Feds Serve Subpoenas to Visclosky Offices, Aides

May 29, 2009

Federal investigators have subpoenaed the offices of Rep. Peter Visclosky, D-Ind., as part of a continuing probe of the PMA Group, a defense lobbying firm that was disbanded early this year after its Virginia headquarters was raided by the FBI in November.

Law enforcement officials are seeking documents from Visclosky’s campaign committees and congressional offices. They have also subpoenaed some members of the Indiana lawmaker’s staff, according to a statement issued by Visclosky today.

Visclosky pledged in his statement to cooperate with federal investigators.

“I am confident that, at the end of this process, no one will conclude that I have done anything wrong or harmed my constituents in any way,” he said.

Read more: (Carrie Dann, “Feds Serve Subpoenas to Visclosky Offices, Aides,” CongressDaily PM, 5/29/09)