You girls know the drill, we've played this game before, stop whining. If the racists show up I will bury them. They stop, I stop. Sammy and Seib got the message, Seed and his little friends are too dumb to get it.
Republican Rep. Randy "Duke" Cunningham pleaded guilty to bribery, mail fraud, wire fraud, and tax evasion surrounding defense contracts. He was sentenced to eight years and four months in prison and an ordered to pay $1.8 million in restitution. The extent of the corruption has yet to be investigated. On-going investigations show ties to Tom DeLay and Jack Abramoff.
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Wiki February 20, 2008
Major Republican fundraiser and defense contractor Brent Wilkes was sentenced to 12 years in prison for bribing Randy “Duke” Cunningham. Wilkes provided Duke with prostitutes, vacations, jet boats, concert and football tickets and large amounts of cash. Overall it amounted to $600,000 in gifts and cash in exchange for $80 million in defense contracts. Wilkes gets 12 years in prison for bribery March 21, 2008
Former Central Intelligence Agency Executive Director, Republican Kyle “Dusty” Foggo was indicted for corrupting the CIA’s agency's contracts by steering them toward Cunningham’s fundraiser and defense contractor Brent Wilkes. Upon changing his venue to Virginia, Foggo is now facing new indictments. Wiki
Former Top CIA Official Indicted
Former top CIA official may face new charges in corruption case
February 4, 2008
Republican Mitchell Wade, a New York mortgage broker pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit an unlawful monetary transaction (bribing Rep. Randy “Duke” Cunningham) and to making a false statement to a federal grand jury. The FEC has also levied a fine of $1 million against Wade. New York broker in Cunningham scandal pleads guilty
Sentencing for Wade has been set for December 15, 2008.
December sentencing for Cunningham bribery figure February 5, 2008
Republican John Michael, a New York Mortgage broker pleaded guilty to a charge of conspiracy to commit money laundering and to subsequently lying to a federal grand jury. He has yet to be sentenced. He faces a maximum of five years in prison on each charge and a $250,000 fine.
New York broker in Cunningham scandal pleads guilty
March 8, 2008
Republican Thomas Kontogiannis, a financier and John Michael's uncle (by marriage), has pleaded guilty to money laundering. He admitted to help finance the purchase of Cunningham's $2.5 million house in Rancho Santa Fe in a deal that evolved from two military contractors' alleged plans to bribe the congressman. Kontogiannis, a Long Island developer, also pleaded guilty in 2002 to bribery and kickback charges in connection with a $6.3 million bid-rigging scheme involving the New York public schools.