Former Halliburton official Anthony Badalamenti entered a guilty plea on charges he destroyed evidence related to the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill. Badalamenti, who was Halliburton's cementing technology director, ordered two workers to delete key data during a review of the incident. He faces a $100,000 penalty over his conduct and a one-year prison sentence.

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