Military Equipment Execs Go on Trial Over 'Pay-to-Play' Allegations

The U.S. government’s closely watched foreign bribery sting case that nabbed 22 arms and military equipment industry executives and employees began Tuesday in Washington, where a prosecutor described to jurors an allegedly corrupt deal to sell $15 million worth of supplies to the defense minister of Gabon.Visit International News

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