Three RAI officials searched by tax cops for graft (2)

And 9 audio-lights companies in Rome, Milan, other cities

(ANSA) - Rome, April 14 - Italian tax police on Thursday searched the offices of three directors of photography in State broadcaster RAI under investigation for suspected bid-rigging in the audio and lighting sector. The three are suspected of taking bribes in the form of cash and trips to give work to businessman David Biancifiori, the main subject of the probe, who was arrested in December. Nine companies were searched in and around Rome, in and around Milan, in L'Aquila and the provinces of Brescia, Cremona and Rieti. Also under investigation are the owners of eight service companies, police said.


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