Census Branch Chief Collected Kickbacks for Securing Pal a Job, Feds Say
Brian Snyder/ReutersA U.S. Census branch chief got a job for a friend at a company doing business with the federal government, then demanded he fork over half his earnings as tribute and got him fired when the man tried to negotiate a lower kickback, prosecutors allege.In November 2018, an unemployed acquaintance contacted Joy Saif Choudhury, a branch chief for the Census Bureau, to ask for help getting a job, according to a criminal complaint unsealed Friday in Maryland federal court. Choudhury, an information technology specialist
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