March 29, 1995 in Nation/World

United Way Jury Still Mulling 3 Ex-Officials’ Fate

Associated Press

The jury in the fraud trial of three former United Way of America officials completed a third day of deliberations Tuesday without a verdict.

The United Way of America’s one-time president, William Aramony, and two former top aides are accusing of bleeding the charity and a spinoff company of about $600,000.

The 47-count fraud, conspiracy and money-laundering case includes racy allegations that Aramony, 67, used illicit money to pay for exotic vacations and to pay bogus consulting fees to a teenage lover.

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