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Corruption And Contracts


October 30, 2017

The contract signed by the Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority (PREPA) with Whitefish Energy in Montana to rebuild the power grid in Puerto Rico had nearly every component of corruption.

Whitefish Energy is a two-person business that has been in existence for just two years. Prior to the $300 million contract it was awarded to rebuild Puerto Rico’s devastated power grid, its largest government contract was to fix 4.8 miles of one power line for $1.3 million. It’s only other government contract, according to Kevin Williamson of the National Review “was replacing a pole.” Any reason...

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