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Illegal aliens are proud and loud now with their demands
Topic - Matthew Taylor
Jackson State has asked the Mississippi attorney general to help it explore legal action against Grambling State and perhaps the Southwestern Athletic Conference to recover as much as $600,000 lost when Grambling's football team refused to travel to Jackson State's homecoming game.
A Florida man has pleaded not guilty to defrauding a Los Angeles art collector out of more than $2 million by selling him forgeries of the work of Claude Monet, Vincent van Gogh and Jackson Pollock.
He admitted his wrongdoing to Goldman within 36 hours, but escaped criminal charges until this year.
JSU interim counsel Matthew Taylor said he had sent Deputy Attorney General Onetta S. Whitley a copy of the contract soon after the forfeit.