Friday, May 30, 2008

Defense Contractor Pleads Guilty

A Department of Justice Press Release reports that "[a] former manager of a West Sayville, N.Y., company pleaded guilty and has agreed to serve a jail sentence and pay a criminal fine for his role in two separate conspiracies, one to rig bids on U.S. Navy contracts for metal sling hoist assemblies and another to accept kickbacks from vendors and subcontractors."  The agreement calls for a year and a day in prison, payment of a $10,000 fine and cooperation in the government's investigation.

(esp)(blogging from Firenze, Italy)

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