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RADLER-SENTENCE/
RTX4TVD
December 17, 2007
David Radler leaves the Dirksen Federal Courthouse in Chicago after his sentencing hearing in Chicago...
Chicago, UNITED STATES
David Radler leaves the Dirksen Federal Courthouse in Chicago
David Radler leaves the Dirksen Federal Courthouse in Chicago after his sentencing hearing in Chicago December 17, 2007. A U.S. judge on Monday gave a 29-month prison sentence to Radler, one-time president of media giant Hollinger International Inc, whose trial testimony helped convict former press baron Conrad Black. REUTERS/John Gress (UNITED STATES)
RADLER/SENTENCE
RTX4TT6
December 17, 2007
David Radler leaves the Dirksen Federal Courthouse in Chicago after his sentencing hearing in Chicago,...
Chicago, UNITED STATES
David Radler leaves the Dirksen Federal Courthouse in Chicago after his sentencing hearing in Chicago...
David Radler leaves the Dirksen Federal Courthouse in Chicago after his sentencing hearing in Chicago, December 17, 2007. A U.S. judge on Monday gave a 29-month prison sentence to Radler, one-time president of media giant Hollinger International Inc, whose trial testimony helped convict former press baron Conrad Black. REUTERS/John Gress (UNITED STATES)
RADLER/SENTENCE
RTX4TSY
December 17, 2007
David Radler leaves the Dirksen Federal Courthouse in Chicago after his sentencing hearing in Chicago...
Chicago, UNITED STATES
David Radler leaves the Dirksen Federal Courthouse in Chicago
David Radler leaves the Dirksen Federal Courthouse in Chicago after his sentencing hearing in Chicago December 17, 2007. A U.S. judge on Monday gave a 29-month prison sentence to Radler, one-time president of media giant Hollinger International Inc, whose trial testimony helped convict former press baron Conrad Black. REUTERS/John Gress (UNITED STATES)
RADLER/SENTENCE
RTX4TSX
December 17, 2007
David Radler leaves the Dirksen Federal Courthouse in Chicago after his sentencing hearing in Chicago...
Chicago, UNITED STATES
David Radler leaves the Dirksen Federal Courthouse in Chicago
David Radler leaves the Dirksen Federal Courthouse in Chicago after his sentencing hearing in Chicago December 17, 2007. A U.S. judge on Monday gave a 29-month prison sentence to Radler, one-time president of media giant Hollinger International Inc, whose trial testimony helped convict former press baron Conrad Black. REUTERS/John Gress (UNITED STATES)
RADLER/SENTENCE
RTX4TSO
December 17, 2007
David Radler leaves the Dirksen Federal Courthouse in Chicago after his sentencing hearing in Chicago...
Chicago, UNITED STATES
David Radler leaves the Dirksen Federal Courthouse in Chicago
David Radler leaves the Dirksen Federal Courthouse in Chicago after his sentencing hearing in Chicago December 17, 2007. A U.S. judge on Monday gave a 29-month prison sentence to Radler, one-time president of media giant Hollinger International Inc, whose trial testimony helped convict former press baron Conrad Black. REUTERS/John Gress (UNITED STATES)
RADLER/SENTENCE
RTX4TSK
December 17, 2007
David Radler leaves the Dirksen Federal Courthouse in Chicago after his sentencing hearing in Chicago...
Chicago, UNITED STATES
David Radler leaves the Dirksen Federal Courthouse in Chicago
David Radler leaves the Dirksen Federal Courthouse in Chicago after his sentencing hearing in Chicago December 17, 2007. A U.S. judge on Monday gave a 29-month prison sentence to Radler, one-time president of media giant Hollinger International Inc, whose trial testimony helped convict former press baron Conrad Black. REUTERS/John Gress (UNITED STATES)
BLACK/SENTENCE
RTX4TPP
December 17, 2007
David Radler arrives at the Dirksen Federal Courthouse for his sentencing hearing in Chicago December...
Chicago, UNITED STATES
David Radler arrives at the Dirksen Federal Courthouse in Chicago
David Radler arrives at the Dirksen Federal Courthouse for his sentencing hearing in Chicago December 17, 2007. REUTERS/John Gress (UNITED STATES)
USA/
RTX4TPL
December 17, 2007
David Radler arrives at the Dirksen Federal Courthouse for his sentencing hearing in Chicago December...
Chicago, UNITED STATES
David Radler arrives at the Dirksen Federal Courthouse in Chicago
David Radler arrives at the Dirksen Federal Courthouse for his sentencing hearing in Chicago December 17, 2007. REUTERS/John Gress (UNITED STATES)
BLACK/SENTENCE
RTX4TPF
December 17, 2007
David Radler arrives at the Dirksen Federal Courthouse for his sentencing hearing in Chicago December...
Chicago, UNITED STATES
David Radler arrives at the Dirksen Federal Courthouse in Chicago
David Radler arrives at the Dirksen Federal Courthouse for his sentencing hearing in Chicago December 17, 2007. REUTERS/John Gress (UNITED STATES)
BLACK-TRIAL/
RTR1PT4K
May 17, 2007

Former Chicago Alderman Edward Vrdolyak enters the Dirksen Federal courthouse in Chicago May 17, 2007....
Chicago, UNITED STATES
David Radler arrives at the Dirksen Federal

Former Chicago Alderman Edward Vrdolyak enters the Dirksen Federal courthouse in Chicago May 17, 2007. Vardolyak pleaded not guilty to federal fraud and bribery charges in a plot to split $1.5 million in kickbacks from the sale of a medical school building. REUTERS/Stephen J. Carrera (UNITED STATES)
BLACK-TRIAL/
RTR1PT4J
May 17, 2007

Former Chicago Alderman Edward Vrdolyak (back) enters the Dirksen Federal courthouse in Chicago May...
Chicago, UNITED STATES
David Radler arrives at the Dirksen Federal

Former Chicago Alderman Edward Vrdolyak (back) enters the Dirksen Federal courthouse in Chicago May 17, 2007. Vardolyak pleaded not guilty to federal fraud and bribery charges in a plot to split $1.5 million in kickbacks from the sale of a medical school building. REUTERS/Stephen J. Carrera (UNITED STATES)
BLACK-TRIAL/
RTR1PSXD
May 17, 2007
Former publisher of the Chicago Sun-Times David Radler leaves the Dirksen Federal Building after testimony...
Chicago, UNITED STATES
Radler talks on the phone as he walks out of federal court in Chicago
Former publisher of the Chicago Sun-Times David Radler leaves the Dirksen Federal Building after testimony in the Federal corruption trial of former Hollinger International Chairman Conrad Black in Chicago, Illinois, May 17, 2007. REUTERS/Frank Polich (UNITED STATES)
BLACK-TRIAL/
RTR1PSX5
May 17, 2007
Former publisher of the Chicago Sun-Times David Radler talks on his cell phone as he leaves the Dirksen...
Chicago, UNITED STATES
Radler walks out of federal court in Chicago
Former publisher of the Chicago Sun-Times David Radler talks on his cell phone as he leaves the Dirksen Federal Building after testimony in the Federal corruption trial of former Hollinger International Chairman Conrad Black in Chicago, Illinois, May 17, 2007. REUTERS/Frank Polich (UNITED STATES)
BLACK-TRIAL/
RTR1PSHE
May 17, 2007
David Radler, the former publisher of the Chicago Sun-Times and former chief operating officer of Hollinger...
Chicago, multiple countries
David Radler, the former publisher of the Chicago Sun-Times and former chief operating officer of Hollinger...
David Radler, the former publisher of the Chicago Sun-Times and former chief operating officer of Hollinger International, enters the Dirksen Federal courthouse in Chicago, Illinois, May 17, 2007. Radler, who has pleaded guilty to fraud and is here to testifying against his former business partner, Conrad Black. REUTERS/Stephen J. Carrera (UNITED STATES)
BLACK-TRIAL/
RTR1PRRE
May 16, 2007
David Radler, the former publisher of the Chicago Sun-Times and former chief operating officer of Hollinger...
Chicago, UNITED STATES
David Radler leaves the Dirksen Federal courthouse in Chicago
David Radler, the former publisher of the Chicago Sun-Times and former chief operating officer of Hollinger International, leaves the Dirksen Federal courthouse in Chicago, Illinois, May 16, 2007. Radler, who has pleaded guilty to fraud and accepted a jail sentence in exchange for testifying against Conrad Black, his partner of 30 years, was questioned on non-compete payments that are central to the case. Black, a 62-year-old Canadian-born member of Britain's House of Lords, is charged with racketeering, fraud, money laundering and obstruction of justice. If convicted, he faces up to 101 years in prison, millions in fines and $92 million in forfeitures. REUTERS/John Gress (UNITED STATES)
BLACK-TRIAL/
RTR1PRRD
May 16, 2007
David Radler, the former publisher of the Chicago Sun-Times and former chief operating officer of Hollinger...
Chicago, UNITED STATES
David Radler leaves the Dirksen Federal courthouse in Chicago
David Radler, the former publisher of the Chicago Sun-Times and former chief operating officer of Hollinger International, leaves the Dirksen Federal courthouse in Chicago, Illinois, May 16, 2007. Radler, who has pleaded guilty to fraud and accepted a jail sentence in exchange for testifying against Conrad Black, his partner of 30 years, was questioned on non-compete payments that are central to the case. Black, a 62-year-old Canadian-born member of Britain's House of Lords, is charged with racketeering, fraud, money laundering and obstruction of justice. If convicted, he faces up to 101 years in prison, millions in fines and $92 million in forfeitures. REUTERS/John Gress (UNITED STATES)
BLACK-TRIAL/
RTR1PR1G
May 16, 2007
David Radler, the former publisher of the Chicago Sun-Times and former chief operating officer of Hollinger...
Chicago, UNITED STATES
David Radler arrives at the Dirksen Federal courthouse in Chicago
David Radler, the former publisher of the Chicago Sun-Times and former chief operating officer of Hollinger International, enters the Dirksen Federal courthouse in Chicago, Illinois, May 16, 2007. Radler, who has pleaded guilty to fraud and accepted a jail sentence in exchange for testifying against Conrad Black, his partner of 30 years, was questioned on non-compete payments that are central to the case. Black, a 62-year-old Canadian-born member of Britain's House of Lords, is charged with racketeering, fraud, money laundering and obstruction of justice. If convicted, he faces up to 101 years in prison, millions in fines and $92 million in forfeitures. REUTERS/John Gress (UNITED STATES)
BLACK-TRIAL/
RTR1PR1A
May 16, 2007
David Radler, the former publisher of the Chicago Sun-Times and former chief operating officer of Hollinger...
Chicago, UNITED STATES
David Radler arrives at the Dirksen Federal courthouse in Chicago
David Radler, the former publisher of the Chicago Sun-Times and former chief operating officer of Hollinger International, enters the Dirksen Federal courthouse in Chicago, Illinois, May 16, 2007. Radler, who has pleaded guilty to fraud and accepted a jail sentence in exchange for testifying against Conrad Black, his partner of 30 years, was questioned on non-compete payments that are central to the case. Black, a 62-year-old Canadian-born member of Britain's House of Lords, is charged with racketeering, fraud, money laundering and obstruction of justice. If convicted, he faces up to 101 years in prison, millions in fines and $92 million in forfeitures. REUTERS/John Gress (UNITED STATES)
BLACK-TRIAL/
RTR1PQ3D
May 15, 2007
David Radler (R), the former publisher of the Chicago Sun-Times and former chief operating officer of...
Chicago, UNITED STATES
David Radler waits for a cab as he leaves the Dirksen Federal courthouse with unnamed women, in Chicago...
David Radler (R), the former publisher of the Chicago Sun-Times and former chief operating officer of Hollinger International, waits for a cab as he leaves the Dirksen Federal courthouse with unnamed women, in Chicago May 15, 2007. Radler, who has pleaded guilty to fraud, is here to testify against his former business partner, Conrad Black. REUTERS/Stephen J. Carrera (UNITED STATES)
BLACK-TRIAL/
RTR1PQ3C
May 15, 2007
David Radler, the former publisher of the Chicago Sun-Times and former chief operating officer of Hollinger...
Chicago, UNITED STATES
David Radler leaves the Dirksen Federal Courthouse
David Radler, the former publisher of the Chicago Sun-Times and former chief operating officer of Hollinger International, leaves the Dirksen Federal courthouse in Chicago May 15, 2007. Radler, who has pleaded guilty to fraud, is here to testify against his former business partner, Conrad Black. REUTERS/Stephen J. Carrera (UNITED STATES)
BLACK-TRIAL/
RTR1PPR6
May 15, 2007
David Radler, the former publisher of the Chicago Sun-Times and former chief operating officer of Hollinger...
Chicago, UNITED STATES
Radler, the former publisher of the Chicago Sun-Times and former CEO of Hollinger International, enters...
David Radler, the former publisher of the Chicago Sun-Times and former chief operating officer of Hollinger International, enters the Dirksen Federal courthouse in Chicago, Illinois, May 15, 2007. Radler, who has pleaded guilty to fraud, is testifying against his former business partner, Conrad Black. REUTERS/Stephen J. Carrera (UNITED STATES)
BLACK-TRIAL/
RTR1PPO5
May 15, 2007
David Radler, the former publisher of the Chicago Sun-Times and former chief operating officer of Hollinger...
Chicago, UNITED STATES
David Radler arrives at the Dirksen Federal courthouse in Chicago
David Radler, the former publisher of the Chicago Sun-Times and former chief operating officer of Hollinger International, arrives at the Dirksen Federal courthouse in Chicago, Illinois May 15, 2007. Radler, who has pleaded guilty in the case and faces jail time, testified last Thursday that he had reviewed statements he made to a special committee that had investigated Hollinger International Inc., the media giant he and Black built over 30 years. REUTERS/Stephen J. Carrera (UNITED STATES)
BLACK-TRIAL/
RTR1POYY
May 14, 2007
David Radler leaves the Dirksen Federal courthouse in Chicago, Illinois, May 14, 2007. Radler has pleaded...
Chicago, UNITED STATES
David Radler leaves the Dirksen Federal courthouse in Chicago
David Radler leaves the Dirksen Federal courthouse in Chicago, Illinois, May 14, 2007. Radler has pleaded guilty to fraud and is testifying against his former business partner Conrad Black. REUTERS/Stephen J. Carrera (UNITED STATES)
BLACK-TRIAL/
RTR1POYX
May 14, 2007
David Radler, the former publisher of the Chicago Sun-Times and former chief operating officer of Hollinger...
Chicago, UNITED STATES
David Radler looks for a taxi as he leaves the Dirksen Federal courthouse in Chicago
David Radler, the former publisher of the Chicago Sun-Times and former chief operating officer of Hollinger International, looks for a taxi as he leaves the Dirksen Federal courthouse in Chicago, Illinois, May 14, 2007. Radler has pleaded guilty to fraud and is testifying against his former business partner Conrad Black. REUTERS/Stephen J. Carrera (UNITED STATES)
BLACK-TRIAL/
RTR1POLN
May 14, 2007
David Radler (L), the former publisher of the Chicago Sun-Times and former chief operating officer of...
Chicago, UNITED STATES
David Radler, the former publisher of the Chicago Sun-Times and former chief operating officer of Hollinger...
David Radler (L), the former publisher of the Chicago Sun-Times and former chief operating officer of Hollinger International, enters the Dirksen Federal courthouse with an identified women in Chicago, Illinois, May 14, 2007. Radler, who has pleaded guilty to fraud and is here to testifying against his former business partner, Conrad Black. REUTERS/Stephen J. Carrera (UNITED STATES)
BLACK-TRIAL/
RTR1POLB
May 14, 2007
David Radler, the former publisher of the Chicago Sun-Times and former chief operating officer of Hollinger...
Chicago, UNITED STATES
David Radler arrives at the Dirksen Federal
David Radler, the former publisher of the Chicago Sun-Times and former chief operating officer of Hollinger International enters the Dirksen Federal courthouse in Chicago, Illinois May 14, 2007. Radler, who has pleaded guilty to fraud and is here testifying against his former business partner, Conrad Black. REUTERS/Stephen J. Carrera (UNITED STATES)
BLACK-TRIAL/
RTR1PJTP
May 10, 2007
David Radler, a witness in former media baron Conrad Black's trial, leaves the Dirksen Federal courthouse...
Chicago, United Kingdom
David Radler leaves Dirksen Federal courthouse in Chicago
David Radler, a witness in former media baron Conrad Black's trial, leaves the Dirksen Federal courthouse in Chicago, Illinois May 10, 2007. REUTERS/Stephen J. Carrera (UNITED STATES)
BLACK-TRIAL/
RTR1PJTM
May 10, 2007
David Radler, a witness in former media baron Conrad Black's trial, leaves the Dirksen Federal courthouse...
Chicago, United Kingdom
David Radler leaves Dirksen Federal courthouse in Chicago
David Radler, a witness in former media baron Conrad Black's trial, leaves the Dirksen Federal courthouse in Chicago, Illinois May 10, 2007. REUTERS/Stephen J. Carrera (UNITED STATES)
BLACK-TRIAL/
RTR1PJTK
May 10, 2007
David Radler, a witness in former media baron Conrad Black's trial, leaves the Dirksen Federal courthouse...
Chicago, United Kingdom
David Radler leaves Dirksen Federal courthouse in Chicago
David Radler, a witness in former media baron Conrad Black's trial, leaves the Dirksen Federal courthouse in Chicago, Illinois May 10, 2007. REUTERS/Stephen J. Carrera (UNITED STATES)
BLACK-TRIAL/
RTR1PJI1
May 10, 2007
David Radler, former publisher of the Chicago Sun-Times and former chief operating officer of Hollinger...
Chicago, UNITED STATES
Radler, former chief operating officer of Hollinger International, enters the Dirksen Federal courthouse...
David Radler, former publisher of the Chicago Sun-Times and former chief operating officer of Hollinger International, enters the Dirksen Federal courthouse in Chicago, Illinois May 10, 2007. Radler, who has pleaded guilty to fraud, is here to testify against his former business partner, Conrad Black. REUTERS/Stephen J. Carrera (UNITED STATES)
BLACK-TRIAL/
RTR1PJHV
May 10, 2007
David Radler, former publisher of the Chicago Sun-Times and former chief operating officer of Hollinger...
Chicago, UNITED STATES
Radler, former chief operating officer of Hollinger International, enters the Dirksen Federal courthouse...
David Radler, former publisher of the Chicago Sun-Times and former chief operating officer of Hollinger International, enters the Dirksen Federal courthouse in Chicago, Illinois May 10, 2007. Radler, who has pleaded guilty to fraud, is here to testify against his former business partner, Conrad Black. REUTERS/Stephen J. Carrera (UNITED STATES)
BLACK-TRIAL/
RTR1PI46
May 09, 2007
Conrad Black arrives at the Dirksen Federal courthouse in Chicago, May 9, 2007. Black's former business...
Chicago, UNITED STATES
Conrad Black arrives at the Dirksen Federal courthouse in Chicago
Conrad Black arrives at the Dirksen Federal courthouse in Chicago, May 9, 2007. Black's former business partner, David Radler, who has already pleaded guilty to fraud, has taken the stand as the star witness against the fallen media baron and prosecutors have begun to link the two men as inseparable in running Black's company. The picture was taken with a slow shutter. REUTERS/John Gress
BLACK-TRIAL/
RTR1PI43
May 09, 2007
Conrad Black arrives at the Dirksen Federal courthouse in Chicago, May 9, 2007. Black's former business...
Chicago, UNITED STATES
Conrad Black arrives at the Dirksen Federal courthouse in Chicago
Conrad Black arrives at the Dirksen Federal courthouse in Chicago, May 9, 2007. Black's former business partner, David Radler, who has already pleaded guilty to fraud, has taken the stand as the star witness against the fallen media baron and prosecutors have begun to link the two men as inseparable in running Black's company. The picture was taken with a slow shutter. REUTERS/John Gress
BLACK-TRIAL/
RTR1PI3R
May 09, 2007
David Radler, former publisher of the Chicago Sun-Times and former chief operating officer of Hollinger...
Chicago, UNITED STATES
David Radler arrives at the Dirksen Federal courthouse in Chicago
David Radler, former publisher of the Chicago Sun-Times and former chief operating officer of Hollinger International, arrives at the Dirksen Federal courthouse in Chicago, May 9, 2007. Radler, who has already pleaded guilty to fraud, has taken the stand as the star witness against fallen media baron Conrad Black and prosecutors have begun to link the two men as inseparable in running Black's company. REUTERS/John Gress
BLACK-TRIAL/
RTR1PI3N
May 09, 2007
David Radler, former publisher of the Chicago Sun-Times and former chief operating officer of Hollinger...
Chicago, UNITED STATES
David Radler arrives at the Dirksen Federal courthouse in Chicago
David Radler, former publisher of the Chicago Sun-Times and former chief operating officer of Hollinger International, arrives at the Dirksen Federal courthouse in Chicago, May 9, 2007. Radler, who has already pleaded guilty to fraud, has taken the stand as the star witness against fallen media baron Conrad Black and prosecutors have begun to link the two men as inseparable in running Black's company. REUTERS/John Gress
BLACK-TRIAL/
RTR1PI3L
May 09, 2007
David Radler, former publisher of the Chicago Sun-Times and former chief operating officer of Hollinger...
Chicago, UNITED STATES
David Radler arrives at the Dirksen Federal courthouse in Chicago
David Radler, former publisher of the Chicago Sun-Times and former chief operating officer of Hollinger International, arrives at the Dirksen Federal courthouse in Chicago, May 9, 2007. Radler, who has already pleaded guilty to fraud, has taken the stand as the star witness against fallen media baron Conrad Black and prosecutors have begun to link the two men as inseparable in running Black's company. REUTERS/John Gress
BLACK-TRIAL/
RTR1PI3K
May 09, 2007
David Radler, former publisher of the Chicago Sun-Times and former chief operating officer of Hollinger...
Chicago, UNITED STATES
David Radler arrives at the Dirksen Federal courthouse in Chicago
David Radler, former publisher of the Chicago Sun-Times and former chief operating officer of Hollinger International, arrives at the Dirksen Federal courthouse in Chicago, May 9, 2007. Radler, who has already pleaded guilty to fraud, has taken the stand as the star witness against fallen media baron Conrad Black and prosecutors have begun to link the two men as inseparable in running Black's company. REUTERS/John Gress
BLACK-TRIAL/
RTR1PH5Q
May 08, 2007
David Radler, former publisher of the Chicago Sun-Times and former chief operating officer of Hollinger...
Chicago, UNITED STATES
David Radler leaves the Dirksen Federal courthouse in Chicago
David Radler, former publisher of the Chicago Sun-Times and former chief operating officer of Hollinger International, leaves the Dirksen Federal courthouse in Chicago, May 8, 2007. The woman on the right is unidentified. Radler, who has already pleaded guilty to fraud, has taken the stand as the star witness against fallen media baron Conrad Black and prosecutors have begun to link the two men as inseparable in running Black's company. REUTERS/John Gress (UNITED STATES)
BLACK-TRIAL/
RTR1PH4C
May 08, 2007
David Radler, former publisher of the Chicago Sun-Times and former chief operating officer of Hollinger...
Chicago, UNITED STATES
David Radler leaves the Dirksen Federal courthouse in Chicago
David Radler, former publisher of the Chicago Sun-Times and former chief operating officer of Hollinger International, leaves the Dirksen Federal courthouse in Chicago, May 8, 2007. Radler, who has already pleaded guilty to fraud, has taken the stand as the star witness against fallen media baron Conrad Black and prosecutors have begun to link the two men as inseparable in running Black's company. REUTERS/John Gress (UNITED STATES)
BLACK-TRIAL/
RTR1PH49
May 08, 2007
Conrad Black leaves the Dirksen Federal courthouse in Chicago, May 8, 2007. Black's former business partner,...
Chicago, UNITED STATES
Conrad Black leaves the Dirksen Federal courthouse in Chicago
Conrad Black leaves the Dirksen Federal courthouse in Chicago, May 8, 2007. Black's former business partner, David Radler, who has already pleaded guilty to fraud, has taken the stand as the star witness against the fallen media baron and prosecutors have begun to link the two men as inseparable in running Black's company. REUTERS/John Gress (UNITED STATES)
BLACK-TRIAL/
RTR1PH46
May 08, 2007
David Radler, former publisher of the Chicago Sun-Times and former chief operating officer of Hollinger...
Chicago, UNITED STATES
David Radler leaves the Dirksen Federal courthouse in Chicago
David Radler, former publisher of the Chicago Sun-Times and former chief operating officer of Hollinger International, leaves the Dirksen Federal courthouse in Chicago, May 8, 2007. Radler, who has already pleaded guilty to fraud, has taken the stand as the star witness against fallen media baron Conrad Black and prosecutors have begun to link the two men as inseparable in running Black's company. REUTERS/John Gress (UNITED STATES)
BLACK-TRIAL/
RTR1PGVU
May 08, 2007
Conrad Black arrives at the Dirksen Federal courthouse in Chicago May 8, 2007. Black's former business...
Chicago, UNITED STATES
Black arrives at the Dirksen Federal courthouse in Chicago
Conrad Black arrives at the Dirksen Federal courthouse in Chicago May 8, 2007. Black's former business partner, David Radler, who has already pleaded guilty to fraud, has taken the stand as the star witness against the fallen media baron and prosecutors have begun to link the two men as inseparable in running Black's company. REUTERS/John Gress (UNITED STATES)
BLACK-TRIAL/
RTR1PGVO
May 08, 2007
Barbara Amiel Black, wife of Conrad Black, arrives at the Dirksen Federal courthouse in Chicago May 8,...
Chicago, UNITED STATES
Barbara Amiel Black, wife of Conrad Black, arrives at the Dirksen Federal courthouse in Chicago
Barbara Amiel Black, wife of Conrad Black, arrives at the Dirksen Federal courthouse in Chicago May 8, 2007. Conrad Black's former business partner, David Radler, who has already pleaded guilty to fraud, has taken the stand as the star witness against the fallen media baron and prosecutors have begun to link the two men as inseparable in running Black's company. REUTERS/John Gress (UNITED STATES)
BLACK-TRIAL/
RTR1PGVL
May 08, 2007
Conrad Black arrives at the Dirksen Federal courthouse in Chicago May 8, 2007. Black's former business...
Chicago, UNITED STATES
Black arrives at the Dirksen Federal courthouse in Chicago
Conrad Black arrives at the Dirksen Federal courthouse in Chicago May 8, 2007. Black's former business partner, David Radler, who has already pleaded guilty to fraud, has taken the stand as the star witness against the fallen media baron and prosecutors have begun to link the two men as inseparable in running Black's company. REUTERS/John Gress (UNITED STATES)
BLACK-TRIAL/
RTR1PG34
May 07, 2007
Conrad Black leaves the Dirksen Federal courthouse in Chicago, May 7, 2007. Black's former business partner,...
Chicago, UNITED STATES
Conrad Black leaves the Dirksen Federal courthouse in Chicago
Conrad Black leaves the Dirksen Federal courthouse in Chicago, May 7, 2007. Black's former business partner, David Radler, who has already pleaded guilty to fraud, took the stand on Monday as the star witness against the fallen media baron and prosecutors began to link the two men as inseparable in running Black's company. REUTERS/John Gress (UNITED STATES)
BLACK-TRIAL/
RTR1PG33
May 07, 2007
Conrad Black leaves the Dirksen Federal courthouse in Chicago, May 7, 2007. Black's former business partner,...
Chicago, UNITED STATES
Conrad Black leaves the Dirksen Federal courthouse in Chicago
Conrad Black leaves the Dirksen Federal courthouse in Chicago, May 7, 2007. Black's former business partner, David Radler, who has already pleaded guilty to fraud, took the stand on Monday as the star witness against the fallen media baron and prosecutors began to link the two men as inseparable in running Black's company. REUTERS/John Gress (UNITED STATES)
BLACK-TRIAL/
RTR1PG32
May 07, 2007
Conrad Black leaves the Dirksen Federal courthouse in Chicago, May 7, 2007. Conrad Black's former business...
Chicago, UNITED STATES
Conrad Black leaves at the Dirksen Federal courthouse in Chicago
Conrad Black leaves the Dirksen Federal courthouse in Chicago, May 7, 2007. Conrad Black's former business partner, David Radler, who has already pleaded guilty to fraud, took the stand on Monday as the star witness against the fallen media baron and prosecutors began to link the two men as inseparable in running Black's company. REUTERS/John Gress (UNITED STATES)
BLACK-TRIAL/
RTR1PG31
May 07, 2007
Conrad Black leaves the Dirksen Federal courthouse in Chicago, May 7, 2007. Conrad Black's former business...
Chicago, UNITED STATES
Conrad Black leaves the Dirksen Federal courthouse in Chicago
Conrad Black leaves the Dirksen Federal courthouse in Chicago, May 7, 2007. Conrad Black's former business partner, David Radler, who has already pleaded guilty to fraud, took the stand on Monday as the star witness against the fallen media baron and prosecutors began to link the two men as inseparable in running Black's company. REUTERS/John Gress (UNITED STATES)
BLACK-TRIAL/
RTR1PG30
May 07, 2007
David Radler (R), the 63-year-old former publisher of the Chicago Sun-Times and former chief operating...
Chicago, UNITED STATES
David Radler leaves the Dirksen Federal courthouse in Chicago
David Radler (R), the 63-year-old former publisher of the Chicago Sun-Times and former chief operating officer of Hollinger International, leaves the Dirksen Federal courthouse in Chicago, May 7, 2007. Radler, Conrad Black's former business partner, who has already pleaded guilty to fraud, took the stand on Monday as the star witness against the fallen media baron and prosecutors began to link the two men as inseparable in running Black's company. REUTERS/John Gress (UNITED STATES)
BLACK-TRIAL/
RTR1PG2Z
May 07, 2007
David Radler, the 63-year-old former publisher of the Chicago Sun-Times and former chief operating officer...
Chicago, UNITED STATES
David Radler leaves the Dirksen Federal courthouse in Chicago
David Radler, the 63-year-old former publisher of the Chicago Sun-Times and former chief operating officer of Hollinger International, leaves the Dirksen Federal courthouse in Chicago, May 7, 2007. Radler, Conrad Black's former business partner, who has already pleaded guilty to fraud, took the stand on Monday as the star witness against the fallen media baron and prosecutors began to link the two men as inseparable in running Black's company. REUTERS/John Gress (UNITED STATES)
BLACK-TRIAL/
RTR1PG2Y
May 07, 2007
David Radler, the 63-year-old former publisher of the Chicago Sun-Times and former chief operating officer...
Chicago, UNITED STATES
David Radler leaves at the Dirksen Federal courthouse in Chicago
David Radler, the 63-year-old former publisher of the Chicago Sun-Times and former chief operating officer of Hollinger International leaves at the Dirksen Federal courthouse in Chicago, May 7, 2007. Radler, who has pleaded guilty to fraud, testified in the Conrad Black trial. REUTERS/John Gress (UNITED STATES)
BLACK-TRIAL/
RTR1PFSR
May 07, 2007
David Radler, the ex-partner of former media baron Conrad Black, arrives at the Dirksen Federal courthouse...
Chicago, UNITED STATES
Radler, the ex-partner of former media baron Black, arrives at the Dirksen Federal courthouse in Chicago...
David Radler, the ex-partner of former media baron Conrad Black, arrives at the Dirksen Federal courthouse in Chicago, May 7, 2007. Much-anticipated testimony by Radler will likely make or break the criminal case against Black and three fellow executives, lawyers said. REUTERS/Stephen J. Carrera (UNITED STATES)
BLACK-TRIAL/
RTR1PFSH
May 07, 2007
Former media baron Conrad Black arrives at the Dirksen Federal courthouse in Chicago, May 7, 2007. Much-anticipated...
Chicago, UNITED STATES
Former media baron Black arrives at the Dirksen Federal courthouse in Chicago
Former media baron Conrad Black arrives at the Dirksen Federal courthouse in Chicago, May 7, 2007. Much-anticipated testimony by David Radler, the ex-partner of Black, will likely make or break the criminal case against Black and three fellow executives, lawyers said. REUTERS/Stephen J. Carrera (UNITED STATES)
BLACK-TRIAL/
RTR1PFS3
May 07, 2007
David Radler, the ex-partner of former media baron Conrad Black, arrives at the Dirksen Federal courthouse...
Chicago, UNITED STATES
Radler, the ex-partner of former media baron Black, arrives at the Dirksen Federal courthouse in Chicago...
David Radler, the ex-partner of former media baron Conrad Black, arrives at the Dirksen Federal courthouse in Chicago, May 7, 2007. Much-anticipated testimony by Radler will likely make or break the criminal case against Black and three fellow executives, lawyers said. REUTERS/John Gress (UNITED STATES)
BLACK-TRIAL/
RTR1PFRU
May 07, 2007
David Radler, the ex-partner of former media baron Conrad Black, arrives at the Dirksen Federal courthouse...
Chicago, UNITED STATES
Radler, the ex-partner of former media baron Black, arrives at the Dirksen Federal courthouse in Chicago...
David Radler, the ex-partner of former media baron Conrad Black, arrives at the Dirksen Federal courthouse in Chicago, May 7, 2007. Much-anticipated testimony by Radler will likely make or break the criminal case against Black and three fellow executives, lawyers said. REUTERS/Stephen J. Carrera (UNITED STATES)
BLACK-TRIAL/
RTR1PFRJ
May 07, 2007
David Radler, the ex-partner of former media baron Conrad Black, arrives at the Dirksen Federal courthouse...
Chicago, UNITED STATES
Radler, the ex-partner of former media baron Black, arrives at the Dirksen Federal courthouse in Chicago...
David Radler, the ex-partner of former media baron Conrad Black, arrives at the Dirksen Federal courthouse in Chicago, May 7, 2007. Much-anticipated testimony by Radler will likely make or break the criminal case against Black and three fellow executives, lawyers said. REUTERS/John Gress (UNITED STATES)
CRIME HOLLINGER
RTROTW3
September 20, 2005
David Radler, the 63-year-old former publisher of the Chicago Sun-Times and former chief operating officer...
Chicago, UNITED STATES
David Radler leaves the Dirksen Federal courthouse after his arraignment in Chicago.
David Radler, the 63-year-old former publisher of the Chicago Sun-Times and former chief operating officer of Hollinger International leaves the Dirksen Federal courthouse after his arraignment in Chicago, September 20, 2005. Radler is charged with participating in a scheme to divert more than $32 million from the newspaper holding company. REUTERS/Stephen J. Carrera JG/SA
CRIME HOLLINGER
RTROTTD
September 20, 2005
Anton Valukas, attorney to David Radler, the 63-year-old former publisher of the Chicago Sun-Times and...
Chicago, UNITED STATES
Attorney Anton Valukas leaves the Dirksen Federal courthouse in Chicago.
Anton Valukas, attorney to David Radler, the 63-year-old former publisher of the Chicago Sun-Times and former chief operating officer of Hollinger International, leaves the Dirksen Federal courthouse in Chicago, September 20, 2005. Radler is charged with participating in a scheme to divert more than $32 million from the newspaper holding company. REUTERS/John Gress JG/SA
CRIME HOLLINGER
RTROTSB
September 20, 2005
David Radler, the 63-year-old former publisher of the Chicago Sun-Times and former chief operating officer...
Chicago, UNITED STATES
David Radler leaves the Dirksen Federal courthouse after his arraignment in Chicago.
David Radler, the 63-year-old former publisher of the Chicago Sun-Times and former chief operating officer of Hollinger International leaves the Dirksen Federal courthouse after his arraignment in Chicago, September 20, 2005. Radler is charged with participating in a scheme to divert more than $32 million from the newspaper holding company. REUTERS/Stephen J. Carrera JG/SA
CRIME HOLLINGER
RTROTRE
September 20, 2005
David Radler, the 63-year-old former publisher of the Chicago Sun-Times and former chief operating officer...
Chicago, UNITED STATES
David Radler leaves the Dirksen Federal courthouse after his arraignment in Chicago.
David Radler, the 63-year-old former publisher of the Chicago Sun-Times and former chief operating officer of Hollinger International leaves the Dirksen Federal courthouse after his arraignment in Chicago, September 20, 2005. Radler is charged with participating in a scheme to divert more than $32 million from the newspaper holding company. REUTERS/Stephen J. Carrera JG/SA
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