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Thread: 2 Obama Aides Arrested

  1. #1
    2 arrested in FBI raid at Obama appointee's office
    March 12, 2009 - 12:00pm

    WASHINGTON - A D.C. Office of the Chief Technology Officer employee and contractor have been arrested in a federal bribery sting, sources tell WTOP.
    D.C. Office of the Chief Technology Officer employee Yusuf Acar and Advanced Integrated Technologies Corporation President and CEO Sushil Bansal have been arrested, sources tell WTOP.

    Acar, 40, was taken into custody Thursday morning by FBI agents at his home in Northwest D.C.

    The FBI is now serving a search warrant at the office of D.C.'s Chief Technology Officer, WTOP has learned.

    "We are there as part of a continuing ongoing criminal investigation," FBI Washington Field Office spokesperson Katherine Schweit tells WTOP.

    Schweit would not comment on the details of the investigation.

    More than a dozen FBI agents - including evidence technicians - at the office, located at 1 Judiciary Square on 4th Street in Northwest, WTOP's Mark Segraves reports.

    Most of the employees have been told to go home. Other employees have been segregated into a waiting room.

    Segraves reports the FBI's search has expanded from 9th floor offices to 10th floor offices.

    A spokesman for D.C.'s U.S. Attorney tells WTOP he cannot discuss the investigation, as it is currently sealed.

    On March 5, President Barack Obama named D.C. Chief Technology Officer Vivek Kundra as the federal government's chief information officer.

    Kundra's last day was March 4.

    Kundra, who was in charge of technology in the District since 2007, has been a consultant to Obama since he won the election.

    (Copyright 2009 by WTOP. All Rights Reserved.)

    WASHINGTON - A D.C. Office of the Chief Technology Officer employee and contractor have been arrested in a federal bribery sting, sources tell WTOP.
    D.C. Office of the Chief Technology Officer employee Yusuf Acar and Advanced Integrated Technologies Corporation President and CEO Sushil Bansal have been arrested, sources tell WTOP.

    Acar, 40, was taken into custody Thursday morning by FBI agents at his home in Northwest D.C.

    The FBI is now serving a search warrant at the office of D.C.'s Chief Technology Officer, WTOP has learned.

    "We are there as part of a continuing ongoing criminal investigation," FBI Washington Field Office spokesperson Katherine Schweit tells WTOP.

    Schweit would not comment on the details of the investigation.

    More than a dozen FBI agents - including evidence technicians - at the office, located at 1 Judiciary Square on 4th Street in Northwest, WTOP's Mark Segraves reports.

    Most of the employees have been told to go home. Other employees have been segregated into a waiting room.

    Segraves reports the FBI's search has expanded from 9th floor offices to 10th floor offices.

    A spokesman for D.C.'s U.S. Attorney tells WTOP he cannot discuss the investigation, as it is currently sealed.

    On March 5, President Barack Obama named D.C. Chief Technology Officer Vivek Kundra as the federal government's chief information officer.

    Kundra's last day was March 4.

    Kundra, who was in charge of technology in the District since 2007, has been a consultant to Obama since he won the election.

  2. #2
    2 arrested in FBI raid at Obama appointee's office
    March 12, 2009 - 12:00pm

    WASHINGTON - A D.C. Office of the Chief Technology Officer employee and contractor have been arrested in a federal bribery sting, sources tell WTOP.
    D.C. Office of the Chief Technology Officer employee Yusuf Acar and Advanced Integrated Technologies Corporation President and CEO Sushil Bansal have been arrested, sources tell WTOP.

    Acar, 40, was taken into custody Thursday morning by FBI agents at his home in Northwest D.C.

    The FBI is now serving a search warrant at the office of D.C.'s Chief Technology Officer, WTOP has learned.

    "We are there as part of a continuing ongoing criminal investigation," FBI Washington Field Office spokesperson Katherine Schweit tells WTOP.

    Schweit would not comment on the details of the investigation.

    More than a dozen FBI agents - including evidence technicians - at the office, located at 1 Judiciary Square on 4th Street in Northwest, WTOP's Mark Segraves reports.

    Most of the employees have been told to go home. Other employees have been segregated into a waiting room.

    Segraves reports the FBI's search has expanded from 9th floor offices to 10th floor offices.

    A spokesman for D.C.'s U.S. Attorney tells WTOP he cannot discuss the investigation, as it is currently sealed.

    On March 5, President Barack Obama named D.C. Chief Technology Officer Vivek Kundra as the federal government's chief information officer.

    Kundra's last day was March 4.

    Kundra, who was in charge of technology in the District since 2007, has been a consultant to Obama since he won the election.

    (Copyright 2009 by WTOP. All Rights Reserved.)

    WASHINGTON - A D.C. Office of the Chief Technology Officer employee and contractor have been arrested in a federal bribery sting, sources tell WTOP.
    D.C. Office of the Chief Technology Officer employee Yusuf Acar and Advanced Integrated Technologies Corporation President and CEO Sushil Bansal have been arrested, sources tell WTOP.

    Acar, 40, was taken into custody Thursday morning by FBI agents at his home in Northwest D.C.

    The FBI is now serving a search warrant at the office of D.C.'s Chief Technology Officer, WTOP has learned.

    "We are there as part of a continuing ongoing criminal investigation," FBI Washington Field Office spokesperson Katherine Schweit tells WTOP.

    Schweit would not comment on the details of the investigation.

    More than a dozen FBI agents - including evidence technicians - at the office, located at 1 Judiciary Square on 4th Street in Northwest, WTOP's Mark Segraves reports.

    Most of the employees have been told to go home. Other employees have been segregated into a waiting room.

    Segraves reports the FBI's search has expanded from 9th floor offices to 10th floor offices.

    A spokesman for D.C.'s U.S. Attorney tells WTOP he cannot discuss the investigation, as it is currently sealed.

    On March 5, President Barack Obama named D.C. Chief Technology Officer Vivek Kundra as the federal government's chief information officer.

    Kundra's last day was March 4.

    Kundra, who was in charge of technology in the District since 2007, has been a consultant to Obama since he won the election.

  3. #3

  4. #4
    Is Obama next? By the way, did you see my post on the Obama attack on Rush?

  5. #5
    Just doing the jobs Americans wont do

  6. #6
    Gee, even criminals have to compete with foriegners who steal cheaper.

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