BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) - A Maine businessman has been charged
with paying $1.2 million in bribes over a six-year period to a pair
of former officials at the U.S. Army Space and Missile Defense
Command in Huntsville.
Authorities said Tuesday they had filed a criminal information
against 64-year-old Maurice Henry Subilia of Kennebunkport, Maine.
He was president and director of Lealagi Inc. and Sage
Technologies, two subcontractors on Army contracts.
The alleged payments went to Michael Cantrell and Douglas Ennis,
former officials who pleaded guilty nearly a year ago to taking
bribes. Both men await sentencing.
The charges against Subilia indicate he made bribery payments of
as much as $60,000 each for years. Court records do not show the
name of Subilia's attorney.
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