Former Exec In Kickback Scheme Pressed On Inconsistencies

Law360 (November 6, 2019, 10:13 PM EST) -- The ex-business partner of the former president of a nuclear logistics company on trial for allegedly participating in a bribery scheme to secure contracts from a Russian state uranium supplier on Wednesday was repeatedly pressed to explain why he offered different dates for the conspiracy's beginning.

The attorney for Mark Lambert, the former co-president of Transport Logistics International Inc., repeatedly queried Daren Condrey on his inconsistent statements to the FBI about the origins of the conspiracy in the second day of testimony in Lambert's trial.

Condrey testified that he first became aware of the scheme to pay bribe money to a...

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