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Steven’s Atty Goes After Key Government Witness

The prosecution and defense in the Sen. Ted Stevens trial continued to slug it out Tuesday. Meanwhile, the judge has set a hearing later today to address a defense motion to dismiss the charges based on allegations of  government misconduct. The government has called the allegations baseless.

Sen. Stevens/official photo

Sen. Stevens/official photo

Neil A. Lewis
New York Times
WASHINGTON – Senator Ted Stevens’s defense lawyer bore in on the prosecution’s chief witness on Tuesday, portraying him to a jury as someone who betrayed a longtime friend to protect his fortune.
Brendan Sullivan, the defense lawyer, suggested in his brisk questioning of Bill Allen, an Alaska oil services tycoon, that Mr. Allen had agreed to cooperate with prosecutors for an explicit promise by the government not to interfere with a pending sale of his company, Veco, for $380 million.
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