<>Posted by Fran Tuesday, 9/20/2005 9:35 PM>
RawStory has a great piece, by John Byrne regarding corruption.
Safavian, 38, who oversaw $300 billion in federal procurement for President George W. Bush, quit Friday after an FBI operation alleged he obstructed an investigation and tried to finagle a government deal for a friend. He was appointed in 2004.
Yet what is most significant about Safavian's case isn't Safavian himself. Itâ€™s the fact that he was arrestedâ€”and that emails he sent to conservative superlobbyist Jack Abramoff indicated that those on the trip knew that a trip to
It's definitely worth a click.