More Redflex Executives Fall Over Bribery ScandalTheNewspaper
Mar. 04, 2013
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Heads continue to roll at Redflex Traffic Systems in the wake of an unfolding bribery scandal uncovered in Chicago, Illinois. The Australian photo enforcement firm admitted today that what it once called a $910 "billing error" -- the cost of a free room in a luxury hotel for John Bills, a city contracting official -- was part of a much larger, illegal influence scheme headed by Marty O'Malley, a Redflex consultant.