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Judge Seeks Keating Financial Statement: U.S. District Judge Mariana R. Pfaelzer said she would not consider reducing Charles H. Keating’s $2-million bail until the indicted former thrift executive provides sworn statements on assets he owns or controls. Keating has been in custody at the federal detention center in downtown Los Angeles since Thursday, when a federal indictment charged him and four associates with 77 counts of racketeering and fraud in connection with the 1989 collapse of Irvine-based Lincoln Savings & Loan. Pfaelzer asked for the statements during a hearing in which prosecutors and defense attorneys debated whether Keating has made full disclosure on his assets.


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