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By Tom Fitton
New photos confirm the attack's coordination and its cover-up
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - James W. Mcjunkin
A Northern Virginia man was sentenced Monday to 23 years in prison after pleading guilty to assisting people he thought were al Qaeda terrorists in planning bombings at Metrorail stations.
The last remaining defendant in the Jack Abramoff lobbying scandal was convicted Thursday in a Washington federal court in what will likely prove to be the final trial stemming from the most notorious Capitol Hill corruption case in recent memory.
"The FBI and our intelligence community partners work diligently to hold accountable those who violate that special trust," Mr. McJunkin said.
"Mr. Verrusios conduct cuts against the thousands of government workers who live their lives by the ethical code they pledged to uphold," said FBI Assistant Director James W. McJunkin, who heads the bureau's Washington field office.