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  • However Noe is appealing his conviction and sentence, contending he did not receive a fair trial because of the media attention surrounding his case.

    Liquidation of Noe Rare Coin Fund grosses over $60 Million : Coin Collecting News

  • This brand new, luxurious residence in Noe Valley, San Francisco replaces an inefficient 800 sq ft shack on Hoffman Avenue.

    BEDZED: Beddington Zero Energy Development in London | Inhabitat

  • I was driving delivery routes to natural food stores, and I had just parked on 24th Street in Noe Valley, just turned off my ignition, when the quake hit.

    ESCAPE FIRES

  • Noe is the second Bush "Pioneer" to run afoul of the law.

    June 2006

  • That fundraising by Noe is currently the subject of a federal grand jury investigation (which is getting really interesting as you will see below): President Bush will return $4,000 in campaign contributions donated by Toledo area coin dealer Tom Noe and his wife, officials said yesterday.

    06/03/2005

  • Noe is in trouble because an estimated $12 million to $13 million in state money from a worker's compensation fund is missing after being invested in rare coin funds that Noe controls.

    06/06/2005

  • Noe is currently the subject of 13 investigations.

    October 2005

  • For starters, top GOP fundraiser, Tom Noe, who was the Bush campaign fundraising guru in Ohio, had to quit a couple of plum appointments (oh yeah, Noe is facing both state and federal investigations): A day after the state said it would pull $50 million in investments managed by Toledo area coin dealer Tom Noe, he resigned yesterday from both the Ohio Turnpike Commission and the Ohio Board of Regents.

    05/11/2005

  • Bush's "Pioneer" Noe is a clearly a guy that the Ohio GOP feels comfortable with $50 million in public funds.

    05/01/2005

  • Conrad and his decision to invest $50 million in Noe's fund was supported by Ken Blackwell, the Secretary of State and a candidate for Governor (who oversaw the 2004 elections).

    05/27/2005

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