CAREER ARMY OFFICER PLEADS GUILTY TO
The corruption probe of a crime ring composed of up to, what sources say, are thirty U.S. military officers in Iraq and Kuwait, took another turn recently when Army Maj. James Momon admitted taking bribes and kickbacks and agreed to testify for the Feds against his former contractor cronies.
BRIBES AMOUNTED TO BIG BUCKS IN CONTRACT CORRUPTION
Court papers show that Momon shook down a contractor supplying American and Iraqi troops with bottled water to the tune of fifty cents per case. The whole deal was worth $15 million. Half the bribe went to Cockerham, who proceeded Momon as contract officer at Camp Ariftan in Kuwait.
FEMALE MAJOR COMMITS SUICIDE AFTER CID CATCHES HER
One of them, LTC Levonda Joey Selph pleaded guilty in June to a lesser offense of improperly accepting gifts. But another female officer, Maj. Gloria Davis, 47, of St. Louis, put a bullet through her head the day after the CID confronted her about taking some $225,000 under the table from an outfit called Lee Dynamics.
MAJOR'S TESTIMONY COULD GET HIM AS LITTLE AS FIVE YEARS IN PRISON
Momon's plea agreement could result in him receiving less than five years in prison.
|MAJOR "FRAUD" UNCOVERED AS ARMY FIELD
GRADE AND WIFE ARRESTED IN TEXAS - JOHN
COCKERHAM AND "HIGH-MAINTENANCE" MELISSA
HELD WITHOUT BAIL IN HUGE KICKBACK $CHEME
CONTRACTING AND PROCUREMENT OFFICER
WITH US ARMY SOUTH SAID TO HAVE TAKEN
MILLIONS IN BRIBES - RIGGED BOTTLED WATER
CONTRACT IN KUWAIT - $5 MILLION MORE IN
PIPELINE FROM CROOKED DEALS - MONEY
LAUNDERED THROUGH BANKS IN MIDDLE EAST
"I DID IT" - ARMY RESERVE LTC ADMITS
|WHY DID SHE DO IT? RETIRED ARMY OFFICER
PLEADS GUILTY TO CONTRACT FRAUD IN IRAQ
LTC LEVONDA SELPH COULD GET UP TO TWO
YEARS IN PRISON - ADMITS SHE TIPPED OFF
CONTRACTOR ON WAREHOUSE BIDS - $4000
BRIBE AND ALL EXPENSE-PAID TRIP TO THAILAND
HER PALTRY "PAYOFF" - WILL SELPH LOSE
PENSION OR JUST GET "SLAP ON THE WRIST?"