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Power plants that led to corruption probe were never built

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Posted: Monday, January 24, 2005 10:00 pm

Four years ago, three government officials formed a partnership designed to take advantage of the state's energy crisis by lobbying for a power plant in the Port of Stockton and against rival plants.

Their efforts led to a series of federal corruption indictments that will culminate Wednesday with the trial of former county marshal and sheriff's deputy Monte McFall -- and yet none of the plants under discussion at the time have ever been built.

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