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Last week we reported in "Naked City" ("Tomstown Hits the Fan") that "TRMPAC executive director John Colyandro; Jim Ellis, a chief aide to U.S. House Majority Leader Tom DeLay, R-Sugar Land; and national GOP fundraiser Warren RoBold were all indicted for money laundering, a first degree felony." Colyandro and Ellis were indeed indicted for money laundering, but the indictments against RoBold do not include money laundering, but rather several counts of illegal solicitation and acceptance of prohibited corporate contributions. The Chronicle regrets the error.

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