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Bon Anniversaire, Guys

The Wall Street Journal’s Corruption Currents just turned one. It celebrated with a post about the top five corruption convictions of the past twelve months.

Two entries have FCPA ties.

Former KBR middleman Jeffrey Tesler’s astounding $149 million forfeiture order appears at number three.

And at number two is Costa Rica’s former president, Miguel Angel Rodriguez. He was sentenced to five years in prison by a Costa Rican court for taking $800,000 in bribes from French phone giant Alcatel.

Congratulations to Corruption Currents and its generous authors Joe Palazzolo and Sam Rubenfeld, above.

We look forward to many more years of their great coverage.

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