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How true this is for many a Republican in Washington and across the country. Scandals fly about on the hill about this Republican and that one. Now that Abramoff has pled guilty a Nor'Easter of sorts is tearing through the beltway.

Emily J. Miller is the woman scorned and RawStory has the details to back it up. It seems the press secretary that tried to shut off Colin Powell's interview a while back has resurfaced in a big way.

RawStory reports they have a 'backstory' that shows just how Scanlon, Abramoff ands ultimately dozens of lawmakers are getting taken down.

From the article:

Scanlon was implicated in the Abramoff scandal by his former thirtysomething fiancee, Emily J. Miller, whom he met in the late 1990s while working as communications director for former House Majority Leader Tom DeLay (R-TX), three former associates who worked with Scanlon at DeLay's office said. Colleagues say Miller went to the FBI after Scanlon broke off their engagement and announced his intention to marry another woman.


Scanlon thought he was untouchable. Untouchable by the law and women, his hubris got to him in a really big way. Not only has he pled guilty to bribing congressmen his ex-boss has pled guilty to multiple felonies today, costing him (unearned) millions, ratting out his 'friends' and serving time behind bars.

The article over at RawStory is a true gem. Good for Emily getting Scanlon back for being a prick. Too bad she's pretty scummy to begin with though.

Originally posted to proudprogressiveCA on Tue Jan 03, 2006 at 02:03 PM PST.

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