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July 15, 1987
A former official of the international telecommunications satellite organization and two others pleaded guilty in a scheme to obtain $4.8 million through the rigging of construction and financing contracts for the agency's new headquarters. Richard R. Colino, 51, INTELSAT's director general and chief executive officer from 1983 until late 1986, pleaded guilty to interstate transportation of money obtained by fraud. His co-defendants, Charles G. Gerrell, 44, a Little Rock, Ark.
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July 15, 1987
A former official of the international telecommunications satellite organization and two others pleaded guilty in a scheme to obtain $4.8 million through the rigging of construction and financing contracts for the agency's new headquarters. Richard R. Colino, 51, INTELSAT's director general and chief executive officer from 1983 until late 1986, pleaded guilty to interstate transportation of money obtained by fraud. His co-defendants, Charles G. Gerrell, 44, a Little Rock, Ark.
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December 5, 1986 | Associated Press
Two top officers of Intelsat, the 112-member communications satellite consortium, were fired Thursday, two weeks after outside auditors found $1.35 million in questionable transactions. Company spokesman Robert D. Leahy said the board of governors voted unanimously at a late-night executive session to fire Richard R. Colino, the director general, and Jose L. Alegrett, his assistant for business affairs.
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November 24, 1986 | Associated Press
Intelsat, the 112-member communications satellite consortium, placed its director general and his assistant for business affairs on forced leave today while its board of governors decides what to do about questionable transactions discovered during a routine audit. Director General Richard R. Colino and deputy director for business planning and external relations Jose L. Alegrett were told Sunday that they were not to come back to work until the investigation is complete. Robert D.
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September 17, 1988 | ROBERT L. JACKSON, Times Staff Writer
A second former high-ranking official of Intelsat pleaded guilty to fraud charges in federal court Friday as part of a 2-year-old investigation of an "insider" scheme that allegedly bilked the international satellite communications agency out of $4.8 million. Jose L. Alegrett of Venezuela, the agency's former deputy director general, entered his guilty plea before U.S. District Judge Gerhard A. Gesell. Gets 6-Year Prison Term His former boss, one-time Director General Richard R.
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