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'''Barry Harcross''' is a character from the [[Grand Theft Auto]] series who is mentioned on the [[Liberty Tree]] website [http://www.rockstargames.com/libertytree/feb2001/story4.html]. Barry Harcross is a businessman from [[Liberty City in GTA III Era|Liberty City]], who in 1997 was falsely charged by the FBI for money laundering for the mob in his construction company, of importing drugs from his Colombian Office and of other crimes. Charges however were dropped after three key witnesses decided against lying in court and some evidence was deemed inadmissible.
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'''Barry Harcross''' is a character in the [[3D Universe]] who is mentioned on the [[Liberty Tree]] promotional website [http://www.rockstargames.com/libertytree/feb2001/story4.html] for [[Grand Theft Auto III]].
  
He left the United States of America for South America, but returned to Liberty City in February 2001, thinking of buying the Liberty Tree newspaper. He told the Liberty Tree website: "Thanks for believing in me, Liberty City. I want to get on with my life. These allegations were nonsense, and I want to do what I do best, bringing jobs and investment to our great city." His return to Liberty City led to the return of [[Donald Love]], who began buying media outlets for his [[Love Media]] company.
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==Character history==
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Barry Harcross is a businessman from [[Liberty City in GTA III Era|Liberty City]], who in [[1997]] was falsely charged by the [[Federal Bureau of Investigation#3D Universe|FBI]] for money laundering for the mob in his construction company, of importing drugs from his [[Colombia]]n Office and of other crimes. Charges however were dropped after three key witnesses decided against lying in court and some evidence was deemed inadmissible.
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He left the [[United States of America|United States]] for South America, but returned to Liberty City in February [[2001]], thinking of buying the [[Liberty Tree]] newspaper. He told the Liberty Tree website: "Thanks for believing in me, Liberty City. I want to get on with my life. These allegations were nonsense, and I want to do what I do best, bringing jobs and investment to our great city." His return to Liberty City led to the return of [[Donald Love]], who began buying media outlets for his [[Love Media]] company.
  
 
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* [http://www.rockstargames.com/libertytree/mar2001/story2.html ''Liberty Tree Story (March 2001)'']
 
* [http://www.rockstargames.com/libertytree/mar2001/story2.html ''Liberty Tree Story (March 2001)'']
  
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Latest revision as of 23:01, 9 July 2014

Character
Barry Harcross
Appearances GTA III
Full Name Barry Harcross
Status

Alive

Gender Gender::Male
Place of Birth Liberty City
Businesses Unnamed construction business
Occupation Businessman

Barry Harcross is a character in the 3D Universe who is mentioned on the Liberty Tree promotional website [1] for Grand Theft Auto III.

Character history

Barry Harcross is a businessman from Liberty City, who in 1997 was falsely charged by the FBI for money laundering for the mob in his construction company, of importing drugs from his Colombian Office and of other crimes. Charges however were dropped after three key witnesses decided against lying in court and some evidence was deemed inadmissible.

He left the United States for South America, but returned to Liberty City in February 2001, thinking of buying the Liberty Tree newspaper. He told the Liberty Tree website: "Thanks for believing in me, Liberty City. I want to get on with my life. These allegations were nonsense, and I want to do what I do best, bringing jobs and investment to our great city." His return to Liberty City led to the return of Donald Love, who began buying media outlets for his Love Media company.

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