Oklahoma City (Sept. 18, 2003) -- The former chief financial officer of MCI, Scott Sullivan, pleaded not guilty on Wednesday to state criminal charges relating to the company's $11 billion accounting scandal.
Last month, Oklahoma filed a criminal complaint against top former MCI executives and the company itself that included charges of violating state securities laws by defrauding investors, lying about company finances and running a business as a fraud.
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