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November 1, 2004
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FBI agents questioned the Israeli at the center of a scandal that ended the career of New Jersey’s governor. Two agents interviewed Golan Cipel at length Wednesday in his parents’ apartment in Rishon Letzion, Israel. Cipel’s U.S. lawyer, Paul Batista, said the former adviser to Gov. James McGreevey maintained that he never had a homosexual fair with the governor, and that he was “as straight as Clint Eastwood.”

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