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Kerry Khan & Lee Khan plead guilty in USACE bribery scandal

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Alexander, 56, formerly of Woodbridge, Va., pled guilty in February 2012 to federal charges of bribery and conspiracy to commit money laundering. Babb, 60, formerly of Sterling, Va., pled guilty in March 2012 to federal charges of bribery and unlawful kickbacks.

Cho, 40, formerly of Great Falls, Va., pled guilty in September 2011 to one count of conspiracy to commit bribery, money laundering, and wire fraud, and to defraud the United States, and one count of bribery. Another former Nova Datacom employee, Theodoros Hallas, 40, of Potomac, Md., the company’s former Executive Vice President, pled guilty in October 2011 to one count of conspiracy to commit wire fraud.

McKinney, 52, of Waldorf, Md., the president of Alpha Technology Group, pled guilty in February 2012 to bribery. James Edward Miller, 64, formerly of Virginia Beach, Va., the owner of Big Surf Construction Management LLC, pled guilty on April 17, 2012 to a federal charge of conspiracy to commit money laundering

All of the defendants are awaiting sentencing.

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  1. Comment by ARMY CONTRACTING COMMAND WATCH:

    The Army have proven time and again – Contracting for the Army in Kuwait and Rock Island is a Criminal Enterprise with General Officers involved. Army Contracting Command needs to be shut down just as Al Capone was shut down – they need to have their warrents removed and turn over that function to DCMA.

    Where is Congress and how many more cases do they have to see.

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