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This profile was last updated on 9/18/04  and contains information from public web pages.

Mrs. Rebecca Radich

Wrong Rebecca Radich?


Employment History

  • Aide
  • Position, District Office
  • Position, Office
Web References
Habay faces two felony charges -, 18 Sept 2004 [cached]
"The nature of the people bringing the charges speaks for itself," Habay said after the hearing, referring to George and Rebecca Radich, of Shaler, who testified against him before the Ethics Commission.
Rebecca Radich once worked in Habay's office.
Ex-employees testify about fund raising for Rep. Habay, 9 Dec 2005 [cached]
But yesterday's often contentious session halted at one point when one witness, former Habay aide Rebecca Radich, was moved to tears under cross examination by defense co-counsel John Elash.
"That's quite different," Mrs. Radich said.
The questioning ended when Mrs. Radich said she was unaware of various complaints her husband, George, had brought about Mr. Habay after she was fired, because "I was dealing with a mother who was dying."
Mr. Elash asked Mrs. Radich how her mother was now doing.
"She died," Mrs. Radich replied, then broke down.Judge Manning ordered a break and Mrs. Radich did not return to the stand.
Habay fined for using state workers to campaign -, 18 June 2004 [cached]
Rebecca Radich, who worked in Habay's district office from 1997 to 2000, told investigators the political activities "always went on.
Both sides fail to settle Habay audit case, 10 Aug 2004 [cached]
Rebecca Radich had worked as a secretary in Habay's office since 1996.
The ruling will help to settle whether Radich and the other petitioners are true vanguards of the public interest, a cabal with an axe to grind, or perhaps a bit of both.
As was the case July 19, when the hearing began, Radich and co-petitioner Janet Martin often had trouble phrasing their questions and were patiently guided by the judge as they rephrased them.
Simpson granted the petitioners extraordinary leeway as they fumbled their way through documents and courtroom procedures, at one time allowing Radich, who had taken the stand, essentially to question himself.
The hearing also took the form of an old-fashioned mud-slinging contest -- at one point, Radich accused Habay of putting a dead snake in his driveway, as well as poisoning his private pond.
Sheridan suggested that Radich had recently been charged in a road-rage incident and accused Radich of being the ghost author of a series of newsletters that anonymously made fun of Habay.
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