Criminal Justice

Guilty Plea by Ex-Neteller Exec


A second executive with Neteller Inc. has pleaded guilty to conspiracy for transferring gambling proceeds.

John Lefebvre, former president of the company, entered his plea yesterday in Manhattan federal court, the Wall Street Journal reports (sub. req.). He also agreed to cooperate with a federal probe of online gambling.

Company founder Stephen Lawrence pleaded guilty to conspiracy last month.

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