Toward the end of the Washington Post's follow up to the New York Times' Jack Abramoff piece, there's this interesting nugget:
Prosecutors have told one lawmaker, Rep. Robert W. Ney (R-Ohio), that they are preparing a possible bribery indictment against him over official acts that benefited clients of Abramoff. Ney inserted comments in the Congressional Record at Scanlon's request praising Kidan and castigating the reputation of SunCruz's then-owner, Konstantinos "Gus" Boulis, during contentious purchase negotiations.
Is this new? Did I miss this? Prosecutors told Ney that they are preparing a possible bribery indictment?