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Brown, Pam
Brown was Federal Ombudsman to the Commonwealth of the Northern Marianas Islands from 1999-2001, and subsequently appointed as Attorney General. She served as AG until 2006.

Dubose, Lou
Dubose is the co-author, with Jan Reid, of THE HAMMER: TOM DELAY: GOD, MONEY, AND THE RISE OF THE REPUBLICAN CONGRESS (2004) and THE HAMMER COMES DOWN: THE NASTY, BRUTISH, AND SHORTENED POLITICAL LIFE OF TOM DELAY, (2006). He was editor of the Texas Observer for 12 years beginning in 1987.

Geeslin, Chris Reverend
Geeslin is a pastor in Frederick, MD. From 1998 until 2001, he served as the President of the Board of the US Family Network.

Harben, Sam
Harben teaches History in Georgia. He was a member of the College Republican National Committee from 1982-1987.

Langley, Bertney
Langley is a former member of the Coushatta Tribal Council. When he first met Jack Abramoff and Michael Scanlon in 2001, he was the Secretary-Treasurer of the tribe.

Latourette, Laurence
Latourette was a Partner at Preston Gates Ellis & Rouvelas Meeds from 1992-1999.

McDonald, Craig
McDonald is Executive Director of Texans for Public Justice, a non-profit organized in 1997.

Murkowski, Frank
Murkowski is currently the Governor of Alaska. He was recently defeated in the Republican primary and his term will end in 2006. For 22 years before his governorship, he represented Alaska in the U.S. Senate. During the '90s he served as Chairman of the Energy and Natural Resources subcommittee.

Olasky, Marvin
Olasky is a professor of Journalism at the University of Texas and Editor-in-Chief of WORLD Magazine, the leading national journal of the evangelical right.

Paynter, Suzii
Paynter is the Director of the Christian Life Commission of the Baptist General Convention of Texas.

Ratcliffe, R.G.
R.G. Ratcliffe is the Austin Bureau Chief for the HOUSTON CHRONICLE.

Rosen, Hilary
Rosen was Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the Recording Industry Association of America representing the major labels of the U.S. recording industry until 2003.

Smith, Jeffrey R.
Smith is an investigative reporter for THE WASHINGTON POST. He won the 2006 Pulitzer for Investigative Reporting for his work on the Abramoff scandal along with colleagues Susan Schmidt and James Grimaldi.

Solono, Peter
Solono served as Maitre d', floor manager and acting general manager of Signatures restaurant during his tenure from 2002 until 2004. He is currently writing a book on his experiences with the restaurant.

Stayman, Allen
Stayman was Deputy Assistant Secretary for Territorial and Insular Affairs at the Department of Interior from 1993-1999.

Stone, Peter
Stone is the author of Heist: Superlobbyist Jack Abramoff, His Republican Allies, and the Buying of Washington (2006). He is a reporter for the NATIONAL JOURNAL.

Dr. J. Michael Waller
Waller is Vice President of the Center for Security Policy. He was a founding editor of DEMOKRATIZATSIYA: THE JOURNAL OF POST-SOVIET DEMOCRATIZATION. He also served as editor of the Russia Reform Monitor, a newsletter of the American Foreign Policy Council. In 1982-1983, he was a member of the College Republican National Committee.

Warner, Monty<
Warner is currently a GOP media strategist based in New York.

Worfel, William
Worfel is a former Vice Chairman of the Coushatta Tribal Council (2001-2005).

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