Tuesday, May 02, 2006


Sex Scandal Around Defense Contractors and Congress

The ABC investigative news blog reports that a major sex scandal is fermenting around Congress and defense contractors. The WaPo and Wall Street Journal are also working on the story.

One of the sidelights, that might prove very interesting, if not terribly surprising, is that a limo service, whose owner has a history of criminal activity, landed a $20 million contract with Homeland Security. Why not? We already know Homeland Security has turned out to be a hang-out for sexual perps...

I still want to know how Jeff Gannon fits into all this...

Congressional Sex Scandal?

May 02, 2006 10:26 AM
Brian Ross

The Congressional payoff scandal may soon be known as the Congressional sex scandal.

The FBI is now investigating whether hookers were part of the scheme used by defense companies to get lucrative contracts.

We already know about the cash, cars, mansions and yachts that changed hands in the case of disgraced former Congressman Duke Cunningham.

But now sources close to the investigation tell us, as well as the Washington Post and the Wall Street Journal, that sexual favors may have been part of the deal.

The allegations include descriptions of Washington, D.C. poker parties in hotel suites, where prostitutes were brought by limousine as part of the entertainment.

No comment from the owner of the limousine company, a man with a long criminal record who just happened to get a $20 million contract to provide limousine service for the Department of Homeland Security.

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