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Verdict split in Llenroc case

George found guilty of harboring illegal immigrant

Annie George, owner of the Llenroc mansion in Rexford, left, leaves the Federal Courthouse in Albany inMarch 2013 following jury selection in a trial where she is accused of harboring an illegal alien for financial gain.
Annie George, owner of the Llenroc mansion in Rexford, left, leaves the Federal Courthouse in Albany inMarch 2013 following jury selection in a trial where she is accused of harboring an illegal alien for financial gain.
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Annie George, owner of the iconic Llenroc mansion, was convicted Friday of harboring an illegal immigrant at her Rexford estate. The federal court jury, though, acquitted her on the more serious charge of harboring an illegal immigrant for financial gain. The verdict indicates the jury found that George knew or should have known that Valsamma Mathai, who had lived with the family for more than five years, was an illegal immigrant. But the acquittal on ...


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justapto
March 8, 2013
7:47 p.m.

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This mansion has been an evil place and brought trouble and dispair to all who have owned it. It is inhabited with the spirits of greed, self promotion and opulence to the maximum degree. Turn this place over to a convent or home for priests. No good will ever reside here. It is Haunted!

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