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(Redlands Daily Facts)   A corruption case that involves a bankrupt southern California city, unethical private eyes, bribed politicos and a rural female hillbilly. Philip Marlowe unavailable for comment   ( divider line
    More: Strange, corruption case, Baldwin County, real estate investor, legal settlements, failures, criminal conspiracy, San Bernardino, city  
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2014-03-30 12:35:00 PM  
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I'm not sure if I understand what happened here. It sounds like someone got caught siphoning a hundred million out of the public coffers. So the dirty defendants are spending millions on crooked lawyers to save them. The crooked lawyers spent thousands on slimy private investigators to get any dirt they can find to intimidate witnesses. The slimy private investigators paid some meth-addled hillbilly a few dozen dollars to do a grey-market identity theft and obtain the witnesses phone and financial records.

And now the person who is facing the longest jail time is meth-addled hillbilly?
2014-03-30 11:51:14 AM  
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So what is 'bribery' in America? Is it when you lobby without some kind of license or permit or something?
2014-03-30 08:18:59 AM  
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