Safavian Found Guilty in Abramoff Lobbying Case

A federal jury finds a former Bush administration official guilty of lying and obstruction. David Safavian was the chief of staff at the General Services Administration, which manages federal real estate. He's the first person to stand trial in connection with the Jack Abramoff lobbying scandal.

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