July 6, 1988 |
Government prosecutors, convinced that Woodland Hills aerospace-salesman-turned-lobbyist Fred H. Lackner is a "small fry" in the massive Pentagon fraud scandal, offered him a deal if he would help them build cases against others, his lawyer told The Times. But the offer was rejected, Lackner's Orange County attorney, William Dougherty, said in an interview, because "my client never paid a cent to anyone." Dougherty met last week with assistants to U.S. Atty. Henry E.