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What happened to other article from yesterday?

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Submitted by Robert Kriegsman (United States), Jun 13, 2002 at 15:27

Dear Daniel Pipes,

I would like to get a copy of the previous article on this topic.
It mentioned names of well-known figures who are lobbying
on behalf of Saudi Arabia and receiving payments from
them after serving as U.S. officials. This
includes such people as former President George H.W. Bush,
Jimmy Carter, Richard Murphy etc.

Could you send me a copy of that or repost it.

Thanks,
Robert Kriegsman
Submitting....

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