Washington (Aug. 16, 2004) -- Two former executives of a Detroit-based steel processing company were found guilty of tax, conspiracy and money laundering charges in connection with a $6.5 million kickback scheme.
A Detroit federal jury returned guilty verdicts on all 10 felony counts against former Thyssen Inc. chief executive Kenneth J. Graham, 69, and former executive vice president Kyle E. Dresbach, 68, the Justice Department announced this week.
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