Cleveland Businessman Charged With Bribing City Officials

October 2015
News India Times;10/9/2015, Vol. 46 Issue 41, p12
The article reports that Indian-American businessman Ashwani "Eddie" Adya was indicted on charges of conspiracy to commit honest services mail fraud and making false statement to a law enforcement officer in Cleveland, Ohio as of early October 2015.


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