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The case against 29 defendants including suspended state Sen. Leland Yee and convicted Chinatown gang leader Raymond “Shrimp Boy” Chow will have to be split into smaller groups before the case can go to trial, federal prosecutors said in a hearing in San Francisco Thursday.But prosecutors are still in the process of turning over vast amounts of evidence in the case and argued Thursday that it would be premature to discuss groupings of defendants until defense attorneys have access to all of the materials, prosecutors said.U.S. District Judge Charles Breyer agreed and sought at Thursday’s status conference to have the evidence disseminated as quickly as possible.Defense attorneys argued the defendants are likely to be grouped along two different criminal enterprises alleged in the 228-count indictment, but prosecutors said there is considerable overlap in the evidence and investigation between the two groups.Yee is accused of conducting an ongoing criminal enterprise with former San Francisco school board president Keith Jackson, who allegedly solicited bribes and campaign contributions in exchange for political favors by Yee.That enterprise allegedly included a never-completed plot by Yee, Jackson and Daly City dentist Wilson Lim to import guns from the Philippines.Chow, Jackson and 15 others are accused in a separate racketeering charge of conducting an organized crime enterprise that included selling drugs and guns, money laundering, gun sales, schemes to buy stolen property and a murder-for-hire plot that was never carried out.
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