Murkowski chief of staff pleads guilty to fraud
According to his plea bargain, Clark will assist feds in Alaska corruption probe, giving fuel to rumors of more indictments to come
The Associated Press
Jim Clark — the man who represented former Alaska Gov. Frank Murkowski at the gas line negotiating table with ExxonMobil, BP and ConocoPhillips — has pleaded guilty to federal fraud charges. Clark, chief of staff for the former governor, told a federal judge March 4 that he hid more than more than $....
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