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“Marti” Africa, although he acknowledged knowing her and serving on several state Bar committees with her in past years.
Martha Africa operates an attorney recruitment company in San Francisco. She was unavailable to discuss the case Monday, but said she would comment soon.
Brosnahan became embroiled in partisan national politics when he contributed $1,000 to the Clinton-Gore campaign five days before the 1992 presidential election, while he was a member of then former Special Prosecutor Lawrence Walsh’s Iran-contra team.
Republicans accused Brosnahan of partisanship when he filed notes in court papers that allegedly contradicted President George Bush’s claim that he had been “out of the loop” in the scandal.
Brosnahan told Berkeley police that he had seen Africa for counseling “12 to 15 times” in the early 1980s, but had had no contact with him since, according to the police report.