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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Richard Stewart
Gov. Martin O'Malley said Thursday that he will relinquish campaign donations given to him by a former adviser convicted of tax evasion.
ANNAPOLIS, Md. -- A member of an advisory committee on legislative redistricting in Maryland has pleaded guilty to failing to pay employment taxes in connection with his ownership of a Maryland company, prompting the executive director of the Maryland Republican Party on Thursday to question the integrity of the state's redistricting process.
Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley said Thursday he was "very surprised" to learn that a member of his redistricting advisory panel was recently convicted of tax evasion, but indicated he would not take additional action.
"We believe it is sort of like a diary," says Richard Stewart, an Owens Valley Paiute tribal elder, as he surveys the canyon with silent pride. "Indians in general like to draw pictures when they tell a story. That's what you see here."
Richard Stewart, who led the government's prosecution of Exxon for the Exxon Valdez incident, told the national oil-spill commission Tuesday that criminal charges and stiff civil penalties likely will drive BP to settle.