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July 10, 1996 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
A federal grand jury in New Orleans charged the brother of former U.S. Department of Agriculture Secretary Mike Espy with making false statements to a bank to illegally obtain a $75,000 loan and violating federal election laws. The indictment was related to Henry William Espy Jr.'s failed bid three years ago to fill the congressional seat vacated by Mike Espy when he was named to the Clinton Cabinet. Henry Espy, who was the mayor of Clarksdale, Miss.
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July 10, 1996 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
A federal grand jury in New Orleans charged the brother of former U.S. Department of Agriculture Secretary Mike Espy with making false statements to a bank to illegally obtain a $75,000 loan and violating federal election laws. The indictment was related to Henry William Espy Jr.'s failed bid three years ago to fill the congressional seat vacated by Mike Espy when he was named to the Clinton Cabinet. Henry Espy, who was the mayor of Clarksdale, Miss.
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March 18, 1995 | Times Staff and Wire Reports
Robert Dupre Sentenced to Prison: The former Newport Beach developer was sentenced in federal court in New Orleans to 70 months in prison and fined $500,000 for fraud and conspiracy convictions stemming from a scheme to obtain $85 million in bogus loans from Louisiana's once-largest thrift. U.S. Atty. Eddie J. Jordan said Houston developer W. Harold Sellers was sentenced to more than six years in prison and fined $2 million for his role in the scheme.
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March 18, 1995 | Times Staff and Wire Reports
Robert Dupre Sentenced to Prison: The former Newport Beach developer was sentenced in federal court in New Orleans to 70 months in prison and fined $500,000 for fraud and conspiracy convictions stemming from a scheme to obtain $85 million in bogus loans from Louisiana's once-largest thrift. U.S. Atty. Eddie J. Jordan said Houston developer W. Harold Sellers was sentenced to more than six years in prison and fined $2 million for his role in the scheme.
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