Charles Keating Jr., shown in a courtroom in Los Angeles in 1990, was convicted in state and federal courts on charges of fraud, racketeering and conspiracy, and when those charges were overturned, he ultimately pleaded guilty to reduced charges.
Charles Keating Jr., shown in a courtroom in Los Angeles in 1990, was convicted in state and federal courts on charges of fraud, racketeering and conspiracy, and when those charges were overturned, he ultimately pleaded guilty to reduced charges. 1991 Associated Press file photo
Charles Keating Jr., shown in a courtroom in Los Angeles in 1990, was convicted in state and federal courts on charges of fraud, racketeering and conspiracy, and when those charges were overturned, he ultimately pleaded guilty to reduced charges. 1991 Associated Press file photo

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April 09, 2014 12:00 AM

Supreme Court should have listened to Charles Keating

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