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WRV School Board Member Named Co-Defendant In Georgia Fraud Case
Updated May 5, 2013 1:01 AM | Filed under: WBIW News
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(MACON, GA) - A Greene County man is being accused of re-labeling and selling faulty stun grenades, or "flash bangs," as part of a suit against a Georgia company.

The Greene County Daily World reports George Cundiff of Worthington, a long time marine and current 21-year member of the White River Valley School Board of Trustees, has been named as a co-defendant in a case against Byron, GA based Pyrotechnics Specialties, Inc.

What's worse, the paper reports, though Cundiff says he hasn't done anything wrong that he's aware of, he may have to take a plea deal anyway to get out from mounting legal bills.

At the time of the alleged crime, Cundiff served as a liaison between the Georgia company and the US Marine Corps.

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