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Operating in the shadows of the Trump administration's chaos and the financial scandals dogging Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke, a powerful trio of Interior Department political appointees is now in place to accelerate an already aggressive effort to quickly offer leases for millions of acres of public ...
In 2007, second-ranking Interior Department official J. Steven Griles admitted to misleading the Senate about the criminal doings of disgraced lobbyist Jack Abramoff. But the US government's insistence on the truth and nothing but the truth was best exemplified in 2009, when professional baseball player ...

In 2007, second-ranking Interior Department official J. Steven Griles pleaded guilty to lying to senators about links to lobbyist Jack Abramoff. Baseball player Miguel Tejada pleaded guilty to lying to Congress in 2009 after giving false testimony in 2005 about performance-enhancing drugs. Player Roger ...
Steven Griles, Norton's top lieutenant at Interior, resigned after an investigation by the department's Office of Inspector General concluded he had met with former clients in the fossil fuel industry in violation of an agreement he signed upon getting confirmed to deputy Interior secretary. After leaving Interior ...
"The fact that James Clapper is free to go about his life while Edward Snowden is still exiled is a travesty of justice." Although lying to Congress is rarely prosecuted, there are some recent examples. In 2007, second-ranking Interior Department official J. Steven Griles pleaded guilty to lying to senators about ...
"The fact that James Clapper is free to go about his life while Edward Snowden is still exiled is a travesty of justice." Although lying to Congress is rarely prosecuted, there are some recent examples. In 2007, second-ranking Interior Department official J. Steven Griles pleaded guilty to lying to senators about ...

In 2007, second-ranking Interior Department official J. Steven Griles pleaded guilty to lying to senators about his links to lobbyist Jack Abramoff. Baseball player Miguel Tejada pleaded guilty to lying to Congress in 2009 after giving false testimony in 2005 about performance-enhancing drugs. Player Roger ...
In 2007, second-ranking Interior Department official J. Steven Griles pleaded guilty to lying to senators about his links to lobbyist Jack Abramoff. Baseball player Miguel Tejada pleaded guilty to lying to Congress in 2009 after giving false testimony in 2005 about performance-enhancing drugs. Player Roger ...
From 1985 to 1989, during the Reagan administration, Cason was deputy assistant secretary for land and minerals management; in that capacity, he worked closely with Steven Griles, a former coal lobbyist and the chief architect of some of the most environmentally destructive policies of the Reagan years.
In 2007, Steven Griles, who had served as deputy secretary, was sentenced to 10 months in prison for obstructing a Senate investigation into lobbyist Jack Abramoff 's dealings. The same year, Julie MacDonald, a deputy assistant secretary, resigned after she was found to have revised scientific reports to ...
By the time she departed in 2006 for a job at Royal Dutch Shell, several key appointed positions at Interior had been filled with former energy-industry lobbyists — including Deputy Secretary Steven Griles, who resigned in 2004 and was later convicted of obstruction of justice in the Jack Abramoff scandal.
J. Steven Griles was a leading man in As Interior Turns, holding the number-two spot in the agency and ending up in bed with everyone from Jack Abramoff to the coal and electric power industry, to (literally) Italia Federici. He first worked for the feds in the 1980s under James Watt, at the U.S. Office of ...
WASHINGTON, March 23 — J. Steven Griles, the second-highest official at the Interior Department during President Bush's first term, pleaded guilty today to lying to a Senate committee about his ties to Jack Abramoff, the disgraced lobbyist who obtained help from the Interior Department for his Indian tribal ...
WASHINGTON, March 23 — J. Steven Griles, the second-highest official at the Interior Department during President Bush's first term, pleaded guilty today to lying to a Senate committee about his ties to Jack Abramoff, the disgraced lobbyist who obtained help from the Interior Department for his Indian tribal ...
WASHINGTON, June 26 — A federal judge on Tuesday sentenced the former second-ranking official of the Interior Department to 10 months in prison for lying to a Senate committee about his ties to Jack Abramoff, the crooked lobbyist who is now in prison. The official, J. Steven Griles, in a tearful appeal, ...
... and served as Counselor to the Secretary when J. Steven Griles, the 'second-ranking official of the Interior Department,' was involved in the Jack Abramoff corruption scandal.” Not surprisingly, a primary goal of Trump's Interior Department is to fundamentally undermine protection of endangered species.
Steven Griles, Norton's top lieutenant at Interior, resigned after an investigation by the department's Office of Inspector General concluded he had met with former clients in the fossil fuel industry in violation of an agreement he signed upon getting confirmed to deputy Interior secretary. After leaving Interior ...

In 2007, second-ranking Interior Department official J. Steven Griles pleaded guilty to lying to senators about links to lobbyist Jack Abramoff. Baseball player Miguel Tejada pleaded guilty to lying to Congress in 2009 after giving false testimony in 2005 about performance-enhancing drugs. Player Roger ...
In 2007, second-ranking Interior Department official J. Steven Griles pleaded guilty to lying to senators about his links to lobbyist Jack Abramoff. Baseball player Miguel Tejada pleaded guilty to lying to Congress in 2009 after giving false testimony in 2005 about performance-enhancing drugs. Player Roger ...
From 1985 to 1989, during the Reagan administration, Cason was deputy assistant secretary for land and minerals management; in that capacity, he worked closely with Steven Griles, a former coal lobbyist and the chief architect of some of the most environmentally destructive policies of the Reagan years.
In 2007, Steven Griles, who had served as deputy secretary, was sentenced to 10 months in prison for obstructing a Senate investigation into lobbyist Jack Abramoff's dealings. The same year, Julie MacDonald, a deputy assistant secretary, resigned after she was found to have revised scientific reports to ...
... saying in a statement that a number of “scandals” took place during that period — such as the Jack Abramoff lobbying fraud conspiracy and the related criminal conviction of Steven Griles, former deputy secretary — and saying that the public has a right to know what Bernhardt's involvement was.
By the time she departed in 2006 for a job at Royal Dutch Shell, several key appointed positions at Interior had been filled with former energy-industry lobbyists — including Deputy Secretary Steven Griles, who resigned in 2004 and was later convicted of obstruction of justice in the Jack Abramoff scandal.
In the past, lobbyists have leveraged large campaign contributions during the transition period. Many of George W. Bush's top financial backers were given positions on his transition team, especially lobbyists from the energy industry, and this afforded these industries enormous influence. Steven Griles, an ...
J. Steven Griles was a leading man in As Interior Turns, holding the number-two spot in the agency and ending up in bed with everyone from Jack Abramoff to the coal and electric power industry, to (literally) Italia Federici. He first worked for the feds in the 1980s under James Watt, at the U.S. Office of ...
WASHINGTON, June 26 — A federal judge on Tuesday sentenced the former second-ranking official of the Interior Department to 10 months in prison for lying to a Senate committee about his ties to Jack Abramoff, the crooked lobbyist who is now in prison. The official, J. Steven Griles, in a tearful appeal, ...
In 2007, second-ranking Interior Department official J. Steven Griles pleaded guilty to lying to senators about his links to lobbyist Jack Abramoff. Baseball player Miguel Tejada pleaded guilty to lying to Congress in 2009 after giving false testimony in 2005 about performance-enhancing drugs. Player Roger ...
In 2007, Steven Griles, who had served as deputy secretary, was sentenced to 10 months in prison for obstructing a Senate investigation into ...
... several key appointed positions at Interior had been filled with former energy-industry lobbyists — including Deputy Secretary Steven Griles, ...
Steven Griles, an energy-industry lobbyist, contributed to the Bush campaign, was then given a position on the transition team, and was later ...
Steven Griles, a coal industry lobbyist who had represented the National Mining Association, assisted in the transition. After that work was ...
J. Steven Griles was a leading man in As Interior Turns, holding the number-two spot in the agency and ending up in bed with everyone from ...
WASHINGTON, March 23 — J. Steven Griles, the second-highest official at the Interior Department during President Bush's first term, pleaded ...
The official, J. Steven Griles, in a tearful appeal, asked Judge Ellen S. Huvelle of Federal District Court for leniency. He acknowledged that he ...
... he worked closely with Steven Griles, a former coal lobbyist and the chief architect of some of the most environmentally destructive policies of ...
In 2007, Steven Griles, who had served as deputy secretary, was sentenced to 10 months in prison for obstructing a Senate investigation into ...
... with that scandal, but other top Interior officials were involved, including former Interior Deputy Secretary J. Steven Griles, who was sentenced ...
... one of his investigations at Interior helped lead to the conviction of Deputy Secretary Steven Griles on charges related to his ties to Abramoff.
Her deputy, J. Steven Griles, was a coal industry lobbyist. Her Undersecretary in charge of the U.S. Forestry Service was Mark Rey, a former ...
... several key appointed positions at Interior had been filled with former energy-industry lobbyists — including Deputy Secretary Steven Griles, ...
Steven Griles, an energy-industry lobbyist, contributed to the Bush campaign, was then given a position on the transition team, and was later ...
Steven Griles, a coal industry lobbyist who had represented the National Mining Association, assisted in the transition. After that work was ...
Claims of false congressional testimony have triggered a series of criminal cases in recent years, including one against Steven Griles, ...
WASHINGTON, March 23 — J. Steven Griles, the second-highest official at the Interior Department during President Bush's first term, pleaded ...
Her deputy, J. Steven Griles, was a coal industry lobbyist. Her Undersecretary in charge of the U.S. Forestry Service was Mark Rey, a former timber industry lobbyist.
Steven Griles, a coal industry lobbyist who had represented the National Mining Association, assisted in the transition. After that work was completed, Griles landed the Department of Interior's number-two position, where he worked to loosen rules on ...


 

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