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June 21, 2019
COLUMBUS, Ga. (AP) — A construction executive from Tennessee was paid at least $436,000 in kickbacks in a scheme involving multimillion-dollar contracts at two Georgia military bases, according to court filings by federal prosecutors.
A grand jury indicted David Kennedy on charges of wire fraud and taking illegal kickbacks. U.S. District Court records say Kennedy worked as director of operations for an unnamed company that was awarded more than $37 million for Army construction projects at Fort Benning in Columbus and Fort Gordon in Augusta.
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