Fundraiser Testifies About PAC at DeLay Trial

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    Former Republican Congressman Tom DeLay is charged with money laundering and conspiracy to commit money laundering.

    Testimony has resumed in the Austin trial of Tom DeLay, with the fundraiser of the former U.S. House Majority Leader's political action committee being questioned by prosecutors.

    Warren Robold continued telling jurors Thursday what he did for the PAC, which prosecutors say was used by DeLay to illegally funnel corporate money into 2002 GOP legislative races in Texas. Robold began testifying a day earlier.

    DeLay is charged with money laundering and conspiracy to commit money laundering. The former Houston-are congressman has denied wrongdoing.

    Charges of accepting illegal corporate contributions were dropped against Robold earlier this year, though prosecutors say he's not testifying as part of any deal.