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Topic - Amy J. St. Eve
Federal agents yesterday arrested former Barack Obama political fundraiser Antoin "Tony" Rezko after his $2 million bond was revoked — a week after Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton called him a "slumlord" during a slugfest Democratic presidential debate.
CHICAGO (AP) — A federal prosecutor accused media mogul Conrad Black and three former Hollinger International newspaper executives yesterday of systematically stealing $60 million from the company and creating an elaborate but bogus paper trail to hide the theft from shareholders.
Judge St. Eve said she also was concerned about the transfer of $3.5 million to Mr. Rezko from a company in Lebanon after he said he had no income.