Former FBI Official Cops Plea In Ethics Case

Law360, New York (September 26, 2013, 5:59 PM ET) -- A one-time assistant director for the FBI has agreed to plead guilty to ethics violations after he was charged with putting former government contacts to use in his new job at an investigative services firm within a year of leaving the bureau, according to a Wednesday filing.

Kenneth W. Kaiser, 57, of Hopkinton, Mass., was charged with one count of making prohibited post-employment contacts after he was hired as a consultant for LocatePlus to handle an internal investigation regarding corporate misconduct by the company’s former CEO...
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Case Title

USA v. Kaiser

Case Number

1:13-cr-10264

Court

Massachusetts

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Date Filed

September 12, 2013

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