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June 8, 1991 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
A federal jury in Columbia, S.C., found James (Tee) Ferguson, a state judge, guilty of one count of conspiracy to violate the Hobbs Act, a federal anti-corruption law, and two counts of violating the act. According to testimony and videotapes shown by the federal government, Ferguson took a $2,000 payment March 29, 1990. He was given another $1,000 on May 9, 1990, by lobbyist Ron Cobb, who was working undercover for the FBI.
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June 8, 1991 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
A federal jury in Columbia, S.C., found James (Tee) Ferguson, a state judge, guilty of one count of conspiracy to violate the Hobbs Act, a federal anti-corruption law, and two counts of violating the act. According to testimony and videotapes shown by the federal government, Ferguson took a $2,000 payment March 29, 1990. He was given another $1,000 on May 9, 1990, by lobbyist Ron Cobb, who was working undercover for the FBI.
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December 10, 2006 | Richard A. Serrano, Times Staff Writer
Ali Saleh Kahlah al-Marri is the last enemy combatant imprisoned in this country. Yet four years after his arrest, government officials still cannot agree on what threat he posed. In a new allegation, former Atty. Gen. John Ashcroft says Al-Marri was sent to the United States a day before the Sept. 11 attacks to plan strikes on West Coast targets, including the tallest building in Los Angeles. Ashcroft's claim -- made in a new book -- is the first time any U.S.
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