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RANDALL HAROLD CUNNINGHAMCAMaleRepConvinctiedYesUSHoRFederalYesRANDALL HAROLD CUNNINGHAM #94405-198
USP TUCSON
U.S. PENITENTIARY
FEDERAL SATELLITE LOW
P.O. BOX 24549
TUCSON, AZ 85734
NONeNONE"I made a very wrong turn. I rationalized decisions I knew were wrong. I did that, sir," Cunningham said.YESYESAP 2006
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John G RowlandCTMAleRepConvictedYesGovernorStateYes98 LEONARD RD
MIDDLEBURY, CT 06762
He motions for another brandy. "Somewhere around then is when the sense of entitlement takes over. People wanted to give me things, make my life easier, allow me to relax. A night on vacation for $100 less at somebody's house who had a contract [with the state]? It never crossed my mind to worry about that, the ethics of it, the wisdom. I told myself, 'I've earned it. I work hard. I'm often away working, my kids suffer, and I only make $78,000.' At the time I was paying about -- whatever it was -- close to $45,000 in child support to my ex, which left only 33 [thousand] for me before taxes or whatever it was. I was living on 15 to 20 grand [a year].
" . . . A lot of people in state government made more than me most of the time. My chief of staff made $125,000 or something like that. I think my press secretary made a buck ten. You begin thinking, 'I'm making nothing compared to a lot of other people, and I'm working all the time.' . . . My sense of entitlement was the evil -- the feeling that everybody owes you. After a while the favors took on a life of their own. . . . You're just doing your job and more people are telling you that you're great and wanting to help you in any way. And you have financial people telling you that one day you're going to be president, that there's no stopping you."

MLMoLWashPost A Look Back, And Up
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Kwame KilpatrickMIMaleDemConvictedYesMayorLocalYes"Is disobedience of the government ever justified?" the @KwameAndFamily Twitter account asked yesterday.
A few hours later: "We must obey God rather than men."
This morning: "Moral responsibility may compel you to disobey the law."
Corruption is innate in government.
Equality exists where the laws apply to everyone.
Government means an imbalance of power.
NPBAHLTwitter via TPM http://tpmmuckraker.talkingpointsmemo.com/2010/12/kwame_on_twitter_moral_responsibility_may_compel_y.php
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Craig CallawayNJMaleDemConvictedYesAtlantic City CouncilmanLocalYesCraig Callaway #000804045A South Woods State Prison 215 South Burlington Rd. Bridgeton, New Jersey 08302YES Soprano State p269NPBFILLINalso sex tape guy, http://www.foxnews.com/wires/2008Dec06/0,4670,AtlanticCityCorruption,00.html
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Stanley FriedmanNYMaleDemConvictedYesParty LeaderPartyNo"Upon his release form prison, Friedman commented that the problem with his position ahs been 'the longer you're in, you acqurie a propritary interest in the position. Because you justifiy you're doing a good job governmentally you rationalize that you're above the law. You feel you own the job. It begets arrogance'" (almanac 263).NPBMoL
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Marion BarryDCMaleDemConvictedYesMayorStateYes400 Orange St SE
Washington, DC 20032
"I am a different kind of council member," Barry said. "I ran to get resources, to uplift people of Ward 8 to do everything I can to empower them."NPBLhttp://voices.washingtonpost.com/dc/2010/02/bennett_report_barry_benefited.html?hpid=newswell
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Bruce WeyhrauchAKMaleRepIndictedNoState RepStateYes114 FRANKLIN ST Juneau, AK 99801In an interview after his sentencing, Weyhracuh said he was following legistlative guidelines when he solcited work from Veco without reporting it. And Veco wasn't the only companywith business before the Legislature that he asked. - AND 3/15/2011NPBL
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Steve ClarkARMaleOther/UnknownConvictedUnknownAttorney GeneralStateYes""I'm a felon. What I did was wrong. I don't rationalize it. I can't rationalize it."NONOhttp://www.miaminewtimes.com/2006-07-13/news/classroom-felon/W2
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Michael Hooks, SrTNMaleDemConvictedYesCounty CommisionerCountyYesMICHAEL A HOOKS
1244 PARKWAY S
MEMPHIS, TN 38114
“Things just went bad. Yes, I had knowledge that he was over-billing. Our paperwork wasn’t in order. But we legitimately did some work and there was some work there that probably wasn’t,” he said. MLL
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Vincent "Buddy" Cianci, Jr.RIMaleOther/UnknownConvictedYesMayorLocalYes903 Providence PLace Providence, RI 02903"It was more that they convicted him for being the captain of the ship and this happened on his watch." -http://www.projo.com/news/content/projo_20051012_cianci12.131d53aa.htmlMLDoR
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Charles FlahertyMAMaleDemConvictedYesState AssemblyStateYes"In an interview in his office last week, Mr. Flaherty brushed off the tax evasion charge, and said he had done nothing wrong. "I signed a document," he said, referring to papers he said his lawyer had prepared in 1987 when his 1983 tax return was audited. "It's a mistake on a tax form."" - http://www.nytimes.com/1996/04/07/us/it-s-a-tough-time-for-the-democratic-party-in-massachusetts.html?pagewanted=2&src=pmMLSW
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Thomas L. BromwellMDMALEDemConvictedYesState SenatorStateYesTHOMAS L BROMWELL SR 43186-037 FCI MORGANTOWN FEDERAL CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTION P.O. BOX 1000 MORGANTOWN, WV 26507Bromwell's attorney, Barry L. Pollack, said Bromwell's crimes "represent a fraction" of his public career, which began in the House of Delegates in 1979 and ended last year at the Injured Workers Insurance Fund, an independent state agency. Bromwell served in the Senate from 1983 to 2002.

Pollack maintained the contractors on whose behalf Bromwell interceded did good work and that the contracts "do not represent any loss to the taxpayers of Maryland."
MLMoLhttp://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_qn4183/is_20070725/ai_n19447737/
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Frank GigliottiPAMaleDemConvictedYesState RepStateYesManifesto argued that his client's 12-year service in the Legislature should have been considered as a whole and suggested that the extortion for which he was prosecuted as a legislator was a one-time occurrence. - http://www.post-gazette.com/regionstate/20000622gigliottireg1.aspMLMoL
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Joseph P. KolterPAMaleDemConvictedYesUSHoRFederalYes"The government seeks to criminalize, without notice, practices long known and conduct long allowed under House ... rules in violation of the basic tenets of due process," Kolter's attorneys said in papers filed in U.S. District Court in Washington. -http://www.highbeam.com/doc/1P2-921301.htmlGDBL
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Martin G. BarnesNJMaleRepConvictedYesMayorLocalYes15 Ridge Ter
Paterson, NJ 07514
(973) 279-8600"Judge Bassler specifically noted Barnes' blaming his crimes on overwork and getting "caught up" in city politics for his inability to see that what he was doing was wrong. " WikiGDBDoRNew York Times 2003
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Lesly DevereauxNJFemaleDemConvictedNoCoS to Commerce SecetaryStateNo74 Azalea Place Piscataway, NJ 08854-7501(800) 528-1997, Leslydevereaux@aol.com“Her pitch to the jury yesterday boiled down to this: In the slimy pit of New Jersey politics everybody does this kind of stuff" GDBDoRsopra state 43
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Wayne BryantNJMaleDemConvictedYesState SenatorStateYesWAYNE R BRYANT 60496-050 INMATE NAME & REGISTER NUMBERFCI BECKLEY FEDERAL CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTION P.O. BOX 350 BEAVER, WV 25813The attorney defending former state Sen. Wayne Bryant against criminal fraud charges played the "Republicans did it too" card yesterday.GDBSWhttp://blog.nj.com/ledgerarchives/2008/10/lawyer_bryant_did_what_republi.html
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William CottonTNMaleDemConvictedYesCounty CommisionerCountyYes3944 Caine Ln,  Chattanooga, TN 37421-2132 (423) 855-1764The Defenses strategy includes not calling Love to testify, believing that Cotton felt the deal was legitimate, and to disreguard phrases from the undercover agents. - http://www.newschannel9.com/news/cotton-3457-love-says.htmlERL
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Calvin WilliamsTNMaleRepConvictedYesCounty AdministratorCountyNoWilliams claims he was owed that money, saying he and Willis shared a consulting business. He denies using any political influence on the County Commission.

After court Tuesday, Williams admitted it was a tough day, but says he's looking forward to tell his side.

"We're going to put our case on tomorrow and you'll get the interviews and story tomorrow that's the only thing I can tell you is that we're going to start our proof tomorrow and you'll get it tomorrow," he said. - http://www.wmctv.com/story/5917199/update-prosecution-rests-in-calvin-williams-trial?clienttype=printable
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Lawrence "Larry" SmithFLMaleDemConvictedYesUSHRFederalYes3511 8th Ave
Hollywood, FL 33021
"There was never an intention to abuse the system, and I never wrote a check for more than the balance in the account as I understood it," Smith said.
Smith said he and his wife, Sheila, used the account to pay "household expenses" in Florida and Washington, including his then-college-age children's monthly allowances. He said the largest bad check he wrote was for $2,000.
Smith insisted his overdrafts were "small" in contrast to the amounts other congressmen kited. He pointed to Rep. Dante Fascell, the South Dade Democrat, who recently admitted a one- day overdraft of $100,000 -- a check Fascell wrote on March 27, 1989, to invest in a jumbo certificate of deposit at Sun Bank in Miami.
"That was a huge amount of money, 50 times anything I wrote," Smith said.
ERSWMiami Herlad 1992
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Dan RostenkowskiILMaleDemConvictedYesUSHoRFederalYes1372 EVERGREEN AVE CHICAGO, IL 60622Rostenkowski dismissed his offenses as merely giving away ashtrays and chairs and hiring the children of his friends. ERL-- Neil A. Lewis, "Clinton Pardons Political Master Rostenkowski," New York Times,December 23, 2000
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Robert TorricelliNJMaleDemHouse EthicsNoUSHRFederalYes127 Kingwood Stockton Rd
Stockton, NJ 08559
orrciellie declares that he never accepted any "illegal gifts" from Change and that any help he provided was routing and appropriate consittuent service" - WashPo teorrciili and his money manERL
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Mary Rose OakarOHFemaleDemConvictedNoUSHRFederalYes1892 30th St
Cleveland, OH 44113
(216) 522-0550"Im very sorry that I made mistakes during a very turbulent campaign..what I've learned is that you have to be very careful in a very, very technical way with regard to campaign law"ERDoRhttp://news.google.com/newspapers?id=wvkpAAAAIBAJ&sjid=QA4EAAAAIBAJ&pg=2861,15947&dq=mary+rose+oakar+ohio&hl=en
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James Anthony Traficant, JROHMaleDemConvictedYesUSHoRFederalYes429 Main St YOUNGSTOWN, OH 44514He said he was the victim of a prosecutors' vendetta stemming from his having beat federal racketeering charges in 1983, when he was a sheriff. He convinced the jury then that he had taken $163,000 in mob money because he was running an undercover sting. He was elected to Congress the next year.

''The pressure of the government to get Traficant,'' the representative said, ''courses through every charge.''
ERSWNYT 2002
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Lena SwansonWAFemaleDemConvictedYesDep. Of VA AideFederalYes2123 SNYDER AVE
BREMERTON, WA 98312
(360) 377-7011Yes. As a result of what happened to me, the veteran can now file, when he files the appeal, he can hire an attorney or an independent claims agent at the local level. I'd like to think I helped blaze the trail for that. ERRAInterview
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Kyle Dustin FoggoCAMaleOther/UnknownConvictedYesCIAFederalNoKYLE DUSTIN FOGGO 73411-083 USP MCCREARYU.S. PENITENTIARYP.O. BOX 3000PINE KNOT, KY 42635Wilkes had taken Mr. Foggo on expensive vacations, paid for his meals at expensive restaurants and promised him a lucrative job when he retired.

“I was taking a trip with my best friend,” Mr. Foggo said in his defense. “It looked bad, but we had been taking trips together since we were 17 years old.”

Mr. Foggo said he had turned to Mr. Wilkes’ companies to bypass the cumbersome C.I.A. bureaucracy, not to provide a sweetheart deal to his oldest friend. “I needed something done by someone I trusted in private industry,” Mr. Foggo said.
ERLNYT 2009 http://www.nytimes.com/2009/08/13/world/13foggo.html?pagewanted=2&_r=1
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Jay KimCAMaleRepConvictedNoUSHoRFederalYes21965 ANNETTE AVE LAKE FOREST, CA 92630(949) 458-1700Yisei: You have had your share of alleged scandals recently concerning campaign finances. Do you think the media has portrayed you unfairly concerning these alleged scandals? If so, why? How do you think the media portrays Korean-Americans? Do you think that portrayal is accurate and fair?
Kim: First, I have not been charged with anything, despite what appears to be an extensive probe. I believe that the media coverage of this situation has been very unfair. I believe that coverage of this matter has had a very negative, racial overtone emphasizing the "Korean" connections of the American corporations that were found to have made mistakes in following the Federal Election Campaign Act. And, the kind of mistakes they made were common, especially considering the complexities of these federal election laws. For example, many companies in California are unaware that employees cannot be reimbursed for federal political contributions whereas they can be for California state-level and local-level political contributions. -http://www.hcs.harvard.edu/~yisei/issues/summer_97/kim.html
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David DurenbergerMNMaleRepConvictedNoUS SenateFederalYes649 SUMMIT AVE SAINT PAUL, MN 55105(651) 222-4460While he has not disputed much of the evidence, Mr. Durenberger has publicly apologized for making mistakes and has blamed his lawyers for sloppy bookkeeping.

- http://www.nytimes.com/1990/06/10/us/hearings-near-durenberger-stumps.html?pagewanted=2&src=pm
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Walter R. Tucker IIICAMaleDemConvictedYesMayorLocalYes6641 South Troy StreetChicago, IL 60629-2913"Mr. Tucker never meant anything sinister or illegal," Ramsey said. "He meant campaign contributions. What was in Mr. Macardican's mind he didn't know. Was Mr. Tucker supposed to know he was talking about bribery? This was the first time they had ever met."ERLhttp://articles.latimes.com/1995-11-18/local/me-4517_1_young-man-s-life
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Bill CampbellGAMaleDemConvictedYesMayorLocalYes128 Isle Dr
Palm Bch Gdns, FL 33418
(561) 694-8683

"[Campbell's defense attorneys] countered that Campbell's extra money came from his gambling winnings and speaking engagements, and that Campbell's subordinates had used his name without his knowledge to enrich themselves. - Washpost 3/11/06ERL
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Rene ManshoHIFemaleDemConvictedYesCity CouncilLocalYes94 Kahulialii 428
Mililani, HI 96789
(808) 623-7160 works RMansho@schn.com"a hard time saying no to people who need help for some problem." Mansho seems hesitant to examine publicly and privately the mess she's in. "I don't think about it. I try to stay positive," she says. But pressed to pinpoint when it was that she might have lost her way, she responds, "Maybe it was the transit thing."

Mansho thinks that her "no" vote on a tax increase to finance a rail transit system garnered her the disfavor of the system's supporters. They formed the core of her detractors, she says, the ones who would later petition for her recall, the ones who would seek her impeachment.

"That's all I want to do," she says, between sips of merlot. "My intentions are to serve my constituents, to do what I can for the community."
ERSWhttp://archives.starbulletin.com/2002/04/21/editorial/indexspecial.html
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Andy MirikitaniHIMaleDemConvictedYesCity CouncilLocalYes511 Water St
Waxahachie, TX 75165
(972) 937-7656 ConnectedMirikitani testified that he made it clear to McMillan that the bonus and the contribution were not related." -http://archives.starbulletin.com/2001/06/29/news/story4.htmlERL
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Sharpe JamesNJMaleDemCOnvictedYesMayorLocalYesIn James’ eyes, the charge was bogus.
"If you call in sick and go to a ballgame — that’s separation of honest services," James said. "If there’s no fraud and there’s no chicanery and no loss to the city, why am I here having burritos today at Petersburg?"
ERLhttp://www.nj.com/news/index.ssf/2010/04/unbowed_james_set_to_return_to.html
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Joseph PannoneRiMaleOther/UnknownConvictedYesChair of Board of Tax AssesmentLocalNo86 Lucille St
Providence, RI 02908
(401) 351-5598 ConnectedMany of Cianci’s campaign contributions, he confided, “went south.” Bribe money was referred to as “green” or “scarole,” slang for escarole, a green Italian vegetable. Pannone also shared some lessons on the art of bribery, which he said he had received from Cianci, whom he had known when the mayor was a boy: “Never talk on the phone, never get a check, but get cash when you’re one-on-one.”

Pannone talked about how he liked to help people as chairman of the tax board, but acknowledged that his assistance sometimes came with a price. He kept his kickback money in the bureau beside his bed, under a picture of a saint.
ERRAhttp://www.projo.com/news/content/Pannone_Restitution_10-19-08_5HBTNH3_v31.37498f7.html
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Nick WilsonARMaleDemConvictedYesState SenateStateYes46 Pine Dr
Pocahontas, AR 72455
When Wilson hasn't been pointing his fingers at political motivation, he has complained that the prosecution has conveniently ignored that the program allegedly used for the money laundering are "some of our best programs." While each has maintained their own innocence, none of the 10 defendants have claimed innocence for fellow defendants in the case.ERSWhttp://www.wildcat82.com/ArkansasMonitor/news/nick_wilson_trial.html
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Edwin EdwardsLAMaleDemConvictedYesGovernorStateYesEDWIN EDWARDS 03128-095 FDC OAKDALEFEDERAL DETENTION CENTER P.O. BOX 5010OAKDALE, LA 71463Edwards was sentenced to a ten-year federal prison sentence for scheming to demand kickbacks from applicants for riverboat gambling licenses in Louisiana during his fourth and final term in office. While Edwards says he is not guilty of the crimes for which he was convicted, he says he is repentant.

"I'm repentant because I was so stupid picking bad friends but I had no way of knowing they would flip on me and destroy our relationship. I thought I was helping them," said Edwards.

Edwards says he never once thought he would go to jail. But now that he has had time to think, he admits he made some mistakes. "I was lackadaisical, flippant and that's one of my minuses. Probably if I had been more serious and concerned I might not be here talking to you today," said Edwards.
ERDoRhttp://www.wafb.com/Global/story.asp?S=1485009
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Joseph ConiglioNJMaleDemConvictedYesState SenatorStateYesJOSEPH CONIGLIO 29142-050 USP LEWISBURG U.S. PENITENTIARY P.O. BOX 1000 LEWISBURG, PA 17837Conglio's attorney, Gerald Krovatin, had argued the contract with the Bergen County hospital had been fully disclosed and described his client's role simply as a "good will ambassador" for the hospital.ERRAhttp://www.nj.com/news/index.ssf/2009/04/former_state_senator_convicted.html
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Vincent FumoPAMaleDemConvictedYesState SenatorStateYesVINCENT J FUMO 62033-066 FCI ASHLAND FEDERAL CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTION P.O. BOX 6001 ASHLAND, KY 41105"Maybe I should not have asked my staff to do the favors I did," an ashen-faced Fumo said before he was sentenced. "Judge, I never intended to steal. The last thing on my mind was taking money from anybody. I've never done that."ERDoRhttp://abclocal.go.com/wpvi/story?section=news/politics&id=6913871
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Roscoe DixonTNMaleDemConvictedYesState SenatorStateYesROSCOE DIXON 20284-076 FDC OAKDALE
FEDERAL DETENTION CENTER
P.O. BOX 5010
OAKDALE, LA 71463
Dixon told the jury he took $2,500 in E-Cycle cash from an aide and a government informant but denied doing anything illegal for the money. He described the money as a gift from friends grateful for his help in their efforts to become lobbyists.ERLhttp://nodnc.com/modules.php?name=Content&pa=showpage&pid=424
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John FordTNMaleDemConvictedYesState SenatorStateYesJOHN FORD 20286-076 FCI YAZOO CITY LOW FEDERAL CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTION P.O. BOX 5000 YAZOO CITY, MS 39194"John Ford is a part time legislator. He's a full time consultant," Scholl says. -http://wreg.blogspot.com/search?updated-max=2007-04-25T10%3A11%3A00-05%3A00&max-results=7ERL
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Thomas AndersonAKMaleRepConvictedYesState RepStateYesTHOMAS JAMES ANDERSON 13436-041 FCI SHERIDAN FEDERAL CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTION P.O. BOX 5000SHERIDAN, OR 97378"Mr. Anderson believed at the time, that his actions were not in any way unlawful," Stockler says in the 47-page sentencing memorandum.

"Rather, he erroneously and indeed naively thought that he could properly serve two masters: the people of the State of Alaska, and a private consulting client seeking to capitalize on access to a legislator."

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Read more: http://www.adn.com/2007/10/09/243383/anderson-admits-he-broke-law-violated.html#ixzz1Gcig35dr
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Pete KottAKMaleRepConvictedYesState RepStateYesreleasedIn a 12-page memorandum filed last week, Kott’s lawyer argues that, among other reasons, Kott should be acquitted because former Veco Corp. chief executive Bill Allen was foremost his friend and anything Kott received was simply a gift.

Read more: http://www.adn.com/2007/10/09/243384/kott-asks-judge-to-toss-jury-decision.html#ixzz1UMUvCHHf
ERLhttp://www.adn.com/2007/10/09/243383/anderson-admits-he-broke-law-violated.html
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Vic KohringAKMaleRepConvictedYesState RepStateYesreleasedKohring's defense asserted that it was friendship, not greed and politics, that led Kohring to ask Allen and Smith for money and do Veco's bidding in Juneau.



Read more: http://www.adn.com/2007/11/01/243527/kohring-neither-defiant-nor-remorseful.html#ixzz1UMX26JIQ
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Pat NolanCAMaleRepConvictedYesState AssemblyStateYesPATRICK J NOLAN
108 EXMOOR CT NW
LEESBURG, VA 20176
But Thursday night he said that admission was false. He admitted accepting the $20,000 in question--which the FBI said were bribes--but maintained he did so only to strengthen the Republican leadership, not to benefit himself.

http://articles.latimes.com/1994-02-25/news/mn-27237_1_assemblyman-pat-nolan
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Frank HillCAMaleRepConvictedYesState AssemblyStateYes5344 Magnolia Ter
Whittier, CA 90601
Hill's lawyer painted a vastly different picture, describing the legislator as an honorable middle-class family man who never "linked money to legislation."

http://articles.latimes.com/1994-05-11/news/mn-56359_1_frank-hill
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Robert Alphonso "Bob" Taft IIOhioMaleRepConvictedNoGovernorStateYes358 PARKVIEW AVE COLUMBUS, OH 43209"There are no words to express the deep remorse that I feel over the embarrassment that I have caused for my administration and for the people of the state of Ohio," Taft said after the sentencing. "I offer my sincere and heartfelt apology, and I hope the people will understand that these mistakes, though major and important mistakes, were done unintentionally, and I hope and pray they will accept my apology." Washington Post 2005ERDoR
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Charles LoveTNMaleOther/UnknownConvictedYesCounty School Board MemberCountyYesCHARLES E LOVE
1020 TALLEY RD
CHATTANOOGA, TN 37411
(423) 624-8222
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Cark Christopher PerkinsKYMaleDemConvictedYesUSHRFederalYes1401 15th St
Huntington, WV 25701
(304) 697-3968 Connected
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Michael A EpsyMSMaleDemAcquittedNoUSHRFederalYes124 Cherry Laurel Ln
Ridgeland, MS 39157
(601) 853-4556
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Frank BalanceNCMaleDemConvictedYesUSHRFederalYes1103 Dr Martin Luther King Jr Blvd
Warrenton, NC 27589
(252) 257-1012
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Robert GarciaNYMaleDemIndictedNoUSHRFederalYes37193 Adams Green Ln
Middleburg, VA 20117
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Mario BiaggiNYMaleDemConvictedYesUSHRFederalYes100 Mosholu Pkwy S
Bronx, NY 10468
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Albert Garza BustamanteTXMaleDemConvictedYesUSHRFederalYes19 Carriage Hls
San Antonio, TX 78257
(210) 375-0757
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William HeatonDCMaleRepConvictedNoUSHR StafferFederalNo1319 Maryland Ave NE Washington DC 20002
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Patrick L SwindallGAMaleRepConvictedYesUSHRFederalYes87 Peachtree St NE
Atlanta, GA 30303
(404) 223-5580
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Robert W NeyOHMaleRepConvictedYesUSHRFederalYes831 Engle Switch Rd
Harpers Ferry, WV 25425
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Joseph Michael McDadePAMaleRepAcquittedNoUSHRFederalYes8502 Crestview Dr
Fairfax, VA 22031
(703) 560-9899 Connected
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Joseph GanimCTMaleDemConvictedYesMayorLocalYes45 Sailors Ln
Bridgeport, CT 06605
(203) 367-8800
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David ReinertILMaleOther/UnknownConvictedYesTown SupervisorLocalYes1280 Parkview Dr
Elgin, IL 60123
(847) 931-1217 Connected
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Louis V. MessercolaNJMaleOther/UnknownConvictedYesMayorLocalYes21 Atherton Ct
Wayne, NJ 07470 CHECK
(973) 696-6139
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Artin H. ColoianRIMaleOther/UnknownAcquittedYesMayoral AideLocalNo65 Lancashire St
Providence, RI 02908
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Frank CorrenteRIMaleOther/UnknownConvictedYesMayoral AideLocalNo10 Swift St
Providence, RI 02904
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Charles PaniciILMaleRepConvictedYesMayorLocalYes213 Raye Dr
Chicago Hts, IL 60411
(708) 754-9655 Connected
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Louise MarshallILRepConvictedYesCity CouncilLocalYes623 Enterprise Rd
Chicago Hts, IL 60411
(708) 481-3858
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Don SiegelmanALMaleDemConvictedYesGovernorStateYes514 Washington Ave Montgomery, AL 36104
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Jim Guy TuckerARMaleDemConvictedNoGovernorStateYesJIM G TUCKER
19 VALLEY CLUB CIR
LITTLE ROCK, AR 72212
(501) 219-0013
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Michael R. BeardenARMaleDemUnknownState SenateStateYes1101 Walnut St
Blytheville, AR 72315
(870) 762-8174 Connected
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Michael ToddARMaleDemUnknownState SenateStateYes
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Steve BellARMaleDemUnknownState SenateStateYes
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Joseph MontoyaCAMaleDemConvictedYesState SenateStateYesJOSEPH B MONTOYA
14063 PROCTOR AVE
LA PUENTE, CA 91746
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Marshall IgeHIMaleDemConvictedYesState SenatorStateYes46-530 HAIKU RD
KANEOHE, HI 96744
(808) 235-4648
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Dianne WilkersonMAFemaleDemIndictedNoState SenatorStateYes74 Howland St Dorchester MA 02121
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Michael MitchellMDMaleDemConvictedYesState SenateStateYes321 Calvert St
Baltimore, MD 21202
(410) 383-9333
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Clarence MitchellMDMaleDemConvictedYesState SenateStateYes1239 Druid Hill Ave Baltimore, MD 21217
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David Lee WaltersOKMaleDemConvictedNoGovernorStateYes6219 Riviera Dr
Oklahoma City, OK 73112
(405) 848-1134 Connected
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David HallOKMaleDemConvictedYesGovernorStateYes4130 La Jolla Village Dr
La Jolla, CA 92037
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Frank LaGrottaPAMaleDemConvictedNoState RepStateYes718 LAWRENCE AVE ELLWOOD CITY, PA 16117 724) 752-1133c
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Kathryn I. BowersTNFemaleDemConvcitedYesState SenatorStateYesKATHRYN I BOWERS
1458 TIMOTHY DR
MEMPHIS, TN 38116
(901) 332-8429
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Ward CrutchfieldTNMaleDemConvictedYesState SenatorStateYes503 Battery Pl Chattanooga, TN 37403-1210(423) 266-1418
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Burton L ElliottARMaleOther/UnknownUnknownState AideStateNo408 College Ave
Fayetteville, AR 72701
(479) 444-8143 Connected
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John CowderyAKMaleRepConvictedNoState SenatorStateYes8120 LAKE OTIS PKWY ANCHORAGE, AK 99507
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Milton HoltHIMaleRepConvictedYesState SEnatorStateYes1461 School St
Honolulu, HI 96817
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George H RyanILMaleRepConvictedYesGovernorStateYesGEORGE H RYAN SR 16627-424 FCI TERRE HAUTEFEDERAL CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTION P.O. BOX 33TERRE HAUTE, IN 47808
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William WebsterMOMaleRepConvictedYesAttorney GeneralStateYes
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Ernie PreatePAMaleRepConvictedYesAttorney GeneralStateYes550 Clay Ave
Scranton, PA 18510
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Chris NewtonTNMaleRepConvictedYesState RepStateYesCHRIS NEWTON 245 CHEROKEE CIR BENTON, TN 37307(423) 338-7630
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Arch A Moore Jr.WVMaleRepConvictedYesGovernorStateYes507 Jefferson Ave
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(304) 845-9718
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