The American Judiciary: Charging Iraqi contractors with the Pentagon

WASHINGTON - ALSHARQIYA, September 19: The US Justice Department charged two persons who own companies in Iraq with paying bribes to obtain US Defense Department contracts to supply goods and services to US forces in this country.

The ministry said in a statement that Mark Alan Friday and Lara Jumah Muhammad, both of whom reside in Iraq, were included in an indictment filed in the US District of Columbia on charges of conspiracy and offering bribes to a public official.

  The statement quoted Acting Assistant Attorney General Brian C. Rabbit as saying that the bribery plan sought to undermine the Pentagon’s efforts to legally contract abroad.


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