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Judicial Watch • John F. Keenan – 2004

John F. Keenan – 2004

John F. Keenan – 2004

Page 1: John F. Keenan – 2004

Category:Federal Judges

Number of Pages:4

Date Created:November 27, 2005

Date Uploaded to the Library:November 08, 2014

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ill. NON-INVESTMENT INCOME. (Repon;,,g 1nd1vidudr spouse:PP. 11-24 oflnslrVt:lio.u.J 
DATE Fliers No11-lnvesbnent Income 
NONE (No repoliable non-investment income.) 
 
2004 New York Pension-Retired New York 35,000 2004 Fordham I.aw School for lectures 10,000 Dublin, Ireland 	Spouses Non-Investment Income -Iryon were married during a.ny portion ofthe re?orting year, please complete this section.. (dollar.amount not required except for honorari.a) NONE (No reportable non-investment income.) 
 
IV. REIJfBURSEM:ENTS  tnulSportation, lodging, food. entertainment. (Includes those spouse and dependent children. See pp. 2S-27ofInstructions.) 
NONE (No such reportable reimbursements.) 
Fordham Law School Transportation itnd Hotel July 3-12; 2004 for Lectures Dublin, Ireland 
 
4/25/05 
VII. Page INVESTMENTS and TRUSTS -income, value, transactions (lnc/wies those 
spouse and deperuient children. See pp. 3-57 InstrucJions.) NONE (No rcpor1ablc income, 
Int. Chase Bank Country Bank Int. u.s. Savings Bonds 
 
Ford M:n:or O::uuon stock Div. 
 
 
 
 
FINAN CIA.I. DISCLOSURE REPORT 
VIII. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION EXPLANATIONS (Indicate part Report.) 
 
 
IX. CERTIFICATION. certify that all information given above (including information penainingto spouse and minor dependent children, any) accurate, true,andcompleteto the best knowledge and belief, and that any information not reportedwas withheld because metapplicable 
statutory provisions permitting non-disclosure. 
,,;_ fiu1her certify that earned income from outside employment and honorariaand the acceptance gifts which have been reported are compliance with the provisions U.S.C. app.,  501 et. seq., U.S.C.  7353 and Judicial Conference regulations.