Houston businessman Frankie Wong, convicted last summer of bribing a Dallas Independent School District administrator to obtain district technology contracts, was sentenced Nov. 12 to 10 years in prison, reports the Dallas Morning News. U.S. District Judge Sam Lindsay also meted out an 11-year sentence to Ruben Bohuchot, the former Dallas ISD technology chief convicted of accepting an estimated $947,000 in illegal gifts and cash payments. In return, he made sure Wong's company won two large computer contracts worth more than $120 million. "None of this would have happened without the participation of both of you," Judge Lindsay told Wong....

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