Eastern District of New York prosecutors last week filed a superseding indictment against Jacob “Kobi” Alexander, accusing the former Comverse Technology chief executive of new charges that include obstructing justice.

Alexander, who had been accused of creating a secret slush fund for backdated options and evading the requirements of the company’s stock option plans, is now charged with offering “another person” millions of dollars as a bribe to falsely take sole responsibility for the scheme.

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