As to the other allegations that the corruption was wider spread i can't answer to.
If it was there may be some fairly nervous people around.
By Roy Bragg - Express-News
JOHNSON CITY — To some angry Pedernales Electric Cooperative ratepayers, the punishment that will be handed down to former official Bennie Fuelberg at a sentencing hearing today and Tuesday shouldn't be the end of the case.
The cooperative, through its attorneys and paperwork filed with the probation department, has told the court it wants $8.8 million in restitution from Fuelberg to make the case right, but a highly vocal group of angry ratepayers wants more.
To them, the Fuelberg case is the first step in large-scale change in how the cooperative does business. An independent inquiry, part of the settlement of a 2008 lawsuit, said the corporate culture at the nation's largest electric cooperative needed to be changed.
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