Millions in Bribes, Kickbacks Paid to Top Dallas County Schools Official, Prosecutors Say

Federal prosecutors have filed charges in a months-long investigation into huge financial losses at Dallas County Schools, the troubled busing agency voters elected to shut down earlier this year.In a criminal complaint filed late Wednesday, prosecutors say a school bus camera company executive paid more than $3 million in bribes and kickbacks to the superintendent in charge of the government agency in exchange for actions on $70 million in government contracts.Read the complete KXAS-TV (NBC5) article from Scott Friedman.   Continue reading...

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