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US Senator ‘mistaken’ over men’s toilet conduct

October 2, 2018
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BOISE, Idaho – Republican US Senator Larry Craig of Idaho saidtoday he was not gay and had made a mistake in pleading guilty todisorderly conduct following a June arrest at a Minnesota airportmen’s toilet. – Brisbane Times (The Brisbane Times — 3 hours ago)
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Republican US Senator Larry Craig of Idaho said today he was notgay and had made a mistake in pleading guilty to disorderly conductafter his arrest at a Minnesota airport men’s toilet. (The Age — 29 minutes ago)
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Republican US Senator Larry Craig of Idaho said on Tuesday he wasnot gay and had made a mistake in pleading guilty to disorderlyconduct following a June arrest at a Minnesota airport men’stoilet. (Sydney Morning Herald — 2 hours ago)
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WASHINGTON: A US Republican senator has confirmed that he pleadedguilty this month to a charge of disorderly conduct in a men’spublic toilet at a Minnesota airport, but denied he did anythingwrong. (Sydney Morning Herald — 9 hours ago)
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A Republican senator admits pleading guilty to a charge ofdisorderly conduct in a men’s toilet at a Minnesota airport. (The Age — 10 hours ago)
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A US senator admits pleading guilty to disorderly conduct but says his actions in a men’s toilet were misconstrued. (BBC News — 4 hours ago)
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Sen. Larry Craig said that he “overreacted and made a poor decision” in pleading guilty to disorderly conduct after his June arrest following an incident in a Minneapolis airport bathroom. (CNN — 2 hours ago)
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Senator Larry E. Craig of Idaho pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct after making what a police officer described as sexual advances from an adjoining stall. (New York Times — 18 hours ago)
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Sen. Larry Craig of Idaho pleaded guilty this month to misdemeanor disorderly conduct after being arrested at the Minneapolis airport. (MSNBC — 28 August, 2007)
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Conservative, liberal activists condemn Idaho senator, while many GOP colleagues stay silent. (Washington Post — 3 hours ago)
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