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A midlevel executive for Enron Corp.'s defunct broadband unit pleaded guilty Tuesday to filing false tax returns that failed to identify more than $79,000 in income from 1997 to 2000.

The tax evasion charge stems from a 1997 deal to sell wind farms Enron owned in California. Larry Lawyer, 34, became the fourth person federal prosecutors have secured a guilty plea from in their probe of Enron.

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