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February 11, 1996 | JAMES RISEN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The wires from the polygraph machine had come off, and finally the intense questioning by investigators from the Central Intelligence Agency was over. Robert Cleare, an American spy who had once been on the CIA's career fast track, had just endured a combined total of 19 hours of interrogation by his employer. Yet even as his grilling was completed in the fall of 1993, Cleare's troubles were just beginning.
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October 7, 2010 | By Richard Winton, Los Angeles Times
Two weeks after he and seven other Bell city leaders were arrested in a far-reaching public corruption case, former city administrator Robert Rizzo was cleared to be released from jail Wednesday after a Los Angeles County judge said she was satisfied the assets being posted for his $2-million bail do not come from illegal activity. Rizzo, 56, cracked a slight smile but showed no other emotion as Judge Mary Lou Villar ruled that he could be released. She ordered him to wear an electronic monitoring device and to surrender his passport.
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June 15, 1991 | RANDY HARVEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Gail Devers-Roberts was about to go to the track to prepare for the 100-meter hurdle finals at Downing Stadium Friday when her coach, Bob Kersee, whisked her to a quiet area under a tree in the warm-up area. He asked her to kneel and pray with him. "Lord, we've got 10 more hurdles to overcome," he said as tears welled in their eyes. "It's in your hands now."
NEWS
February 11, 1996 | JAMES RISEN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The wires from the polygraph machine had come off, and finally the intense questioning by investigators from the Central Intelligence Agency was over. Robert Cleare, an American spy who had once been on the CIA's career fast track, had just endured a combined total of 19 hours of interrogation by his employer. Yet even as his grilling was completed in the fall of 1993, Cleare's troubles were just beginning.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 7, 2010 | By Richard Winton, Los Angeles Times
Two weeks after he and seven other Bell city leaders were arrested in a far-reaching public corruption case, former city administrator Robert Rizzo was cleared to be released from jail Wednesday after a Los Angeles County judge said she was satisfied the assets being posted for his $2-million bail do not come from illegal activity. Rizzo, 56, cracked a slight smile but showed no other emotion as Judge Mary Lou Villar ruled that he could be released. She ordered him to wear an electronic monitoring device and to surrender his passport.
SPORTS
June 15, 1991 | RANDY HARVEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Gail Devers-Roberts was about to go to the track to prepare for the 100-meter hurdle finals at Downing Stadium Friday when her coach, Bob Kersee, whisked her to a quiet area under a tree in the warm-up area. He asked her to kneel and pray with him. "Lord, we've got 10 more hurdles to overcome," he said as tears welled in their eyes. "It's in your hands now."
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