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Kofi Annan's son implicated in Oil for Food!
Foxnews on air ^ | 3/11/04 | Foxnews

Posted on 03/11/2004 9:23:20 AM PST by highlander_UW

Kofi Annan's son implicated in Oil for food. Teaser on Foxnews. They should get to the story soon. On air now!


TOPICS: Breaking News; Crime/Corruption; Foreign Affairs; News/Current Events
KEYWORDS: breaking; crime; foreign; fraud; kofiannan; kojoannan; news; oilforfood; un
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1 posted on 03/11/2004 9:23:26 AM PST by highlander_UW
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To: highlander_UW
Keep us posted if you can. This could be entertaining.
2 posted on 03/11/2004 9:24:34 AM PST by johniegrad
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To: highlander_UW

3 posted on 03/11/2004 9:24:45 AM PST by Born Conservative (conservative click Guerilla extraordinare)
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To: highlander_UW
Oil vouchers to ANEP, a Panamanian oil company. ANEP affiliated with UN.
4 posted on 03/11/2004 9:25:41 AM PST by highlander_UW
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To: B4Ranch; Jeff Head; Travis McGee
FYI...........1.94 a gallon for unleaded..............gas not Koffi !
5 posted on 03/11/2004 9:27:18 AM PST by Squantos (Be polite. Be professional. But, have a plan to kill everyone you meet.)
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To: highlander_UW
This is a WSJ story......

And the woman on right now said:

She said "The real person who needs looking at here is the Secretary General."


6 posted on 03/11/2004 9:27:59 AM PST by Howlin (Charter Member of the Incredible Interlocking Institutional Power!!!!)
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To: johniegrad
Well......that certainly explains a lot!!
7 posted on 03/11/2004 9:28:39 AM PST by smiley
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To: highlander_UW
Ding, ding, ding!
8 posted on 03/11/2004 9:28:50 AM PST by DoctorMichael (What the %$#&!)
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To: Howlin
Her name was claudia Rosett, from the WSJ.
9 posted on 03/11/2004 9:29:32 AM PST by highlander_UW
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To: highlander_UW
Koffi Anon's son implicated in the Oil for Food program fraud. More to come.....FoxNews alert (still no details).







I didn't catch her full name, but she is Claudia with the Wall Street Journal and she is the one who broke this story. She deserves our applause and thanks for her investigative efforts.


10 posted on 03/11/2004 9:29:44 AM PST by TomGuy
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To: Howlin
She's a hard hitting, take no prisoners reporter. We've known about this for months, and months, now we have names to go with it.
11 posted on 03/11/2004 9:31:05 AM PST by GailA (Millington Rally for America after action http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/872519/posts)
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To: nutmeg
Ping.
12 posted on 03/11/2004 9:31:11 AM PST by WinOne4TheGipper (Wait. So Kerry's the Dem. nominee? When did we start letting the French run for president?)
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To: TomGuy
RESIGN YOU SCUMB-BAG LOSER ANTI-AMERICAN SELF-ABSORBED EGOIST! Oh, you want me to be specific - yeah, I guess that would include alot of people if I didn't mention a specific name! ANNON
13 posted on 03/11/2004 9:32:14 AM PST by princess leah
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To: highlander_UW
Just saw it on FOX News. The journalist reporting works for the WSJ. I am not a WSJ subscriber so I can't link to her story. Maybe someone here could link????

She was fascinating. She has been digging around and has found links to Kofi's son working for a company that was sort of the watchdog for the Oil for Food Program. She said the corruption leads right to Kofi. In her opinion, she didn't think the UN would survive - or atleast Kofi would survive.

Hope this story has legs.
14 posted on 03/11/2004 9:32:36 AM PST by Republican Red (Karmic hugs welcomed!)
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To: highlander_UW
Any bets on how long it will be until Bush is personally blamed? It MUST be a vast right wing conspiracy. It MUST be racially motivated!
15 posted on 03/11/2004 9:32:39 AM PST by Made In The USA (Where is the outrage?!)
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To: TomGuy
Claudia Rosett, from the WSJ. Good catch on the screen shots!
16 posted on 03/11/2004 9:32:53 AM PST by highlander_UW
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To: highlander_UW

Pic Source: http://0cents.com


17 posted on 03/11/2004 9:33:25 AM PST by KQQL (@)
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To: highlander_UW; Cicero; Mo1; backhoe; MizSterious; Dog; Dog Gone; TexKat; eddie willers; 1Mike; ...

MAJOR PING


Kojo & Kofi
Unbelievable U.N. stories.

By Claudia Rosett

In the growing scandal over the United Nations Oil-for-Food program, which from 1996-2003 supervised relief to Saddam Hussein's Iraq, U.N. Secretary General Kofi Annan and his staff have excused themselves from any responsibility for the massive corruption involving billions in bribes and kickbacks that went on via more than $100 billion in U.N.-approved contracts for Saddam to sell oil and buy humanitarian supplies. U.N. officials have denied that this tidal wave of graft in any way seeped into their own shop, or that they even had time to notice it was out there. They were too busy making the world a better place.

That's fascinating, not least given the ties of Annan's own son, Kojo Annan, to the Switzerland-based firm, Cotecna, which from 1999 onward worked on contract for the U.N. monitoring the shipments of Oil-for-food supplies into Iraq. These were the same supplies sent in under terms of those tens of billions of dollars worth of U.N.-approved contracts in which the U.N. says it failed to notice Saddam Hussein's widespread arrangements to overpay contractors who then shipped overpriced goods to the impoverished people of Iraq and kicked back part of their profits to Saddam's regime.

Cotecna was hired by the U.N. on December 31, 1998. Shortly afterward, press reports surfaced that Kojo was a partner in a private consulting firm doing work for Cotecna, and that just 13 months previously he had occupied a senior slot on Cotecna's own staff. Asked about this in 1999 by the London Telegraph, a U.N. spokesman, John Mills, replied that the U.N. had not been aware of the connection, and that "The tender by Cotecna was the lowest by a significant margin."

It seems there's a lot the U.N. managed not to be aware of. But the information that Cotecna — while employing Kofi's son in any capacity — put in the lowest bid by far for the job of authenticating Saddam's Oil-for-Food imports, is not necessarily reassuring. Cotecna, which got paid roughly $6 million for its services during that first year (the U.N. will not release figures on Cotecna's fees over the following years) was bidding on work that empowered its staff to inspect tens of billions worth of supplies inbound to a regime much interested in smuggling, and evidently accustomed to dealing in bribes and kickbacks as a routine part of business. The issue was never solely whether the monitors were cheap, but whether they were trustworthy.

The whole setup raises disturbing questions. But this is a subject on which neither the U.N. nor Cotecna has been willing to offer illumination. Asked for details, both have stonewalled. The U.N. spokesman Mills, who fielded the question in 1999, is now deceased. A query to the U.N. Oil-for-Food elicits from a spokesman only the information that the five-year-old response by the late Mills "stands, as provided by the U.N." A recent query to Cotecna, asking for at least some detail on ties to Kojo Annan, elicits nothing beyond the reply that: "There is nothing else to add."

It is possible of course, that Kojo Annan had nothing to do with the Iraq program per se, as he told the Telegraph back in 1999: "I would never play any role in anything that involves the United Nations for obvious reasons." Though at the same time, in a comment that suggested at least nodding acquaintance with the Oil-for-Food program, Kojo added: "The decision is made by the contracts committee, not by Kofi Annan."

Then why the reluctance from the U.N., or Cotecna, for that matter, to provide any further details whatsoever? Beyond that, it is disingenuous to suggest Annan had no responsibility for the contracts. Oil-for-Food was run out of the U.N. Secretariat, reporting directly to Annan, who regularly signed off on the six-month phases of the program. Without his approval, the contracts would not have gone forward.

Even if we assume that everyone on the U.N.'s Oil-for-Food staff, as well as Kofi Annan himself, was indeed ignorant of Kojo Annan's involvement with Cotecna, it is hard to buy the argument that Kofi, while signing off regularly on the program's workings, was simply oblivious to the details. Not only was Kofi Annan the boss, but he was directly involved from the beginning. Kofi Annan's official U.N. biography notes that shortly before his promotion to Secretary-General "he led the first United Nations team negotiating with Iraq on the sale of oil to fund purchases of humanitarian aid."

It was Annan, who in October 1997 brought in as Oil-for-Food's executive director Benon Sevan, reporting directly to the Secretary-General, to consolidate Oil-for-Food's operations into the Office of Iraq Program. And it was shortly after Sevan took charge that Oil-for-Food, set up by Kofi Annan's predecessor, Boutros Boutros-Ghali, with at least some transparency on individual deals, began treating as confidential such vital information as the names of specific contractors, quantities of goods, and prices paid.

U.N. staff, such as Under-Secretary General Shashi Tharoor in a letter last month to the Wall Street Journal, have argued that the U.N. was not responsible for Saddam's misdeeds, and that U.N. staff were not concerned with such kickback-relevant matters as business terms of Saddam's contracts. The disturbing implication is that the U.N. — while collecting a commission of more than $1 billion on Saddam's oil sales to cover its own overhead in administering Oil-for-Food — was indifferent to Saddam's short-changing the Iraqi people, whose relief was supposed to be the entire point of the program.

Beyond that, the U.N., during the final months of Oil-for-Food, gave every indication of knowing just where the problems lay. Last May, shortly after the fall of Saddam's regime, the U.N. Security Council voted to end the Oil-for-Food program and gave the U.N. Secretariat six months to tie-up loose ends before handing over any outstanding import contracts to the U.S. Coalition Provisional Authority. With Saddam's regime gone as a contracting party, the U.N. began a frenzied process of "renegotiating" billions in contracts, basically winnowing out the graft component that Oil-for-Food had previously approved.

By the end of this sudden housecleaning, the U.N. had scrapped more than 25 percent of the contracts for which, under Saddam, it had already agreed to release funding from the U.N.-controlled Oil-for-Food bank accounts. Uncharacteristically, the U.N. on its website has posted explanatory notes next to some of the dropped contracts. These do not suggest a U.N. that was living in ignorance of Saddam's 10-percent-overpricing-and-kickback scheme.

For instance, in the U.N.'s own footnotes, there is reference to the welding-machine contractor from Lebanon, "unwilling to accept the 10% deduction"; likewise the Belgian and Jordanian suppliers of medicine, both refusing a "10% reduction." In other cases there is a vaguer note, such as the Russian backhoe supplier, who "refused to accept extra fee deduction." Or the supplier of "fork lift and spares" from Belarus who "stated that the supply of remaining parts cannot be cost effective under the current circumstances." Asked to further explain these notations, an Oil-for-Food spokesman offers no comment except that all available information is already posted on the U.N. website.

Altogether, according to U.N. records, 728 previously approved and funded deals were "removed from the list of amendable contracts," a few because the supplies had already been delivered, but many because the contractors appear to have run for the hills. For instance, there's the Jordanian supplier of school furniture, whose contract was dropped during the U.N.'s post-Saddam frenzy of "prioritization" because the "Company does not exist and the person in charge moved to Egypt." Or the Russian supplier of "vehicle spare parts," who "could not be contacted despite all efforts." Or the Algerian seller of "adult milk" who "has no interest in renegotiation"; the Egyptian seller of "generator" for educational purposes, who "is not enthusiastic about proceeding with the amendment"; the Syrian seller of "laboratory equipment" who is "not possible to contact."

Another 762 contracts set aside indefinitely by the U.N., post-Saddam because of their "questionable utility" were deals for goods that sound handy and humanitarian enough on the generic U.N. face of it. These include medicine from China; sugar and ambulances from Egypt; laboratory materials and medical equipment from France; educational materials from Pakistan; wheat, medical equipment, and ambulances from Russia; and yet more wheat, from Saudi Arabia. One has to wonder if the revised assessment of utility lay in the nature of the goods described, or in the actual terms of the contracts previously blessed by the U.N.

It's commendable that the U.N., facing imminent handover of the program, tried to clean up the remaining contracts. It is plausible, perhaps, that no one at the U.N. knew of the links between Kofi Annan's son, Kojo, and the firm monitoring Iraq's U.N.-approved imports, Cotecna, and that these ties had no bearing on a massively corrupt program. It is possible that only after Saddam fell did anyone among the 1,000 or so U.N. international staff administering Oil-for-Food, or Sevan, or Kofi Annan, notice that they'd been approving Saddam's deals with suppliers that were, in various combinations, paying kickbacks, hard to contact, or even, as in the case of the Jordanian school-furniture contractor, nonexistent.

But what has to be clear by now is that the U.N. itself was either corrupt, or so stunningly incompetent as to require total overhaul. There are by now enough questions, there has been enough secrecy, stonewalling, and rising evidence of graft all around the U.N. program in Iraq, so that it is surely worth an independent investigation into the U.N. itself — and Annan's role in supervising this program. If Kofi Annan will not exercise his authority to set a truly independent inquiry in motion, it is way past time for the U.S., whose taxpayers supply about a quarter of the U.N. budget, to call the U.N. itself to account for Oil-for-Food — in dollar terms the biggest relief operation it has ever run, and by many signs, one of the dirtiest.

18 posted on 03/11/2004 9:33:39 AM PST by Howlin (Charter Member of the Incredible Interlocking Institutional Power!!!!)
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To: Howlin
Google string:

http://news.google.com/news?hl=en&ie=ISO-8859-1&edition=us&q=Oil+for+food&btnG=Search+News
19 posted on 03/11/2004 9:34:29 AM PST by Howlin (Charter Member of the Incredible Interlocking Institutional Power!!!!)
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To: princess leah
RESIGN YOU SCUMB-BAG LOSER ANTI-AMERICAN SELF-ABSORBED EGOIST! Oh, you want me to be specific - yeah, I guess that would include alot of people if I didn't mention a specific name! ANNON

Am not!

I was deeply Ooooofended, until I got to the end of your scathing remark. lol
20 posted on 03/11/2004 9:34:47 AM PST by TomGuy
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To: Howlin
Thanks for the story!
21 posted on 03/11/2004 9:35:31 AM PST by Republican Red (Karmic hugs welcomed!)
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To: Republican Red
It is a long article about Benon Sevan; director of the UN oil-for-food program but I saw no mention of Annan's son in the article. It is almost a full page.
22 posted on 03/11/2004 9:35:31 AM PST by cinFLA
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To: Howlin
Claudia Rossett did indeed break the story but today's WSJ article was written by Terese Raphael. Rosette has a long story about this on the National Review web site dated lated yesterday afternoon. "Kojo & Kofi Unbelievable U.N. stories."
23 posted on 03/11/2004 9:36:23 AM PST by Lecie
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To: Howlin
Thanks, Howlin!
24 posted on 03/11/2004 9:37:08 AM PST by annyokie (There are two sides to every argument, but I'm too busy to listen to yours.)
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To: cinFLA
see post 18.
25 posted on 03/11/2004 9:37:11 AM PST by Republican Red (Karmic hugs welcomed!)
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To: GailA
Am I right in what she said? That the MAIN person who needs to be investigated is Kofi???

And, yes, we HAVE know about this for a long time:

At least a year YESTERDAY:

http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/861683/posts
26 posted on 03/11/2004 9:37:22 AM PST by Howlin (Charter Member of the Incredible Interlocking Institutional Power!!!!)
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To: GailA
Am I right in what she said? That the MAIN person who needs to be investigated is Kofi???

And, yes, we HAVE know about this for a long time:

At least a year YESTERDAY:

http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/861683/posts
27 posted on 03/11/2004 9:37:22 AM PST by Howlin (Charter Member of the Incredible Interlocking Institutional Power!!!!)
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To: TomGuy
Koffi will say ..this is all B.S by the "CROOKED LYING " Republicans and their Right wing Media buddies.
28 posted on 03/11/2004 9:37:26 AM PST by KQQL (@)
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To: Howlin
Just posted this thread over on another thread.

Between this and an aid of Carol Mosley Braun being arrested for spying on America FOR Iraq, it's amazing Democrats can get elected dog catcher.
29 posted on 03/11/2004 9:37:35 AM PST by Peach (The Clintons have pardoned more terrorists than they ever captured or killed.)
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To: cinFLA
btt
30 posted on 03/11/2004 9:38:21 AM PST by Sacajaweau (God Bless Our Troops!!)
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To: highlander_UW
I've a feeling that this'll be tremendous news, and will aid the President's popularity concerning the war.
32 posted on 03/11/2004 9:38:46 AM PST by Preachin'
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To: highlander_UW
The article in today's WSJ print ediction is by Therese Raphael.
33 posted on 03/11/2004 9:38:52 AM PST by cinFLA
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To: highlander_UW
Now I know why Kofi was against the war...
34 posted on 03/11/2004 9:38:53 AM PST by KevinDavis (Let the meek inherit the Earth, the rest of us will explore the stars!)
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To: highlander_UW
Here is FR research on it and one of her earlier articles.

click here

click here

35 posted on 03/11/2004 9:38:54 AM PST by GailA (Millington Rally for America after action http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/872519/posts)
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To: Howlin
It is possible that only after Saddam fell did anyone among the 1,000 or so U.N. international staff administering Oil-for-Food, or Sevan, or Kofi Annan, notice that they'd been approving Saddam's deals with suppliers that were, in various combinations, paying kickbacks, hard to contact, or even, as in the case of the Jordanian school-furniture contractor, nonexistent.

And this UN is the org that Kerry, hClinton, and the 'Progressives' want to turn our sovereignty and defense over to.
36 posted on 03/11/2004 9:39:41 AM PST by TomGuy
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To: Howlin; Alamo-Girl; onyx; ALOHA RONNIE; SpookBrat; Republican Wildcat; dixiechick2000; RonDog; ...
Kofi Annan's son implicated in Oil for Food!


Please let me know if you want ON or OFF my General Interest ping list!. . .don't be shy.


37 posted on 03/11/2004 9:40:04 AM PST by MeekOneGOP (The Democrats say they believe in CHOICE. I have chosen to vote STRAIGHT TICKET GOP for years !!)
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To: highlander_UW

Oh yeah, this is gettin' good!

38 posted on 03/11/2004 9:40:04 AM PST by GalaxieFiveHundred
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To: highlander_UW
Saudi Arabia does direct deposit to Kofis Swiss accounts. :)Why not Saddam??
39 posted on 03/11/2004 9:40:14 AM PST by dennisw (“The fear of the Lord is the beginning of knowledge: but fools despise wisdom and instruction.”)
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To: highlander_UW
An editorial in the WSJ today backing this up. Kofi's son is mentioned about 4/5 of the way down the article.

http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/1095444/posts

}:-)4

40 posted on 03/11/2004 9:40:24 AM PST by Moose4 (Yes, it's just an excuse to post more pictures of my kitten. Deal with it.)
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To: highlander_UW
Look for clintoon to be behind this- He is bucking for SG of the UN- or, as he will try to make everyone believe, LEADER OF THE WORLD.
41 posted on 03/11/2004 9:41:04 AM PST by Mr. K
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To: highlander_UW
All of this while we provided for border security as it per tains to Iraq. Sounds to me Mr. Koofie Gonad forgot who the task masters are.
42 posted on 03/11/2004 9:41:15 AM PST by ping jockey (it only takes $.13 to do the job correctly.)
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To: GailA; Cincinatus' Wife
Oh, we need to ping Cincy!

I knew there was a list, but didn't remember whether it was yours or Backhoe's.

This is HUGE........I am shaking with excitement because somebody FINALLY said it outloud on national TV!
43 posted on 03/11/2004 9:41:17 AM PST by Howlin (Charter Member of the Incredible Interlocking Institutional Power!!!!)
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To: highlander_UW
All of this while we provided for border security as it per tains to Iraq. Sounds to me Mr. Koofie Gonad forgot who the task masters are.
44 posted on 03/11/2004 9:41:36 AM PST by ping jockey (it only takes $.13 to do the job correctly.)
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To: highlander_UW
Is this the beginning of the Clinton coup d'etat for the SecGen position at the United Nations?

-PJ

45 posted on 03/11/2004 9:41:44 AM PST by Political Junkie Too (It's not safe yet to vote Democrat.)
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To: highlander_UW

46 posted on 03/11/2004 9:41:56 AM PST by Hillary's Lovely Legs (I am trying to stop an outbreak here and you are driving the monkey to the airport!)
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To: autoresponder; Happy2BMe; PhilDragoo; yall

47 posted on 03/11/2004 9:42:08 AM PST by MeekOneGOP (The Democrats say they believe in CHOICE. I have chosen to vote STRAIGHT TICKET GOP for years !!)
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To: highlander_UW
Here is where it all started .. The WSJ has been doing a good job researching this scam by the UN

Kofi Annandersen Enron-style accounting at the U.N. Oil-for-Food Program

48 posted on 03/11/2004 9:42:13 AM PST by Mo1 (Do you want a president who injects poison into his skull for vanity?)
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To: Moose4
That's a good article, I found this paragraph amusing...

Mr. Sevan could not be reached for comment on the letter, but did issue a denial in response to our Feb. 9 article. "There is absolutely no substance to the allegations . . . that I had received oil or oil monies from the former Iraqi regime," he said through a spokesman. "Those making the allegations should come forward and provide the necessary documentary evidence." The denial notwithstanding, the documents raise enough questions to warrant an investigation by the U.N., as well as by outside investigators, including the U.S. Congress. (A U.N. spokesman said yesterday that Mr. Sevan is on extended vacation until late April, after which he retires at the month's end.)

49 posted on 03/11/2004 9:42:44 AM PST by highlander_UW
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To: Peach
an aid of Carol Mosley Braun being arrested for spying on America FOR Iraq

Oh man, it was one of her aides? I saw the headline but didn't catch up on the story. This is big.

50 posted on 03/11/2004 9:42:54 AM PST by freeperfromnj
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