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Foley Probe Ends With No Charges

POSTED: 03:22 PM ET, 09/19/2008 by Derek Kravitz

After a two-year investigation that began with the discovery of graphic messages between former U.S. Rep. Mark Foley (R-Fla.) and underage Capitol Hill aides, federal and state investigators have decided not to pursue criminal charges against the ex-congressman, The Associated Press and ABC News report.

The decision not to charge Foley, a former six-term GOP congressman, appears to end a saga that began when ABC News reported in September 2006 that aides had received explicit messages from Foley containing references to sexual acts and body parts.

Foley resigned a day after ABC went public with the story and checked himself into an alcohol-treatment facility in Arizona, saying he was an alcoholic and the victim of childhood molestation by a clergyman. (A priest now living in Malta admitted to sexual encounters with Foley).

The story shook Capitol Hill and may have played a role in the outcome of the fall 2006 elections, when voters gave Democrats control of Congress.

Former House Speaker J. Dennis Hastert (R-Ill.) was caught up in the scandal after several former aides and Foley staffers claimed Hastert and his staff were warned about Foley's behavior before it became public. Hastert later announced he would not run for re-election.

Foley, a former restaurant owner and real estate agent, admitted to sending the sexually explicit mesages to the pages, high school students who run errands for lawmakers and learn about Congress while attending classes at a congressional school. But he denied ever having any sexual contact with the pages. Reports of a drunken incident outside a page dormitory were unsubstantiated.

Months later, during his father's funeral, Foley sobbed as he recounted how he had disappointed his family. The House ethics committee concluded that Hastert and his top staff probably knew for months, if not years, of Foley's inappropriate contact with former House pages but did nothing to protect them.

An unidentified source told The Post's Mary Ann Akers and Paul Kane last year that Foley was hinting at a comeback in some form after the criminal investigation was completed.

By Derek Kravitz |  September 19, 2008; 3:22 PM ET
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No surprise here. Further investigation would pull in more politicians and embarrass those on both sides of the aisle. Congress takes care of its own -- too much under those rocks.

Posted by: Diogenes | September 19, 2008 4:13 PM

No shock, cover up another scandal Bushies

Posted by: luther | September 19, 2008 4:18 PM

The Foley Scandal will make a great read: a real page turner.

Posted by: Jobo | September 19, 2008 4:27 PM

Am i surprise? not really; this is politics at its worst, sorry have anyone ever seen it at its best

Posted by: Gordon | September 19, 2008 4:28 PM

Why is it that virtually all the sex scandals with Republicans involve same sex cases whereas the limited Democrat sex scandals are heterosexual (not to condone either one)?

Posted by: Randall Stoen | September 19, 2008 4:29 PM

"both sides of the aisle"? The Repubs were in control of the House and were doing all the cover-ups for Foley. If you have any facts about Dems covering up for Foley, let the MSM know.

Posted by: SPENCER | September 19, 2008 4:29 PM

Libs don't care about lib scandals becuase they want to legalise everything scandalous

Posted by: you | September 19, 2008 4:32 PM

So the message here, all you pedophile Christian extremist Republicans, is have at! Go ahead! Don't let the laws of this nation stop you from doing what you've been doing. Open up them High Schools and "pork away," as they call it in the White House.

People, we really are all on our own now. This fascist State has abdicated their charters and the safety, health, and protection of the American people are in our own hands now.

Posted by: Anonymous | September 19, 2008 4:34 PM

Luther = another Clinton crybaby...

Posted by: Al Gore | September 19, 2008 4:35 PM

Another NEO-CON-inside-the-beltway-hypocrite-pervert

...LET OFF OF THE HOOK by his would-be criminal compatriots!

SWEEP THE NEO-CON GOP SCUM HYPOCRITES, AND BATHROOM PERVERTS FROM OFFICE IN NOVEMBER!

Hose out the manuer stalls in Washington and vote OBAMA!

Posted by: JBE | September 19, 2008 4:39 PM

How typical, any non Government Republican would have gone to jail for at least 5 years and been listed as sex offender level 2 for twenty years and not be allowed to live where Foley lives. He brought in the most draconian sex offender legislation while breaking his own laws and gets protected by Bush who needs his party to win this election. So much for the joke of a democracy...

Posted by: Another Victim | September 19, 2008 4:39 PM

This is what happens when society makes people go underground.

When a human being has to deny who they are, all sorts of dysfunctional crap happens..........I don't think he's a bad person, just messed up, big time.

Now, those twisted repukes who go after children, and wear diapers(Google Republicon sex scandals) they are the PERVERTS.

OH, and Spencer, you have proven by point....thanks, pal.

Power to the Peaceful~ Obama~Biden

Posted by: values voter | September 19, 2008 4:39 PM

I bet Mr. Foley enjoyed being probed and is probably unhappy that the probing is over. Where will he get his kicks now?

Did he get his pedophilia and homosexuality "cured" while he was at the mental facility where he went to hide immediately after being outed, or is he still in deep denial?

"Hinting at a comeback"? Oh, gawd, lock up the children!

Posted by: Edie Calhoun | September 19, 2008 4:46 PM

What? You didn't see this coming?
No surprise that a Republican can get away with anything these days!!!

Obama/Biden '08

Posted by: nomorelies | September 19, 2008 4:54 PM


Have you noticed
That people are still having sex
All the denouncement
And absolutely no effect

Parents and councilors
Constantly scorn them
But people are still having sex
And nothing seems to stop them

Posted by: Dennis Hastert | September 19, 2008 5:00 PM

The reason that the Republican right-wing talks about sex so much is they can't stop thinking about it. Lets see:

Foley
Gingrich
Craig
Helms

Who am I forgetting?
I don't mind what they do with other consenting adults, but can a 19 y.o. former page say no to his very best reference? If they are being pressured, then it isn't consent.

But to blame it on alcohol? That is an insult to 99% of alcoholics.

Posted by: cyberfool | September 19, 2008 5:02 PM

I wonder if NC-10 Rep. Patrick McHenry (known homo) will get caught up in all this. Probably not, since the leadership uses him for their errand boy and wouldn't want to lose him.

Posted by: GOP against McHenry | September 19, 2008 5:06 PM

Come on people leave Foley alone. Remember he had problems and had to be rehabilitated (hide away) for 2 years. Now that he is a cured pedophile he will not have to register with the police. Also he is not your run of the mill pedophile, he is a congressional pedophile. I wonder who his neighbors are and how far does he live from a school. He will be able to buy a lot of candy; with his congressional pension; now that he is retired.

Posted by: Ogel | September 19, 2008 5:10 PM

Wow - what intelligent, thought-provoking commentary from the peanut gallery. What a joke these comments are.

Posted by: Amused | September 19, 2008 5:12 PM

So Foley actually admits to "sending the sexually explicit mesages to the pages, high school students", but no charges because he didn't actually have sex?

Is that what happens after the cameras stop running on "To Catch a Preditor"? I thought knowingly sending sexually explicit text and pictures to a minor was against the law?

If there is a lawyer or police officer, please enlighten me.

Posted by: Heather | September 19, 2008 5:25 PM

cyberfool - All Foley did was e-mail former pages while gay, unlike the late Mass. Dem. Gary Studds, who plied a serving under-age page with alcohol, had sex with him in DC, and even took him along on an official business trip to Europe for sexual relations there.

Besides Studds, your list is incomplete without John, Bobby, and Ted Kennedy, Bill Clinton, Gary Hart, Eliot Spitzer, Jim McGreevey, Henry Cisneros, Gary Condit, Barney Frank, John Edwards, Gavin Newsome, Mel Reynolds, Wayne Hays, John Young, Fred Richmond, Brock Adams, Gus Savage...

To name just a few.

Posted by: Major Mike | September 19, 2008 5:27 PM

Now, liberals, you should really watch out for your own glass houses if you want to start throwing stones. Here's a little info I was able to find by doing a Google for 'democrat sex scandal'.

10. Sen. Daniel Inouye. The 82-year-old Hawaii Democrat was accused in the 1990s by numerous women of sexual harassment. Democrats cast doubt on the allegations and the Senate Ethics Committee dropped its investigation.

9. Former Rep. Gus Savage. The Illinois Democrat was accused of fondling a Peace Corps volunteer in 1989 while on a trip to Africa. The House Ethics Committee decided against disciplinary action in 1990.

8. Rep. Barney Frank. The outspoken Massachusetts Democrat hired a male prostitute who ran a prostitution service from Frank’s residence in the 1980s. Only two Democrats in the House of Representatives voted to censure him in 1990.

7. Former Sen. Brock Adams. The late Washington Democrat was forced to stop campaigning after numerous accusations of drugging, assault and rape, the first surfacing in 1988.

6. Former Rep. Fred Richmond. This New York Democrat was arrested in 1978 for soliciting sex from a 16-year-old. He remained in Congress and won re-election—before eventually resigning in 1982 after pleading guilty to tax evasion and drug possession.

5. Former Rep. John Young. The late Texas Democrat increased the salary of a staffer after she gave in to his sexual advances. The congressman won re-election in 1976 but lost two years later.

4. Former Rep. Wayne Hays. The late Ohio Democrat hired an unqualified secretary reportedly for sexual acts. Although he resigned from Congress, the Democratic House leadership stalled in removing him from the Administration Committee in 1976.

3. Former Rep. Gerry Studds. He was censured for sexual relationship with underage male page in 1983. Massachusetts voters returned him to office for six more terms.

2. Former Rep. Mel Reynolds. The Illinois Democrat was convicted of 12 counts of sexual assault with a 16-year-old. President Bill Clinton pardoned him before leaving office.

1. Sen. Teddy Kennedy. The liberal Massachusetts senator testified in defense of nephew accused of rape, invoking his family history to win over the jury in 1991.

Now, your party has been lucky not to have been caught in the recent past, but the dems are nowhere near innocent in all this.

And why would Bush be willing to put himself, or the Republican party anywhere near this guy? The democrats are the majority in both houses of Congress right now. They're the ones you should be blaming for charges not being filed.

Some of you should really put some thought in these posts before you let the public read them.

Posted by: Steve | September 19, 2008 5:31 PM

Foley is the post child for Republicans in government. Preach one way live another. When accused, deny, deny. When caught resign. Benefit for Administrations unwillingness to prosecute yet another Repugnicant Hang out a few years. Hammer the "Liberals" and run for office again or try to score and appointment to remain in government.

Repugnicants are a fraud but they are really good at getting elected.


Posted by: DougH1 | September 19, 2008 5:37 PM

Come to think about it: That man in Alaska who seduced and impregnated the teenage daughter of Ms. Palin on the national sex offender register and in jail for statutory rape?? Hummm?

Posted by: Bob | September 19, 2008 5:38 PM

I don't think anyone really believes that the only corrupt politicians are Republican/conservative - am I right?

Posted by: nobody important | September 19, 2008 5:41 PM

Just like Republicans.."Screw" the people you are supposed to represent. Since Bush has been in office there has been a wide range of scandal in the republican party. Here's the campaign slogan they should use:

Do Nothing Bush and much of the same McCain!!

Posted by: Tim dizzle | September 19, 2008 5:43 PM

Luther = afraid to go into the minnesota airport bathroom after larry craig and afraid to send his kids to washington to work for congress after foley!

Hypocrisy runs rampant among the bushie faithful!

Posted by: luther | September 19, 2008 5:47 PM

Maybe I was wrong - too bad.

You know, I think it is silly and irresponsible for Foley to even whimsically think of returning to politics - and that doesn't make me a Democrat.

Also, I think Clinton got off easy on the Lewinski affair - but that doesn't necessarily make me a Republican.

Posted by: nobody important | September 19, 2008 5:55 PM

Comeback? C'mon. No.

Foley hurt the Republican party. He'd probably have to run as a Democrat, a party that would no doubt welcome him with open arms.

Posted by: Scott S. | September 19, 2008 5:58 PM

Awesome. Glad he was cleared.

http://www.FastArizona.com/McCain.html

Posted by: Anonymous | September 19, 2008 6:14 PM

This conversation all started with a Washington Post article about the abhorrent behavior of former Republican congressman Foley and also about him possibly planning some sort of comeback.

A lot of venom and bile I must say - talking politics can make one testy.

I know nothing of the Washington Post or any other major news source. I imagine some are slanted a little to the conservative side and some to the liberal side. Is the Washington Post tilted one way or the other? Just wondering.

Posted by: nobody important | September 19, 2008 6:19 PM

Sure is quiet - all I hear is some crickets, a coyote howl in the distance, and nothing else - anybody out there?

Oh, I think I just heard an owl.

Posted by: nobody important | September 19, 2008 6:26 PM

Hey DougH1, when you say deny, deny, deny do you mean you should say " I did not have sexual relations with that woman." except that was under oath...(perjury). I guess all the liberal women (and men)who still support Clinton would have spared the blue dress and swallowed.

Posted by: fradub | September 19, 2008 6:27 PM

So good to know that justice has been done in order to protect our children in the United States of America. It is so nice to know that sexual molester priests can get off the hook as easily as our United States Representatives. America has a lot to be proud of. So much to be proud of. The greatest law system in the world, so I am told. This story makes me want to puke.

Posted by: Sienna Reid | September 19, 2008 6:33 PM

Let's be honest here. My party; The Democratic Party, has had far more sex
scandals than the Republican party.
Remember when both Barney Frank
and Gerry Studds each got caught
having sex with underage page boys?
Neither one of them got punished.
When it comes to having sex with kids,
the Dems are right up there with the GOP.

Posted by: Tom Colton | September 19, 2008 6:37 PM

Oh it's not just the Congress &/or Politicians. Someone should look into the Navy as well...They've been hiding deviants & pedophiles for years. A few reporters are just getting wind of it now.

Picture this: a mother's two young daughters come to her one night & tell her that both Daddy & their barely teen (13) half-brother have been molesting them. Dear ole Dad has been teaching his "son", who was vulnerable because real Dad rejected him in favor of his new family he started with his affair person.

Mom, rightly so, goes nuts. Understands her husband has groomed her son, put holds son responsible, son goes to Juvie & starts getting counseling, etc. Meanwhile Father-of-the-Year is Navy & on a ship. The local authorities in Norfolk, VA can't do anything until the ship lands. Croney ship captain believes Navy pedophile dad & is overdue, floats around at sea forumulating a plan...now JAG & other intel are involved, as well as locals and Congressionals. No one can do anything while they are out to sea. Husband plays this off as divorce blackmail by wife (although no one's filed yet) & he stops direct pay of his paycheck to his family in control & retaliation. Last we heard the captain landed the boat in New Jersey where locals & state don't have jurisdiction. Go Navy, yeah right.

People like these need to be held accountable, in spite of their past. I'm female, was repeatedly sexual molested by my mother & abused by my father. What I didn't do was turn around and repeat it with my children. Even people with low IQ's know better!

Posted by: Ann Onymous | September 19, 2008 6:41 PM

Wow, what a surprise.

Posted by: James | September 19, 2008 6:48 PM

Everyone gets a parachute except the middle class. The average Joe gets nailed to the wall but CEOs get multimillion dollar severance packages, lawmakers get investigated by their own who drag their feet until everyone loses interest and get off scott free and money managers lose billions of dollars and get a bailout.

Foley should be on the sex offenders list and should be barred from living within 5 miles of a school or anywhere that children (especially male children) congregate.

Yet the republicans have the audacity to try to say that Obama was trying to teach sex ed to kindergartners.

I love the freaking hypocrisy!

Posted by: Sparky | September 19, 2008 6:54 PM

Another "connected" sicko gets off the hook. What baffles me is how these people are able to rationalize their behavior and convince anyone with an IQ over 90 that it's OK.

Posted by: Johann Wagener | September 19, 2008 7:10 PM

Another 'high and mighty" Republican off the hook. Real family values.

Posted by: Karolyn | September 19, 2008 7:13 PM

It's never been about the sex, despicable as it is. It's about claiming that your Political Party has a lock on Morality. It's about wrapping yourself in a cloak of righteousness. Of course D's and R's both do nasty things. Only R's make it a political issue to distract from their failed policies.

Standard republican ploy to deny access to emails. Bush/Cheney, Palin, Foley. Stonewall 'em. Waddya gonna do about it?

Posted by: thebob.bob | September 19, 2008 7:19 PM

Mr. Foley lends new meaning to Mr. Bush's "no child left behind". I hope he does run again. It would be very interesting to see how they would spin his story. They will most likely blame the pages for enticing Foley. Maybe they’ll send the pages to jail. Well at least all the pedophiles in Florida now have precedent for not turning over their computers.

Posted by: Ogel | September 19, 2008 7:30 PM

So, there were no laws broken.

This "scandal" looks to have been politically motivated to embarrass the Congressman and force his resignation.

Posted by: Danaidh | September 19, 2008 7:41 PM

Sen. Daniel Inouye. The 82-year-old Hawaii Democrat was accused in the 1990s by numerous women of sexual harassment. Democrats cast doubt on the allegations and the Senate Ethics Committee dropped its investigation.

Former Rep. Gus Savage. The Illinois Democrat was accused of fondling a Peace Corps volunteer in 1989 while on a trip to Africa. The House Ethics Committee decided against disciplinary action in 1990.

Rep. Barney Frank. The outspoken Massachusetts Democrat hired a male prostitute who ran a prostitution service from Frank’s residence in the 1980s. Only two Democrats in the House of Representatives voted to censure him in 1990.

Former Sen. Brock Adams. The late Washington Democrat was forced to stop campaigning after numerous accusations of drugging, assault and rape, the first surfacing in 1988.

Former Rep. Fred Richmond. This New York Democrat was arrested in 1978 for soliciting sex from a 16-year-old. He remained in Congress and won re-election—before eventually resigning in 1982 after pleading guilty to tax evasion and drug possession.

Former Rep. John Young. The late Texas Democrat increased the salary of a staffer after she gave in to his sexual advances. The congressman won re-election in 1976 but lost two years later.

Former Rep. Wayne Hays. The late Ohio Democrat hired an unqualified secretary reportedly for sexual acts. Although he resigned from Congress, the Democratic House leadership stalled in removing him from the Administration Committee in 1976.

Former Rep. Gerry Studds. He was censured for sexual relationship with underage male page in 1983. Massachusetts voters returned him to office for six more terms.

Former Rep. Mel Reynolds. The Illinois Democrat was convicted of 12 counts of sexual assault with a 16-year-old. President Bill Clinton pardoned him before leaving office.

Sen. Teddy Kennedy. The liberal Massachusetts senator testified in defense of nephew accused of rape, invoking his family history to win over the jury in 1991.

Yup, i can suuuurrreee see, how this is just a problem with just the republican side of the isle.
No wonder the new reporters are so incredibly biased, tehy are after all just catering to the lackwits on both sides who cant admit the simple truth.

Posted by: center | September 19, 2008 7:45 PM

Proves there is a class system in American. And as for those of you pointing at the Republicans, do you really think there is a differance? If so, that is why they are successful.

Posted by: nemo | September 19, 2008 7:50 PM

Foley's attorney, David Roth, has acknowledged that Foley sent the messages to the teenagers...

So sending sexual text messages to teenagers is not a crime? How can this be?

Where is the accountability?

Posted by: FreeTradeIsNotFree | September 19, 2008 7:53 PM

Took them long enough to cover up all the lose ends and now that it is election time, and the public confidence in the Congress an all time low, nothing else can be expected. The SOB one of their own did nothing wrong is what the SOBs are saying. All this old Foley does his menacing some place else and living on his Congressional Pension and doing the usual lobbying on the side to enrich himself and his like minded conservative republicans.

Posted by: winemaster2 | September 19, 2008 7:53 PM

Enron economics with a Scooter Libby Justice System...the Bush legacy.

Posted by: swampsterman | September 19, 2008 8:38 PM

The democrats have had scandals, but they don't put themselves on a moral pedestal like Foley did. They don't get in everyone's face screaming what monsters so and so are while leading the very life they rant about. And then the retards tried to blame the dems - as always. How many times have I heard, "Oh, it's ok for us to do it because Democrats did this or that." Dems can admit they screw up, retards can only blame everyone else with fanatical outrage like that of radical Muslims.

Then there's rootin tootin Newton with his contract on America. Newt tries to impeach Clinton for having an affair while, at the very same time, Newt is rootin in his own bimbo. dems just can't keep up with such slime.

Republican, thy name is hypocrisy! Thy soul is of the inquisition; you are only happy when you're water-boarding someone. You are only at peace when someone else is lacking what you have hoarded.

For thirty years you have shoved everyone's faces in "Less Regulation, Less Government". Kill unions. Screw the workers. Put greed on a pedestal. At every turn, you stripped the firewall set up in the 30s to protect the economy from the exact same catastrophe that has just occurred. And now, you blame the Democrats. What foul disease brought you here?

Posted by: hmm | September 19, 2008 8:48 PM

And what does John McCain have to say about all this?

Posted by: ben | September 20, 2008 12:33 AM

With guys Foley & Sen. Craig (the one who plead guilty to soliciting gay sex in a public restroom), why do people think of Republicans as the "moral" party, anyhow?

Posted by: Joe | September 20, 2008 1:24 AM

vote McCain and Palin .Experience and character .They will run the scum out of Washington. Like this and the Clintons. Obama the community organizer ,what a joke !

Posted by: Hillary | September 20, 2008 6:33 AM

Wonder if this means Rep. Schrock will be staging a comeback? ROFL...he slipped away so quietly that even I forgot about him.
Two-term republican congressman, 92% approval rating from the Christian Coalition. Cosponsor of the Federal Marriage Amendment, consistently opposed gay rights. Married, with wife and kids. Withdrew his candidacy for a third term after tapes of him soliciting for gay sex were circulated.

Posted by: GG | September 20, 2008 7:13 AM

From other AP reports I've read, the reason the state charges in FLA were dropped was 'cause it couldn't be proved the offensive messages were sent FROM FLORIDA.

One other tidbit the brief Post article skips, also from the AP:

"Florida authorities were hampered in their investigation because neither Foley nor the House would let investigators examine his congressional computers. In a letter to the [Fla. Dept of Law Enforcement] obtained by The Associated Press, House Deputy General Counsel Kerry Kircher wrote that because the data "may contain legislative information that is constitutionally privileged ... and because Mr. Foley has not waived that privilege ... we cannot simply give you access.""
//
"Foley himself was the only person who could release the computers for review, but he had refused. It was not immediately clear what information from the computers investigators had been able to review — if any — before finishing their investigation."

Cover-up? What cover-up?

So, let's see - re the references above to the "To Catch a Predator" series, I guess the lesson learned is... make sure you send your lewd messages to minors from computers you can't be forced to release?

Which begs the question - what about the minors' computers? There was no way to see where messages they received originated?

So Foley gets off (so to speak) - publicly by hiding behind his boyhood-abuse allegations, and legally by abusing Congressional privilege. Now THERE'S character, responsibility and strong family values.

He'll be back, I'm sure. 2010 too soon? Probably work has begun on his I've Been Purified By Rehab And Religion campaign.

Posted by: Mr. French | September 20, 2008 8:32 AM

Florida prosecute a Republican? Never...

Justice for all is a sham in that state.

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Posted by: Health&Care Mall | September 20, 2008 10:57 PM

Where are the headlines?

Florida Republicans refuse to prosecute sexual predator.

Republican Congressman refuses to cooperate in investigation.

Why do Republicans embrace sexual harasser?

The Cheney Doctrine.
Stonewall, refuse to give anything, never testify under oath, accuse all critics of politicizing the investigations. Tell em to screw off! Waddya gonna do about it?? and

Posted by: thebobbob | September 21, 2008 1:05 AM

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