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"EPA Workers Charged With Falsifying Data [National News]." Washington Post, 26 Aug 99, A4. "EPA Workers Indicted In Indian Water Case [National News Briefs]." New York Times, 26 Aug 99, A14.
Two EPA employees, Marc M. Radell (a lawyer in the Philadelphia office of regional counsel) and Claudia Johnson (an environmental specialist in the Chicago office's water division), were indicted today on four felony counts of perjury and obstruction of justice. They have been charged with falsifying documents that supported the agency's legal defense of its 1996 decision to let some Native-American tribes in Wisconsin regulate the surface water quality in and around their reservations near Green Bay, Wisconsin.
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