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September 11, 2004 | Eric Malnic, Times Staff Writer
Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger and a former Hollywood stuntwoman who had accused him of sexual harassment have reached a settlement, the governor's lawyers said. Under the agreement, Rhonda Miller will not appeal a judge's dismissal of her libel suit against the governor, and Schwarzenegger will forgo collecting legal fees from Miller, said attorneys Marty Singer and Linda Goldman. The dispute became public Oct. 6, the day before Schwarzenegger was elected governor.
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September 11, 2004 | Eric Malnic, Times Staff Writer
Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger and a former Hollywood stuntwoman who had accused him of sexual harassment have reached a settlement, the governor's lawyers said. Under the agreement, Rhonda Miller will not appeal a judge's dismissal of her libel suit against the governor, and Schwarzenegger will forgo collecting legal fees from Miller, said attorneys Marty Singer and Linda Goldman. The dispute became public Oct. 6, the day before Schwarzenegger was elected governor.
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July 3, 2004 | Greg Krikorian, Times Staff Writer
A Los Angeles judge late Friday dismissed a libel suit brought against Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger and his campaign by a former stuntwoman who leveled election eve charges last fall that he had twice assaulted her. In an 11-page opinion, Superior Court Judge Robert L. Hess ruled that Rhonda Miller's decision to hold a news conference to level her accusations put her in the role of a limited public figure.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 3, 2004 | Greg Krikorian, Times Staff Writer
A Los Angeles judge late Friday dismissed a libel suit brought against Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger and his campaign by a former stuntwoman who leveled election eve charges last fall that he had twice assaulted her. In an 11-page opinion, Superior Court Judge Robert L. Hess ruled that Rhonda Miller's decision to hold a news conference to level her accusations put her in the role of a limited public figure.
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May 5, 2004 | Greg Krikorian, Times Staff Writer
Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger and his campaign were so intent on winning last fall's recall election that they were prepared to "destroy" the reputation of a woman who accused Schwarzenegger of sexual assault, her lawyer told a Los Angeles judge Tuesday.
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December 14, 2003 | Steve Lopez
Victory in hand, Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger still has a problem, and I don't just mean budget cuts. I'm talking about what can be called a Paula Jones situation. You could see the lawsuit against him coming from a mile away, and last week it landed in Los Angeles County Superior Court with a thud that rattled all the way to the governor's office in Sacramento. The story begins Oct.
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March 23, 2004 | Greg Krikorian, Times Staff Writer
A judge ruled Monday that Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger and a campaign aide could be questioned under oath about why the staffer had sent an e-mail suggesting reporters check the criminal background of a woman who accused Schwarzenegger last fall of sexual assault. Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Robert L.
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April 16, 2004 | Greg Krikorian, Times Staff Writer
Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger's campaign had no evidence a woman accusing him of sexual assault had a criminal record before it sent out an e-mail suggesting that reporters look into her background, according to court documents obtained Thursday. Records filed in Rhonda Miller's libel suit against the governor and others also revealed that the campaign had sent out an earlier e-mail that also suggested the 53-year-old stuntwoman had a criminal record.
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February 25, 1995 | LESLIE BERGER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In the continuing courtroom drama surrounding an alleged powerful Pacoima-based drug ring, a witness told jurors Friday that she had been bribed and intimidated in an apparent effort to keep her from implicating members of the so-called Bryant Family in a 1982 slaying.
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August 6, 1985
A Canoga Park man died Sunday when he and a passenger were thrown from the car he was driving swerved off the Golden State Freeway in Glendale and tumbled down an embankment, the California Highway Patrol said. Officer Robert Vargas said Jeffrey Ireland, 36, was killed in the 4:15 p.m. accident, which occurred by the Branford Street on-ramp.
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May 5, 2004 | Greg Krikorian, Times Staff Writer
Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger and his campaign were so intent on winning last fall's recall election that they were prepared to "destroy" the reputation of a woman who accused Schwarzenegger of sexual assault, her lawyer told a Los Angeles judge Tuesday.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 16, 2004 | Greg Krikorian, Times Staff Writer
Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger's campaign had no evidence a woman accusing him of sexual assault had a criminal record before it sent out an e-mail suggesting that reporters look into her background, according to court documents obtained Thursday. Records filed in Rhonda Miller's libel suit against the governor and others also revealed that the campaign had sent out an earlier e-mail that also suggested the 53-year-old stuntwoman had a criminal record.
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March 23, 2004 | Greg Krikorian, Times Staff Writer
A judge ruled Monday that Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger and a campaign aide could be questioned under oath about why the staffer had sent an e-mail suggesting reporters check the criminal background of a woman who accused Schwarzenegger last fall of sexual assault. Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Robert L.
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December 14, 2003 | Steve Lopez
Victory in hand, Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger still has a problem, and I don't just mean budget cuts. I'm talking about what can be called a Paula Jones situation. You could see the lawsuit against him coming from a mile away, and last week it landed in Los Angeles County Superior Court with a thud that rattled all the way to the governor's office in Sacramento. The story begins Oct.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 25, 1995 | LESLIE BERGER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In the continuing courtroom drama surrounding an alleged powerful Pacoima-based drug ring, a witness told jurors Friday that she had been bribed and intimidated in an apparent effort to keep her from implicating members of the so-called Bryant Family in a 1982 slaying.
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December 29, 2003 | Patt Morrison, Times Staff Writer
Even political junkies can have themselves a merchant little Christmas. The playing cards shown here are from the Politicards 2004 series deck. The Republicans are black suits; the Democrats and independents, red suits. There's a joker in each color: Rush Limbaugh and Michael Moore. The pack of caricature cards by a Glendale company comes with a small pamphlet listing each pol's website and instructions on how to register to vote, but offers no advice on drawing to a Dick Cheney-high inside straight.
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August 4, 1998
* What kind of fish likes bubble gum? A blowfish. (Michelle Parks, 5, Burbank, St. Robert Bellarmine Elementary) * What do you call a monkey that eats potato chips? A chip monk. (Jason Luong, 11, L.A., St. Thomas Aquinas) * "If TV is so bad for us, then why is there one in everyone's hospital room?" (Joel Smith, 10, L.A., Loren Miller Elementary) * What do you get when you cross a banana muffin with a crazy monkey? A banana nut case! (Sue Taylor, 7, L.A.
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