Justice Department to Announce Charges Against Sen. Stevens

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  1. Revmitchell

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    WASHINGTON — Alaska Sen. Ted Stevens allegedly made false statements to cover up gifts given to him by an oil contractor seeking his help on Capitol Hill, according to a seven-count federal indictment charging Stevens obtained Tuesday.

    Stevens, 84, is the longest-serving Republican in the Senate and has been under investigation for more than a year, with a heavy focus on work done to his Girdwood, Alaska, ski-community home.

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    If I read correctly, he recieved over a quarter million dollars in those gifts.


    But at his age, he'll pretty much have enjoyed his ill gotten booty, and no come-uppance will be seen, by us. If found guilty, that is.
     

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