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Is Charles Wang in hot water?

From Mark Harrington of Newsday:

Former CA Inc. chief Sanjay Kumar alleges his former mentor Charles Wang “personally directed” improper accounting at the company going back to 1987, and that several long-time board members “took steps to protect Wang and conceal the facts.”

In a 27-page affidavit filed in court Tuesday by Texas billionaire Sam Wyly, Kumar depicts a cover-up within a cover-up, alleging board members Lewis Ranieri and Alfonse D’Amato “had knowledge of” the accounting misdeeds for which he went to prison — going back “at least” to 2003. Yet the accusations, which he said he communicated to a special board committee through “many” interviews, never made it into a report the board publicly filed in 2006, documenting the scandal.

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The NHL hadn’t had an ownership brush with the law for about two weeks, so apparently it was about time for another problem to arise.

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