Prosecutors Urge Jurors to Ignore Spin, as Giant FCPA Case Closes

Prosecutors said the contours of the deal could not have been clearer — contribute to a $1.5 million dollar payment to the defense minister of Gabon and win part of a $15 million contract to supply the country’s presidential guard.

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