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August 19, 2008 | Andrew Blankstein
The estranged husband of a woman stabbed to death in a Century City parking garage pleaded not guilty Monday to a federal charge of operating an unlicensed money transmitting business. James Michael Fayed, 45, was ordered back to court Sept. 15 for a status conference, and his trial is set to begin Sept. 30. His wife, Pamela, 44, was killed July 28. Although Fayed has not been charged in the slaying, prosecutors have said in court documents that he is "the primary suspect."
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June 1, 2011 | By Jack Leonard, Los Angeles Times
The wealthy gold trader sat in a Los Angeles jail — a prime suspect in the recent killing of his wife — and opened up to his cellmate. James Fayed recounted paying one of his employees to organize his wife's slaying. He angrily explained how he had arranged several opportunities for the killers to strike but said they blundered by carrying out the fatal stabbing in a well-lighted Century City parking garage and using a family vehicle as their getaway car. Worried about being caught, Fayed plotted with the cellmate to kill his accomplices to "clean up the…mess.
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July 30, 2008 | Catherine Saillant and Steve Chawkins, Times Staff Writers
Before she was fatally stabbed in a Century City parking garage, Pamela Fayed was preparing to embark on the next chapter of a life that in many ways had been very good to her. With her husband, James Fayed, she owned a Camarillo-based precious-metals business called Goldfinger Coin and Bullion Sales and an associated Internet firm, e-Bullion. The couple owned a ranch house in a remote canyon near Moorpark and a two-story home in the Camarillo foothills.
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August 5, 2008 | Scott Glover, Times Staff Writer
Federal prosecutors for the first time have publicly linked the recent slaying of a woman in a Century City parking garage to her estranged husband, revealing in court Monday that the SUV allegedly used by the killer had been rented using the husband's credit card. The credit card was seized from the wallet of James Fayed during a recent search of his Moorpark ranch house, said Assistant U.S. Atty. Mark Aveis.
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August 7, 2008 | Scott Glover, Times Staff Writer
A man deemed the "primary suspect" in the stabbing death of his estranged wife in the parking garage of a Century City high-rise was ordered held without bail Wednesday as he awaits trial on a federal charge stemming from the gold trading business he ran with his wife. U.S. District Judge Otis D.
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