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Jul 06, 2006 Consultant Breached FBI's Computers: Frustrated by Bureaucracy, Hacker Says Agents Approved and Aided Break-Ins

QUOTE: A government consultant, using computer programs easily found on the Internet, managed to crack the FBI's classified computer system...he said agents in the Springfield office approved his actions.

Washington Post
May 12, 2005 Abu Ghraib Officer Gets Reprimand: Non-Court-Martial Punishment for Dereliction of Duty Includes Fine

QUOTE: The Army has decided to punish the top military intelligence officer stationed at the Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq in 2003 with a letter of reprimand and a fine...

Washington Post
Apr 23, 2005 Top Army Officers Are Cleared in Abuse Cases: One General Will Likely Get Reprimand Over Abu Ghraib

QUOTE: An Army inspector general's report has cleared senior Army officers of wrongdoing in the abuse of military prisoners in Iraq and elsewhere, government officials familiar with the findings said yesterday. The only Army general officer recommended for punishment for the failures that led to abuses at the Abu Ghraib prison and other facilities in Iraq and Afghanistan is Brig. Gen. Janis L. Karpinski

Washington Post
Dec 15, 2004 The Defense Secretary We Have

QUOTE: ...we have a pretty terrific Army. It's performed a lot better in this war than the secretary of defense has.

Washington Post
Dec 08, 2004 Director's Control Is a Concern

QUOTE: The compromise legislation approved by the House yesterday in response to the Sept. 11 commission's findings represents a historic reordering of the $40 billion intelligence community.

Washington Post
May 07, 2004 The System Was Lacking

QUOTE: Those soldiers and private contractors humiliating Iraqi prisoners were operating within a set of assumptions about what they were and were not supposed to do. Did they get nods and winks that anything was okay as long as it produced results?

Washington Post
Feb 21, 2004 Two Different Approaches to Settling Professional Liability Issues

QUOTE: Home inspectors, along with most people in business, operate in a general state of apprehension regarding lawsuits. One reaction has been to strictly limit the scope of an inspection to defects that are visible and readily detectable.

Washington Post
May 14, 2003 Air Force Academy Seeks to Prosecute Cadet in Rape

QUOTE: "I'm standing here today accused of a terrible crime," Cadet Meester said in a prepared statement. "That's not who I am."

New York Times
Jan 17, 2003 Brave New Soldier?

QUOTE: Just as human cloning raises questions of bizarre possibilities about new types of human life, so must the Pentagon realize the danger of drug enhancement in possibly harming soldiers and many innocents.

Christian Science Monitor
Oct 22, 2002 SEC Staff Endorses Charging Stewart: Lifestyle Maven Faces Action for Stock Sale

QUOTE: Congressional investigators have reported that Stewart sold 3,928 shares of ImClone, worth about $230,000, on Dec. 27, just before ImClone announced the adverse Erbitux news on Dec. 28.

Washington Post
Sep 25, 2002 For Asbestos Victims, Compensation Remains Elusive

QUOTE: The result is the product-liability case that will not end. And with so many cases and so many bankruptcies, [asbestos] victims are having trouble collecting for their injuries.

Washington Post
Aug 01, 2002 Accusation of Conflicts At a Supplier to Hospitals

QUOTE: ...In a matter of months, Cynthia Fitzgerald was out of work — fired, she says, after complaining about her company's business practices...

New York Times
Aug 01, 2002 U.S. Opens Criminal AOL Probe:justice Dept. to Focus On Unusual Accounting

QUOTE: The U.S. Justice Department has opened a criminal investigation into the accounting practices of AOL Time Warner Inc...

Washington Post
Jul 03, 2002 Memo Cited Bush's Late SEC Filings: White House Dismisses Suggestions of Wrongdoing in Bush's Time in Oil Business

QUOTE: ...President Bush repeatedly failed to file timely reports of his business interests and transactions before his election as Texas governor.

Washington Post
May 01, 2002 What If You'd Worked at Enron?

QUOTE: We've all heard the same Enron story: executives at the top behaving badly, victims at the bottom losing their savings. But the truth is in the middle.

Fast Company