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- Whistleblower accuses consul general of trysts with subordinates and hookers
In the latest black eye for the scandal-ridden State Department, a whistleblower claims she was run out of the foreign service after complaining about a consul general’s alleged office trysts with subordinates and hookers. Kerry Howard says she was bullied, harassed and forced to resign after she exposed US...
June 16, 2013 - New York Post
- Dinner Party
Israeli Consul Gen. David Siegal and his wife Myra) were honored at a dinner in the Beverly Hills’ home of May and Richard Ziman (couple in foreground). Standing (from left): Brian and Maxine Weinstock; Lloyd & Phyllis Berkett; Arnon and Camille Adar; David and Myra Siegal; and Jeannine Sefton and Herb Nadel.
June 14, 2013 - Beverly Hills Courier
- New Mexican Consul Looking Forward To U.s. Immigration Decision
The new Mexican consul for Las Vegas said Tuesday that his office - and the Mexican government as a whole - will respect any decision that Congress makes as it pertains to immigration reform. And regardless of the outcome, he said, he is looking forward
June 12, 2013 - Las Vegas Review-Journal
- Dana Perino in San Francisco Chronicle
President Bush thanked our ambassador and our consul general for all the work they've done to help Americans affected by the terrorists,White House press secretary Dana Perino said.
- John Howard in International Herald Tribune
A refusal by Mr. Hicks to see the consul makes it more difficult for the consul-general to ascertain the veracity of some of the claims that are being made,Howard told reporters in Sydney.
- Beck in FOXNews
He was extremely cooperative on the trip over (from Saipan). There were no problems,Beck said. "He had visitors from the (Japanese) consul and met with his attorneys."