Executives Convicted of Selling Falsely Labeled Body Armor to U.S. Government.

Filed Under (General News, Government News) by Daryl Clark on 11-02-2019

This post comes from AllOnGeorgia. “

A federal jury convicted two Florida men yesterday on charges of conspiracy, making false claims on the United States government, and wire fraud.

According to court records and evidence presented at trial, Dan Thomas Lounsbury, Jr., 50, of South Palm Beach, and Andres Lopez-Munoz, 35, are both executives of Tactical Products Group, LLC (TPG), a Florida-based manufacturer and re-seller of various products to military, law enforcement, and private security clients. Lounsbury, Jr., is the founder, owner, and CEO of TPG, while Lopez-Munoz is TPG’s Vice President for Sales and Federal Contracting. In 2012, TPG was selected as a sub-contractor on a contract to provide certain goods, including 10 sets of hard body armor plates, to the United States government. Click here to read the rest of this article.

The government shutdown cost the US economy at least $6B!

Filed Under (Government News) by Daryl Clark on 27-01-2019

According to Washington’s Top News the government shut down that just ended cost more than the wall proposed by President Trump. “Financial rating agency Standard & Poor’s analyzed the cost of the partial government shutdown on the United States economy and found it added up to at least $6 billion — more expensive than the $5.7 billion President Donald Trump wanted for the border wall.” Click here to read the rest of this article.

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