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City: Oread hotel developer admitted to much of alleged tax scheme

Fritzel silent since lawsuit was filed against hotel

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Lawrence developer Thomas Fritzel watches a video presentation of a Rock Chalk Park proposal during the city commission meeting on Tuesday, Feb. 19, 2013, at City Hall.

It has been more than two weeks since the city filed a lawsuit alleging Oread hotel developer Thomas Fritzel committed a fraudulent tax scheme, and Fritzel and his attorneys have yet to publicly comment about the high-stakes case.

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