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Kerry Khan & Lee Khan plead guilty in USACE bribery scandal

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In announcing the pleas, U.S. Attorney Machen, Special Agent in Charge Hosko, Inspector General Gustafson, Special Agent in Charge Craig, Acting Special Agent in Charge Hylton, and Director Robey thanked those who investigated the case from the FBI’s Washington Field Office; the Office of the Inspector General for the Small Business Administration; the Department of Defense’s Defense Criminal Investigative Service; the Defense Contract Audit Agency; the Washington Field Office of the Internal Revenue Service-Criminal Investigation, and the Army Criminal Investigation Command. They also expressed thanks to the U.S. Marshals Service for its assistance on the forfeiture matter.

They also praised the efforts of those who worked on the case from the U.S. Attorney’s Office, including Assistant U.S. Attorneys Michael K. Atkinson and Bryan Seeley of the Fraud and Public Corruption Section and Assistant U.S. Attorney Anthony Saler of the Asset Forfeiture and Money Laundering Section. Finally, they expressed thanks for assistance provided by former Special Assistant U.S. Attorney Christopher Dana; Forensic Accountant Maria Boodoo; Paralegal Specialists Tasha Harris, Lenisse Edloe, Shanna Hays, Taryn McLaughlin, Sarah Reis, Christopher Samson, and Nicole Wattelet, former Paralegal Specialist Jared Forney, and Legal Assistants Krishawn Graham and Jessica McCormick. (Click HERE for original article)

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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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