Wednesday, March 23, 2005
Via Instapundit, after denying for months that the U.N. (which essentially means U.S. taxpayers) was paying the legal fees for Benon Sevan - who was denounced by the U.N.'s own less than impartial investigative committee for his central role in the oil-for-food fraud - the U.N. yesterday admitted that in fact they have been paying his attorneys' fees. It appears the costs exceed $300,000 dollars....

The U.N.'s new motto should be: why play the lottery when you can work at the U.N.? What is really scary is that we are left to hope that Clinton will be named the next Secretary-General so he can clean up the organization - how bad does it have to be when Clinton can restore integrity to an institution?
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