Ex-Cargo Exec Cops To Price-Fixing After 10 Years As Fugitive

Law360 (January 23, 2020, 10:25 PM EST) -- After nearly a decade as a fugitive from American authorities, a former executive for Netherlands-based Martinair Holland NV has pled guilty to federal criminal charges related to her role in an international air-cargo price-fixing ring, the U.S. Department of Justice announced Thursday.

Maria Christina "Meta" Ullings, a Dutch national, entered a guilty plea in Georgia federal court after being extradited earlier this month from Italy. Ullings will pay a $20,000 fine and will serve a 14-month prison sentence, with credit for the time she spent in Italian custody before her extradition.

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