SamCorp president, lobbyist expected to plead guilty at new arr...

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A new arraignment hearing has been scheduled for Monday afternoon in McAllen, Texas, for two El Paso businessmen who were indicted in South Texas on bribery charges a year ago, according to federal court ...

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A Plasta

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Jan 5, 2009
 
I'm having trouble with this one. What is wrong with getting someone to help you out in exchange for a gift?
Question is, did the ones receiving welcome and use the gifts?'You scratch my back, I scratch yours'.
corrupt el paso

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Jan 5, 2009
 
What is going to happent to them school officials that benefited from the gifts? They are the ones that should be indicted as well. It takes two to tango...
Jeff

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Jan 6, 2009
 
corrupt el paso wrote:
What is going to happent to them school officials that benefited from the gifts? They are the ones that should be indicted as well. It takes two to tango...
Sis months to One year prison for Sambrano and pay fees.

There are real criminals out there to catch. This is no big deal.This is business.

Otherwise everybody in BIG BUSINESS would be in prison.
Jeff

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Jan 6, 2009
 
He is family
Jeff

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Jan 6, 2009
 
Remember what his family has been to el paso. remember how many jobs he provides. Remember the father in law.He was good people to this community.
Honest Businessman

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Jan 9, 2009
 
A Plasta: What? He took work from an honest businessman. He is a crook. I personally knew his father, and his is turning in his grave. What a shame!
They should all get 10 to 20!
Oh Jeff, everybody else in Big Business who has been caught breaking the law; is in jail dumb ass! What he did for El Paso? Embarous us!
Nancy

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Jan 9, 2009
 
Mr. Spencer,
What if his 25 years of contribution were to other criminals? But then that is between you and your client, right. His trying time was helping criminals put tax payer money in their pockets. Guzman will be judged for his crimes, as it should be.

Good Luck!
Nancy

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Jan 9, 2009
 
Jeff wrote:
Remember what his family has been to el paso. remember how many jobs he provides. Remember the father in law.He was good people to this community.
Jobs for L A W E N F O R C E M E N T.

Criminal community, maybe .
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Jan 9, 2009
 
Go cowboys!

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