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Four years ago, three representatives of San Diego energy giant Sempra Energy sat down in front of investigators from the FBI.
Their mission: to convince the feds that the company wasn’t corrupt.
Federal agents had called the meeting in February 2011 following allegations that Sempra, a Fortune 500 company, had bribed Mexican politicians to build a $1 billion liquefied natural gas plant on the Baja California coast.