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In Pictures: A look back at Conrad Black's humbling conviction

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Security cameras show Conrad Black, left, handing boxes to his chauffeur John Hillier outside the Hollinger Inc. office on May 20, 2005, in Toronto. Black was found guilty on the obstruction of justice charge, stemming from his removal of a dozen boxes from his Toronto offices in 2005 despite a Canadian court order sealing the premises.

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A cement divider at the corner of Bay Street and Adelaide Street paraphrases Black's mantra during his trial.

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Columnist Barbara Amiel Black has stood alongside her husband throughout his trial and stay in prison.

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Conrad Black's trial became somewhat of a media circus on both sides of the border.

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Conrad Black leaves the federal building in Chicago on July 13, 2007, with his wife Barbara Amiel Black and daughter Alana Black after jurors returned a mixed verdict in his fraud and racketeering trial.

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Andy Warhol's 'Conrad Black, 1982' acrylic on canvas being put on display at the Winnipeg Art Gallery Sept. 27, 2007. The piece was a gift from Black.

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Conrad Black was accused of illegally pocketing millions of dollars that should have gone to Hollinger stockholders.

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Conrad Black has a legendary command of the English language. (Editorial Cartoon published July 12, 2007.)

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