La. Man Charged With Bribery In $3.2M Afghanistan Contract

Law360, New York (December 14, 2012, 5:44 PM EST) -- Federal prosecutors in Louisiana on Wednesday charged the former vice president of a U.S. military construction contractor with accepting bribes in exchange for awarding a $3.2 million subcontract to help repair an airfield in Afghanistan.

Elton Maurice “Mark” McCabe III was arrested and charged with one count of receiving illegal kickbacks and one count of wire fraud. The criminal complaint was filed under seal Dec. 7 and made public Wednesday.

McCabe, 53, worked for a construction company based in Anacoco, La., that received a subcontract for...
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