The Jack Abramoff File

A collection of our stories about the D.C. super-lobbyist's Seattle connections.

A GOP Lobbyist in Cuffs Jack Abramoff, who worked for Seattle’s Preston Gates Ellis law firm, is charged with fraud and conspiracy. (Aug. 17, 2005)

Choctaw Cash A U.S. Senate investigation reveals new details on Jack Abramoff’s Seattle ties. (July 6, 2005)

Meet the Lapin Brothers Rabbis Daniel and David both count superlobbyist Jack Abramoff as a friend, and both now are turning up in news coverage of the Tom DeLay scandal. (May 11. 2005)

Following the Money The Seattle-based Preston Gates Ellis law firm is attracting more attention as the Tom DeLay investigations widen. (April 6, 2005)

The Preston Gates Mates The venerable Seattle law firm launched key players in the Tom DeLay scandal. (Feb. 23, 2005)




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