Kevin Koonce, allegedly “Staffer F” in documents related to the Abramoff case, worked for President Obama’s Secretary of Commerce-designate Judd Gregg, according to this report.
As part of the plea documents, prosecutors said Staffer F tried to help insert spending measures and add other amendments to legislation for Boulanger’s clients. In one case, Boulanger reached out to Staffer F to help preserve a $3.5 million earmark for Boulanger, according to the court documents. Later, the staffer asked Boulanger if he could “score some hockey tickets,” and Boulanger got him front-row seats.
Boulanger later got the staffer box tickets to see the Baltimore Orioles, but Staffer F wanted more.
“Could you make sure there’s beer this time,” he wrote in an e-mail. “(I) mean, the red sox, crab cakes, and fillet mignon’s were nice but … haha.”