5 Charged In $13M Postal Service Bribery Scheme

Law360, New York (May 12, 2011, 7:09 PM EDT) -- A Michigan federal grand jury indicted five U.S. Postal Service supervisors Wednesday for steering $13 million in maintenance contracts to a company in exchange for thousands of dollars in bribes and other inducements, including erectile dysfunction drugs and a “high-performance” Ford Pinto.

Denny Robinson, Bruce Plumb, Gregory Gorski, Jeffery Adams and Mancer Holmes were each hit with a single charge of conspiracy to commit bribery, which carries a five-year prison term, in separate indictments.

Robinson and Holmes face an additional 15 years in prison for each...
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