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October 5, 1988 | EDWIN CHEN, Times Staff Writer
The breakthrough in the investigation of the 5-year-old murder of theatrical producer Roy A. Radin came when sheriff's investigators located a former supervisor of four men who are charged with the crime, investigators' records show. The supervisor told authorities that at least two of the men, who had worked under him as security guards for sex magazine publisher Larry Flynt, had admitted their involvement in Radin's 1983 murder.
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January 13, 1989
A Florida woman pleaded innocent Thursday to charges she masterminded the 1983 contract murder of New York theatrical producer Roy Radin over financing of the movie "The Cotton Club." Karen De Layne Greenberger, 41, also pleaded innocent at her arraignment in Municipal Court in Los Angeles to special circumstance allegations that would qualify her for a possible death sentence if convicted. Judge David Milton ordered Greenberger to remain in custody without bail pending a bail review Jan. 20.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 13, 1989
A Florida woman pleaded innocent Thursday to charges she masterminded the 1983 contract murder of New York theatrical producer Roy Radin over financing of the movie "The Cotton Club." Karen De Layne Greenberger, 41, also pleaded innocent at her arraignment in Municipal Court in Los Angeles to special circumstance allegations that would qualify her for a possible death sentence if convicted. Judge David Milton ordered Greenberger to remain in custody without bail pending a bail review Jan. 20.
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January 8, 1989 | From Associated Press
The woman accused of directing the murder-for-hire of New York theatrical producer Roy Radin was booked for investigation of murder after her extradition to Los Angeles from Florida, authorities said Saturday. Karen De Layne Greenberger, 41, known as "Lanie," arrived Friday from Florida, where she was arrested in early October for allegedly commissioning Radin's death in 1983, Sheriff's Deputy Detta Roberts said.
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January 8, 1989 | From Associated Press
The woman accused of directing the murder-for-hire of New York theatrical producer Roy Radin was booked for investigation of murder after her extradition to Los Angeles from Florida, authorities said Saturday. Karen De Layne Greenberger, 41, known as "Lanie," arrived Friday from Florida, where she was arrested in early October for allegedly commissioning Radin's death in 1983, Sheriff's Deputy Detta Roberts said.
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July 21, 1991 | DOUGLAS FRANTZ and ROBERT L. JACKSON, Douglas Frantz and Robert L. Jackson, reporters in The Times' Washington bureau, have been providing ongoing coverage of the Noriega case.
The crowded courtroom fell silent. * A white-haired judge, straight out of central casting, peered down thoughtfully from his lofty perch. The man before him was short and stood very erect, no expression on that famous pockmarked face. He wore a khaki uniform with four stars on each shoulder and spoke Spanish in urgent, even tones. * "When I was brought to the United States, I mistakenly believed that I would be able to receive a fair trial," Manuel Noriega began.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 5, 1988 | EDWIN CHEN, Times Staff Writer
The breakthrough in the investigation of the 5-year-old murder of theatrical producer Roy A. Radin came when sheriff's investigators located a former supervisor of four men who are charged with the crime, investigators' records show. The supervisor told authorities that at least two of the men, who had worked under him as security guards for sex magazine publisher Larry Flynt, had admitted their involvement in Radin's 1983 murder.
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