Investigator wants criminal charges in GSA event

Cites possibility that big spending included bribes; Official takes Fifth at hearing

WASHINGTON - The General Services Administration investigator who revealed a wild agency spending spree said Monday he is looking into possible bribery and kickbacks, and has already recommended criminal charges to the Justice Department.

Inspector General Brian Miller made clear that he is not done investigating GSA current and former officials, after his lengthy report April 2 on an October 2010 Las Vegas conference that cost taxpayers $823,000.

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