FBI: Air Force Officer Accused of Breaking Lobbying Law with Lucrative Private Sector Job

Steve Neavling

As an Air Force captain, Adam J. Pudenz oversaw contracts to provide boots to Afghan soldiers.

Now Pudenz earns $40,000-a-month working for the company that was selling the boots, ABC News reports.

The FBI accuses Carroll,  an Iowa resident of violating a ban on representing companies that he oversees when he took a job with Kabul Milli Trading Company.

Pudenz, 33, was arrested last week and charged with violating the lobbying laws.

Pudenz oversaw nearly $1 billion worth of boots.


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