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FBI informant in bribe cases says more suspects are likely to surface

WHY WILBURN SPOKE UP 'I did this not to expose anybody or entrap anybody, but just to expose how the system works.' WHY WILBURN SPOKE UP "I did this not to expose anybody or entrap anybody, but just to expose how the system works."
By Adrian Walker
Globe Staff / November 25, 2008

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The federal corruption investigation unfolding in City Hall and on Beacon Hill began not with self-righteous fury, but simple frustration. Ron Wilburn's attempts to get a liquor license for a Boston nightclub were met with the kind of soul-numbing political obstacles that he felt made it virtually impossible for an outsider to get a fair hearing. (Full article: 949 words)

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