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October 27, 1992 | RONALD J. OSTROW and MARK GLADSTONE, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
The FBI tried to explain Monday how it got stung by its own sting, an operation it mounted against an official in President Bush's campaign based partly on information from a man who has sent reporters on a wild goose chase and whom Soldier of Fortune magazine called: "Scott Barnes: My Favorite Flake." "The FBI investigates alleged violations of federal criminal law, irrespective of any political circumstance," said FBI Director William S.
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October 27, 1992 | RONALD J. OSTROW and MARK GLADSTONE, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
The FBI tried to explain Monday how it got stung by its own sting, an operation it mounted against an official in President Bush's campaign based partly on information from a man who has sent reporters on a wild goose chase and whom Soldier of Fortune magazine called: "Scott Barnes: My Favorite Flake." "The FBI investigates alleged violations of federal criminal law, irrespective of any political circumstance," said FBI Director William S.
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October 26, 1992 | PAUL RICHTER and SARA FRITZ, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Independent presidential candidate Ross Perot accused President Bush's campaign Sunday of plotting to fake a photograph to smear his youngest daughter, of conspiring to disrupt her wedding and of hiring an ex-CIA employee to wiretap his computerized stock trading program and ruin him. Perot said the plotting was the real reason he dropped out of the campaign for 11 weeks. He said he wanted to spare his daughter, Caroline, the pain that such dirty tricks could cause.
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October 26, 1992 | PAUL RICHTER and SARA FRITZ, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Independent presidential candidate Ross Perot accused President Bush's campaign Sunday of plotting to fake a photograph to smear his youngest daughter, of conspiring to disrupt her wedding and of hiring an ex-CIA employee to wiretap his computerized stock trading program and ruin him. Perot said the plotting was the real reason he dropped out of the campaign for 11 weeks. He said he wanted to spare his daughter, Caroline, the pain that such dirty tricks could cause.
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March 21, 2010 | By Alene Dawson, Special to the Los Angeles Times
Redheads hold an iconic place in American pop culture. There's the voluptuous come-hither trappings of Rita Hayworth and cartoon sex bomb Jessica Rabbit; the comedic zaniness of Lucille Ball, Debra Messing, Carrot Top and Conan O'Brien; and the girl-next-door sweetness of '80s film princess Molly Ringwald. There's even a template for the icy redhead a la Marcia Cross and Julianne Moore. For all of these famous folks, it could be said that red hair is part of their brand. Naturally red hair is a rare commodity.
NEWS
March 29, 1997 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
A private investigator who supported Ross Perot in the 1992 presidential campaign says he made up charges that Republicans were trying to smear the Texas billionaire, charges that eventually led Perot to drop out. Scott Barnes told the Dallas Morning News that he and a former producer for the British Broadcasting Corp., David Taylor, convinced Perot that Republicans had photos of one of his daughters in a compromising position.
SPORTS
February 1, 1985 | From Times Wire Services
Junior guard Anthony Jones scored 13 points to lead Nevada Las Vegas to its 15th straight victory, a 70-56 Pacific Coast Athletic Assn. win over San Jose State Thursday night at Las Vegas. The Rebels, ranked 13th by United Press International and 17th by Associated Press, are 16-2overall and 9-0 in PCAA play. Their last loss was to Georgetown, 82-46, on Dec. 8. Nevada Las Vegas started slowly, falling behind, 7-0, in the first four minutes of the game.
SPORTS
January 8, 1985 | From Times Wire Services
Scott Fisher scored 26 points and had 12 rebounds Monday night to lead UC Santa Barbara to an 84-73 Pacific Coast Athletic Assn. victory over Cal State Long Beach at the Long Beach Arena. The Gauchos won despite the fact that they made only 24 field goals to 29 for the 49ers. UCSB hit on 35 of its 46 attempts from the free throw line while Long Beach had only 18 attempts and made 11.
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February 11, 1999 | From Reuters
Two Florida boaters met a real sea monster when their craft was dragged for hours by a powerful creature that turned out to be a giant manta ray, the Coast Guard said Wednesday. Coast Guard Petty Officer Scott Barnes said the agency received a radio distress call from a 16-foot boat that reported it was being dragged by its anchor line by something unknown. The Coast Guard sent a rescue boat to investigate and it found the motorboat being dragged in circles by something beneath the surface.
SPORTS
March 3, 1985
Biola College ended Point Loma's season with a 62-49 victory Saturday night in the semifinals of the NAIA District III Tournament at Occidental College. Biola, seeded No. 1 in the tournamente and No. 7 in the nation, never trailed. Point Loma, which shot 39% from the floor, cut an 18-point Biola lead to 9 with seven minutes left in the game but never could get closer. Biola shot 61% from the floor. Biola's record is 28-3. Point Loma finishes at 23-8.
SPORTS
February 17, 1985
The losses and growing pains continue to mount for the Cal State Long Beach 49ers, who were brushed aside, 66-52, by Fresno State Saturday night despite playing one of their better games of the season. Long Beach, the last-place team in the Pacific Coast Athletic Assn., stayed close to Fresno, which is battling for first place, for about 26 minutes at the Long Beach Arena. With guard Cardell Taylor scoring three baskets in a row, Long Beach cut the lead to 40-39.
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February 22, 1985 | From Times Wire Services
Armon Gilliam scored 21 points, and Anthony Jones added 19 Thursday night to lead Nevada Las Vegas to an 80-67 Pacific Coast Athletic Assn. victory over New Mexico State at Las Vegas. Gilliam and Jones scored the first 17 points of the game for the conference-leading Rebels, who boosted their overall record to 21-3 and PCAA mark to 14-1. The Aggies dropped to 7-17 and 4-11. The Aggies were led by Gilbert Wilburn with 27 points.
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