Found In An Alley
In an inexplicable twist to the ongoing scandal at the District's Office of Tax Revenue, two of the agency's computer servers turned up in an alley behind a Ruby Tuesday's, the Post's Carol D. Leonnig and Dan Keating report. Local police retrieved the three-foot-tall computers from beside a trash compactor and initially turned them over to the city technology office. But after an inquiry from The Post, the police took them back and gave them to the Federal Bureau of Investigation to see if they contain evidence related to the scandal.
Employees in the agency have been accused of writing themselves millions of dollars in checks. A Post analysis of checks written by the agency under Chief Financial Officer Natwar Gandhi found that $44 million may have been stolen since 1989, and the criminal investigation is stretching back even further.
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