- Francis Lorenzo accused of facilitating bribes to ex-U.N. general assembly chief
- Lorenzo pleads guilty to bribery, money laundering, other charges
- Former General Assembly President John Ashe has pleaded not guilty in case
New York (CNN)With one word, the life of the former deputy U.N. ambassador from the Dominican Republic, Francis Lorenzo, changed forever Wednesday. He replied in a measured voice -- "guilty" -- when asked by a federal court judge in Manhattan how he wanted to plead to six criminal counts.