J.L. Manufacturing obtained approximately
$2,000,000 in Boeing sub contracts through the
bribery scheme, while Deon Anderson was paid
approximately $250,000 from J.L. Manufacturing
and another subcontractor located in the Los Angeles, California
area through the scheme.
Last month, former Boeing Procurement Officer
Deon Anderson was sentenced to 20 months in
prison in connection with a bribery/kickback
scheme involving Boeing military aircraft parts,
as well as structuring currency transactions to
conceal his receipt of the cash bribes.
Co-defendants William P. Boozer,
CA, was sentenced to 18 months in
prison, a fine of $10,000; and Robert Diaz, Jr.,
Alta Loma, CA, was sentenced to 15 months in
prison and a fine of $2000.