FBI needs to keep cleaning up Congress - William J. Jefferson
William J. Jefferson he certainly isn't the only person committing crimes in Congress?
Do you know how many Cogressman have others front running on news ritually in the market? Staying under the radar because perhaps your superiors share trigger numbers to help them avoid detection?
You men are the only line between corruption violating the US Citizen.
Always remember your superiors are not always correct, if they were than many of you of other races would not be employed there currently. They didn't let persons of race or sexua oritentation in previously for so long and it was approved by the FBI top brass.
Question all, even your superiors; DO NOT BE GOOD SOLDIERS BE GREAT CITIZENS.
DOES YOUR CONGRESSPERSON HAVE A CRIMINAL RECORD?
Below are a list of your elected representatives (mostly federal, but I don't mind including state politicians either when they interact with the feds) who have or had criminal records on their Congressional rap sheet. Note the specific language: "Charged" means formal charges have / had been made, though the representative was not necessarily convicted. (I include charges only if said representative shows a pattern of behavior along those lines.) Convicted...well, you get the idea.
An asterisk at the end of a Congressfolk's record means that the charges came either before or after their terms...though often the "after" is the result of something(s) done while in the Capitol. Best of all, a name in boldface means that the representative is still a representative!
REP. MARIO BIAGGI (D-NY): In 1988 he was convicted of obstructing justice, tax evasion, conspiracy, extortion, and accepting bribes.
CORRINNE BROWN (D-FL): Failed to pay unemployment taxes to the state of Florida; sued by several airlines for unpaid bills and falsified travel reports; failed to report sale of her Tallahassee travel agency; improperly reported the sale of her Gainesville travel agency; sued by Whirlpool Corp. for unpaid bills; pursued by the IRS for $14,228 in unpaid taxes; investigations by the House Ethics Committee for possible acceptance of bribes; refused to file reports in the House about potential conflicts of interest while overseeing airlines she dealt with through her travel agencies; charged with money laundering.
REP. ALBERT BUSTAMANTE (D-TX): Convicted in 1993 of racketeering and accepting an illegal gratuity.
TONY COELHO (D-CA): Currently under investigation for fraud while serving as U.S. Commissioner General of Expo '98 in Lisbon, Portugal.* He was Al Gore's primary presidential campaign manager until he resigned citing health reasons.