In-person conversation between Michael McClain and Fidel Marquez | ComEd Exhibit 123-T

Michael McClain speaks in-person with Fidel Marquez: “Don’t put anything in writing.”

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CASE TITLE: United States v. McClain, et al.


MARQUEZ: I just don’t know how he’ll react to that.

MCCLAIN:: I don’t either, and he could just easily require something in writing, but I would say to you don’t.

MARQUEZ: Ok. That was John’s suggestion. But my dilemma is I got to go in to Joe and say here’s, this is under your budget, here’s Jay’s contract. He’s gonna say, how much is this for What’s all included? What, what are we paying Jay for?

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