The most concrete piece of independent evidence that Doolittle was at least looked at by the Justice Department is in the records of the clerk of the House.
A woman named Tonya Walker, describing herself as a "secretary on behalf of work" but identified elsewhere as working for the Justice Department, went to the clerk's office in August 2005 and registered to review financial disclosure reports Doolittle filed for 2002 and 2003.
Walker also looked at records of other House and Senate members who had been linked to Abramoff, including six years of filings for Doolittle's former chief of staff, David Lopez.
Sunday, October 29, 2006
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