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May 21, 1992 | JOHN JOHNSON
Two California adult video companies that are no longer in business have been fined $5,000 each for shipping four films into Oklahoma. Cal Vista Direct and Cal Vista Video, both of Van Nuys, could have been fined $2 million. The companies earlier agreed to forfeit $100,000 and to cease operations. Senior U. S. District Judge H. Dale Cook said four charges against the companies' officers would be dismissed within 18 months under a deferred prosecution agreement reached earlier this year.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 21, 1992 | JOHN JOHNSON
Two California adult video companies that are no longer in business have been fined $5,000 each for shipping four films into Oklahoma. Cal Vista Direct and Cal Vista Video, both of Van Nuys, could have been fined $2 million. The companies earlier agreed to forfeit $100,000 and to cease operations. Senior U. S. District Judge H. Dale Cook said four charges against the companies' officers would be dismissed within 18 months under a deferred prosecution agreement reached earlier this year.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 5, 1990 | MICHAEL CONNELLY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A federal grand jury in Tulsa has indicted a Van Nuys company that distributes sex films and two of its top officers on charges of interstate transportation of obscene material to Broken Arrow, Okla., federal authorities said Thursday. Cal Vista Ltd., its president, Sidney Niekirk, and vice president, Jack Gallagher, were indicted on charges of selling and mailing obscene videotapes with titles such as "Sorority Pink" and "Backdoor Lust" that explicitly depict obscene sex acts, the U.S.
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