Matches description of anonymous person described in Cranford guilty plea agreement. In a statement issued after the recent guilty plea of former Preferred Family Healthcare executive and Arkansas lobbyist Rusty Cranford, PFH spokesman Reginald McElhannon said the plea "contains admissions and allegations which demonstrate clearly the extent to which Preferred Family Healthcare was victimized by the actions of former employees and representatives of PFH." However, the criminal information detailed by the government in the plea describes the activities of a "Person 5," believed to be Keith Noble, who remained with the nonprofit until last week. According to Cranford's plea, Person 5 was among those who "devised and...
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