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September 16, 1989 | JOHN M. BRODER, Times Staff Writer
In the stiffest sentence handed down so far in the "Ill Wind" defense procurement scandal, former Unisys Corp. executive Charles F. Gardner was ordered Friday to serve 32 months in jail and pay a $40,000 fine for his role in bribing government officials. A Gardner associate, James G. Neal, was sentenced to 27 months in prison and fined $30,000 for creating secret offshore accounts to bribe Pentagon officials and members of Congress to help Unisys win multibillion-dollar defense contracts.
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September 16, 1989 | JOHN M. BRODER, Times Staff Writer
In the stiffest sentence handed down so far in the "Ill Wind" defense procurement scandal, former Unisys Corp. executive Charles F. Gardner was ordered Friday to serve 32 months in jail and pay a $40,000 fine for his role in bribing government officials. A Gardner associate, James G. Neal, was sentenced to 27 months in prison and fined $30,000 for creating secret offshore accounts to bribe Pentagon officials and members of Congress to help Unisys win multibillion-dollar defense contracts.
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March 10, 1989 | DOUGLAS JEHL, Times Staff Writer
In a major breakthrough in the Pentagon fraud case, a former vice president of the Unisys Corp. pleaded guilty Thursday to bribing then-high-ranking Navy official Melvyn R. Paisley to win multimillion-dollar Defense Department contracts. The executive, Charles F. Gardner, admitted that he had directed an associate in 1986 to use company funds to buy Paisley's Sun Valley, Ida., condominium at an inflated price in return for preferential treatment on Navy and Marine Corps business.
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March 10, 1989 | DOUGLAS JEHL, Times Staff Writer
In a major breakthrough in the Pentagon fraud case, a former vice president of the Unisys Corp. pleaded guilty Thursday to bribing then-high-ranking Navy official Melvyn R. Paisley to win multimillion-dollar Defense Department contracts. The executive, Charles F. Gardner, admitted that he had directed an associate in 1986 to use company funds to buy Paisley's Sun Valley, Ida., condominium at an inflated price in return for preferential treatment on Navy and Marine Corps business.
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March 9, 1989 | From Associated Press
A former Unisys Corp. executive and a company consultant pleaded guilty today to trying to bribe former Navy officials, in one case buying an official's condominium in Idaho for an inflated price in an attempt to influence decisions on lucrative Pentagon contracts. U.S. Atty. Henry Hudson said the pleas from Charles F. Gardner, a former vice president of Unisys Corp., and James G. Neal, a private consultant for Unisys, "will move this investigation forward . . . at a tremendous pace."
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December 1, 1989 | DOUGLAS JEHL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Unisys Corp. conspiracy involving illegal campaign contributions lasted more than six years as company officials doled out more than $35,000 to a wide range of congressional candidates, a former company manager disclosed Thursday. The manager, John B. G. Roberts III, admitted in a guilty plea entered in federal court here that he directed a team of Unisys defense consultants to write personal checks to the candidates' campaign committees and then seek reimbursement from Unisys.
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