08/10/2010 05:12 am ET | Updated May 25, 2011

DIA Officials Fired For Fraud, Documents Reveal

Denver International Airport fired two key staffers who oversaw contracting last year after an internal city investigation found instances of fraud, according to a document obtained by Face the State. The city is now refusing to disclose any details of the investigation, however, citing ongoing litigation.

Airport chief Kim Day disclosed the information in a July 2009 deposition as part of a lawsuit filed against the airport by AAA National Maintenance. The Georgia-based company had accused contract supervisors April Henderson and Calvin Black and other DIA employees of improperly canceling its $4 million power washing contract.

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