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Newspapers File Motion In Tim Durham, Fair Finance Case

Two newspapers have filed a motion to unseal federal search warrants connected to FBI raids of businesses owned by Timothy S. Durham. The Indianapolis Star and the Akron Beacon Journal filed their motions on Dec. 18, stating that the public has a right to know what federal investigators were seeking in the Nov. 24 raids.

The newspapers’ motion says: “The overriding public interest in recovering millions of dollars in investments for thousands of investors, as well as the overriding public interest in the integrity of the political system in which one influential person may have destroyed thousands of retirement dreams, require that all documents issued in connection with Fair Finance and Timothy S. Durham be public.”

In a previous court filing, federal authorities alleged that Fair Finance, purchased in 2002 by Indianapolis businessman Timothy S. Durham, was being operated as a Ponzi scheme.

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