Tom DeLay was indicted for a second time in less than a week by a Texas grand jury investigating campaign contributions. DeLay called it "an abomination of justice."
The latest indictment, for one count of conspiring to launder money and one count of money laundering, was brought hours after DeLay's lawyers attacked on technical grounds another indictment handed down last week.
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Prosecutors investigating Rep. Tom DeLay have asked former Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher for details of a meeting between the two politicians, her spokesman confirmed Tuesday.
"Lady Thatcher is visited by many politicians and political figures from around the world," Bell said. "It was not a business meeting."
The Daily Mirror newspaper, citing a leaked British government document, reported Monday that the request was part of an inquiry by the Justice Department into allegations that congressmen received free foreign holidays in return for efforts to influence legislation.
The newspaper quoted the Home Office document as saying the investigation centered on the activities of Jack Abramoff, a lobbyist with close ties to DeLay.