Tuesday, June 20, 2006

First Bush administration official found guilty

David Safavian, ex-chief procurement officer at the Government Services Administration, has been found guilty on 4 of 5 federal charges. There were two charges for obstucting justice during investigations into the Scotland trip he was given by Jack Abramoff, and three charges of making false statements or concealing information from GSA ethics officials, a GSA inspector general investigator and a Senate investigator. He was acquitted of the charge of obstructing justice in the investigation by the Senate Committee and convicted on the other four charges.

[Source Houston Chronicle]

There will be more legal action coming from the Jack Abramoff activities with the Bush administration.

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