The 45-year-old Freeman entered his plea Tuesday in U.S. District Court in Topeka. He also agreed to cooperate in the continuing investigation.
Prosecutors say Freeman and other Lawrence residents formed Big D Development in May 2006, with Freeman as half-owner.
Within five months, the Junction City Commission approved two agreements worth a total of $12 million allowing Big D to build subdivisions to provide housing for an expected influx of soldiers
at Fort Riley.
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