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Albert Gonzalez asks to withdraw his guilty pleas, saying his activities were authorized and directed by U.S. government agents.
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Albert Gonzalez, who pleaded guilty to snatching customer credit card numbers from T.J.Maxx, BJ's Wholesale Club, and Barnes & Noble, faces decades in prison.
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Albert Gonzalez faces 25 years in prison and $3 million in fines and restitution related to charges in New York and Boston, while a New Jersey case is pending.