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Six indicted in connection with Choctaw Nation casino work

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Six people have been indicted in connection with an expansion at a casino owned by the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma.

Federal authorities say two executives at Flintco, an Indian-owned construction firm, were part of a bribery scheme involving other sub-contractors. A project manager for the tribe was also indicted, The Tulsa World reported.

The tribe recently completed phase one of an expansion at the Choctaw Casino Resort in Durant. A second phase, to include a new hotel tower, is underway.

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Six indicted on bribery charges in Choctaw casino construction cases (The Tulsa World 8/5)

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