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October 30, 2018

Posted  October 30, 2018

Two men have been charged with violating the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) for attempting to bribe Haitian government officials in order to win approval for an $84 million development project. The project would’ve involved building multiple facilities around the port near Môle St. Nicolas, including cement factories, shipping-related stations, a power plant, and tourist centers. To win approval for the project, Roger Richard Boncy and Joseph Baptiste allegedly discussed bribing a high-level aide, and planned to funnel the bribes through a fake humanitarian nonprofit based in Maryland. DOJ; USAO MA

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