Ben Conery is a member of the investigative team covering the Supreme Court and legal affairs. Prior to coming to The Washington Times in 2008, Mr. Conery covered criminal justice and legal affairs for daily newspapers in Connecticut and Massachusetts. He was a 2006 recipient of the New England Newspaper Association's Publick Occurrences Award for a series of articles about a Kansas man whose odyssey of deceit and murder could have been cut short with a routine arrest in a small Connecticut town.
A high-ranking Justice Department official gave special treatment to groups that treated him to rounds of golf and expensive dinners, according to a House committee report. Published June 20, 2008