Saturday, September 15, 2007

Sen. Ted Stevens, Deak Of Cards Of Corruption Falling Down

A former energy company executive testified yesterday that his employees worked on an expansive reconstruction of the house of Sen. Ted Stevens (R), who is under investigation in a federal probe of corruption among Alaska lawmakers.
Bill Allen, the former chief executive of Veco Corp., said he personally oversaw the rebuilding of Stevens's house near Anchorage, visiting the home about once a month, and gave the senator furniture. "I gave Ted some old furniture," Allen testified. "I don't think there was a lot of material. There was some labor."

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