Hsu is hardly the first big fundraiser to create headaches for a candidate. Michigan lawyer Geoffrey Fieger, famous for representing doctor Jack Kevorkian in his trial for assisting suicides, was indicted in August on charges of conspiring to illegally reimburse his firm’s employees for contributions made to the 2004 campaign of John Edwards. And disgraced lobbyist Jack Abramoff was among the “Pioneers” and “Rangers” who gathered $100,000 to $200,000 in campaign cash for President George W. Bush.

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