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Alabama Trial: McGregor lobbying firm changed ledger

22 June 2011

ALABAMA -- The ongoing testimony in the Alabama corruption trial heard testimony of an altered ledger to cover up financial bribes, the Montgomery Advertiser reported.

Allegedly Fine Geddie & Associates, a company who were lobbying for Milton McGregor, issued two checks to Rep. Barry Mask for $2,500, but the office manager admitted altering the ledger which the prosecution contend was to divert information about the source of the cheques, the report explained.

Fine Geddie & Associates office manager Cheryl Farrow, however, denied impropriety and said she changed the ledger because the information was entered wrongly by mistake, according to the Montgomery Advertiser.

The case continues.

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