Guam helicopter corruption case catches FAA safety inspector

Guam helicopter corruption case catches FAA safety inspector

3-Apr-2018 Source: HeliHub.com

Timothy J. Cislo is looking to face up to 20 years in prison after pleading guilty to three counts of wire fraud. Cislo, a FAA inspector, received the sentence after the FBI investigated into allegations saying that he was failing to conduct safety inspections on Hansen Helicopters In, in return for a sum of money used on a personal plane. Cislo received a small plane from Hansen, valuing at $20,000. He has been charged with three counts of honest services wire fraud and on top of his prison time, will have to pay the fine of $250,000 for each count, reports The Guam Daily Post.

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