Janklow, Guilty Of Manslaughter, To Leave Congress

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A jury in Flandreau, S.D., found U.S. Rep. Bill Janklow guilty of felony manslaughter and three misdemeanors yesterday in an August highway collision that killed a farmer. Janklow, 64, said he would resign his seat Jan. 20, the day of his sentence. He could face a prison term. The Republican Janklow was South Dakota’s attorney
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