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March 23, 2010

Fed official convicted in immigration investigation

Homeland Security administrator encouraged cleaning woman to stay in US


DiMento said both he and Henderson were disappointed in the outcome. Asked how Henderson took the news, he said, "She's a very strong woman."

DiMento said he will ask Judge Douglas Woodlock to rule on a motion to set aside the verdict and enter a judgment of acquittal within the next seven days based on insufficient evidence, the same motion he filed during the trial. He said he will also ask for a new trial and, depending on the outcome of that, would then appeal.

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