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Big Names Accused of Sniffing Coke in OC

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Randy Lee Soderstrom, a business man already in prison for 12 years, is pointing the finger at well-known names in a federal racketeering case: "An inmate at Folsom Prison who claims he supplied drugs to Broadcom Corp. billionaire Henry T. Nicholas III says in a federal racketeering lawsuit that he also delivered cocaine to Nicholas' Broadcom co-founder and Anaheim Ducks owner Henry Samueli, as well as former Orange County Sheriff Michael Carona, it was reported Friday." To that, lawyers for Corona, who is an easy target considering his past, are saying "preposterous."