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Anderson sentenced to five years

...thought was coming from a private prison firm, Cornell Industries Inc., in exchange for his assistance on legislation...Bill Bobrick, between July 2004 and March 2005. Cornell Industries was not aware of the investigation. Anderson did...

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Trial reveals commissioner as informant

...Stolworthy came up in testimony Friday. Frank Prewitt, a former Corrections commissioner and later a consultant for Cornell Industries, Inc., a firm that develops and operates private prisons, testified that he worked with Stolworthy in 2004 to...

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Alaska Digest

...regardless of whether he got money from them. Defense attorney Paul Stockler said Anderson helped private prison company Cornell Industries, Inc. for free from the outset of the investigation and it was only after former Corrections Commissioner Frank...

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Prosecutor, defense paint different pictures of Anderson

...two key witnesses, Prewitt and consultant Bill Bobrick, were not "squeaky-clean." Both were connected to Cornell Industries Inc., a firm based in Houston, Texas, that develops and runs private prisons. After leaving the Corrections...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/062807/sta_20070628012.shtml
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Ex-corrections official testifies in Anderson trial

...that he listened to a pitch from Bill Bobrick, a municipal lobbyist, soliciting Prewitt's consulting client, Cornell Industries, Inc., for money that could be passed to Anderson without public disclosure. "Tom can be very helpful," Bobrick...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/062907/sta_anderson001.shtml
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Anderson records show debt

...Office in Anchorage. The prosecutors said that lobbyist Bill Bobrick discussed Anderson with a representative of Cornell Industries, a private prison company with business interests in Alaska. They discussed which legislators might be willing...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/062610/loc_180148182.shtml
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Anderson records show debt

...Office in Anchorage. The prosecutors said that lobbyist Bill Bobrick discussed Anderson with a representative of Cornell Industries, a private prison company with business interests in Alaska. They discussed which legislators might be willing...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/062610/loc_180137964.shtml
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Anderson to report to prison on Dec. 3

...thought was coming from a private prison firm, Cornell Industries, in exchange for his assistance on legislation...Bill Bobrick, between July 2004 and March 2005. Cornell Industries was not aware of the investigation. The 60-month...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/111307/sta_20071113015.shtml
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Alaska puts brakes on corruption probe

...bribery. He was convicted of taking nearly $24,000 that he thought was coming from a Houston-based company, Cornell Industries Inc., which hoped to build a private prison in Alaska. The money was supplied by the FBI through an informant...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/101707/sta_20071017024.shtml
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Anderson defense questions informant's motives

...doing so. Prewitt is a former Corrections Department commissioner and a consultant for a private prison company, Cornell Industries Inc. At least 10 times, Stockler said, Anderson or the man he's accused of conspiring with, Bill Bobrick...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/070307/sta_anderson001.shtml
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