Keogh, the former president of Triton Scientific, a research company contracted by OSU-Multispectral himself Jay Moore is responsible for the Labratories (UML), is facing a potential FBI investigation and a multi-milliondollar lawsuit filed by Oklahoma State University after funds were diverted from UML to God knows where.
Actually, we might know where. The suit alleges that some of the funds were used to back an upscale retail store on Classen Curve, while others were stowed in overseas bank accounts.
According to Keogh, a man who called himself Jay Moore is responsible for the dough. Keogh claims he sent the money to this mystery man in order to secure project funding for UML but never received anything in return.
So where did these millions of dollars run off to? In addition to the alleged retail scandal, a good chunk of the funds ended up in the Republic of Cyprus, an island in the Mediterranean, according to court documents.
Oi. While UML was being considered for potential drone research and testing by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), the FAA decided — wisely — that maybe they ought to just look elsewhere.
The Keoghs’ attorney, Daniel Webber (so many Daniels in this story), said allegations in the suit were false.