F. Lee Bailey

Francis Lee Bailey
Francis Lee Bailey Jr. (born June 10, 1933) is an American former criminal defense attorney best known for representing O.J.wikipedia
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Libya

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He aggravated other clients by traveling to Libya to discuss defending two men who were charged with blowing up Pan Am Flight 103 over Lockerbie, Scotland, even after undertaking the cause of the relatives of that bombing's victims.

Pan Am Flight 103

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He aggravated other clients by traveling to Libya to discuss defending two men who were charged with blowing up Pan Am Flight 103 over Lockerbie, Scotland, even after undertaking the cause of the relatives of that bombing's victims.

Lockerbie

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He aggravated other clients by traveling to Libya to discuss defending two men who were charged with blowing up Pan Am Flight 103 over Lockerbie, Scotland, even after undertaking the cause of the relatives of that bombing's victims.

Tripoli

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To the latter, the expedition to Tripoli was a clear conflict of interest; Bailey denied that he intended to defend the Libyans, though a letter he had written to the U.S. Government suggested otherwise.

Conflict of interest

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To the latter, the expedition to Tripoli was a clear conflict of interest; Bailey denied that he intended to defend the Libyans, though a letter he had written to the U.S. Government suggested otherwise.

Multi-level marketing

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Koscot Interplanetary and Dare to be Great were multi-level marketing companies owned by Glenn W. Turner.

Conspiracy (criminal)

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In 1973, Turner, Bailey and eight others were indicted by a federal grand jury on conspiracy and mail fraud charges.

Mail and wire fraud

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In 1973, Turner, Bailey and eight others were indicted by a federal grand jury on conspiracy and mail fraud charges.

RKO Pictures

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Bailey was featured in an RKO television special in which he conducted a mock trial, examining various expert witnesses on the subject of the "Paul is dead" rumor referring to Beatle Paul McCartney.

The Beatles

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Bailey was featured in an RKO television special in which he conducted a mock trial, examining various expert witnesses on the subject of the "Paul is dead" rumor referring to Beatle Paul McCartney.

Paul McCartney

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Bailey was featured in an RKO television special in which he conducted a mock trial, examining various expert witnesses on the subject of the "Paul is dead" rumor referring to Beatle Paul McCartney.

The Michigan Daily

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One of the experts was Fred LaBour, whose article in The Michigan Daily had been instrumental in the spread of the urban legend.

Urban legend

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One of the experts was Fred LaBour, whose article in The Michigan Daily had been instrumental in the spread of the urban legend.

New York City

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The program aired locally in New York City on November 30, 1969, and was never re-aired.

Edward R. Murrow

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In 1967, Bailey became host of the short-lived television series Good Company, a series in which he would interview celebrities in their homes, a format similar to Edward R. Murrow Person to Person.

Person to Person

In 1967, Bailey became host of the short-lived television series Good Company, a series in which he would interview celebrities in their homes, a format similar to Edward R. Murrow Person to Person.

Drunk drivers

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On February 28, 1982, Bailey was arrested for drunk driving in California.

Donald G. Alexander

In March 2013, a two-day hearing was held by Supreme Judicial Court Justice Donald G. Alexander in which Bailey's suitability to practice law was examined.

Lee Harvey Oswald

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In the alternate history novel Surrounded By Enemies: What If Kennedy Survived Dallas?, Bailey replaces William Kunstler as Lee Harvey Oswald's defense attorney.

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Penthouse (magazine)

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Second lieutenant

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