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They said the McDonnells were barely talking when they accepted gifts, which meant they could not have conspired. Defense
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Federal and state authorities are probing the relationship between the McDonnells and Williams. Burck also disclosed to the
Speaking about a recent trip to China and Japan, he also said, "It's hard -- I suppose the force of circumstances -- for
The statement did not address the multitude of gifts given to the McDonnell family by Williams, including a $15,000 shopping
The comment came after The Washington Post reported that Jonnie R. Williams Sr., CEO of Star Scientific, had given $120,000
The presents did not appear on the statements of economic interest the governor filed for that year -- and they did not have
(Reporting by Ian Simpson and Nick Carey; Editing by Scott Malone, Grant McCool and David Gregorio) WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Virginia
The FBI has begun looking at the relationship between Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell and the chief executive of a nutritional supplements manufacturer that is the subject of an investigation, two people with knowledge of the review said.