Vol. 1, Issue 3 The News Organ of Liberty City Sunday April 1st, 2001
" All The News, None of the Blues "
 Real Estate
 Stolen Goods
 TV Listings

"Just a Business Man"
By Julius Cohen, Liberty Tree News Bureau
April 1st 2001 4:36pm EST

Salvatore Leone
Just a Businessman with poor numeracy;
Salvatore Leone
Salvatore Leone walked free from a federal court yesterday, as the case against him collapsed. Leone, who had been on trial for tax evasion, a case that the state prosecutor intended to turn into a racketeering charge, smiled as he walked free from the courts in downtown Liberty City. Leone had been on trial after Inland Revenue experts found serious accounting irregularities in the Leone books, including $450,000 of undeclared income. MORE

Police Helicopters To Help Fight Crime
Liberty Tree News Bureau
April 1st 2001 3:16pm EST
LIBERTY CITY (RS) - Trudy Fink

It's a Chopper
A crime suspect about to be introduced to Liberty City's latest crime fighters
Liberty City's beleaguered police department has finally gotten some help. After years of under-funding and low morale, a new fleet of helicopters has been purchased to help patrol the city streets. The choppers, each manned by a team of sharp shooters, will be used to counter the recent spate of car jacking and street crime that has hit our city. MORE

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Medicine and Healthcare:
Zaibatsu Release Equanox
Liberty Tree News Bureau
April 1st 2001 1:00pm EST
LIBERTY CITY (RS) - Brian Robinson

Zaibatsu Pharmaceuticals, the pharmaceutical arm of Liberty City's very own Zaibatsu Corporation, unveiled their new wonder drug, Equanox, yesterday at the city's annual Beneficial Chemicals Trade Show. Equanox, hailed as a wonder drug by its inventors is a new attempt to conquer that very modern malaise, dissatisfaction. MORE

Insurance Costs Soar
Liberty Tree News Bureau
April 1st 2001 11:07am EST
LIBERTY CITY (RS) - Bill Tautz

Insurance premiums are set to rise above the rate of inflation for the seventh year running. Figures showing a rise in car crime by 18% have prompted insurers to raise premiums across the board for residents of Liberty. MORE

Pollution "not bad for health"
Liberty Tree News Bureau
April 1st 2001 09:11am EST
LIBERTY CITY (RS) - Thomas Stewart

A government body said the recent oil spill in Liberty City harbor "would cause no lasting damage to Liberty City inhabitants, as long as they don't swim, or drink tap water." MORE

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