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A former Guinness chairman posted $830,000 bail.

Ernest Saunders, who will be allowed to remain free for another eight weeks, said he was “incensed at the allegations of dishonesty and wrongdoing made against me,” and vowed: “Those who are responsible for my current situation will be exposed.” Saunders, 51, faces charges of obstructing justice and destroying documents. He was fired in January as chairman and chief executive of the giant British brewer for his alleged role in a takeover scandal.


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