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  Idaho GOP leader Hall fired as deputy prosecutor, quits national committee after stalking conviction
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Last EditedHomegrown Democrat  Nov 11, 2009 08:13am
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AuthorDan Popkey
News DateMonday, November 9, 2009 02:00:00 PM UTC0:0
DescriptionBlake Hall, a leading figure in Idaho and national politics for 25 years, was fired Monday as a deputy prosecuting attorney in eastern Idaho and has resigned from the Republican National Committee.

Hall, a former member of the state Board of Education, pleaded guilty Friday to stalking a former girlfriend and is serving a 15-day jail sentence. He also was sentenced to a year of supervised probation. A six-month jail sentence was suspended.

Idaho Falls police reported that witnesses said Hall disposed of used condoms on the lawn of the woman's house. Nineteen condoms were turned over to police, collected on 10 different dates, according to a police report. Both Hall and his lawyer acknowledged the condoms belonged to him, according to a police report.
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