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June 30, 2005



Sean Coffey, a lawyer for Hevesi, said a "modest" living allowance would be made for Ebbers' wife, Kristie. He would not give the amount.

I realize this is nothing out of the ordinary but whenever I hear "modest allowance", I can't help but think of that bit Chris Rock did about Nicole Brown and the OJ trial (the "I am not saying he should have [...] but I understand" stand-up bit).

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