October 2007
Hill;10/2/2007, Vol. 14 Issue 114, p3
The article reports on the testimony of former Representative Randy Cunningham against businessman Brent Wilkes in the U.S. Cunningham will be considered as one of the potential prosecution witness who will provide the most powerful testimony in the trial memorandum filed by federal prosecutors. Wilkes is accused of bribing Cunningham together with his co-conspirator John Michael.


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