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Former Rite-Aid CEO May Get Up To 10 Years

Reuters 05/13/2004

A plea bargain agreement may mean that the former chief executive of Rite-Aid, Martin Grass, may serve up to 10 years in jail for pleading guilty to federal conspiracy to defraud and justice obstruction charges.

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Former Rite-Aid CEO May Get Up To 10 Years

Reuters 05/13/2004

A plea bargain agreement may mean that the former chief executive of Rite-Aid, Martin Grass, may serve up to 10 years in jail for pleading guilty to federal conspiracy to defraud and justice obstruction charges.

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