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July 2, 1988 | JOHN HURST, Times Staff Writer
A former Navy civilian official who has been repeatedly named in federal court testimony as accepting bribes in connection with the Wedtech scandal continues to do business with the Navy and has been given a "secret" level security clearance, according to documents and sources. Richard D. Ramirez, the former official, is now an owner of a company that won a $14-million contract to computerize maintenance schedules on the Navy's ships in the Pacific.
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July 2, 1988 | JOHN HURST, Times Staff Writer
A former Navy civilian official who has been repeatedly named in federal court testimony as accepting bribes in connection with the Wedtech scandal continues to do business with the Navy and has been given a "secret" level security clearance, according to documents and sources. Richard D. Ramirez, the former official, is now an owner of a company that won a $14-million contract to computerize maintenance schedules on the Navy's ships in the Pacific.
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March 19, 1988 | From the Washington Post
The Wedtech Corp. planted a "mole" in former Navy Secretary John F. Lehman Jr.'s office in the fall of 1983 as part of its successful effort to win $143 million in no-bid motorized pontoon contracts, a former Wedtech official testified Friday. Mario Moreno, who was executive vice president of the Bronx-based defense contracting firm, said the company paid $60,000 in cash for the services of Richard D.
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