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By The Associated Press

Some of the payments accepted by Rep. Randy "Duke" Cunningham as detailed in his plea agreement:

? $200,000 toward the purchase of his Arlington, Va., condominium.

? $140,000 to a third party for the "Duke-Stir" yacht, which was moved to his boat slip for his use.

? $16,867.13 to a marine services company for repairs to his own yacht, the "Kelly C."

? $12,000 paid to an antique store for three night stands, a leaded glass cabinet, a washstand, a buffet and four armoires.

? $6,632 paid to a furniture store for a leather sofa and a sleigh-style bed.

? $7,200 paid to an antique store for a circa 1850 Louis Phillipe period commode and a circa 1830 Restoration period commode.

? $13,500 toward the purchase of a Rolls-Royce.

? $17,889.96 for repairs to the Rolls-Royce.

? $11,393.56 paid to a moving company to ship his belongings from his Arlington condominium to his San Diego-area home.

? $2,081.30 paid to a Washington, D.C., hotel for his daughter's graduation party.

? $9,200 paid to a manufacturer for two Laser Shot shooting simulators.

? $10,000 paid to various hotels, resorts and restaurants for his meals and entertainment expenses.

? Hundreds of thousands of dollars in cash to him and a company he controlled.

? Source: Plea agreement filed in U.S. District Court.


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