Martha Symington's lawyer tells jury of governor's profligacy
Symington's lawyers seem to be scoring points--until the record is examined
Tentative pact would seal some records in Symington bankruptcy case
Symington's conflicting financial statements provide creditors with plenty of ammo
Conflicting financial statements from 1990 may leave Symington vulnerable to creditors and prosecutors
MINORITIES ARE REFUSED MORTGAGES. BANKS WON'T LEND IN LOW-INCOME NEIGHBORHOODS. IT'S CALLED REDLINING, AND IT'S STILL THRIVING IN PHOENIX.
HIS REAL ESTATE EMPIRE HAS COLLAPSED. THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT SAYS HE'S TOO BROKE TO BOTHER SUING. BUT GOVERNOR SYMINGTON WILL NEVER REALLY BE POOR.