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Corps of Engineers Official Indicted On Corruption Charges in Iraq

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A former resident engineer in Iraq for the Army Corps of Engineers was indicted on May 4 by the Justice Dept. on federal charges of soliciting $40,000 in bribes from an unidentified construc­tion contractor on a $2.5-million civil-works project in Kirkuk. DOJ says Joselito “Joe” Domingo of Bolingbrook, Ill., who the Corps recently transferred to Afghanistan, solicited the bribes in exchange for assurances that the contractor would receive progress payments, not lose its contract or be blacklisted from work in Iraq. Domingo faces up to 15 years in jail and a $250,000 fine.

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