Thursday, May 29, 2008

In the News

Amy Shipley, Washington Post, Track Coach Convicted on 1 of 3 Steroid-Related Charges (Balco Related)

International Herald (Bloomberg, AP) - Prosecutors open inquiry into possible spying by Deutsche Telekom (German Prosecutors)

Ha'aretz,  Olmert: Not every person under probe must resign (discussing the investigation involving Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert)

DOJ, Toray Industries to Pay U.S. for Price Fixing on Carbon Fiber Materials ($15.25 Million - civil settlement)

DOJ, FBI Agent Arrested for Attempting to Influence Criminal Case of Man Married to His Mistress

DOJ, Third Defendant Pleads Guilty in China Espionage Case

(esp) (limited posting this week as I am blogging from Firenze, Italy)

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