Phone Tapes in Stevens Corruption Trial
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Phone Tapes in Stevens Corruption Trial

Three secretly recorded phone conversations the jurors heard in which Alaska Sen. Ted Stevens told Bill Allen, a chief prosecution witness, that he didn't believe they had done anything wrong but could expect a fine and possibly some jail time if convicted. Video by Department of Justice

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