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2 plead guilty to false claims as embattled IG ties them to his own troubles

A pair of former special agents in the Commerce Department's Office of Inspector General pleaded guilty yesterday to submitting tens of thousands of dollars' worth of false reimbursement claims related to their relocations from Atlanta to Washington, D.C. But it's what the defendants didn't plead guilty to that could continue to have ramifications for Commerce Inspector General Todd Zinser, who is fighting charges of mismanagement and bullying whistle-blowers in his office.

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