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June 5, 1988 | RONALD L. SOBLE, Times Staff Writer
A veteran Los Angeles police detective has been suspended for a month by Chief Daryl F. Gates and a second officer has taken early retirement after it was alleged that they compromised a federal investigation into labor racketeering in the entertainment industry, The Times has learned. The suspension, ordered Thursday afternoon against Detective Louis W. Graham, 45, came after a four-month investigation by the Los Angeles Police Department's Internal Affairs unit.
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June 5, 1988 | RONALD L. SOBLE, Times Staff Writer
A veteran Los Angeles police detective has been suspended for a month by Chief Daryl F. Gates and a second officer has taken early retirement after it was alleged that they compromised a federal investigation into labor racketeering in the entertainment industry, The Times has learned. The suspension, ordered Thursday afternoon against Detective Louis W. Graham, 45, came after a four-month investigation by the Los Angeles Police Department's Internal Affairs unit.
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March 19, 1989 | WILLIAM K. KNOEDELSEDER JR and KIM MURPHY and RONALD L. SOBLE, This story was reported by Times staff writers William K. Knoedelseder Jr., Kim Murphy and Ronald L. Soble
Meyer Lansky--the underworld financial genius who parlayed six decades of loan sharking, gambling, prostitution and murder into a $300-million fortune--had acquired the status of a living legend when he was deported from his retirement refuge in Israel in 1972 and returned, a haggard and tired man, to face arrest in Miami. "That's life," the 68-year-old gangster told reporters at the time. "At my age, it's too late to worry. What will be will be."
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