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Resource ID: #6881
Subject: Banks
Source: Village Voice (New York)


Village Voice (New York) tells the story of Larry King Jr., formerly one of the most influential blacks in the Republican Party, who turned a $16,000-a-year job as head of an Omaha credit union into a bicoastal party life, replete with Lear jets, drugs and homosexual lovers, and who almost got a HUD grant to open neighborhood-based credit unions across the country-until it was found that more than $34 million was missing from the credit union he directed, Feb. 28, 1989

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