JACK ABRAMOFF
TOM DELAY
RANDY DUKE CUNNINGHAM
DUI / DWI
COINGATE
ESPIONAGE
SERIAL KILLERS, TELEVANGELIST & TALK SHOW HOSTS
2002 NEW HAMPSHIRE PHONE JAMMING
KENTUCKY MERIT SYSTEM SCANDAL
CORRUPTION / BRIBERY
FRAUD / EMBEZZLEMENT
PERJURY
ASSORTED FELONIES
GOV. GEORGE RYAN
RAPE
BILL ALLEN AND VECO OIL
DRUGS
PROSTITUTION
LEWD CONDUCT
RAPE / PEDOPHILES
CHILD PORNOGRAPHY
UNINDICTED RAPISTS
MURDER
VEHICULAR HOMICIDE
The List:
Abramoff, Jack
Adams, Tom
Adams, Jim
Aiken, Steve
Alishtari, Abdul Tawala Ibn Ali
Allen, Bob
Allen, Claude
Allen, Bill
Alonos, Miram
Anderson, Tom
Ankeney, Randal David
Aragoncillo, Leandro
Atchison, John David R.
Bakker, Jim
Barnes, Martin G.
Barter, Merrill Robert
Beaird, John
Bena, Parker J.
Beres, Lou
Beverage, Sam
Bird, Calvin
Bland, Wilton Frederick
Blessing, Louis
Blitch III, Brooks E.
Bloom, Philip H.
Blundell, Brian
Bobrick, Bill
Boggio, Scott
Botes, Stephan
Boylan, Joe
Brady, Kevin
Brock, Darrell
Broderick, Thomas
Brooks, Howard L.
Brown, Shawn
Bryan, John
Buhr, Andrew
Bundy, Ted
Burcham, Tom
Burt, John Allen
Butler, John
Cagle, Charles "Chig"
Cappelli, Angelo
Carona, Deborah
Carona, Michael S.
Carpenter, Jared
Carroll, Cherie
Casamento, Richard
Casseday, Randall
Childers, W.D.
Childs, Keola
Cianci, Vincent
Coan, Kevin
Collins, John J.
Colyandro, John
Condos, James
Constantine, Lee
Corrigan, Larry
Cortelyou, Scott Eller
Coughlin ,Paul
Coutretsis, Andrea
Cowdery, John
Craig, Larry
Cramer, Carey Lee
Crawford, Lester
Cunningham, Randy “Duke”
Curtin, John R.
Dasen Sr., Richard A.
Davis, Ronnie
Davison, Pat
DeLay, Tom
Delgaudio, Richard A.
DeShon, Ronnie Gene
Dibble, Peter
Dickens, Joshua
Disponett, Dave
Doolittle, John
Doyle, Dan
Doyle, Victoria
Doyle, Brian J.
Druce, Thomas
Druen, Dan
Elizondo, Nicholas
Ellef ,Peter
Elliott, Matthew Joseph
Ellis, James
Fabian, Alan
Fawell, Scott
Federici, Italia
Fields, Vincent
Fleischman, Donald
Fletcher, Earnie
Floren, Livvy
Flory, Michael
Floyd, Larry Dale
Foggo, Kyle “Dusty”
Fossella, Vito J.
Fox., Galen
Franklin, Larry
Frankum, Eddie
Gallagher, Dennis
Gardner, Richard
Garofalo, Dave
Gillin, William
Giordano, Philip
Glavin, Matthew
Gosek, John
Goyette, Richard R.
Graves, David
Grethen, Mark A.
Griles, J. Steven
Groe, Trish
Habay, Jeffrey
Hamilton Jr., John J.
Hansen, Shaun
Harbin, Ben
Harding, Russell
Harris, Mark
Hathaway, W. John
Hazlette, Tim
Healy, Chris
Heaton, William
Heldreth, Howard Scott
Hicks, Brian
Hiller, Bradley R.
Hintz, Mike
Hoffman, Debra V.
Holland, Robert
Hooks Sr., Michael
Hopfengardner, Bruce D.
Horsley, Neal
Houchen, Pamela J.
Hughes, Marshall
Hurley, Steven M.
Iadanza, Richard
Matricarid, Edmund III
Isenhour, James K.
James, Rayfield
Janklow, Bill
Jensen, Scott
Jones, Jody
Juliano, Richard
Kaelin, Jeffrey
Kauffman, Allen D.
Kerik, Bernie
Kidan, Adam
Kimmerling, Earl "Butch"
King, Lawrence E. "Larry" Jr.
Klaudt, Ted
Kline, Ronald C.
Knapp, Max
Kohring, Vic
Kontogiannis, Thomas
Kott, Pete
Krusee, Mike
Lambert, James R.
Law, David
Lay ,Michael Aaron
Leonard, Richard
Leung, Katrina
Libby, I. Lewis "Scooter"
Limbaugh, Rush
Linnen, Stephen
Loeper Jr., F. Joseph
Looper, Byron “Low Tax”
Loren-Maltese, Betty
Lukens, Donald "Buz"
Luongo, Gerald J.
Malloy, Patrick G.
Malone, Lance
Martin, Hayes
Matricardi III, Edmund
Matthews, Jon
McCurnin, Joseph "Joey Buses"
McGee, Charles
McGuire, Patrick Lee
Meadows, Cory
Merla, John
Michael, John
Mixon, Michael
Monteleone Jr., Joseph
Morency, Nicholas
Murgatroyd, Dick
Murphy Jr., Glenn
Muschany, Scott
Nash, James J.
Neal, Rebecca
Newton, Chris
Ney, Bob
Nielsen, Jeffrey
Nighbert, Bill
Nixon Jr., Kenneth E.
Noe, Bernadette
Noe, Thomas
Noonan, Thomas J.
Novak, Lawrence
Nugent, Johnny
O’Grady, Raymond
Oleen, Lana
Owens, Leonard Ray
Palughi, Anthony J.
Parker, Brent
Patti, Jeffrey
Pazuhanich, Mark
Placa, Alan J.
Privette, Coy
Prokos, Alexandra
Pugh, Edward
Rader, Dennis L.
Randall, Tom
Randall, Jeffrey Kyle
Rathmann, Rolf
Ravenel, Thomas
Raymond, Allen
Regola, Robert
Renzi, Rick
Rice, Steve
Ringo, Robert R.
RoBold, Warren
Rosen, Steve
Rowland, John
Rudy, Tony
Russell, Beverly
Ryan, George
Safavian, David Hossein
Scanlon, Michael
Scannapieco, Matthew V.
Schepp, Brent
Schofield, Robert T.
Schrenko, Linda
Scott, Randy
Seidensticker, Mark
Shortridge, Tom
Shaner, Matt
Siljander, Mark Deli
Skandalakis, Mitch
Skiles, Paul
Slocum, William
Smeltzer Jr., Fred C.
Smith, Rick
Stanley, Roger “The Hog”
Stevens, Ben
Stevens, Ted
Stillwell, Roger
Stockman, David
Stroupe Jr., Wade
Stumbo, Bobby
Sumrow, Ray
Swartz, David
Symington, Fife
Taff, Adam
Taft, Bob
Tanonaka, Dalton
Tate, Mark
Tebano, Armando
Teele, Arthur
Temple, Merle
Thompson, Joe
Thompson, Donald
Thomson, Gary Russell
Tobin, James
Treffinger, James
Tristano, Michael
Turbyfill, Basil
Van Vleet, Rick D.
Vanderwall, Robin
Velella, Guy J.
Vellanoweth, Robert
Volz, Neil
Wade, Mitchell
Walker, Derek
Warner, Larry
Weissmann, Keith
Weldon ,Terance
Westberg, Craig
Westlake, John E. "Jack"
Westmoreland, Keith
Weyhrauch, Bruce
White, C. Stephen
Wilkes ,Brent
Williams, Robin
Wilson, Bob
Zachares, Mark
Zimmerman, Al
TOM DELAY and TRMPAC
Sept. 29, 2005
L Rep. Tom DeLay, House Majority Leader was indicted for campaign finance fraud, criminal
conspiracy and two counts of money laundering. He was arrested and booked at Harris County
jail October 20, 2005. Since then he’s been out on bail pending trial. Corporate contributions to
-state legislative candidates are illegal in Texas.
DeLay indicted, steps down as majority leader
House leader calls charges 'sham'; Blunt picked as replacement
Click here for see the indictment
On Sept. 9, 2005 DeLay’s PAC, Texans for a Republican Majority (TRMPAC), is indicted for
illegal donations.
Chronology of Delay - NYT
DeLay Is Indicted Again in Texas; Money Laundering Is Charge
Wikipedia: Tom Delay Corruption Investigation
L John Colyandro, was Delay’s executive director of the political action committee
(TRMPAC) Texans for a Republican Majority. He was indicted as a co-conspirator, accused of
receiving illegal corporate political contributions.
3 DeLay Workers Indicted in Texas
L Republican James Ellis, Director Americans for a Republican Majority was indicted with
other DeLay associates for money laundering as well as 13 counts of unlawful acceptance of a
corporate political contribution. Money laundering charges stem from $190,000 in corporate
funds that were sent to the Republican National Party
3 DeLay Workers Indicted in Texas
Wiki: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jim_Ellis_%28politics%29
L Republican Warren RoBold, Lobbyist and DeLay associate was also indicted as the
fundraiser for TRMPAC. Speculation on the internet is that RoBold is cooperating with
prosecutors against DeLay and Ellis.
3 DeLay Workers Indicted in Texas
CORRUPTION / BRIBERY
October 01, 2007
Republican Mayor Richard R. Goyette pleaded guilty to extortion and bribery. He was
sentenced to two years in prison and one year of community confinement.
Ex-Chicopee mayor sentenced to two years in prison
August 27, 2007
Republican Mayor of Ocean Township, NJ, Terance Weldon pleaded guilty to accepting
$64,000 from three developers in return for his help in gaining zoning approvals in the township.
The judge in the case threw out the prosecutor’s plea for leniency and Weldon was sentenced to
nearly 5 years in prison.
Former Ocean Twp. mayor gets nearly 5 years in jail
July 27, 2007
L Montana Gubernatorial candidate Pat Davison pled guilty and was sentenced to 10 years in
federal prison for securities fraud. He defrauded at least 13 victims of $8.6 million.
Ex-candidate sentenced for Ponzi scheme
January 18, 2007
Keyport (NJ) Mayor, Republican John Merla, was acquitted in 1992 of a $10,000 bribe. He
pleaded guilty to accepting a $2,500 bribe in exchange for lucrative municipal contracts. He was
sentenced to 22 months, three year probation and a $20,000 fine.
Ex-Keyport Mayor Bribe Plea: Guilty
December 6, 2006
L Alaskan Republican Rep. Tom Anderson was indicted by a federal grand jury on seven
felony counts of extortion, bribery, conspiracy, and money laundering involving allegations that
he took bribes of nearly $13,000 in return for using his official position as a legislator to
advocate for private prisons. He was sentenced to five years in prison.
Convicted former legislator Anderson off to Oregon to begin sentence - Dec. 2, 2007
Anderson indicted on seven counts
December 6, 2006
L Michael Hooks, Sr, chairman Shelby County Commission Charged pled guilty to receiving
over $24,000 in bribes.
Hooks Sr. Accepts Sentence, 'Did Wrong'
December 1, 2006
L Republican Robert T. Schofield - Schofield plead guilty to providing false documents to
Asian immigrants for nearly $600,000.
Immigration Official Pleads Guilty to Falsifying Documents
October 20, 2006
L Mayor of St. Peters, MO, Republican Shawn Brown pleaded guilty to charges of threatening
to veto an ordinance authorizing the city to purchase digital red light and speeding enforcement
systems unless the company paid him a bribe. He was sentenced to 18 months in prison.
St. Peters Mayor Pleads Guilty to Federal Bribery Charges
October 11, 2006
L Middletown Committeeman, Republican Raymond O’Grady, who was the director of the
county motor pool for the County of Monmouth was sentenced to 43 months in prison for
extorting and accepting $8,000 in bribes.
DOJ Release:
Co-Owner of Municipal Truck Sales Company
Admits Paying Off Public Officials
DOJ Press Release: Middletown Committeeman O'Grady Indicted in Monmouth County
Corruption Probe
October 11, 2006
Republican Richard Iadanza, 51, former Neptune committeeman pleaded guilty to taking
$3,000 in bribes. He was sentenced to 4 months in prison and a $4,000 fine.
1 pleads innocent, 2 guilty in sting
Iadanza Sentenced To 4 Month Prison Term Must also pay $4,000 fine
October 11, 2006
L Republican county committeeman in Middletown, Joseph "Joey Buses" McCurnin, 65,
former Monmouth County transportation operations manager: Pleaded guilty to aiding in the
extortion of a $1,000 bribe. He was sentenced to 3 months in a federal prison and he had to pay
a $3,000 fine, and three months house arrest following his release.
1 pleads innocent, 2 guilty in sting
September 27, 2006
L Mayor of Hazlet, NJ, Republican Paul Coughlin was charged with extorting cash bribes and
free work from a contractor - who was cooperating with the FBI. Coughlin was sentenced to two
years for receiving a $3,000 bribe.
Coughlin given two-year sentence
Attorney: Alcoholism played role in former Hazlet mayor's crime
August 5, 2006
L President Bush’s Domestic Policy Advisor, Republican Claude Allen pleaded guilty to theft
in making phony returns at discount department stores. He was sentenced to two years of
supervised probation and fined $500.”
Ex-Aide To Bush Pleads Guilty
July 12, 2006
L Chief of staff to Illinois State Rep. Lee A. Daniels, Republican Michael Tristano, was found
guilty of forcing state workers to do campaign work. He received one year in jail and was forced
to pay $125,000 in restitution.
Former GOP aide Tristano sentenced to 1 year in jail
April 25, 2006
L Republican Chief of Staff Peter Ellef and part of Gov. Rowland’s administration corruption
scandal, pled guilty to bribery and tax evasion. Ellef was sentenced to 30 months in jail followed
by three years of supervised release, a $15,000 fine, and 400 hours of community service.
“Wizard of Oz” Gets 30 Months
Connecticut Official and State Contractor Are Each Sentenced to 30 Months in Prison
April 19, 2006
L Republican Philip H. Bloom, businessman, was indicted for bribery in an effort to gain
defense contracts.
U.S. Contractor Admits Bribery For Jobs in Iraq
Occupation Officials Got Cash and Gifts for Deals
February 22, 2006
L Republican State Rep. Chris Newton from Cleveland pleaded guilty to taking $1,500 in
bribes to influence legislation on behalf of E-Cycle Management Inc., which was the sham
company the FBI used. He was sentenced to a year in prison and ordered to pay a $10,000 fine,
supervised release for two years and then must serve 200 hours of community service.
Newton sentenced to one-year in prison in Waltz sting
February 15, 2007
L Former Clark County Commissioner (NV), Republican Lance Malone plead guilty to one
count of conspiracy under the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organization Act, a charge that
stemmed from paying Clark County politicians cash bribes on behalf of strip club owner Michael
Galardi.
Six years in prison for Malone
Judge also levies $100,000 fine against Galardi bagman
April 12, 2005
L Mayor of Washington Township, NJ, Republican Gerald J. Luongo was sentenced to 13
months in federal prison after admitting that he had diverted campaign and community funds to
his personal use. He also pleaded guilty to accepting bribes totaling approximately $245,000
from a developer who conducted business in Marlboro Township, and to tax evasion.
Former Mayor in Glocester County Sentenced to 13 Months for Using Campaign, Community
Project Funds for Own Use
February 2, 2004
L Republican political consultant, Rayfield James, was convicted of conspiring to profit
illegally from waterfront development and extorting cash bribes and free work from a contractor.
He was sentenced to three years in prison.
Former Asbury Park Mayor Admits Tax Charges; Plea Follows December Corruption Conviction
June 22, 2004
L New York State Senator, Republican Guy J. Velella, was sentenced to a year in jail for
conspiring to take bribes from people seeking to do business with the state.
Velella, Bronx Powerhouse, Is Sentenced to a Year in Jail
August 4, 2005
L Monmouth County, NJ, Superintendent of Bridges, Republican Anthony J. Palughi, pleaded
guilty to accepting three separate payments totaling $12,500 and was sentenced to eight months
in prison, two years of supervised release and fined $7,000.
Palughi pleads guilty to bribery
Latest member of ‘Bid Rig Gang’ faces prison, $250K fine
April 12, 2005
Mayor of Marlboro, NJ, Republican Matthew V. Scannapieco pleaded guilty to accepting
$245,000 in bribes from a Marlboro developer. He also pleaded guilty to tax evasion by not
declaring the income from the bribes. Unknown sentencing.
Former mayor admits taking developer's cash
Matt Scannapieco also pleads guilty to tax evasion
May 11, 2005
L Republican Michael Aaron Lay was indicted May 11, 2005 for voting twice in North
Carolina. The charges were eventually dismissed but Lay had to perform 100 hours of
community service and pay a $440 fine.
Congressman McHenry's Campaign Aide Indicted
March 18, 2005
L Republican Connecticut Gov. John Rowland pleaded guilty to guilty to one count of
conspiracy to steal honest service (forcing state workers to do campaign work) and received a
sentence of one year plus one day in prison.
Guilty Plea For Ex-Conn. Governor
Rowland Could Face Up To 5 Years In Prison On Corruption Charge
October 18, 2003
Essex County (NJ) Executive, Republican James Treffinger pleaded guilty to taking $15,000 in
illegal political contributions from United Gunite, a paving and sewer repair company, in
exchange for county road repair contracts. He was sentenced to 13 months in prison
Former Essex County Official Sentenced in Corruption Case
April 29, 2003
L Mayor of Paterson, NJ, Republican Martin G. Barnes pleaded guilty to charges of taking
$200,000 to $350,000 in bribes and gratuities from city contractors. The original 40-count
indictment charged him with accepting free trips, home improvements like a backyard swimming
pool and waterfall, designer suits, and money to pay for ''female companionship.'' He was
sentenced to 37 months in prison.
Former Mayor of Paterson Is Given 37 Months for Bribery
April 11, 2003
L Florida Senate President, Republican W.D. Childers was sentenced to 3 years in prison for
bribing a fellow Escambia County commissioner to vote for buying a soccer complex in
Pensacola.
Florida: Ex-State Senator Convicted Of Bribery
RANDY “DUKE” CUNNINGHAM
March 3, 2006
L Republican Rep. Randy "Duke" Cunningham plead guilty to bribery, mail fraud, wire
fraud, and tax evasion surrounding defense contracts. He was sentenced to eight years and four
months in prison and an ordered to pay $1.8 million in restitution. The extent of the corruption
has yet to be investigated. On-going investigations show ties to Tom DeLay and Jack Abramoff.
For his FBI confession: click here
To read the entire story go to Sign-On San Diego
Wiki
February 20, 2008
L Major Republican fundraiser and defense contractor Brent Wilkes was sentenced to 12 years
in prison for bribing RandyDuke” Cunningham. Wilkes provided Duke with prostitutes,
vacations, jet boats, concert and football tickets and large amounts of cash. Overall it amounted
to $600,000 in gifts and cash in exchange for $80 million in defense contracts.
Wilkes gets 12 years in prison for bribery
March 21, 2008
L Former Central Intelligence Agency Executive Director, Republican Kyle “Dusty” Foggo
was indicted for corrupting the CIA’s agency's contracts by steering them toward Cunningham’s
fundraiser and defense contractor Brent Wilkes. Upon changing his venue to Virginia, Foggo is
now facing new indictments.
Wiki:
Former Top CIA Official Indicted
Former top CIA official may face new charges in corruption case
February 4, 2008
L Republican Mitchell Wade, a New York mortgage broker pleaded guilty to conspiracy to
commit an unlawful monetary transaction (bribing Rep. RandyDuke” Cunningham) and to
making a false statement to a federal grand jury. The FEC has also levied a fine of $1 million
against Wade.
New York broker in Cunningham scandal pleads guilty
February 5, 2008
L Republican John Michael, a New York Mortgage broker pled guilty to a charge of conspiracy
to commit money laundering and to subsequently lying to a federal grand jury. He has yet to be
sentenced. He faces a maximum of five years in prison on each charge and a $250,000 fine.
Indictment
New York broker in Cunningham scandal pleads guilty
March 8, 2008
L Republican Thomas Kontogiannis, a financier and John Michael's uncle (by marriage), has
pleaded guilty to money laundering. He admitted to help finance the purchase of Cunningham's
$2.5 million house in Rancho Santa Fe, in a deal that evolved from two military contractors'
alleged plans to bribe the congressman. Kontogiannis, a Long Island developer, also pleaded
guilty in 2002 to bribery and kickback charges in connection with a $6.3 million bid-rigging
scheme involving the New York public schools.
Files on guilty plea won't be unsealed
“An extraordinary curtain of secrecy was drawn over the Kontogiannis appellate proceedings.
The judges ordered all the briefs to be filed under seal, the court docket for the case was not
published, and the hearing where the government pleaded its case was closed.”
A sentencing date has not been set.
GOVERNOR GEORGE RYAN CORRUPTION SCANDAL
November 7, 2007
L Republican Gov. George Ryan of Illinois was convicted on 18 corruption charges. Scott
Fawell, - his Chief of Staff was also convicted along with 76 former state officials, lobbyists,
truck drivers and others. All stemming from the illegal sale of government licenses, contracts
and leases by state employees during his prior service as Secretary of State. The initial
investigation began after 6 children were killed in a tragic auto accident. The bribes put
thousands of unqualified truck drivers on the road - one that killed the six children of Scott and
Janis Willis.
Ryan convicted in corruption trial
Department of Justice list of individuals convicted in Operation Safe Road
Ryan was found guilty on all 18 counts of steering state business to cronies for bribes, of gutting
corruption-fighting efforts to protect political fundraising and of misusing state resources for
political gain. He reported to the Federal Prison Camp in Oxford, Wisconsin on November 7,
2007. He is currently listed as Inmate Number 16627-424, and is scheduled for release on July 4,
2013, when he will be 79 years old.
No Apology from Disgraced Ex-Governor to Grieving Parents - Sept. 9, 2006
Wiki: George Ryan’s Scandals and Corruption
March 16, 2007
L Republican Scott Fawell, Gov. Ryan's top aide, campaign manager and former secretary of
state during much of the 1990s. Convicted of racketeering in 2003 in connection with his work
for Ryan, Fawell was sentenced to 6 1/2 years. Fawell later agreed to help the government at the
request of his indicted fiancee, Andrea Coutretsis. He pleaded guilty in September 2004 to
rigging bids when he was the $195,000-a-year head of the Chicago Pier and Exposition
Authority.
Ryan Aide Scott Fawell Gets Prison Sentence Cut
But He Doesn't Get Reduction Of As Much As He Wants
Grand Jury Indictment
August 17, 2006
L Republican Larry Warner, lobbyist, co-defendent with Gov Ryan, was found guilty of
racketeering conspiracy, mail fraud, attempted extortion, illegally structuring bank withdrawals
and money laundering. He was sentenced to 41 months in prison.
George Ryan Guilty On All Counts
October 11, 2006
L Former deputy campaign manager Richard Juliano pled guilty to related charges and
testified against Fawell at trial.
Ex-Ryan aide gets probation for diverting state resources
Richard Juliano: The Consequences of Public Corruption: An Insider’s View
May 29, 2003
L Republican Alexandra Prokos was convicted of perjury in the Gov. George Ryan’s
corruption probe.
Another Ryan Associate Indicted
July 31, 2006
L Republican Andrea Coutretsis, Fawell’s assistant who later developed a relationship with
him, has pleaded guilty in two separate corruption cases and received four months in prison.
Fawell's Fiancee Gets 4 Months In Prison
Woman Lied To Grand Jury Investigating George Ryan's Office
September 18, 2003
Former Illinois State Rep., Republican Roger “The Hog” Stanley was convicted of obstruction
of justice and was sentenced to two years in federal prison. He admitted to ghost payrolling
schemes and kickbacks with Scott Fawell in George Ryan's campaign and Secretary of State's
Office.
Prison Sentence Handed Down For 'Licenses For Bribes' Player
FRAUD / EMBEZZLEMENT
March 8, 2008
L Republican Congressman Rick Renzi has been indicted over Arizona land deal and stealing
insurance premiums from dozens of Pro-Life groups and using the money to run for Congress.
Rep. Renzi indicted over Arizona land deal
House to Probe Renzi Over Indictment -February 28, 2008
Pro-Life Groups Hit by GOP Lawmaker's Alleged Fraud
Renzi Funneled Hundreds of Thousands from Pregnancy Crisis Centers to Fund First Run for
Congress
February 19, 2008
L City Treasurer for Harrisonburg City, Virgina, Republican Rebecca Neal has been indicted
for misusing public funds to the tune of $100,000.
Harrisonburg Treasurer Indicted for Fraud
November 10, 2007
L Republican Bernie Kerik - nominated for Homeland Security Director and former New York
City police commissioner. Kerik was named in a 16-count indictment charging him with, fraud,
tax evasion, obstruction, filing a false loan application, and making an assortment of false
statements when applying for various federal posts, including Homeland Security secretary.
Bernard Kerik Indicted
A Defiant Kerik Vows to Battle U.S. Indictment
There’s a good in-depth article on Kerik in Talk Left / the Politics of Crime:
Bernie Kerik, Rudy and Larry Ray
In 2006, Kerik pleded guilty to two unrelated ethics violations after an investigation by the
Bronx District Attorney's Office, and was ordered to pay $221,000. He is currently under federal
scrutiny for tax evasion. In addition, a Daily News “investigation revealed that Kerik accepted
cash and gifts from Interstate Industrial, an allegedly mobbed-up construction company.”
TPM Muckraker does a great job of actually explaining most of Kerik’s crimes.
TPM's Ultimate Kerik Scandal List!
September 26, 2006
L Mayor of Huntington Beach, Republican Pamela J. Houchen pleaded guilty to public
corruption and fraud charges for trying to illegally convert apartments to condominiums. She
was sentenced to 37 months in prison and ordered to pay $140,000 in restitution.
Prison for ex-mayor
Huntington Beach's Pam Houchen, three others get 2 to 6-plus years in condo case.
September 11, 2006
L Republican Merle Temple, Chief assistant to Linda Schrenko was found guilty of fraud and
money laundering and sentenced to 8 years and one month in prison.
Merle Temple, Stephan Botes sentenced to 8 years
September 11, 2006
L Republican Stephan Botes, co-conspirator of Linda Schrenko and Merle Temple, found guilty
of fraud and money laundering and was sentenced to 8 years and one month in prison.
Merle Temple, Stephan Botes sentenced to 8 years
July 12, 2006
L Georgia School Superintendent, Republican Linda Schrenko was indicted for embezzlement
of $600,000 in federal education funds. A large portion of the money was spent on her own 2002
campaign for governor and $9,300 went to plastic surgery.
Indictment:
On July 12, 2006, while facing a possible 25 years in prison, Schrenko pled guilty to fraud and
money laundering, and was sentenced to 8 years in prison and fined $414,000 in restitution, 3
years probation and 100 hours of community service. Her co-conspirators, chief assistant
Republican Merle Temple, 56, and Republican Stephan Botes, 47 were both indicted, pled
guilty and received 8 years and one month in prison. Also, her campaign manager, Republican
Richard Leonard, was found guilty for attempted witness tampering during Ms. Schrenko’s
trial.
Merle Temple, Stephan Botes sentenced to 8 years
July 22, 2005
L Former top Giuliani administration official and Republican president of the New York City
Housing Development Corp., Russell Harding was sentenced 62 months for embezzling
$400,000. Prosecutors said they found 15,000 sexually explicit images on his computer.
Ex-Housing Chief Gets 63-Month Sentence
March 8, 2005
L Republican Ronnie Gene DeShon. Superintendent of the Pattonsburg, Missouri School
District, pleaded guilty to embezzling more than $844,000 from the school district. The court
released DeShon on his own recognizance. He claimed to have a gambling problem.
Ex-Superintendent Pleads Guilty To Embezzling $844K
February 5, 2005
L Republican Bradley R. Hiller pleaded guilty embezzling $25,000 from the Senate
Republicans' fundraising committee. He was sentenced to one year an prison and had to repay the
committee.
Mooresville man charged with stealing from state GOP
January 30, 2004
L Republican James K. Isenhour as owner and operator of the Silver Archer Foundation, was
indicted for taking $400,000 from private companies and stealing an estimated $168,000 from a
private school by not devoting any of the money to private scholarships for low-income children
as the law requires. Isenhour was sentenced to five years in prison.
Voucher group head accused of looting $268,000
January 13, 2004
Stony Point (NY) Town Supervisor, Republican Steven M. Hurley pleaded guilty to six felony
charges. Hurley’s sentence was based on two mail fraud schemes to embezzle money from his
own campaign. The first involved taking more than $1,500 from his campaign to pay for a family
vacation in 1999, and the second involved diverting more than $5,000 in campaign checks to
personal bank accounts during 2001 and 2002. He was sentenced to 24 months in prison in and
had to make $25,554.35 in restitution.
Court Order
August 24, 2002
L Town President of Cicero, IL, Republican Betty Loren-Maltese was convicted of
racketeering, wire fraud and mail fraud. Ms. Loren-Maltese siphoned more than $12 million
from Cicero's employee insurance program. She was sentenced to 8 years and one month in
prison.
Town President Is Convicted In Scheme to Steal $12 Million
January 20, 2001
L Arizona Republican Governor Fife Symington resigned after being convicted of bank fraud
charges. Conviction overturned due to improper dismissal of a juror during deliberations. Before
re-trial he was pardoned by President Clinton.
Governor of Arizona Indicted on Federal Fraud and Extortion Charges
January 2001
Republican Hayes Martin, Treasurer of Charles Taylor's congressional campaign pleaded guilty
to taking out fraudulent loans and was sentenced for conspiracy to commit bank fraud and
conspiracy to commit money laundering
CREW Releases House Ethics Complaint Against Rep. Charles Taylor, Details Possible
Criminal Acts, Violations of House Ethics Rules
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January 2001
Republican chairman Charles "Chig" Cagle pleaded guilty to taking out fraudulent loans
and was sentenced for conspiracy to commit bank fraud and conspiracy to commit money
laundering
CREW Releases House Ethics Complaint Against Rep. Charles Taylor, Details Possible
Criminal Acts, Violations of House Ethics Rules
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June 18, 1991
L Lawrence E. "Larry" King, Jr. ran the Franklin Community Credit Union of Omaha,
Nebraska and was a prominent fundraiser for the GOP. He was convicted for conspiracy,
embezzlement and making false entries on the books of a federally insured institution. After
pleading guilty he received 15 years - three five year consecutive terms.
Franklin Attorneys Say Case Isn't Over
David Thompson. Omaha World - Herald. Omaha, Neb. pg. 1
(See story commentary of White House Prostitution Ring by the Lavender Liberal at
Conservative Babylon:
http://conservativebabylon.lavenderliberal.com/category/franklin-credit-union/ ) An excellent
read on an outrageous conspiracy theory.
TERRORIST
January 16, 2008
L Former Republican congressman from Michigan, Mark Deli Siljander, was charged with
money laundering, conspiracy and obstructing justice as part of a terrorist fundraising ring that
allegedly sent more than $130,000 to an Al Qaida and Taliban supporter.
Ex-Mich. congressman indicted in terrorist fund-raising conspiracy
PERJURY
March 12, 2008
L Republican state Senate candidate Mark Tate has been indicted on nine counts of perjury and
two counts of election fraud by a grand jury. A trial date has been set for September 8, 2008.
Trial Date Set in Election Fraud Case
Mark Tate Timeline
January 14, 2008
L Republican state House candidate Angelo Cappelli is arrested for first degree grand theft and
perjury on August 15, 2007. He was accused of stealing more than $100,000 from the trust of a
deceased bank client. Cappelli pleaded guilty and was sentenced to 21 months in prison.
Former State House Candidate Pleads Guilty, gets 21 months
December 11, 2007
L I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby, former chief of staff to Vice President Dick Cheney found guilty
of obstruction of justice and perjury. He was sentenced to 30 months in Prison and a $250,000
fine. President Bush commuted his sentence. The fine was still imposed.
Libby Decides To Drop Appeal
Background on the Plame Investigation
DUI / DWI
April 30, 2008
L Texas State Representative, Republican Mike Krusee was arrested for DWI in Williamson
county (just outside the city of Austin). Krusee has been an advocate of tougher DWI laws. The
arresting officer said he was, “weaving from one side of the lane to the other.” He also had
expired license plates.
Williamson Rep. Mike Krusee accused of DWI
April 30, 2008
L Republican Congressman Vito J. Fossella was arrested in Alexandria, VA for DWI. Fossella
is scheduled to appear in Alexandria General District Court on May 12 for a hearing. Fossella is
facing a $250 fine and revocation of his license for a year. Depending on the unreleased blood-
alcohol level, he could be sentenced to 5 to 10 days in jail.
Brooklyn Congressman Arrested for DWI
April 22, 2008
L Republican State Senator from South Carolina, Randy Scott was arrested for DUI. Scott was
unable to recite his ABC’s and walk a straight line.
Sheriff: Scott was 'belligerent'
Incident report outlines senator's arrest on DUI charge
Click here to check out the video of his arrest here
April 13, 2008
North Carolina State Rep., Republican Joe Boylan was arrested for DWI after he drove across
the middle of the road, hit a tree and ended up in a ditch.
State Rep. Charged With DWI
March 31, 2008
L Former Republican Mayor of Cherryville NC., Wade Stroupe Jr., was cited for DWI after
hitting a telephone and knocking out power to the city.
Former mayor of Cherryville cited for DWI
City power cut after car hits telephone pole
February 15, 2008
L Republican District Attorney in Durango Colorado, Craig Westberg was arrested for driving
under the influence of sleeping pills and causing an accident. Westberg has pleaded not guilty to
the charges from October of 2007, and a trial has been set for May 19, 2008.
In 1978, Westberg was arrested twice for drunken driving. On one of those occasion he hit a
horse with his car and served fifteen days in jail. He was serving as district attorney in Durango
at the time.
District attorney’s case should proceed more openly
May 20, 2007
L Georgia State Representative, Republican Ben Harbin, received a DWI after crashing into a
utility pole.
Rep. Ben Harbin bonds out of jail after DUI charge
May 15, 2007
L Connecticut Republican Party Chairman Chris Healy was arrested for drunk driving. This
was Healy’s second DUI arrest. His first arrest was in Connecticut in March 2002, when he
received a suspended sentence and an 18-month probation term.
Political Leader Admits DUI Arrest
Arrest In South Carolina Marks Healy's Second
State GOP Chair Chris Healy Arrested for DUI
March 28, 2007
L Schwarzenegger appointee Robert Vellanoweth, was arrested on suspicion of gross vehicular
manslaughter and felony driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol, after a crash that killed
three adults and one child.
Police: Fatal Crash Suspect's Blood Alcohol Level Was Twice the Legal Limit
March 22, 2007
L Arizona State Representative, Republican Trish Groe was arrested for DUI. She confessed to
being a “functional alcoholic,” and had 0.16% alcohol in her blood. She was sentenced to 10
days in jail.
State Representative Pleads Guilty to DUI
March 17, 2007
L Montana State Representative, Republican Scott Boggio was arrested for DUI after driving
without a license plate and driving over a curb. He later blew a 0.14% on the breathalizer. The
judge ordered Boggio to pay a $690 fine and to take an alcohol awareness class.
Lawmaker pleads guilty to driving drunk
Red Lodge lawmaker admits DUI
January 19, 2007
Republican Matt Shaner, pleaded guilty to running a stop sign and failing to report an accident.
Shaner reportedly left the scene of his DWI after crashing his vehicle and then hid in his home
when the police arrived.
U.S. House Hopeful Matt Shaner Drinking Before Car Crash
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June 23, 2006
L State Representative from Maine, Republican Jeffrey Kaelin was arrested for OUI (Maine’s
equivalent of DUI) with a 0.13% on the breathalizer. He was arrested after a minor crash
maneuvering out of a parking space.
Lawmaker Arrested For DUI Won't Seek Re-Election
October 28, 2005
L Michigan State Representative, Republican David Law was arrested for DUI. He blew a
blood alcohol limit of 0.13%
Michigan state representative gets fine, probation for drunken driving
October 7, 2005
L U.S. Congressman from Texas, Representative Kevin Brady was arrested for DUI in South
Dakota. He blew a blood alcohol limit of 0.08%. WIKI
Kevin Brady charged with DUI in South Dakota
February 15, 2005
L Georgia State Rep., Republican David Graves was arrested for DUI. He tried to get the
charges dropped because the Georgia Legislature was in session at the time.
Ga. Lawmaker Convicted of DUI
October 4, 2004
L Connecticut State Representative, Republican Livvy Floren was arrested for DUI when she
crashed into a utility pole.
Greenwich lawmaker charged with driving under the influence of alcohol
May 9, 2004
L Florida State Senator, Republican Lee Constantine was arrested for DUI. He pleaded no
contest to DUI in 1990, while he was still an Altamonte Springs city commissioner.
Senator Arrested For DUI Will Likely Lose License
Constantine Refused Requests To Take Breath-Alcohol Test
March 3, 2004
L New Mexico State Rep., Republican Joe Thompson was charged with drunken driving hours
after attending a bill-signing ceremony to highlight the state's newest effort to crack down on
DWI offenders.
Lawmaker arrested for drunken driving after attending anti-DWI ceremony
June 24, 2003
L Kansas Senate Majority Leader, Republican Lana Oleen pleaded guilty to DUI.
Found guilty, her was license suspended for 30 days and was restricted to driving to and from
work and to and from sessions of an alcohol safety program for 330 days.
Senator accepts license restrictions resulting from DUI
January 3, 2003
L Kansas State Senator, Republican Edward Pugh was arrested for DUI. He was sentenced to
a diversion agreement where the charge was dismissed at the end of a year if he isn't involved in
a similar offense, and paid a fine of $819 and was required to write letters of apology to two
police officers linked to the case based on his conduct in the incident.
Senator's DUI case settled
December 26, 2002
L Ohio State Senator, Republican Louis Blessing, was arrested for DUI. He blew a 0.11 on the
breathalizer and was fined $200.
Blessing Pleads Not Guilty To DUI Charge
September 10, 2002
L Missouri Republican Tom Burcham, a member of their Missouri House of Representatives,
has been arrested twice for DUI
Legislator back after DWI arrest
April 18, 2002
L Indiana State Senator, Republican Johnny Nugent was arrested for DUI.
GOP state senator Nugent is arrested on DUI charge
RAPE
March 17, 2008
Republican City Council member, Dennis Gallagher of Queens pleaded guilty to "forcibly
touching and sexually abusing" a 52 year-old woman.
Queens Council Member Pleads Guilty to Sexual Abuse
August 9, 2007
L Chairman of the Young Republican National Federation, Glenn Murphy Jr., from Indiana
was busted for assaulting another man. Not the first time it’s happened.
Murphy resigns political posts; cooperating with police in apparent criminal investigation
Young Republicans leader faces charges of sexual assault on man
July 24, 2007
L Michael Flory, former head of the Michigan Federation of Young Republicans, pleaded
guilty to sexual abuse and received a sentence of 5 years in prison. Flory admitted to sexually
abusing 21 year old colleague at the Republican convention.
Michigan GOP activist gets 5 years for sex assault
March 2007
L Republican Township Supervisor Robert Holland pleaded guilty to sexually assaulting a
92-year-old nursing home resident in 2006. He was given a two-to-four year sentence.
Ex-town official sentenced for molesting patient
November 14, 2006
L Republican, Leonard Ray Owens - The longtime leader of the Oregon Christian Coalition
and staunch opponent of gay rights, was indicted on charges of rape during an exorcism he
performed. Unknown disposition. Last info: He is currently free on $25,000 bail and is awaiting
trial on a charge of sexual assault -- a second-degree felony punishable by two to 20 years in
prison. The victim said she went to Owens' home for counseling following a miscarriage and he
told her that a sex spirit and lesbian demon were inside her and needed to be cast out.
Pastor casts out demons with a rod of power
Church member accuses pastor of rape
December 18, 2004
L State Rep. and Republican House Minority Leader Galen Fox. In Jan. of 2006, Fox was
convicted on federal charges of molesting an Asian woman who was a flight with him from
Honolulu to Los Angeles. Fox was found guilty of sexual battery and abusive sexual contact
with another person without their consent and sentenced to three months of house arrest, three
years probation and a $2,500 fine.
Stranger than Fiction: The Fall of Republican Lawmaker Galen Fox
2002
L Republican Howard Scott Heldreth pleaded guilty to sexual battery and served two years in
Florida. He is currently and anti-abortion activist who gained fame during the Shiavo
media-circus.
Page at Florida Department of Law Enforcement's Sexual Offender/Predator Unit
RAPE / PEDOPHILES
August 6, 2008
L Missouri Republican State Representative, Scott Muschany, was indicted for sexual assault
of a 14 year old girl. Pending trial, Muschany has posted a $5,000 bond, and if currently free.
He faces a fine of up to $5,000 and a prison term of up to 7 years.
State rep charged with assaulting teen
March 19, 2008
L Republican candidate for Mineral County Commission, W.VA, Wilton Frederick Bland,
was charged with 73 counts of possession of child pornography, 45 counts of sexual assault in
the first degree for allegedly having sex with a child under age 11, nine counts of use of obscene
matter with intent to seduce a minor, seven counts of display of obscene matter to a minor and
two counts of employing a minor to do sexually explicit conduct. He was sentenced to 80 years.
“He won’t be eligible for parole until after 20 years for Mineral County, and 25 years for Grant
County,” Nelson said.
Keyser man guilty of child porn, sex assault counts
March 7, 2008
The chairman of the Republican Party in Brown County, Donald Fleischman, faces criminal
charges for allegedly fondling a 16-year-old Ethan House runaway and providing the boy with
beer and marijuana late last year. He was charged with two counts of child enticement, two
counts of contributing to the delinquency of a child and a single charge of exposing himself to a
child.
If convicted, Fleischman faces 52 years in prison.
Ex-GOP chair in court on sex charges
February 12, 2008
L Republican Al Zimmerman, spokesperson for Florida's Department of Children and Families
stands charged with eight counts of offering two teenage boys money to take pictures of
themselves while masturbating. On February 12 he was denied bail.
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Former child welfare spokesman jailed on porn charges denied bail
The Wrong Voice
January 13, 2008
The Republican Mayor of Collins Missouri, and Pastor of the Temple Lot Church in Collins,
Allen D. Kauffman was arrested in an internet sting after trying to entice “Cindy” a 13 year old,
for sex and nude picture taking. Police have photo’s of Kauffman from his webcam.
Evidence against Collins mayor includes chat room messages, photos
December 5, 2007
L Well connected Republican activist and Congressional aide, Jeffrey Nielsen pleaded guilty to
committing lewd acts on a 12-year-old Virginia boy and 14-year-old Orange County boy and
received a three-year prison sentence. Nielsen’s computer contained thousands of man-boy and
boy-boy images.
GOP operative going to prison for sex crimes
Sept. 17, 2007
L Republican and U.S. attorney from Florida, John David R. Atchison, was arrested for
traveling to New York with intentions of having sex with a five year old.
When interviewed Atchinson said, “I am always gentle and loving; not to worry, no damage ever,
no rough stuff ever. I only like it soft and nice.” When they asked him how he could be certain he
wasn’t hurting the child he said, “Just gotta go slow and very easy. I've done it plenty.”
Federal Prosecutor Arrested In Child Sex Sting
Atchison committed suicide while in custody at 10:14 a.m. Friday, Oct. 5, 2007
September 7, 2007
L Republican John Bryan, city councilman of St. Petersburg, Florida was accused of molesting
three girls, including two of his adopted daughters, ages 12 and 15. After he resigned from the
council he drove home and committed suicide.
Councilman takes own life in sex abuse scandal
August 7, 2007
L Convicted in 2003, Republican Mayor of Waterbury, Philip Giordano is serving a 37-year
sentence in federal prison paying a prostitute to bring her daughter, 8 years old, and niece, 10
years old, to him for sex.
Bridgeport: Mayor’s Sentence Upheld
June 19, 2007
L Republican Committeeman John R. Curtin was convicted of molesting an underage teenage
boy and sentenced to serve six to 18 months in prison. Specifically, Curtin was found guilty of
renting a room where an underage drinking party took place and then sexually molesting a drunk
boy he met outside the hotel.
Judge grants Curtin leniency in sex assault case
May 18, 2007
L South Dakota State Representative Republican Ted Klaudt was charged with eight counts of
rape, two counts of sexual exploitation of a minor, two counts of witness tampering, sexual
contact with a person under 16, and stalking. There were five different victims, three foster
children who lived with Klaudt. He was also found guilty of witness tampering and received ten
more years in prison.
Hughes County Warrent
Ted Klaudt Affidavit
Former SD Legislator Arrested On Sex Charges
Ted Klaudt gets time added to prison sentence
May 6, 2007
L Elyria Ohio city councilman, Republican Joseph Monteleone Jr. was found guilty of
fondling underage girls. On one occasion he slapped three girls, ages 13 to 17, on their rear ends
and asked a 15-year-old girl if he could perform sex acts on her on more than one occasion.
Councilman found guilty
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April 23, 2007
L Republican radio personality Scott Eller Cortelyou of Denver pleaded guilty to felony
charges of Internet luring and attempted Internet sexual exploitation of a child and was sentenced
to six years in prison. He once hosted the popular radio show 'Business For Breakfast.'
Radio Personality Pleads Guilty to Internet Luring Cortelyou
March 2007
L Right wing Republican talk show host Jon Matthews pleaded guilty to exposing his genitals
to an 11 year old girl. He received probation and a seven-year deferred sentence, but was later
found guilty of breaking his probation and was sentenced to three years. Matthews was also a
former newspaper columnist for the Fort Bend Star in Sugar Land.
Former Radio Talk Show Host Jon Matthews Heading To Prison
March 20, 2007
L Republican prosecutor Larry Corrigan was arrested and pled guilty for soliciting sex from
13-year old girls over the internet.
Guilty plea in online sex sting
Ex-worker in prosecutor's office tried to lure minor
Local political operative busted in Internet sting
February 15, 2007
L Human resources director for the Washington Times, Republican Randall Casseday, was
caught soliciting a 13-year old girl on-line. When he went to meet her he found the police
instead. He was sentenced to 90 months in prison for enticing a child and possessing child
pornography.
Former local newspaper human resources director sentenced to 90 months in prison for enticing a
child and possessing child pornography
February 7, 2007
L In June of 2006 Schenectady, New York Republican County Chairman Armando Tebano
was accused of fondling a 14 year old girl who he invited to watch the Star Wars trilogy with
him. On February 7, 2007 he pleaded guilty to second-degree harassment, fined $250, and
ordered to complete 250 hours of community service.
Judge's Husband Takes Plea Deal In Sex Case
GOP Official, Judge's Husband, Charged With Sex Crimes
January 5, 2007
L Republican County Commissioner Patrick Lee McGuire surrendered to police after allegedly
molesting two girls. McGuire was also executive director of the Coastal Florida Police
Benevolent Association.
McGuire faces molestation charges
November 30, 2006
L Republican County Constable Larry Dale Floyd pleaded guilty to charges of trying to arrange
with an 8-year-old girl by soliciting her mother via Internet and phone conversations. The 8-year
old’s mother happened to be an undercover police officer. In August of 2005 he was indicted on
three counts of possession of child pornography.
Ex-constable enters guilty plea:
“Floyd was originally indicted on suspicion of sexual assault of a child, pandering of a child,
inducement of child prostitution, trafficking in children, criminal solicitation, solicitation for
child prostitution and enticement of a child, but most of those charges were dropped in the plea
agreement. He was sentenced to 6 years to life in prison.”
Prosecutors: Ex-constable had a past
Sexual assaults go back decades, they allege; he has pleaded not guilty
1001 Cases of Abuse of Foreign Exchange Students in the U.S.
October 14, 2006
Republican County Board Candidate Brent Schepp was charged with 14 counts of criminal
sexual assault, 10 counts of aggravated criminal sexual abuse and two counts of unlawful
delivery of alcohol to a minor. He killed himself three days later.
Kane County Candidate Indicted In Abuse Case
Brent Schepp Charged With Abuse Of Teen Girls Last Year
August 29, 2006
L Republican Paul Skiles, and Republican William Gillin, of Pittsburgh pleaded guilty to
corruption of minors and indecent assault. Gillin, a college administrator, and Skiles, who owns
a Christian bookstore, have pled guilty for sex with an 15- year old and being part of an internet
pedophile sex ring. They were among five men arrested in March as part of an ongoing
investigation of men who meet boys through Internet chat rooms,
Johnstown Men Plead Guilty To Internet Sex Ring
July 24, 2006
L Republican Mayor of Green Oaks, Ill, a suburb of Chicago, Tom Adams was arrested for
distributing child pornography over the internet. After 2 years of delays, Adams was hit with
another delay towards child pornography charges as one of the judges recused himself from the
case.
3rd judge assigned to child porn case of former Green Oaks mayor recuses himself
Challenge to ex-Green Oaks mayor's case tossed
Suburban mayor hit with child porn charges
June 16, 2006
L Spokesperson for the Traditional Values Coalition and republican campaign worker, Steve
Aiken, was convicted of having sex with underage girls and was campaign manager for Randy
Graf, a Republican in a five-way primary for the Congressional seat in Arizona's 8th district.
GOP Campaign Manager Guilty of Corruption of Minors
April 4, 2006
L Republican Rep. Brian J. Doyle, the Republican deputy press secretary for Homeland
security was arrested for trying to seduce a teenage girl on the internet by sending her
pornographic movies. Doyle pled no contest to seven counts of Use of a Computer to Seduce a
Child, and sixteen counts of Transmission of Harmful Material to a Minor. He was sentenced to
5 years in prison in November of 2006.
Homeland Security official arrested in child sex sting
Sheriff: Suspect chatted online with detective posing as teen girl
Ex-Federal Official Pleads No Contest to Sex Charges
5 Years in Prison for Porn E-mails
November 22, 2005
L Republican campaign worker Mark Seidensticker, 45, of Concord and Ogunquit, Maine, was
arrested in Concord, accused of inappropriate contact with teenage boys and sentenced to one
year in jail. “Seidensticker's criminal record includes the 1992 conviction for attempted sexual
assault of a boy, and convictions for failing to register as a sex offender in New Hampshire and
Maine, criminal trespass, indecent exposure, and violations of a protective order.”
Ex-aide to official faces jail in solicting minor
Burton aide is convicted sex offender
Campaign worker charged with offering teens alcohol
November 5, 2005
L Republican Mayor Jeffrey Kyle Randall was sentenced nine months in jail and six years on
probation on charges that he molested two boys from 1997 to 2003.
Former Clarkfield mayor sentenced on molestation charges
October 6, 2005
L Republican Party leader Bobby Stumbo was arrested for having sex with a 5-year old boy.
"He kissed her, and when he kissed her, he stuck his tongue in her mouth. She asked him where
he learned that, and the child told her Bobby did that to him, talking about Bobby Stumbo,"
Detective Byron Hansford said.
A Former Republican Leader Is Charged With Sexually Abusing A Child
September 29, 2005
L Joshua Dickens, Republican Constable of Faulkner County, Arkansas. Dickens was
sentenced to 5 yrs, but could be released within 1 year. At the trial his victim testified that she
slapped and kicked her, burned her repeatedly with a cigarette lighter, threatened her with a knife
and told her, “'I might as well kill you and dump you in the ditch out there.”
Arkansas Constable-Elect Sentenced to Five Years in Woman's Assault
September 17, 2005
L Republican Mayor John Gosek was convicted and sentenced to 37 months for using a cell
phone to solicit what he thought were two 15-year-old girls to have sex with him at a Salina
motel on Sept. 16, 2005. Charges were dropped for soliciting sex from woman Gosek thought
was 14 years old back in 2004.
FBI Arrests Oswego Mayor on sex charge
Oswego mayor released pending hearing in sex case
June 4, 2005
L Republican advertising consultant Carey Lee Cramer was found guilty of molesting two pre-
teen girls and was sentenced to six years in prison.
Ad creator charged with molestation
Cramer sentenced to six years
March 30, 2005
L Republican teacher and former city councilman John J. Collins pleaded guilty to two counts
of second-degree sexual assault and one charge of third-degree witness tampering after sexually
molesting 13 and 14 year old girls. He was sentenced to ten years in prison.
Eatontown official faces new sexual assault charges
Second former student comes forward
10-year term for sex with students
March 7, 2005
L Republican pastor in Des Moines, Iowa, Mike Hintz pled guilty of three counts of sexual
exploitation and sentenced to two years probation. As part of his sentenced, Hintz, married with
four children, is forbidden to have contact with anyone under the age of 18. Hintz was the man
President Bush used to promote his tax plan in 2004: “It's a special day for Mike and Sharla, not
because they're with the President or with Chairman Grassley, but because it's their 13th wedding
anniversary.”
Former Youth Pastor Pleads Guilty
February 8, 2005
L Wrightsville Borough City Councilman, Republican Fred C. Smeltzer, Jr. pleaded no contest
to raping a 15 year-old girl and served 6-months in prison.
Council Accepts Resignation Of Member Imprisoned For Rape
Delaware Sex Offender Registry
January 1, 2005
L Republican Rolf Rathmann was sentenced to 10 years for eight counts of statutory sodomy
in the second degree and fined $5,000 total for all of the eight counts.
Rolf Rathmann Sentenced To 10 Years -- “Castration Too Kind” Says Boy’s Mom
Grand Jury Indicts Men Charged In Sex With Teen
August 15, 2004
L Conservative activist and benefactor to many Christian groups, Richard A. Dasen Sr., was
convicted of paying a 15 year old for sex. After gathering evidence, police estimate Dasen spent
over 5 million dollars on prostitutes.
Sex Scandal Rocks Montana Town
Businessman Alleged To Have Paid Women More Than $1 Million
July 13, 2004
L Republican Judge Mark Pazuhanich was sentenced to ten years probation after pleading no
contest to molesting his own daughter at a Hilary Duff concert in Wilkes-Barre.
Pazuhanich Charged With Indecent Assault
Pazahanich disbarred.
June 2, 2004
L Connecticut Republican legislator Peter Dibble pleaded no contest to having an inappropriate
relationship with a 13-year-old girl. He was accused of french kissing and inappropriatly
touching a 13 year old girl. He was sentenced to 3 months suspended sentence and 2 years of
unsupervised probation.
Politician pleads no contest in child endangerment case
March 4, 2004
L Republican County Commissioner of Richland County, OH, David Swartz pleaded guilty to
molesting two girls under the age of 11 and was sentenced to 8 years in prison.
More charges for Swartz?
Police: Ex-commissioner had sex with second girl
From the state of Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Corrections:
January 14, 2004
L Republican fundraiser, Rev. C. Stephen White, who routinely preached on the campuses of
the University of Pennsylvania as well as Rutgers and Drexel universities, was arrested and
convicted of offering $20 to a 14-year-old boy for permission to perform oral sex on him. White
is married and has three sons.
Reverend convicted on sexual charges
White faces charges for asking minor for sex
November 13, 2003
L Republican Nicholas Elizondo, Director of the "Young Republican Federation" was found
guilty of molesting his 6-year old daughter and was sentenced to six years in prison.
Same old stuff from young Republicans
June 11, 2003
L Republican anti-abortion activist John Allen Burt was charged with sexual misconduct
involving a 15-year old girl.
Anti-Abortion Extremist Arrested on Sexual Molestation Charges
January 14, 2003
L Director of Faith & Family Alliance and Republican strategist, Robin Vanderwall was
convicted in Virginia on five counts of soliciting sex from young boys and girls over the internet
and sentenced to 7 years. He is also connected with Ralph Reed and may have been part of his
inner circle who funneled money to and from lobbyist Jack Abromoff.
Regent law student charged with Internet sex crime
November 2, 2002
L Republican activist John Butler, was charged with criminal sexual assault on a teenage
female relative. In 2001 Butler was pardoned for a burglary conviction by Gov. George Ryan.
Blagojevich blasts Ryan volunteer
October 30, 2002
L Republican assembly candidate Richard Gardner was found guilty of molesting his
daughters during the 1980's. In 1988 he pled guilty to committing a lewd and lascivious act upon
his daughter, who was about 12 when the crime was committed in May 1982, for committing
oral copulation on the same daughter in January 1988, and for child molestation in 1983 against
another daughter under the age of 14. He was placed on probation for the three charges.
He then decided to run for Assembly as a Republican in Las Vegas and had to be reminded that
felons can’t hold elected office.
Officials report more crimes in candidate's past
July 12, 2002
L Republican activist Randal David Ankeney, pled guilty to smoking pot and having sex with
a 13 year old girl from El Paso that he met on the internet. Ankeney apparently has a long history
of assaulting women and girls. Colorado Gov. Bill Owens appointed Ankeney as a business
development representative in the Colorado Springs branch of the state Office of Economic
Development.
GOP Activist Accused Of Assaulting Another Girl
GOP Activist Pleads Guilty To Attempted Sex Assault
Flamed Out GOP Star Arrested For Child Sex Assault
June 20, 2002
L Republican politician Keith Westmoreland was arrested on seven felony counts of lewd and
lascivious exhibition by exposing himself to chidren. He later committed suicide.
Tennessee lawmaker dead in apparent suicide
March 14, 2002
L Republican activist Mark A. Grethen was convicted on six counts of sex crimes involving
children, including his own.
In Touch with Today’s youth
Text file: Mark Anthony Grethen V. Sandra Lynn Grethen
October 22, 2001
L West Bend city councilman, Republican Mark Harris was convicted of repeatedly having sex
with an 11-year-old girl and sentenced to 12 years in prison.
Harris gets prison term for molesting girl
June 24, 2001
L Republican Congressman Donald "Buz" Lukens was found guilty of having sex with a 13
year old girl and sentenced to one month in jail.
American Notes Congress
March 6, 2001
L Missouri GOP elections director Kevin Coan was caught in an internet sting by police. The
arresting officer recognized Coan in the naked photo he e-mailed to a “14 year old.” Coan
received two years probation.
Law Targets Internet Sexual Predators
St. Louis in Tizzy Over Election
November 2000
L Howard L. Brooks, Republican legislative aide for Republican Assemblyman Phil Wyman
was charged with molesting a 12-year old boy and possession of child pornography. Brooks was
investigated after he sent a sexually explicit letter to an inmate in CA. State Prison detailing his
sexual history with young boys at a YMCA camp in 2000.
Assemblyman's aide accused of molesting 12-year-old boy
July 20, 2000
L Hawaii County Councilman, Republican Keola Childs pleaded guilty to sexual assault in the
first degree when he molested a young boy and was sentenced to 2 years probation.
Ex-Big Isle official pleads guilty to child molesting
February 10, 2000
L Republican anti-gay activist Earl "Butch" Kimmerling was sentenced to 40 years in prison
for molesting an 8-year old girl after he attempted to stop a gay couple from adopting her.
Anti-gay Molester Gets 40-year Sentence
November 5, 1998
L Republican County Commissioner Merrill Robert Barter pleaded guilty to unlawful sexual
contact and assault on a teenage boy. He received a suspended sentence with two years probation
and had to pay $2,500 in counseling costs should the victim require it.
M. Robert Barter pleads guilty to unlawful sexual contact and assault
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L Republican Tom Randall, a petition drive manager, pled guilty to molesting two girls, one of
them the daughter of an associate in the petition business.
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SELF CONFESSED REPUBLICAN SEXUAL OFFENDERS
August 16, 2006
L Republican chairman of the Oregon Christian Coalition Lou Beres confessed to molesting his
own daughters, their friends and his sister-in-law when they were pre-teen. He was never
convicted of the crime as the statute of limitations had run out.
Family Values
Former Oregon Christian Coalition Leader Confesses to Molesting Relative
Lou Beres of the Christian Coalition Confesses to Molesting Family Members
July 28, 1995
L Republican activist and Christian Coalition leader Beverly Russell admitted to sexually
abusing his daughter since she was fifteen years old. His daughter, Susan Smith, later drowned
her two children.
Smith's stepfather says he failed as parent
CHILD PORNOGRAPHY
July 11, 2008
L President of the Trafalgar Town Council, (IN) Republican Max Knapp was arrested and
charged with two charges of child exploitation by Johnson County, detectives. After taking his
computer to be fixed, technicians found 74 images and videos of children in sexual acts. Knapp
is currrently free on a $16,000 bond.
Trafalgar leader linked to child-porn
April 12, 2008
L Republican city councilman of Brigantine New Jersey, Richard Casamento resigned after
being arrested on child pornography charges. FBI reported that Casamento also sent others
illegal images on the internet.
Brigantine councilman arrested on child pornography charges
February 23, 2007
L Republican Judge Ronald C. Kline was found guilty of possessing of child pornography on
his home computer and was sentenced to 27 months in prison. Canadian hacker Brad Willman
broke into the judge's Irvine home computer and discovered sexually explicit images of young
boys and a diary that revealed Judge Kline's fantasies involving young boys. A subsequent police
search of the Judge's court computer revealed more images and more dodgy Web sites.
Hacker puts judge in prison
Ex-judge Kline gets prison
Six years of legal wrangling ends with former O.C. Superior Court judge sentenced to 27 months
for child pornography.
January 28, 2005
L Republican Committee Chairman Jeffrey Patti was arrested for downloading and distributing
a video clip of a 5-year-old girl being raped.
39 charged in child porn sweep
April 23, 2003
L Republican fundraiser Richard A. Delgaudio was found guilty of child porn after paying two
teenage girls to pose for sexual photos in a Baltimore hotel. He was only sentenced to two years
probation. Delgaudio also served as president of the Republican-affiliated Legal Affairs Council
and spent time raising money for Oliver North’s defense during the Iran-Contra scandal.
Conservative Fund-Raiser On Probation For Child Porn
April 2001
L Republican activist Parker J. Bena was found guilty of child porn on his computer and
sentenced to 30 months in prison.
The Top Ten Conservative Idiots (Week 16)
March 8, 1999
L Republican anti-abortion activist Nicholas Morency pled guilty to offering $1.5 million on-
line contract to kill anyone who would murder an abortion provider. When the cops shut down
his web site they found 1,000 to 2,000 images of child porn featuring children as young as five to
seven years old.
Extremist Arrested: Four Years Ago Today
LEWD CONDUCT
November 8, 2007
L Republican state Representative and Florida co-Chairman of McCain for President, Bob Allen
was found guilty of soliciting an undercover male officer in a restroom after offering to perform
oral sex for $20. Allen was a outspoken Christian leader against homosexual rights. He received
six months of probation, a $250 fine, court costs and $245 restitution to Titusville Police
Department.
Bob Allen convicted of soliciting cop for sex
August 8, 2007
L Republican Senator Larry Craig pleaded guilty to one count of disorderly conduct.
According to the police report, Craig was arrested on June 11th by a plain clothes officer after
Craig gave indications that he was interested in "sexual activity" in a restroom at the
Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport. He was sentenced to 1 year probation and fined
$500.00.
Senator pleaded guilty, reportedly after bathroom stall incident
August 18, 2006
L Republican Judge Donald Thompson from Oklahoma, was found guilty on four counts of
indecent exposure after using a penis pump while presiding over court cases. He was sentenced
to 4 years in prison and a $40,000 fine.
Thompson’s defense was that he never masturbated while on the bench, and that the penis pump
was a gag gift which he had never used. His former court reporter, Lisa Foster, testified that she
saw Thompson expose himself at least 15 times, so when the investigators found semen on
Thompson’s chair and robes the Judge’s credibility was shot. Audio recordings from his trials
included a "whooshing" sound that the judge could not explain.
Penis pump judge gets 4-year jail term
October 3, 2004
L Former lawyer to the Ohio House Republican caucus, Stephen Linnen, the “Naked
Photographer” would ambushed women in the nude and took photos of their shocked
expressions. He was sentenced to 18 months and ordered not to possess any cameras, video
equipment or recording device of any kind.
Naked Photographer Sentenced
September 4, 2004
L Hawaiian Republican Rep. Brian Blundell, was convicted of sexual assault for fondling an
undercover male police office in a Waikiki restroom.
Plea deferral sought in sex case
A legislator pleads no contest to groping an undercover officer
February 21, 2001
L South Bay’s major and Republican campaign consultant, Tom Shortridge, received three
year’s probation after pleading no contest to charges that he knowingly took photographs of two
under-aged girls.
Man Denies Guilt in Pornography Case
November 2000
L President and CEO of the Southeastern Legal Foundation, Republican Matthew Glavin, was
arrested multiple times for public indecency, one time fondling the crotch of the officer who was
arresting him.
Tiptoe Through The Tearooms: The Glory Hole Days of Matthew Glavin
Matthew Glavin charged with public indecency
January 15, 1999
L Republican Neal Horsley, who has called for the arrest of all homosexuals, admitted on the
Fox News Radio's The Alan Colmes Show, that he's had sex with mules. He was convicted of
possession of hashish with intent to sell and has sense been released. Horsley was responsible
for creating a web site called “The Nuremberg Files” which displayed the names and locations of
various doctors who performed abortions throughout the United States. The web site was shut
down after a lawsuit from Planned Parenthood.
Abortion Foes' Internet Site on Trial
DRUGS
March 15, 2008
L South Carolina Republican state Treasurer and South Carolina Chairman of Giuliani for
President, Thomas Ravenel was charged with cocaine possession and was sentenced to 10
months in jail.
Former South Carolina State Treasurer Thomas Ravenel is sentenced to 10 months in prison
April 7, 2006
L Republican Thomas J. Noonan, deputy mayor of Kirkwood, MO, pleaded guilty to two
counts of the class C felony of possession of a controlled substance and one count of the class D
felony of attempt to possess a controlled substance. He was sentenced to rehab.
Court Order
July 27, 2005
L Former Mayor of Sterling Heights, Republican Steve Rice was charged with possession of
cocaine. He was sentenced to 18 months probation.
Rice sentenced to 18 months probation
Drug traces found in councilman's home
Undercover officers raid house of former Sterling mayor Steve Rice
(just plain old ) PROSTITUTION
March 1, 2008
L Former North Carolina state legislator, and currently on the Cabarrus County Board of
Commissioners, Republican Coy Privette has been charged with six counts of aiding and
abetting prostitution. On August 22, 2007, he pleaded guilty and the judge agreed to expunge his
record upon completing 48 hours of community service, saying he's only concerned with
"making sure the behavior stopped." Also on Privette’s resume was his unsuccessful campaign
for Governor in 1976 and President of the Christian Action League.
Most of the higher ranks of the Republican party in North Carolina have called for Privette to
resign from the Cabarrus County Board of Commissioners. He has chosen not to. Also on
Privette’s resume is his unsuccessful campaign for Governor in 1976 and President of the
Christian Action League.
'Hell has just frozen over'
Despite prostitution plea, Privette stays
8/29/07
Coy Privette says he won't resign
December 7, 2003
L Utah State Representative Brent Parker was arrested for soliciting sex from an undercover
officer posing as a male prostitute.
Kindness is curbing gay cruising
September 30, 2003
Representative Calvin Bird, a Republican Legislator, was busted for soliciting sex ($40) from an
undercover officer in downtown Salt Lake City. He was sentenced to a year’s probation, and
completion of the Johns’ Program.
Legislator Working to Bring Nuclear Power to Utah
ESPIONAGE
July 18, 2007
L Republican Leandro Aragoncillo was an FBI intelligence analyst and was assigned to the
staff of Vice President Dick Cheney. On October 5, 2005, Aragoncillo was indicted and arrested
for espionage. Federal agents accuse him of stealing classified information, including
information about the current President of the Philippines, Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo and passing
it to opposition leaders in that country. Aragoncillo was sentenced to 10 years in prison on July
18, 2007
Ex-FBI Analyst Gets 10 Years in Spy Plot
April 29, 2007
L Republican Steve Rosen, American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) Indicted for
criminal conspiracy involving classified national security information. His trial in the U.S.
Courthouse in Alexandria, Virginia is scheduled to begin on April 29, 2008. (WIKI)
April 29, 2007
L Republican Keith Weissmann, AIPAC Indicted for criminal conspiracy involving classified
national security information. (WIKI)
2 Senior AIPAC Employees Ousted
February 16, 2007
L Major Republican donor Abdul Tawala Ibn Ali Alishtari, a/k/a Michael Mixon, has been
indicted in federal court on charges of providing material support to terrorists.
Accused Terrorist Is Big GOP Donor
$20K More Uncovered from Accused Terrorist Funder to GOP
January 20, 2006
L Republican Larry Franklin, DOD employee, who worked directly under Donald Rumsfeld,
pleaded guilty tor espionage and received 12 years and a $10,000 fine. Ultimately charges
against Franklin were not listed as espionage.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Larry_Franklin
From Wiki: “. . .passing information about U.S. policy towards Iran to the American Israel
Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC), the foremost pro-Israel lobbying organization in the U.S,