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Frontline investigates how multinational corporations illegally use slush funds, front companies, and secret payments as ways of increasing their profit. It focuses primarily on the Al Yamamah arms sales.
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Episode credited cast:
Robert Baer ...
Himself - Former CIA Officer
Tim Bell ...
Himself - Advisor to Margaret Thatcher
Lowell Bergman ...
Himself - Correspondent
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Himself
Peter Clark ...
Himself - Former Chief FCPA Prosecutor, DOJ
Joe DeFrancesco ...
(voice)
Louis Freeh ...
Himself - FBI Director, 1993-2001
Peter Gardiner ...
Himself - BAE Whistleblower
Helen Garlick ...
Herself - Former Prosecutor, Serious Fraud Office
Richard Grime ...
Himself - Former SEC Enforcement Lawyer
Eva Joly ...
Herself - Former French Magistrate
Fredrick Laurin ...
Himself - Swedish Public Television
David Leigh ...
Himself - The Guardian
Dennis Lormel ...
Himself - Former FBI Supervisor:
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Frontline investigates how multinational corporations illegally use slush funds, front companies, and secret payments as ways of increasing their profit. It focuses primarily on the Al Yamamah arms sales.

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7 April 2009 (USA)  »

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