- Associated Press - Friday, September 5, 2014

OMAHA, Neb. (AP) - A federal jury in Omaha has found a Georgia man guilty of seven counts of conspiracy to file and filing false liens against federal judges and officials.

Randall Due, of Pelham, Georgia, was convicted Thursday. Prosecutors say Due and co-conspirator Donna Kozak, of Omaha, retaliated against federal officials involved in the criminal investigation and prosecution of David and Bernita Kleensang, who were convicted of federal tax crimes in 2012. Kozak already has been convicted and awaits sentencing.

Prosecutors say Due and Kozak filed a false lien for $19 million against the judge who presided over the Kleensang trial. After Kozak was indicted, Due and Kozak filed five $18 million false liens against the officials involved in the investigation and indictment of Kozak and those involved in the Kleensang case.

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