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A now former CEO of a red-light camera firm now has a $2 million fine and is sentenced to 30 months in prison after being caught red-handed bribing public officials in two states.
Karen Finley, the former chief executive of Redflex Traffic Systems, an Australia-based company, was found guilty of paying off a Chicago official in order to help her company win contracts for the installation of these red-light cameras.
Finley had already been serving a 14-month sentence for her role in bribing a public official in Ohio and has now doubled her prison sentence.