Timothy Longmeyer left the federal courthouse after pleading guilty to accepting kickbacks in Lexington, Ky, on April 19, 2016. Longmeyer, the former secretary of the Kentucky Personnel Cabinet, pled guilty to accepting kickbacks in exchange for securing contracts.
Timothy Longmeyer left the federal courthouse after pleading guilty to accepting kickbacks in Lexington, Ky, on April 19, 2016. Longmeyer, the former secretary of the Kentucky Personnel Cabinet, pled guilty to accepting kickbacks in exchange for securing contracts. Pablo Alcala palcala@herald-leader.com
Timothy Longmeyer left the federal courthouse after pleading guilty to accepting kickbacks in Lexington, Ky, on April 19, 2016. Longmeyer, the former secretary of the Kentucky Personnel Cabinet, pled guilty to accepting kickbacks in exchange for securing contracts. Pablo Alcala palcala@herald-leader.com

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