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February 12, 2006 | T.J. Simers
What were the odds? When the news broke about a gambling ring in the NHL, true story, the league's general managers were all in meetings at the Lake Las Vegas Resort just outside Sin City. The resort, which features "two elegant casinos," does not, however, include a sports book, which from what we know now about the NHL, would not have been considered an inconvenience. * I WENT to a hockey game Saturday, and I wouldn't be surprised to learn Janet Jones was betting against it.
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February 12, 2006 | T.J. Simers
What were the odds? When the news broke about a gambling ring in the NHL, true story, the league's general managers were all in meetings at the Lake Las Vegas Resort just outside Sin City. The resort, which features "two elegant casinos," does not, however, include a sports book, which from what we know now about the NHL, would not have been considered an inconvenience. * I WENT to a hockey game Saturday, and I wouldn't be surprised to learn Janet Jones was betting against it.
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December 21, 1997 | MARK GLADSTONE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
They walk together down the street. They enter the courtroom together. When the judge asks a question, the three seasoned federal prosecutors simultaneously crane their necks to put their heads together. Attorneys prosecuting alleged Unabomber Theodore Kaczynski say their interaction, both publicly and privately, reflects a real collaboration. "It is very much a team here, a team effort," said Robert J.
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December 21, 1997 | MARK GLADSTONE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
They walk together down the street. They enter the courtroom together. When the judge asks a question, the three seasoned federal prosecutors simultaneously crane their necks to put their heads together. Attorneys prosecuting alleged Unabomber Theodore Kaczynski say their interaction, both publicly and privately, reflects a real collaboration. "It is very much a team here, a team effort," said Robert J.
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October 25, 1997 | From Associated Press
Unabomber defendant Theodore J. Kaczynski has refused to submit to a court-ordered psychiatric examination, federal authorities said Friday. Kaczynski, 55, was scheduled to begin seven days of tests Saturday at the federal prison in Dublin. But Kaczynski's defense team said Friday in a conference call with U.S. District Judge Garland Burrell Jr. that Kaczynski refused to submit to the tests, which had been sought by prosecutors. Lead prosecutor Robert Cleary urged Burrell on Sept.
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October 22, 1997 | From Associated Press
Lawyers for Unabomber defendant Theodore Kaczynski said Tuesday that their medical specialists will include an expert in child psychiatry and a neuropsychologist familiar with brain disorders. The defense team suggested that it would examine Kaczynski's childhood experiences and his relationship with his family. The defense indicated earlier that Kaczynski may suffer from paranoid schizophrenia.
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March 10, 2001 | From Times Wire Reports
A man pleaded guilty to offering a $1.5-million bounty over the Internet to anyone who killed an abortion provider. Nicholas Morency, 30, also pleaded guilty in a Camden courtroom to possessing child pornography. He faces up to six years in prison and $350,00 in fines. "There was no evidence he had the financial wherewithal to pay the bounty," U.S. Atty. Robert J. Cleary said. "But the crime is a serious one."
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October 23, 1997 | Associated Press
Siding with prosecutors, a federal appeals court ruled Wednesday that government psychiatrists have the right to examine Unabomber defendant Theodore Kaczynski. The U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals dismissed without comment an appeal by Kaczynski's lawyers, who contended that the prosecution's proposed psychiatric testing violated the defendant's constitutional protections against self-incrimination.
SPORTS
August 23, 2004 | Lonnie White, Times Staff Writer
With UCLA's opener less than two weeks away, the Bruins' deepest and strongest position is running back. That was evident in Saturday's scrimmage when the Bruins' top two backs, Maurice Drew and Manuel White, were used sparingly. Although UCLA's offensive line had a few breakdowns with weak-side blocking, the Bruins effectively ran the ball with Derrick Williams and Chris Markey.
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October 18, 1997 | From Associated Press
Psychiatric testing of Unabomber defendant Theodore Kaczynski is set to begin Oct. 25 in a prison cell with a one-way mirror, but probably without videotaping, a federal judge said Friday. But U.S. District Judge Garland Burrell Jr. left unresolved a number of issues related to the mental tests, including the number of doctors and the length of the exams. He said he will rule on those by Wednesday.
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October 20, 2005 | Lonnie White, Times Staff Writer
Senior Robert Cleary was listed as the starting weakside guard on UCLA's depth chart heading into the season, but by the first game he was a backup to sophomore Chris Joseph. It was a tough blow for a player who had hopes of finishing his college career on a strong note. But instead of sulking, Cleary worked harder than ever and when Joseph suffered a season-ending knee injury against California, he stepped right in.
BUSINESS
February 23, 2008 | From Bloomberg News
Two former Marsh & McLennan Cos. executives were found guilty of restraint of trade and acquitted of 20 other charges Friday after the first bid-rigging trial in a New York probe of anti-competitive insurance sales practices. William Gilman and Edward McNenney were the first of seven former executives at the world's largest insurance brokerage to face trial for fraud in the investigation.
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