sweetener http://kbia.org en Former Mamtek CEO Fighting Extradition To Missouri http://kbia.org/post/former-mamtek-ceo-fighting-extradition-missouri The former CEO of Mamtek is fighting extradition to Missouri.<p>At a court hearing today in Santa Ana, California, Bruce Cole refused to be extradited, which means that he can’t be sent back to Missouri unless the <a href="http://gov.ca.gov/home.php">Governor of California</a> asks the court to order it.&#160; A spokeswoman for the <a href="http://www.ago.mo.gov/">Missouri Attorney General’s office </a>says that request is being expedited.<p>Cole is charged with diverting $700,000 in bond money from the city of Moberly to pay for personal expenses, including a failed attempt to prevent foreclo Thu, 27 Sep 2012 22:57:51 +0000 Marshall Griffin 21924 at http://kbia.org Former Mamtek CEO Fighting Extradition To Missouri Insider testifies on Mamtek, cites concerns before the deal was closed http://kbia.org/post/insider-testifies-mamtek-cites-concerns-deal-was-closed <p>A patent attorney who vouched for a Chinese artificial sweetener factory has testified that he became aware of concerns about the Chinese site before a deal closed to finance the construction of a similar plant in Moberly.</p><p>Los Angeles attorney Michael Wise testified yesterday by video conference after being subpoenaed by a special Missouri House committee investigating the failure of Mamtek U.S. Incorporated, which had been offered state and local incentives to open a factory in Moberly.</p> Fri, 20 Jan 2012 16:40:53 +0000 Associated Press 7370 at http://kbia.org Insider testifies on Mamtek, cites concerns before the deal was closed