Former legislator Vic Kohring hit with revised corruption indictment

The federal government has released new details in their case against former state legislator Vic Kohring. Prosecutors have filed a new indictment against Kohring which supersedes the original and now allege that Kohring had been conspiring with VECO officials dating back to 2002. They say he may have helped VECO with an oil bill in 2003, and that he fired his Chief of Staff after Bill Allen told him to a year later.

David Shurtleff, APRN – Anchorage

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