(MILWAUKEE) - Two new federal charges have been filed in a $250 million fraud case against executives at the nation's largest coupon company.
U.S. Attorney Steven Biskupic says 11 men, mostly from International Outsourcing Services based in Bloomington, Indiana, took part in a wire-fraud conspiracy for the last 11 years.
The second count alleges seven former company executives tried to obstruct a grand jury investigation by coaching witnesses, destroying and creating fake documents and threatening witnesses.
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