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The battle for control of the Bank of Glen Burnie is turning into a soap opera.
With two former governors, two lawsuits, a sexual harassment claim and a trucking magnate who loves a good proxy fight, the story line is keeping local industry watchers in suspense.
"This is just a very bizarre thing," said one participant in the ongoing struggle who asked to remain anonymous.
Even Edwin F. Hale Sr., the Baltimore trucking company owner and First Mariner Bank chairman who is trying to take over the bank, is amazed at the intricate web of relationships involved in this corporate tiff. When he took over Bank of Baltimore in 1991, he mostly took on institutional …