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While the whole HSU thing has gotten much play across all of the media, the MSM and the real MSM of the right wing, this whole Alan Fabian mess has gotten played down big time.. how come Hsu has gotten so much press and Fabian has not?? The problem here is the quest for power and in this day and age the candidate with the most money has the most power. Romney's pretty boy image and campaign, along with all of his high priced haircuts has quite a few skeletons in his closet..
-- National Finance Co-Chair Alan Fabian Indicted on Massive Fraud and
Money Laundering Charges. On August 9th, Alan B. Fabian of
****eysville, Maryland was indicted on 23 counts counts of mail fraud,
money laundering, bankruptcy fraud, perjury, and obstruction of
justice. Fabian allegedly "ran a scheme to make $32 million in false
purchases of computer equipment, spending the money instead on beach
real estate and private jet travel." The case ranks as "one of the
largest monetary theft cases ever prosecuted in Maryland." Fabian had
been Romney's national finance committee co-chair since January 2007,
and had contributed the maximum $2300 to the campaign. [Associated
Press, 8/9/07; Baltimore Business Journal, 8/9/07; Boston Globe,
-- Deputy Campaign Manager Tied to Abramoff Scandal, Paid Over $10,000
AFTER He Resigned. Romney's deputy campaign manager and former chief
of staff to Tom Feeney, daily operating officer Jason Roe resigned
abruptly on April 24 ... . Roe's resignation came only days after the
FBI questioned Feeney about a 2003 golfing trip he took that was paid
for by convicted ex-lobbyist Jack Abramoff. The FBI also requested
correspondence Roe sent to the St. Petersburg Times regarding Feeney's
Scotland trip. According to the Times, Roe's email asserted, "Any
assertion that this office knew Abramoff paid for the Scotland trip is
a g--d----- lie." [Hotline, 4/24/07] In May 2007, the Romney campaign
paid Jason Roe $10,590, though his regular pay was just under $4,000
per pay period. However, the $10,000 payment to Roe came nearly a
month -- a full pay period -- after he had resigned from Romney's
campaign, purportedly due to an FBI probe into his former boss's Jack
Abramoff connections. [Hotline, 4/24/07; Romney for President Second
Quarter Report, July 2007, Federal Elections Commission, accessed
-- Director of Operations Investigated for Impersonating a Police Officer
in New Hampshire and Massachusetts. "The New Hampshire Attorney General
launched a probe in allegations that Jay Garrity, Romney's director of
operations, illegally pulled over New York Times reporter Mark
Leibovich, claiming he had run the journalist's license plate.
Leibovich said Garrity directed him off the road, told him he ran his
plate and that he was not allowed to follow Romney's caravan. Jane
Young, chief of the AG's criminal bureau, said, 'The AG was contacted
about the alleged incident and we are presently conducting an
investigation into the allegations'" [Boston Herald, 6/22/07] "Jay
Garrity, director of operations for Mitt Romney, is under investigation
by the Suffolk District Attorney's Office for allegedly impersonating a
police officer. During a May 13 phone call, Garrity complained about
the erratic driving of an operator for a Wilmington plumbing company.
He referred to himself as 'Trooper Garrity.' Spokesman for the Suffolk
District Attorney's Office Daniel Conley said the investigation remains
'open and active.'" [Boston Herald, 7/20/07]
-- Utah Finance Chair Being Sued for Physical, Emotional and Sexual Abuse
Practiced at Network of Schools. Robert Lichfield of Utah is the
founder of the controversial World Wide Association of Specialty
Programs & Schools, which runs boarding schools for struggling teens.
The schools have a long record of abuse allegations, and numerous
schools affiliated with the organization schools have closed following
accusations and subsequent investigations. [Boston Globe, 6/11/06; New
York Times, 9/6/03]133 plaintiffs are suing Lichfield in the U.S.
District Court for the District of Utah for owning or operating schools
where children were, "subjected to physical abuse, emotional abuse and
sexual abuse." The lawsuits contents that students at WWASPS affiliated
schools were subjected to beatings, confinement in dog cages,
unsanitary living conditions; denial of adequate food, and sexual
fondling. [The Hill, 6/19/07]
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