DeLay: FBI 'running amok'

Bolton, Alexander
May 2007
Hill;5/9/2007, Vol. 14 Issue 54, p1
The article reports on the appeal of one-time House Majority Leader Tom DeLay to the Justice Department to cast off its investigation involving his wife and previous political associates in the U.S. The investigation focuses on the connection of Delay's wife from the two organizations managed by Ed Buckham, a lobbyist and friend with previous Republican leader. It reveals that Tony Rudy, DeLay's previous chief of staff plead guilty on conspiracy bribery charges.


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