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Officials of the Children and Youth Investment Trust Corp. being sworn in Monday before a D.C. Council committee are (from the left) Vice President Ed Davies, President and CEO Ellen London and Comptroller Michael O'Hearn. Former council member Harry Thomas Jr. used the nonprofit as a conduit to steal city funds. (Barbara L. Salisbury/The Washington Times)

Officials of the Children and Youth Investment Trust Corp. being sworn in Monday before a D.C. Council committee are (from the left) Vice President Ed Davies, President and CEO Ellen London and Comptroller Michael O'Hearn. Former council member Harry Thomas Jr. used the nonprofit as a conduit to steal city funds. (Barbara L. Salisbury/The Washington Times)

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