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Young Asian immigrants were lured by celebrity and cash into a life of crime, only to end up doing life.
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Longtime American political consultant Paul Erickson has gone from anti-Soviet showrunner to suspected Russian agent.
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Tom Crosslin fought for the legalization of marijuana, but the ambitious pot advocate and his life partner were gunned down in Michigan long before his dreams came true.