San Antonio attorney Mikal Watts, right, leaves the federal courthouse in Gulfport Oct. 29 after he pleaded not guilty in a 95-count indictment charging him and six others with BP fraud. He was with his attorney, Robert McDuff of Jackson.
San Antonio attorney Mikal Watts, right, leaves the federal courthouse in Gulfport Oct. 29 after he pleaded not guilty in a 95-count indictment charging him and six others with BP fraud. He was with his attorney, Robert McDuff of Jackson.
San Antonio attorney Mikal Watts, right, leaves the federal courthouse in Gulfport Oct. 29 after he pleaded not guilty in a 95-count indictment charging him and six others with BP fraud. He was with his attorney, Robert McDuff of Jackson.

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