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Posts Tagged: Haiti

Here’s my advice, from the heart, to any FCPA defendant

Not all FBI stings in FCPA cases are alike. That became clear in the prosecution of Roger Richard Boncy and Joseph Baptiste. They were found guilty of FCPA and related offenses last month after a two-week jury trial in which the DOJ said they solicited “bribes from undercover agents posing as potential investors in a proposed port development project in the Mȏle St.… Continue Reading

Two convicted for Haiti FCPA offenses

The chairman and CEO of an investment firm and a member of the firm’s board of directors were found guilty by a federal jury in Boston Thursday for their role in a scheme to bribe Haitian officials to secure approval for an $84 million construction project.… Continue Reading

Former FCPA fugitive sentenced to time served

The former general manager of a Miami-based firm was sentenced this week to time served for his part in a plot to bribe officials at Haiti’s state-owned telecommunications company.

Amadeus Richers, 66, a German citizen living in Brazil, was also placed on supervised released for three years and ordered to pay $100.… Continue Reading

FCPA fugitive arrested in Haiti Telco case

A former director of a Florida-based telecommunications company who allegedly bribed officials in Haiti was arrested in February and made an initial court appearance in Miami.

Amadeus Richer appeared in federal court on February 24.… Continue Reading