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December 16, 1989 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Two former executives of a defense firm pleaded guilty in an Alexandria, Va., federal court to defrauding the government by obtaining inside information about a defense contract competition. James E. Rapinac, 54, and C. J. (Jack) Richardson, 48, of the Norden Systems division of United Technologies Corp. face up to five years in prison. They admitted paying $27,500 to Washington defense consultant Thomas E. Muldoon for information on a contract for a $150-million radar system.
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December 16, 1989 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Two former executives of a defense firm pleaded guilty in an Alexandria, Va., federal court to defrauding the government by obtaining inside information about a defense contract competition. James E. Rapinac, 54, and C. J. (Jack) Richardson, 48, of the Norden Systems division of United Technologies Corp. face up to five years in prison. They admitted paying $27,500 to Washington defense consultant Thomas E. Muldoon for information on a contract for a $150-million radar system.
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July 29, 1988 | CARLA LAZZARESCHI and ROBERT GILLETTE, Times Staff Writers
Citing a continuing need to protect the confidentiality of the government's ongoing Pentagon fraud investigation, a federal judge in Los Angeles Thursday denied requests from the Los Angeles Times and other media companies to unseal warrants and affidavits for searches at four Southern California locations. The decision by U.S. District Judge David V. Kenyon overturned a ruling by a federal magistrate, who had said the public has a right to know details of the investigation.
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July 29, 1988 | CARLA LAZZARESCHI and ROBERT GILLETTE, Times Staff Writers
Citing a continuing need to protect the confidentiality of the government's ongoing Pentagon fraud investigation, a federal judge in Los Angeles Thursday denied requests from the Los Angeles Times and other media companies to unseal warrants and affidavits for searches at four Southern California locations. The decision by U.S. District Judge David V. Kenyon overturned a ruling by a federal magistrate, who had said the public has a right to know details of the investigation.
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December 15, 1989 | From Associated Press
Two former executives of Norden Systems today admitted that they conspired to obtain confidential Defense Department bid information on a lucrative Marine Corps contract. James E. Rapinac, a former senior vice president, and C. J. Richardson, a former marketing official, pleaded guilty to conspiracy to defraud the government and convert government property.
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July 3, 1988 | Associated Press
Defense Secretary Frank C. Carlucci on Friday suspended all payments on $1-billion worth of Navy contracts alleged to be tainted as a result of the military procurement investigation. Carlucci acted on the basis of information included in search-warrant affidavits that were unsealed by a federal magistrate in Dallas on Thursday. In the documents, the FBI said it eavesdropped as a Navy procurement official passed along inside information on nine contracts worth more than $522 million.
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