U.S. soldier admits leaking information on Iraq in return for $ 3.7 million

U.S. soldier admits leaking information on Iraq in return for $ 3.7 million

Monday 10 September 2012

Follow-up – and babysit –
– Admitted a soldier in the U.S. Army was working within the Corps of Engineers in Iraq, last Friday, by receiving a bribe of approximately $ 3.7 million after introducing classified information to two men working for foreign companies awarded government contracts in Iraq.

The Federal prosecutors, that John Alvi safety Marcus, had received bribes from men working in companies, and obtained the Iraqi government contracts worth $ 50 million, under a plan of reconstruction in Iraq, where Marcos was working for the U.S. occupation forces at the base of Spyker In Tikrit emergency operations, from 2005 to 2008 overseeing the contracts awarded.

He acknowledged the safety Marcus, pleaded guilty in fraud, and money laundering, and he did not file a financial report on his fortune to the U.S. Treasury, where Marcus faces up to 35 years in prison, and a fine of $ 750,000. And will be judged on the eighth of January next year.

Prosecutors confirmed that the safety Marcus used his job to manipulate and influence the bidding, selection, from reconstruction contracts, and the court has evidence that the accused men provided confidential information about tenders, financial and approve the amendment and bills.
Source: alrayy