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Moving from a market economy to a market society raises many questions for public debate

...know that there is a whole business sector called "death futures business?" This is where an investor buys the life insurance policy of an ailing or elderly person who happens to be in need of hard cash, then pays the annual premium while the...

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Opinion
Alaska Digest

...the important issues at HOMER - A jury on Wednesday found a man not guilty of killing his wife to collect on her life insurance policy. The jury deliberated nearly two days before returning the verdict for Jay Darling, 42, said court clerk Cathy...

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News
Sentenced in old murder

...courtroom during his sentencing for the 1996 slaying of Kent Leppink. Carlin was sentenced to 99 years in prison for being the trigger man in a plot with former stripper Mechele Linehan to kill Leppink for a $1 million life insurance policy.

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/012008/sta_238367032.shtml
State
Photo: Sentenced in old murder

...prison for being the trigger man in a plot with former stripper Mechele Linehan to kill Leppink for a $1 million life insurance policy. Sound off on the important issues at

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This Day in History

...Alaska and Hawaii, using Alaska for feeding grounds and Hawaii for calving. In the nation: In 1761, the first life insurance policy in the United States was issued, in Philadelphia. In 1868, the Great Train Robbery took place near Marshfield...

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This Day in History

...Alaska and Hawaii, using Alaska for feeding grounds and Hawaii for calving. In the nation In 1761, the first life insurance policy in the United States was issued, in Philadelphia. In 1819, the first steam-propelled vessel to attempt a trans-Atlantic...

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Sister testifies at murder trial

...deserved. Carlin and Linehan are accused of conspiring to murder Leppink to get the proceeds from a $1 million life insurance policy, which Linehan erroneously believed would go to her. Hughes also said that immediately after the slaying, she...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/032507/sta_20070325020.shtml
News
Board says mayor should have had disclosed conflict

...father. Sullivan is the son of former Mayor George Sullivan. The city 30 years ago agreed to a one-of-a-kind life insurance policy for the elder Sullivan. The Anchorage Assembly authorized a $193,000 payment Feb. 16. Afterward, assembly...

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Regional News
Inmate says officials didn't protect John Carlin

...Prosecutors said he conspired with Linehan, an exotic dancer at the time, to kill Leppink for a $1 million life insurance policy. Both were sentenced to 99 years in prison. Alaska State Troopers have not been answering questions about the...

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Alaska Digest

...a wealthy Michigan family, was found shot three times off a remote road near Hope in May 1996. A $1 million life insurance policy that Linehan believed listed her as beneficiary may have been the motive, prosecutors said. State: HIV deaths...

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