In a Nov. 15, 2008,  photo, attorney and former Federal judge U.W. Clemon is shown in Birmingham, Ala. Documents released to The Associated Press under the Freedom of Information Act show that for almost two years, agents tracked the suit filed by Clemon against Paul "Bear" Bryant, the University of Alabama,  and others to make Bryant recruit black football players.  (AP Photo/ The Birmingham News, Frank Couch)
In a Nov. 15, 2008, photo, attorney and former Federal judge U.W. Clemon is shown in Birmingham, Ala. Documents released to The Associated Press under the Freedom of Information Act show that for almost two years, agents tracked the suit filed by Clemon against Paul "Bear" Bryant, the University of Alabama, and others to make Bryant recruit black football players. (AP Photo/ The Birmingham News, Frank Couch) ASSOCIATED PRESS
In a Nov. 15, 2008, photo, attorney and former Federal judge U.W. Clemon is shown in Birmingham, Ala. Documents released to The Associated Press under the Freedom of Information Act show that for almost two years, agents tracked the suit filed by Clemon against Paul "Bear" Bryant, the University of Alabama, and others to make Bryant recruit black football players. (AP Photo/ The Birmingham News, Frank Couch) ASSOCIATED PRESS

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