US Head Of Czech Truckmaker Cleared Of Bribery Charges

Law360, New York (October 1, 2013, 6:54 PM EDT) -- The former American head of Czech Republic-based truck manufacturer Tatra was reportedly cleared of Czech corruption charges on Tuesday in connection to military vehicle supply contracts worth $135 million.

Graft charges were dropped against Ronald Adams, who was accused of bribing officials in order to secure an army contract, Radio Prague reported on Tuesday. The charges involved a 2008 to 2009 contract to supply $135 million worth of Tatra trucks to the army and expanded an ongoing corruption probe at the time of Adams' arrest. The...
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