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Overtime: Cross Creek plays Butler in first game

...acknowledge Lennox Lewis as his organization's heavyweight champion. Later, however, the lawyer for IBF president Robert W. Lee Sr., said the $300,000 sanctioning fee for Lewis had arrived at the group's East Orange headquarters. "If the...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1999/11/16/oth_274560.shtml
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Boxing officials accused of taking bribes

...in 10 of the 15 weight classes, with larger payments made in the heavier divisions. Indicted were IBF president Robert W. Lee Sr., 65; his son Robert Lee Jr., 38, a liaison to the president; former Virginia boxing commissioner Donald William...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1999/11/05/oth_272814.shtml
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Judge permits undercover videos in IBF case

NEWARK, N.J. -- Jurors in the IBF corruption case will get to see undercover videotapes of group founder Robert W. Lee Sr. handling what prosecutors maintain are payoffs from boxing promoters. Opening statements are scheduled for Tuesday...

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Judge agrees to unseal evidence in IBF case

...NEWARK, N.J. -- A judge Monday agreed to unseal some of the evidence that led prosecutors to charge IBF founder Robert W. Lee Sr. and others with taking $338,000 in bribes to rig its rankings. Lee, who is to stand trial this spring, opposed...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2000/01/11/oth_278756.shtml
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IBF head pleads innocent to bribery charges

...Internation Boxing Federation pleaded innocent Monday to federal charges he solicited bribes to fix rankings. IBF president Robert W. Lee Sr. also said that because his indictment might have prompted promoters of this weekend's heavyweight championship...

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Judge puts limits on IBF spending

...from a racketeering indictment and a government lawsuit brought against International Boxing Federation president Robert W. Lee Sr., accusing him and others of taking $338,000 in bribes to rig the organization's ratings. In imposing a temporary...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1999/11/30/oth_276477.shtml
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Promoters agree to temporary ban

...Enforcement, which is seeking to bar the two because of wrongdoing revealed during last summer's trial of IBF founder Robert W. Lee Sr. The Division of Gaming Enforcement, which acts as police and prosecutor for the casino industry, filed papers...

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