Jack Abramoff: External Links

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The following are external links related to the main article Jack Abramoff.

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Legal Documents

Political Connections & Contributions

Interviews & Testimony

  • Hearing Before the Committee on Indian Affairs, United States Senate, 108th Congress, 2nd Session, on Oversight Hearing Regarding Tribal Lobbying Matters, et al., September 29, 2004.
  • Statement of Senator John McCain, Senate Committee on Indian Affairs, Oversight Hearing on Lobbying Practices Involving Indian Tribes, September 29, 2004.
  • Statement of Richard M. Milanovich, Chairman Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians, Presented to the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs, September 29, 2004.
  • "Statement of Ben Nighthorse Campbell, Chairman - Committee on Indian Affairs Oversight Hearing In re Tribal Lobbying Matters, et al.]", September 29, 2004.



  • "The Timeline," Washington Post, February 2000 to August 16, 2004 (posted May 1, 2005).

Undated Material


  • "Citizens for America" (organizational profile), GroupWatch: Profiles of U.S. Private Organizations and Churches, compiled by the Interhemispheric Resource Center, Box 2178, Silver City, NM 88062, February 1990.




  • Stephen Pizzo, "Part III: DeLay's Godfather," AlterNet, May 12, 2002: "If a person can be judged by his choice of friends, then Tom DeLay should face harsh judgment indeed. Probably no single DeLay insider is more controversial than the man who has been described as DeLay's financial godfather, attorney/lobbyist/fundraiser Jack Abramoff. When DeLay kicked off his political action committee, Americans for a Republican Majority (ARMPAC), Jack Abramoff pledged that he would raise 'plenty' for the effort."
  • John Bresnahan, "Jack Doubles Down," Washington Business Forward, November 2002: "Greenberg Traurig’s Jack Abramoff is the most unlikely establishment Washington lobbyist: he made his bones producing a Dolph Lundgren movie, working with Indian casinos and doing a riverboat gambling deal that turned messy. Now Abramoff has emerged as an insider’s insider, with close ties to top Republicans and a hefty book of business. But even with his ally Tom DeLay poised to become House Majority Leader, Abramoff’s still found time to go into the restaurant business. Don’t bet against him."