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Anderson sentenced to five years

...his assistance on legislation. The money was supplied by the FBI through an informant under contract to Cornell, Frank Prewitt, a former Alaska Department of Corrections commissioner. Prewitt secretly recorded his conversations with Anderson...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/101607/sta_20071016017.shtml
News
Trial reveals commissioner as informant

...Rep. Tom Anderson. Sound off on the important issues at The name of Don 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...

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Alaska Digest

...Industries, Inc. for free from the outset of the investigation and it was only after former Corrections Commissioner Frank Prewitt - a key government witness who is under investigation himself - began recording their conversations that evidence of...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/070907/sta_digest001.shtml
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Prosecutor, defense paint different pictures of Anderson

...that left a paper trail. He suggested that a star government witness, former Department of Corrections Commissioner Frank Prewitt, steered investigators to Anderson to avoid his own corruption arrest. And Stockler suggested prosecutors would present...

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

...fringes of the Alaska Legislature. Sound off on the important issues at Corrections commissioner-turned-consultant Frank Prewitt testified that he listened to a pitch from Bill Bobrick, a municipal lobbyist, soliciting Prewitt's consulting...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/062907/sta_anderson001.shtml
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My Turn: What Mr. Prewitt didn't bother to mention

Frank Prewitt neglected to list his full credentials...Empire. If a used car salesman did what Frank Prewitt just did, he would be fired for his lack of ethics. Yes, Cornell salesman Frank Prewitt, the "former commissioner for the Department...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/012402/opE_myturn.shtml
Opinion
Lawmakers pore over competing plans for prisons

...private prison in Whittier, while a Senate committee took up a bill to expand state-run prisons around the state. Frank Prewitt, a consultant for Cornell Companies, said that firm's proposal for a 1,200-bed private prison in Whittier would...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/030602/sta_legprisons.shtml
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Nothing to lose, everything to gain

...solutions to old problems. Please express your support by contacting Gov. Knowles and your state representatives. Frank Prewitt is an Anchorage attorney and former Commissioner of the Department of Corrections under Walter J. Hickel. He consults...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/030701/Ope_LoseGain.html
Opinion
Lawsuit filed ovr contract for prison

...prison contract to Delta Corrections Group, which consists of Allvest and its parent company, Cornell Corrections. Frank Prewitt, an Allvest consultant and former state prison commissioner, said the project has cost the company about $1.5...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/091599/Loc_contract.html
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Juneau Empire Story Archive

...Nothing to lose, everything to gain My turn A column By FRANK PREWITT Byron Mallot, in a recent Anchorage Daily News article...contacting Gov. Knowles and your state representatives. Frank Prewitt is an Anchorage attorney and former Commissioner of...

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