Military Supplier Pays $15M to Settle Fraud Charges

A Houston-based food exporter has agreed to pay $15 million to settle charges that it sold outdated food products to U.S. military forces in Iraq, reports the Los Angeles Times. The firm, American Grocers, Ltd., along with husband-and-wife co-owners Samir Mahmoud Itani and Suzanne Itani, plus Samir Itani's brother Ziad, allegedly purchased deeply discounted food that were near or past their

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