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Jack Abramoff

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  • Payments revealed after Boulis slaying

    First published on Friday, August 10, 2001 In the months surrounding the Feb. 6 murder of millionaire businessman Gus Boulis, SunCruz Casinos made $250,000 in payments to a mysterious Miami Beach company and an associate of former Gambino family crime...
  • Three charged in gangland-style murder of Suncruz founder 'Gus' Boulis

    Three charged in gangland-style murder of  Suncruz founder 'Gus' Boulis
    FORT LAUDERDALE -- Perhaps solving one of South Florida's most notorious crimes, police arrested three men Tuesday in the 2001 ambush slaying of Konstaninos ``Gus'' Boulis -- a murder that happened a few months after Boulis sold a fleet of casino boats to...
  • A timeline in the life and murder of Gus Boulis

    1968: At 19, Konstantinos ``Gus'' Boulis, a native of Greece, jumps ship in Halifax, Nova Scotia, and begins washing dishes at a Mr. Submarine restaurant. Within six months, he is partner. 1971: While in Canada, Boulis meets and marries Efrosino...
  • Key to the House May Be in New Mexico

    First in a series of occasional articles. Heather Wilson made national headlines recently by forcing the Bush administration to brief members of Congress on its domestic wiretapping program. But here at home, the Republican congresswoman defends Bush'...
  • Local Ethics, D.C. Ethics: Both Key to N. Mexico Race

    ALBUQUERQUE -- Third in a series of occasional articles. Patricia Madrid was in her rural ranch house one day last fall, chasing a mouse with a broom, when her telephone rang. It was Democratic Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton of New York, calling...
  • GOP Senator Not Hurt By Ethics Concerns

    Voters in eight states went to the polls in primary elections to set the stage for this fall's midterm elections. With national polls showing deep dissatisfaction with Congress, President Bush and the war in Iraq, Democrats hoped to gather momentum for...
  • Loans cast pall over candidate

    On the way to his March primary victory, Democratic candidate for state treasurer Alexi Giannoulias found himself defending multimillion-dollar loans his family-owned bank made to a Chicago crime figure. While saying there was nothing wrong with the...