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Stevens Forgot To Report Sled Dog, Feds Say

  The feds say Sen. Stevens forgot to report a sled dog and massage chair, just to name a few items. Trial is set for later this month.

By Richard Mauer
Sen. Stevens

Sen. Stevens

Anchorage Daily News
Federal prosecutors revealed more evidence Monday in their case against U.S. Sen. Ted Stevens, detailing a new round of gifts that he allegedly failed to disclose between 2001 and 2003.
In a filing in U.S. District Court in Washington, D.C., the government listed the items as a $1,000 sled dog, a $3,200 stained-glass window and a $2,695 massage chair. They are in addition to the $250,000-plus in labor and materials allegedly provided by the oil-field service company Veco Corp. when it renovated and furnished Stevens’ Girdwood home starting in 2000.
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