In this April 19, 2016, photo, Timothy Longmeyer left the Federal Courthouse in Lexington after pleading guilty to accepting kickbacks. Longmeyer was Personnel Cabinet secretary under former Gov. Steve Beshear.
In this April 19, 2016, photo, Timothy Longmeyer left the Federal Courthouse in Lexington after pleading guilty to accepting kickbacks. Longmeyer was Personnel Cabinet secretary under former Gov. Steve Beshear. Pablo Alcala palcala@herald-leader.com
In this April 19, 2016, photo, Timothy Longmeyer left the Federal Courthouse in Lexington after pleading guilty to accepting kickbacks. Longmeyer was Personnel Cabinet secretary under former Gov. Steve Beshear. Pablo Alcala palcala@herald-leader.com

More bribes allegedly paid to former high-ranking official in Beshear administration

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