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Justice Department wants dismissal of charges

...to win the 2002 Winter Olympics. The government's five-year bribery investigation and prosecution of bid leaders Tom Welch and Dave Johnson crumbled Dec. 5 in mid-trial, when U.S. District Judge David Sam abruptly acquitted Welch and...

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Judge dismisses bribery case against Salt Lake City organizers

...2002 Winter Games to Salt Lake City. The ruling by U.S. District Judge David Sam came midway through the trial of Tom Welch and Dave Johnson, and all but closes the book on the worst scandal in Olympic history. The judge said that in his 18...

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Prosecution rests in Olympic bribery case

...Committee delegates with $1 million in cash, gifts and favors to win Salt Lake City's bid to host the 2002 Winter games. Tom Welch, who led the Olympic bid effort, and his deputy Dave Johnson were charged in a 15-count federal indictment with bribery...

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Official Salt Lake report has only brief mention of scandal

...as if it were engulfing another organization beside Salt Lake's own, the facts still fuzzy and elusive. Bid leaders Tom Welch and Dave Johnson are still waiting for a federal appeals court to consider whether criminal charges from the scandal should...

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Overtime

...tossed out 10 fraud counts and a conspiracy charge that federal prosecutors had filed against Salt Lake City bid leaders Tom Welch and Dave Johnson. The two were charged in July 2000 with using $1 million to sway International Olympic Committee officials...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2001/11/16/oth_327127.shtml
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Swoopes completes U.S. Olympic team

...averaging 22.5 points a game. SALT LAKE CITY: The Justice Department and attorneys for former Salt Lake Olympic president Tom Welch reportedly have waived a deadline for filing charges in the Olympic bribery investigation. The agreement, reported in...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2000/06/26/bas_292942.shtml
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Overtime: Walkway was contaminated with chloride

...public Thursday, signals a narrowing of the investigation and the possible indictments of former Salt Lake bid executives Tom Welch and Dave Johnson or others. The exoneration "is not intended to apply to any present or former officer or employee of...

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Businessman bribed Olympic official

...to Salt Lake City. The government didn't identify the committee official, but Simmons said the deal was arranged by Tom Welch, the committee's president. Welch has not been charged. The son's name was not disclosed by the Justice Department...

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Ousted IOC official details his side of bribe scandal

...and former diplomat from Ecudaor who left the IOC in disgrace because of the allegations, said he regarded favors by Tom Welch, who headed Salt Lake City's winning bid, were gestures of personal generosity. "With Tom, it was always with an...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1999/06/14/oth_263639.shtml
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Expelled IOC members leave Olympic stage

...Pound's commission recommended that Wallwork be ousted because his wife received a $30,000 loan from Salt Lake bid chief Tom Welch. Wallwork said he was unaware of the loan, which was repaid. Noting that Pound's wife was arrested in a scuffle with...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1999/03/19/oth_256669.shtml
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