Veco executives plead guilty to bribi...

Veco executives plead guilty to bribing officials

There are 1 comment on the Anchorage Daily News story from May 8, 2007, titled Veco executives plead guilty to bribing officials. In it, Anchorage Daily News reports that:

Published: May 8, 2007 Last Modified: May 8, 2007 at 03:25 PM Bill Allen, a welder who took the Veco Corp.

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#1 May 8, 2007
Since politicians are allowed to use leftover campaign funds to defend themselves in CRIMINAL court, of which most are CONVICTED, we need an amendment to this law that states unequivocally that they must post surety in cash or property for however much they want to use out the campaign money that way if they are found GUILTY they must surrender the cash and or the property is sold off and the money returned to the campaign fund.

If they need more campaign money for defense in a CRIMINAL trial, surrender more land deeds.

Not guilty? Keep your money and goods.

No free CRIMINAL defense ride for convicted politicians.

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