Ex-FBI 'spy hunter' allegedly enlisted to derail probe into alleged fraud involving former NH lawmaker David Young

The government charges that Lustyik, 50, and childhood friend Johannes Thaler, 49, a former Tarrytown resident, tried to thwart an unrelated fraud probe into defense contractor Michael Taylor. Prosecutors allege that Lustyik sought to have Taylor enlisted as a confidential government source to derail the fraud probe, which charges that Taylor defrauded the government in a $54 million defense contract in Afghanistan with his company, American International Security Corp.


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