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Feds: Former Dayton Veterans Affairs chief accepted bribes, abused position

By Andrew J. Tobias - Columbus Bureau

A man who was drawn out of retirement in 2011 to run the Dayton Veterans Affairs Medical Center following a dental hygiene scandal almost immediately broke the law after he got there, according to federal authorities.

The month after he was hired in March 2011, William Montague illegally directed Dayton VAMC employees to do research he ended up sharing with clients of the private consulting business he ran on the side, federal authorities allege in a 51-page indictment that was unsealed this week.

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