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Ex-Army interpreter admits to lying about Iraqi contractor

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A former U.S. Army interpreter from Woodbridge has pleaded guilty to lying to federal agents investigating whether he accepted money to help an Iraqi obtain contracts from the United States government. Ramy Elmery, 43, pleaded to one count of making false statements, a charge that carries a penalty of up to five years if convicted. He is scheduled to be sentenced July 12 at federal court in...

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