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Tag Archives: tampering

Jack and Leslie Johnson phone calls released by FBI (access required)

The FBI has released audio excerpts from phone conversations between former Prince George’s County Executive Jack Johnson and his wife, Leslie Johnson. Have you forgotten about the Johnsons already? Perhaps these partial transcripts will “refresh your recollection” as to why ...

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Top 5: ‘We have all sinned’ (access required)

A former public official pleads guilty, a University of Maryland student indicted for making fake IDs, and the family of a breast cancer victim is awarded $3.8 million by a city jury. Those stories and more in this week’s legal ...

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PG Council member won’t oppose seating Johnson

UPPER MARLBORO — An incoming member of the Prince George’s County Council is indicating she won’t oppose the seating of newly elected member Leslie Johnson, who faces federal charges in a corruption probe. Democrat Karen Toles issued a statement Tuesday ...

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At least 46 Prince George’s County officers accused of misconduct

UPPER MARLBORO — Three Prince George’s County police officers who have been arrested as part of a federal investigation into corruption in the county represent only a fraction of county police officers accused of misconduct in other cases. That’s according ...

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Top 5: Crystal balling the Md. state prosecutor pick (access required)

The reverberations from Jack Johnson’s witness- and evidence-tampering charges continued to be felt this week, both in Maryland and in the ranking of the top 5 most-read law stories at The Daily Record’s website. And in some good news, congrats ...

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Fraser Smith: The good, the bad and P.G. County (access required)

Reverberations from Bra-Gate. Some troubling, others quite reassuring. The downside first. Prince George’s County Executive Jack B. Johnson famously urged his wife by tapped telephone to hide more than $79,000 — in cash — in her underwear. Federal authorities were ...

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Prince George’s Co. police officer to be detained until trial

GREENBELT — One of the three Prince George’s County police officers arrested this week in an FBI corruption probe will remain in detention until his trial in U.S. District Court in Greenbelt. U.S. Magistrate Judge Charles B. Day said Wednesday ...

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