In 2011, one of my first audits and site inspections with TMA was transformed into the experience of a lifetime. It offered the opportunity to be a witness in a way that I had never imagined.
Washington (AP) – A Texas tribe who casino was shut down after being targeted by convicted ex-lobbyist Jack Abramoff and several lawmakers settled a racketeering lawsuit against Abramoff’s former law firm, a tribe official said Tuesday.
The New York Times By: Neil A. Lewis and Eric Lipton Jim Rutenberg contributed reporting from New York April 26, 2007 In a vivid display of their new power, Democrats across Capitol Hill on Wednesday approved a flurry of subpoenas to fuel a series of investigations of the Bush administration. The House Committee on Oversight […]
By Suzanne Gamboa The Associated Press Wednesday, July 12, 2006, 7:40 PM WASHINGTON – A Texas Indian tribe filed a federal lawsuit Wednesday alleging that ex-lobbyist Jack Abramoff, former Christian Coalition leader Ralph Reed and their associates engaged in fraud and racketeering to shut down the tribe’s casino. The Alabama-Coushatta tribe of Livingston, Texas, alleged […]
Book Review by Frederick R. Petti Miranda: The Story of America’s Right to Remain Silent by Gary L. Stuart Printed in Arizona Attorney January 2005 First, my disclaimers. My firm provided funds that helped make possible the publication of Gary Stuart’s Miranda: The Story of America’s Right to Remain Silent. Moreover, the book speaks glowingly […]
Associated Press Tuesday, January 10, 2006 Washington Former House Majority Leader Tom DeLay tried to pressure the Bush administration into shutting down an Indian-owned casino that lobbyist Jack Abramoff wanted closed – shortly after a tribal client of Abramoff’s donated to a DeLay political action committee, The Associated Press has learned. The Texas Republican demanded […]