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Ex-D.C. Mayor Marion Barry Trying to Stay Out of Prison: Says He’ll Pay Some of His Taxes

Ex-D.C. Mayor Marion Barry

Ex-D.C. Mayor Marion Barry

This guy has tangled with the law endless times, often testing his luck. Can he stay out of prison? Federal prosecutors say enough is enough. He should serve some time for his latest shenanigans.  But don’t bet on the mayor running out of luck.

By Hamil R. Harris and Del Quentin Wilber
Washington Post Staff Writers
WASHINGTON — D.C. Council member Marion Barry said yesterday that two-thirds of his $277,000 federal tax debt consists of interest and penalties and that he plans to make a payment on his 2007 D.C. tax bill Monday.

The former mayor said in a telephone interview that he took responsibility for his behavior but that federal prosecutors are being unfair in asking a judge to revoke his probation for tax offenses.

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