Dusty Foggo, while he was a contracting officer at the CIA, helped his best friend Brent Wilkes land multimillion dollar contracts with the agency, and in return….?
Well, Foggo had a job waiting for him at Wilkes’ headquarters. But that wasn’t all.
Here’s our preliminary accounting of all the goodies Brent Wilkes threw Dusty Foggo’s way, while he was a contracting officer at the CIA, all culled from the indictment:
August 3, 2003 – Wilkes paid for Foggo and family to join Wilkes and family on a vacation to Scotland – $12,000 in private jets, $4,000 in helicopter ride to a round of golf at Carnoustie, $44,000 for a stay at Pitcastle estate, which included trout fishing on hill lochs, salmon fishing on the River Tay, clay-pigeon shooting, archery, and a seven-person staff
December 27, 2003 – Foggo joined Wilkes on a vacation to the “Sullivan Estates” in Haleiwa, Hawaii, for which Wilkes paid approximately $32,000
January 28, 2004 – Wilkes treated Foggo to a dinner at the Capital Grille, for which Wilkes paid $1,195.96, of which Foggo’s pro-rata share was approximately $398.65
November 20, 2004 – Wilkes treated Foggo to a meal at the Serbian crown restaurant, for which Wilkes paid $773.65, of which Foggo’s pro rate share was approximately $257,88
November 20,2004 – Wilkes gave Foggo an Ellie Bleu cigar humidor, which Wilkes Subordinate X had purchased for $2,307.38 at Wilkes’ direction
November 21, 2004 – Wilkes treated Foggo to a meal at the Capital Grille in Tyson’s Corner, Virginia, for which Wilkes paid $712.15, of which Foggo’s pro rata share was approximately $237.38
November 22, 2004 – Wilkes treated Foggo to a meal at Ruth’s Chris Steak House in Fairfax, Virginia, for which Wilkes paid $902.33, of which Foggo’s pro rata share was approximately $225.58
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