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An executive for a company hired by a subsidiary of US company Halliburton to fly cargo into Iraq under a military contract has pleaded guilty to inflating invoices by $US1.14 million ($1.5 million) to cover fraudulent war-risk surcharges.
Christopher Joseph Cahill, 51, of Katy, Texas, will be sentenced May 26 in federal court in Rock Island, Illinois, where the Army Field Support Command that administered the contract is located.
The fraud charge against Cahill had been sealed pending his plea agreement, which was announced on Thursday by federal officials.
Originally posted by xpert11
Why not let the people of Iraq rebuild there country ?