Busted: Politicians Caught With Their Hands in the Cookie Jar
Michael Brown is the latest and one of several Washington, D.C. lawmakers to get caught violating the public's trust. On June 10, Brown has pleaded guilty to accepting $55,000 in bribes from undercover FBI agents and faces up to 37 months in prison. He is the son of the late Ron Brown, a former Democratic National Committee chairman and Commerce Department secretary.
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