ANCHORAGE, Alaska — Bill Allen, who in 2007 pleaded guilty to bribing state lawmakers, was released from prison Tuesday a little after 9:30 a.m.
Allan was given a three-year sentence after testifying against Sen. Ted Stevens and state representatives Pete Kott and Vic Kohring in a Federal corruption case.
All three had their convictions tossed out for prosecutorial errors.
At the time Allen was also accused of having sex with underage girls, but it appears he won’t be prosecuted for those allegations.
The Anchorage Police Dept. began investigating the former VECO CEO in 2004 after several underage girls came forward saying they had sex with Allen for money.