MUTUAL PRODUCTION EMPLOYEES SCHEDULED TO GO TO TRIAL JULY 5
MUTUAL PRODUCTION EMPLOYEES SCHEDULED TO GO TO TRIAL JULY 5 after pleading not guilty to conspiracy to defraud the U.S. government. The trial will convene in Baltimore federal court before Judge Peter Messitte. Under a "settlement in principle" with the Justice Department, Philadelphia, Penn.-based Mutual agreed to pay a $3.25 mil. fine for manufacturing violations that ceased in 1992 ("The Pink Sheet" May 9, T&G-1).
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