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McTiernan guilty in Pellicano case

18 April 2006 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

Director John McTiernan pleaded guilty Monday to lying to the FBI about having investigator Anthony Pellicano illegally wiretap producer Charles Roven. McTiernan's admission before U.S. District Court Judge Dale Fischer in Los Angeles makes him the sixth person -- of the 14 charged to date -- to plead guilty in the widening scandal. McTiernan also is the highest-profile defendant to emerge in this case thus far. McTiernan, who has directed such features as Die Hard and The Hunt for Red October, pleaded guilty after reaching a plea deal with prosecutors, terms of which were kept under seal. McTiernan was allowed to remain free on bond until his July 31 sentence, at which he faces up to five years in federal prison. »

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McTiernan guilty in Pellicano case

18 April 2006 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

Director John McTiernan pleaded guilty Monday to lying to the FBI about having investigator Anthony Pellicano wiretap producer Charles Roven. McTiernan's admission before U.S. District Court Judge Dale Fischer in Los Angeles makes him the sixth person -- of the 14 charged to date -- to plead guilty in the widening scandal. McTiernan also is the highest-profile defendant to emerge in this case thus far. McTiernan, who has directed such features as Die Hard and The Hunt for Red October, pleaded guilty after reaching a plea deal with prosecutors, terms of which were kept under seal. McTiernan was allowed to remain free on bond until his July 31 sentence, at which he faces up to five years in federal prison. »

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Feds charge director McTiernan

4 April 2006 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

Director John McTiernan was charged Monday by federal prosecutors with lying to the FBI about having private investigator Anthony Pellicano eavesdrop on producer Charles Roven. The single count of making a false statement makes McTiernan (Die Hard, The Hunt for Red October) the 14th person charged in connection with Pellicano, a private investigator who is accused of conducting illegal phone taps and criminal background checks on behalf of clients. McTiernan, who is scheduled to be arraigned in U.S. District Court in Los Angeles on April 17, is accused of making the false statement in an interview with the FBI on Feb. 13. »

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