Jack Abramoff Rolling in a Different Kind of Dough

Eight years ago, Jack Abramoff was a Washington super-lobbyist making millions in fees and wining and dining the powerful at the restaurant he owned, Signatures, on Pennsylvania Avenue. Meals were prepared by executive chef Morou Ouattara and served to lawmakers seated in elegantly appointed private dining rooms. Rare documents on the walls included a signed replica of Gerald Ford's pardon of Richard Nixon, alongside portraits and autographs from Gen. George Patton, Rocky Marciano, Harry...Full Story
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