Wednesday, March 23, 2005
From Instapundit:

Kojo Annan, son of Kofi Annan, United Nations secretary-general, received at least $300,000 from Cotecna, a Swiss inspection company awarded a contract ultimately worth about $60m under the Iraqi oil-for-food contract.

The amount was almost double the sum previously disclosed, but payments were arranged in ways that obscured where the money came from or whom it went to.

It's as if they knew they were doing something wrong. . . .

And is there any reason to try to cover-up the source of the funds going to Kofi's son, unless they were actually pay-offs for actions that Kofi himself was going to take? It's not looking good for either Annan.
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