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Ex-Pittsburgh employee pleads guilty in computer scam
Thu, Dec 6, 2012 6:45 PM EST
WTAE - Pittsburgh Videos
A former systems analyst for the city of Pittsburgh has pleaded guilty to accepting $6,000 in bribes to help a man fraudulently obtain a $327,000 contract to install radios and computers in city police cars.
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