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Imprisoned Mississippi attorney Richard “Dickie” Scruggs has been accused of involvement in another judicial bribe plot, this time involving $15 million in asbestos injury settlement monies and the help of a U.S. senator.

The claims against Mr. Scruggs, who gained national attention with class actions against property insurers and the tobacco industry, were contained in a federal lawsuit filed last week by Attorney William Roberts Wilson Jr.

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