Colo. execs’ e-waste trial date delayed til Jan.
Oct 11, 2011 | 04:31 PM
| Sean Davidson
NEW YORK A trial date has been reset for two Colorado executives who face charges of alleged fraud, violations of environmental law, smuggling and destruction of evidence while operating electronics waste recycler Executive Recycling Inc.
The executivesBrandon Richter, owner and chief executive officer of the Englewood company, and Tor Olson, vice presidentwere indicted Sept. 15 on 16 counts tied to allegations of illegally exporting over 100,000 cathode ray tubes (CRTs) via 160 cargoes from February 2005 to January 2009.
A three-week jury trial had been scheduled to start Nov. 28, but lawyers for the accused argued that the case carried certain complexities that required additional time for adequate preparation.....
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