Additional charge brought in FCPA obstruction case
The man accused of trying to bribe a witness in an FCPA investigation of a mining company has been hit with a further charge of conspiracy. According to court documents, Frederic Cilins, from France, has been accused of conspiring with an unnamed person to obstruct an investigation of an unnamed mining company, which has been accused of paying bribes to win contracts in Guinea.
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