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Thanks, but you really got me wondering. I think I can look into it some. The info is out there.
Courtney Stadd, NASA chief of staff, was sentenced to 41 months in prison for conspiracy. (2012)
Scott Bloch was appointed by George W. Bush to head the United States Office of Special Counsel and was sentenced to one month in prison for Contempt
of Congress and sentenced to one year of un-supervised probation. Bloch had hired Geeks on Call to scrub his computer of files before they could be
examined by Congress. (2010)
Lewis Libby Chief of Staff to Vice President Dick Cheney (R). 'Scooter' was convicted of perjury and obstruction of justice in the Plame Affair on
March 6, 2007 and was sentenced to 30 months in prison and fined $250,000. His sentence was commuted by George W. Bush (R) on July 1, 2007. The felony
remains on Libby's record though the jail time and fine were commuted.
Lester Crawford Commissioner of the Food and Drug Administration, resigned after 2 months. Pleaded guilty to conflict of interest and received 3
years suspended sentence and fined $90,000. (2006) 
Claude Allen Advisor to President Bush on Domestic Policy, Allen was arrested for a series of felony thefts in retail stores such as Target. (2006)
He was convicted on one count and resigned soon after.
Darleen Druyun Principal Deputy Undersecretary of the Air Force for Acquisition, Druyun pleaded guilty to inflating the price of the contract to
favor her future employer and to passing information on the competing Airbus A330 MRTT bid (from EADS). In October 2004, she was sentenced to nine
months in jail for corruption, fined $5,000, given three years of supervised release and 150 hours of community service. She began her prison term on
January 5, 2005.
Jack Abramoff CNMI scandal involves the efforts of Abramoff to influence Congress concerning U.S. immigration and minimum wage laws. See Legislative
branch convictions. Convictions within the Bush administration include:
1.David Safavian GSA (General Services Administration) Chief of Staff, found guilty of blocking justice and lying,  and sentenced to 18
2.Roger Stillwell Staff in the Department of the Interior under George W. Bush. Pleaded guilty and received two years suspended sentence. 
3.Susan B. Ralston Special Assistant to the President and Senior Advisor to Karl Rove, resigned October 6, 2006 after it became known that she
accepted gifts and passed information to her former boss Jack Abramoff.
4.J. Steven Griles Deputy Secretary of the Interior pleaded guilty to obstruction of justice and was sentenced to 10 months.
5.Italia Federici staff to the Secretary of Interior, and President of the Council of Republicans for Environmental Advocacy, pleaded guilty to tax
evasion and obstruction of justice. She was sentenced to four years probation.
6.Jared Carpenter Vice-President of the Council of Republicans for Environmental Advocacy, was discovered during the Abramoff investigation and
pleaded guilty to income tax evasion. He got 45 days, plus 4 years probation.
7.Mark Zachares staff in the Department of Labor, bribed by Abramoff, guilty of conspiracy to defraud. 
8.Robert E. Coughlin Deputy Chief of Staff, Criminal Division of the Justice Department pleaded guilty to conflict of interest after accepting bribes
from Jack Abramoff. (2008) 
 Legislative branch
Jack Abramoff CNMI scandal involves the efforts of Abramoff to influence Congressional action concerning U.S. immigration and minimum wage laws. See
Executive branch convictions. Congressmen convicted in the Abramoff scandal include:
1.Tom DeLay (R-TX) The House Majority Leader was reprimanded twice by the House Ethics Committee and DeLay resigned 9 June 2006. Delay was found
to have illegally channeled funds from Americans for a Republican Majority to Republican state legislator campaigns. He was convicted of two counts of
money laundering and conspiracy in 2010 and sentenced to three years.
2.Michael Scanlon (R) former staff to Tom DeLay: working for Abramoff, pleaded guilty to bribery.
3.Tony Rudy (R) former staff to Tom DeLay, pleaded guilty to conspiracy.
4.James W. Ellis (R) executive director of Tom DeLay's political action committee, Americans for a Republican Majority (ARMPAC), was indicted by
Texas for money laundering. 
5.John Colyandro (R) executive director of Tom DeLay's political action committee, Texans for a Republican Majority (TRMPAC), was indicted by Texas
for money laundering 
6.Bob Ney (R-OH) pleaded guilty to conspiracy and making false statements as a result of his receiving trips from Abramoff in exchange for
legislative favors. Ney received 30 months in prison.
7.Neil Volz former staff to Robert Ney, pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy in 2006 charges stemming from his work for Bob
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