Abramoff Links to Tribal Casinos Brought Scrutiny

Republican lobbyist Jack Abramoff arrives at the Federal Justice Building in Miami

Republican lobbyist Jack Abramoff arrives at the Federal Justice Building in Miami to plead guilty to two counts of fraud, Jan. 4, 2006. Carlo Allegri/Getty Images hide caption

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Lobbyist Jack Abramoff pleads guilty in Miami to charges related to his purchase of a gambling boat fleet. But it's the enormous amount of money Abramoff received from Indian tribes with casino interests that made him a target of investigators and led to his guilty plea on separate charges in Washington.

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