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Video: Fenty, Nickles Detail Alleged Computer Scam

D.C. Mayor Adrian Fenty and D.C. Attorney General Peter Nickles stood outside the Mount Horeb Baptist Church in Washington D.C. today to talk about how the church lost more than $62,000 in a computer scam that has affected dozens of churches in the D.C. area and more than 250 across the country.

-- Hamil Harris

By Mike McPhate  |  April 10, 2009; 3:16 PM ET
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Be not deceived churchgoers, This man Fenty is only manipulating you to get your vote. He works for the devil and is a snake in the grass. Do not take of the fruit.

Posted by: starclimber9 | April 10, 2009 8:38 PM | Report abuse

I too agree, don't be fooled. Fenty and Nickles are gonna go on a "we are the world" public relations campaign over the next few weeks. So do expect to see double the Fenty press conferences on much ado about nothing, a new street sign, kissing a baby or a senior citizen here and there, and/or a random ribbon cutton for a project that will never see completion. Fenty's already taken enough credit for projects that former Mayor Williams' administration gave life to.

Okie dokie, Fenty and Nickles you're saving "black" churches from fraud, where were you with the fraud of city funds in the office of technology or when you're boy Mo' was sending city property to a resort in the Dominican Republic in exchange for free hotel rooms for he and his homies???

You've pissed black voters off at the highest pissitivity so give it up, they ain't voting for ya. And now you're in THE WASHINGTON POST admitting that you kicked it with Mo' a former drug dealer and awarded Mo' and his crew millions of dollars in city grant me bruh, you've lost the white folks with that one too.

FYI, you have a huuuuuge leak in the bullpen, you should look to getting it fixed.

Posted by: bullpen2010 | April 12, 2009 7:07 AM | Report abuse

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