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Of a tech company is denying He had anything to do with pressuring -- military leader to change congressional testimony.
That allegation has led to scrutiny for a plan that could.
Pose a big problem for the Pentagon chief Washington correspondent James Rosen has -- Absolutely not so answered Phil Falcone the billionaire investor behind light squared.
But Virginia based firm launching a new wireless network to charges that the company used White House connections to secure FCC waivers and -- water down testimony last week -- air force general William Shelton.
He had complained that the white -- network could interfere with critical GPS systems.
In an exclusive interview with Fox News Falcone denied reports that light squared got an advanced peek at the general's testimony.
And the only ones who had it where the White House the Pentagon and O Andy.
Did anyone from any of those administrations or anyone in government.
Give it to light squared prior to the general's testimony absolutely not again it's and it's a piece of misinformation that's out that we didn't -- -- no -- -- you know -- -- -- had -- -- and I -- -- nobody.
In the company had so I don't know where that came from is just people planting things -- what the general says you had a wealth -- again is wrong.
The chair of the house armed services subcommittee before which Shelton testified told Fox News that general I -- -- -- all this to lawmakers in closed session did say that He -- -- -- -- it -- -- themselves we did not press the general for him -- to finger point but He did say.
That He resisted the efforts to put the language in his testimony in 2005 then Senator Obama invested almost 100000 dollars and sky terror the firm that later changed its name to light squared.
And White House emails recently obtained by the Center for Public Integrity show a light squared representative sought a meeting between the firm's CEO -- Tivo whose job.
And president Obama's top technology advisor on each Chopra.
On the very day the CEO donated 30000 to the Democratic Party.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- We have some initial suggestion that there might have been some some political and influence that was that was exerted.
The White House says the FCC's rulings on light squared in general Shelton's testimony were all handled appropriately.
A coalition of GPS users including state transportation officials opposes the company's wireless plans.
Light squared says it is being targeted by established carriers like Verizon and AT&T.
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