Ex-FBI Agent Pleads Not Guilty To $54M Contract Probe Scheme

Law360, New York (October 30, 2012, 8:00 PM ET) -- A retired FBI agent who prosecutors say tried to mislead fellow agents about a friend's purported $54 million government contract fraud pled not guilty to federal obstruction of justice charges Tuesday in Utah federal court, a U.S. Department of Justice spokesperson said. 

Former FBI special agent Robert G. Lustyik Jr., 50, pled not guilty to an 11-count indictment alleging he obstructed justice by using his position to stave off the criminal investigation of American International Security Corp. chief Michael Taylor, 51, who was under investigation for...
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