Dear Human Rights and Anti corruption Activists,
Founding father of USA, George Washington said, "Few men have virtue to withstand the highest bidder" i.e nobody is beyond bribe, question is how much? There was a FBI, which is under Judicial Department, independent of Executive; phone number in my engineering Department in Washington DC , telling any corruption in this office, report to us, if your information leads to conviction, you will be handsomely rewarded. One of my engineer friend was secretly caught and in front of a judge he was shown the secret taped and videoed evidence of bribe taking and judge said you and your bribe giver will get half million dollar fine and 20 years jail each. But the prosecutor offered a deal- while catching you we sensed more bribe taking officials, if you help catch some one else your jail sentence may be reduced, he accepted the offer, he helped catch his boss, chief engineer, he is now in jail for 15 years and his boss for 20 years The day they got into the jail they came to office to seek forgiveness from us, Now you enjoy Padma Bridge corruption scandal (Attached below:), though no money was exchanged but in Canadian Law any evidence of plan of bribery is a crime
Golam Akhter, Bangladesh-USA Human Rights Coalition Inc.
On Sat, Feb 23, 2013 at 10:22 PM, A Ahmed <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Padma Bridge scam: Latest detail in Canadian paperA Canadian paper has given a graphic detail on the Padma Bridge Project corruption conspiracy in a report published yesterday under headline, 'SNC-Lavalin in Bangladesh: World Bank sees 'conspiracy.' Before Syed Abdul Hossain would consider approving SNC-Lavalin as the official overseer, he demanded to meet a "sada," or white-skinned, executive. So a senior vice-president Kevin Wallace, flew to Dhaka with another SNC official, Ramesh Shah, where they sat down with the minister. After the meeting, World Bank investigators allege, two things happened: With the help of a code, Mr. Shah jotted down how much would go to the minister and to a senior bureaucrat as a bribe.http://www.theglobeandmail.com/report-on-business/international-business/asian-pacific-business/snc-lavalin-in-bangladesh-world-bank-sees-conspiracy/article8963225