FILE - This June 2011 file booking photo provided by Albuquerque Police shows F. Chris Garcia, in Albuquerque, N.M. Garcia is accused of helping run an online prostitution ring. A New Mexico judge ruled in June that a website linked to Garcia, a former University of New Mexico president and a retired New Jersey physics professor, was legal. The ruling complicated the case for New Mexico prosecutors, who were preparing to present to a grand jury their case against Garcia and retired Fairleigh Dickinson University physics professor David C. Flory, who has a home in Santa Fe. The two were accused of helping oversee a prostitution website called "Southwest Companions." (AP Photo/Albuquerque Police)
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