ANITA LEE/SUN HERALD 
 Thi Houng "Kristy" Le, left, of Grand Bay, Ala., was the seventh person to plead not guilty to charges in a 95-count indictment that outlines a conspiracy to submit fraudulent claims over the 2010 BP oil catastrophe. Le and an unidentifed supporter are seen leaving the federal courthouse in Gulfport on Monday.
ANITA LEE/SUN HERALD Thi Houng "Kristy" Le, left, of Grand Bay, Ala., was the seventh person to plead not guilty to charges in a 95-count indictment that outlines a conspiracy to submit fraudulent claims over the 2010 BP oil catastrophe. Le and an unidentifed supporter are seen leaving the federal courthouse in Gulfport on Monday.
ANITA LEE/SUN HERALD Thi Houng "Kristy" Le, left, of Grand Bay, Ala., was the seventh person to plead not guilty to charges in a 95-count indictment that outlines a conspiracy to submit fraudulent claims over the 2010 BP oil catastrophe. Le and an unidentifed supporter are seen leaving the federal courthouse in Gulfport on Monday.

Last defendant pleads 'not guilty' in major BP fraud case

November 09, 2015 01:46 PM