It looks like best friends former CIA Executive Director Kyle "Dusty" Foggo and Brent Wilkes will be reunited--Foggo just pleaded guilty to an indictment of defrauding the U.S., "abusing his supervisory positions with the CIA in order to cause the CIA to hire companies and individuals with whom he had concealed his personal relationships." The Washington Post also provides good background on the story, listing favors Foggo received (my favorite is the cigar humidor--is it really a Washington scandal if there isn't a cigar involved?), and the fact that the plea comes three weeks after Foggo threatened to reveal the identities of agents and programs as part of his defense. Foggo's plea exposes him to a maximum penalty of 20 years, a $250,000 fine, and three years of supervised release.
-- Mandy Smithberger