Special Report | Norman Hsu
Norman Hsu smiles at an unidentified supporter, left, as he arrives at a San Mateo County Superior Court in Redwood City, Calif., on Aug. 31, 2007. Hsu's questionable business dealings and fundraising practices led Sen. Hillary Clinton to return hundreds of thousands of dollars that he had helped raise for Clinton's presidential campaign.
Norman Hsu smiles at an unidentified supporter, left, as he arrives at a San Mateo County Superior Court in Redwood City, Calif., on Aug. 31, 2007. Hsu's questionable business dealings and fundraising practices led Sen. Hillary Clinton to return hundreds of thousands of dollars that he had helped raise for Clinton's presidential campaign.
Paul Sakuma - AP
Democratic fundraiser Norman Hsu could return to California as early as today to face the 15-year-old criminal charges that reemerged after he gained prominence as one of the most prolific "bundlers" for Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton's presidential bid.
 
Past Clouds Candidates' Donor Lists: Names From '90s Scandal Among Clinton 'Bundlers' (Post, September 20, 2007, Page A01)
 
Hsu Broke Election Laws, FBI Charges: Reimbursements, Threats Allegedly Used in Fundraising (Post, September 21, 2007, Page A05)
 
Hsu Cast Wide Net For Clinton Donors: List Included Strangers, His Own Investors (Post, September 16, 2007, Page A01)
 
Clinton May Revisit Donors Whose Funds Were Returned (Post, September 13, 2007, Page A06)
 
Clinton Campaign Cites Flawed Background Check: No Evidence of Fundraiser's Lawsuits or Bankruptcy Turned Up in Records Search, Spokesman Says (Post, September 12, 2007, Page A03)
 
Clinton's Campaign To Return $850,000: Her Team Cuts Ties To a Top Fundraiser Jailed in Fraud Case (Post, September 11, 2007, Page A01)
 
Ex-Fugitive's Fundraising Talent Put Him on Democrats' A-List (Post, September 7, 2007, Page A03)
 
Hsu Steered Major Fundraiser to Obama: Campaign Acknowledges Link to Democratic Donor Who Is Now Under Arrest (Post, September 8, 2007, Page A05)
 
Bundlers Behaving Badly (September 4, 2007, Page A16)
 
When Controversy Follows Cash: Some Fundraisers With Legal Issues Slip Through Campaigns' Vetting (Post, September 3, 2007, Page A01)
 
Fundraisers Tap Those Who Can't Say No: 'Bundlers' Look to Associates, Employees for Campaign Cash (Post, August 7, 2007, Page A01)
 

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