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(Salem, OR)  --  U.S. Attorney for Oregon Amanda Marshall, who's currently on a leave of absence, is reportedly accused of stalking a fellow federal prosecutor who was under 24-hour-a-day armed protective guard.  "Willamette Week" quotes unnamed sources as saying Assistant U.S. Attorney Scott Kerin filed a hostile-workplace-environment complaint against Marshall after he received unwanted text and email messages from her and was being followed by her after working hours.  Kerin was under guard because of a bounty on his life placed by Mexican drug dealers.  Marshall recently told "The Oregonian" she was taking a leave of absence because of health issues.

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