U.N. Oil for Food Scandal

“Two senior investigators with the committee probing corruption in
the U.N. oil-for-food program have resigned in protest, saying they
believe a report that cleared Kofi Annan of meddling in the $64
billion operation was too soft on the secretary-general, a panel
member confirmed Wednesday. The investigators felt the Independent
Inquiry Committee, led by former U.S. Federal Reserve chairman Paul
Volcker, played down findings critical of Annan when it released an
interim report in late March related to his son, said Mark Pieth, one
of three leaders of the committee.”

Full article here.

Another article here.

And Roger Simon is all over this one.

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