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January 25, 2002
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A man who fled to Israel after being accused of stealing from U.S. anti-poverty programs pleaded guilty to conspiracy and mail fraud. After being extradited from Israel last August, Chaim Berger, 76, admitted Wednesday in a New York court that he sought federal aid for schools and businesses that didn’t exist or weren’t qualified.

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