The deal was that the company would then pay McAlpine 15 percent of that, which is roughly what McAlpine got.
Court records say he hid the kickbacks by “storing the cash payments in his personal effects and then physically transporting them himself to the United States.”
From there, he spread most of the money around banks in metro Atlanta in increments of less than $10,000, according to the U.S. Department of Justice.
He is scheduled to be sentenced on Oct. 18.
The name of the business nor the Afghan executive of the government contractor were included in the court documents. There was also no mention of whether or not the company or executive saw any punishment.
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