Emmanuel S. Bailey, head of Veterans Services Corp., has hired superlawyer Billy Martin to protect him from being smeared by his relationship with Michael A. Brown, who pleaded guilty June 10 in federal court to accepting $55,000 in bribes.
(The Washington Times)
Emmanuel S. Bailey was brought on as a local subcontractor after the D.C. Lottery contract for online gaming was awarded despite having no ties to gambling in his business background. (Barbara L. Salisbury/The Washington Times)
PLAYERS: Emmanuel S. Bailey formed a company that would get the lucrative D.C. Lottery contract. (Rod Lamkey Jr./The Washington Times)
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