Since we started tracking FCPA fugitives (like a blog -- not like a U.S. Marshal), a lot has happened.
Entries in Enrique Noriega (9)
It was a long time coming, but justice has been done. -- Jan Handzlik, attorney for the Lindsey Defendants
Will he ever come back to help his wife, Angela Aguilar?
The jurors in the trial of Lindsey Manufacturing, its CEO Dr. Keith Lindsey and CFO Steve K. Lee, and Lindsey's Mexico agent Angela Aguilar, have started their deliberations.
An FBI affidavit says Enrique Aguilar made a deal to buy a new car. His wife Angela then wrote a check on February 16, 2007 to Ferrari of Beverly Hills for $297,500. Then, the government says, they gave the car to an official from CFE, the Mexican state-owned electric utility.
An update of our annual list of known FCPA fugitives.
The DOJ on Thursday said California-based Lindsey Manufacturing Company and two its executives were indicted for their alleged roles in a conspiracy to bribe officials at Mexico's state-owned utility, the Comisión Federal de Electricidad (CFE).
Married couples have made up more than 10% of the FCPA-related criminal defendants since December 2007, when Gerald and Patricia Green were indicted. Before then, there hadn't been any husband-and-wife FCPA defendants.
Although his wife is in U.S. custody and faces up to 40 years in prison, a Mexican man indicted in September for alleged in bribery involving officials at the Mexican state-owned electric utility is still at large.