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25 Most Corrupt Officials in the Bush Administration

25 Most Corrupt Officials in the Bush Administration

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To determine the 25 most corrupt Bush administration officials, CREW reviewed hundreds of articles, thousands of pages of court records, inspector general reports from multiple agencies, and four years of U.S. Department of Justice public documents. CREW found and documented more than 160 cases of significant criminal behavior and/or misconduct over the last six years and then whittled the list down to 25 by weighing the following factors: 1) type of criminal activity and level of misconduct; 2) seniority or level of influence of the official; and 3) impact on the public trust.
To determine the 25 most corrupt Bush administration officials, CREW reviewed hundreds of articles, thousands of pages of court records, inspector general reports from multiple agencies, and four years of U.S. Department of Justice public documents. CREW found and documented more than 160 cases of significant criminal behavior and/or misconduct over the last six years and then whittled the list down to 25 by weighing the following factors: 1) type of criminal activity and level of misconduct; 2) seniority or level of influence of the official; and 3) impact on the public trust.

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Criminals and sCoundrels:
 The 25 Most Corrupt Ofcials of the Bush Administration
 
TABLE OF CONTENTS______________________________________________________________________________
Executive Summary..........................................................................................................................iMethodology....................................................................................................................................iiThe ViolatorsI. Claude A. Allen,
White House
..................................................................................1II. Eric G. Andell,
U.S. Department of Education
........................................................3III. Margaret Burnette,
Food & Drug Administration
....................................................4IV. Lester M. Crawford,
Food & Drug Administration
.................................................7V. Lurita A. Doan,
General Services Administration
...................................................9VI. Brian J. Doyle,
U.S. Department of Homeland Security
........................................12VII. Darleen A. Druyun,
U.S. Air Force
........................................................................13VIII. Frank Figueroa,
U.S. Department of Homeland Security
......................................15IX. Kyle “DustyFoggo,
Central Intelligence Agency
................................................17X. J. Steven Griles,
U.S. Department of the Interior 
..................................................19XI. Andrea K. Grimsley,
U.S. Department of Homeland Security
...............................22XII. Donald W. Keyser,
U.S. Department of State
........................................................24XIII. John T. Korsmo,
Federal Housing Finance Board 
...............................................26XIV. Kevin D. Marlowe,
U.S. Department of Defense
..................................................28XV. Jose M. Miranda,
 Broadcasting Board of Governors
............................................30XVI. William G. Myers III,
U.S. Department of Interior 
...............................................31XVII. Janet Rehnquist,
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
.......................33
 
XVIII. David H. Safavian,
White House & General Services Administration
...................36XIX. Robert T. Schofield,
U.S. Department of Homeland Security
................................38XX. Thomas A. Scully,
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
....................40XXI. David Smith,
U.S
.
 Department of the Interior 
.......................................................43XXII. Jeffrey H. Stayton,
U.S. Department of the Army
..................................................45XXIII. Robert J. Stein,
Coalition Provisional Authority
...................................................46XXIV. Roger G. Stillwell,
U.S. Department of the Interior 
..............................................48XXV. Kenneth Tomlinson,
Corporation for Public Broadcasting
..................................50

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