New Questions about DC Limos, Hookers, Contracts

Jun 15, 2006 10:17am

Tough questions for Homeland Security officials are expected today at a Congressional hearing about a $21.2 million contract awarded to a limousine company alleged to have provided prostitutes for parties attended by members of Congress. FBI agents are investigating whether members of Congress, including convicted Congressman Randall "Duke" Cunningham, put pressure on Homeland Security to award the contract to Shirlington Limousine for shuttle services and executive travel. No one from Shirlington Limousine will testify today, and its lawyer has denied the company provided prostitutes.

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