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Walker's ethics come under fire

...know of Mr. Walker's connection to subcontractor CresTech, which is a division of Georgia Personnel Services...phones, telephone service and subcontractors such as CresTech. CresTech proposed getting paid $751,000, but a WorldCom...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2001/10/01/met_323002.shtml
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Where's the beef?

...commission then looked into the relationship Walker has with CresTech, a firm his son has a financial interest in. Whatever the...wasn't enough to go on for the commission. The case died. CresTech has had telephone contracts with a company that provides phone...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2002/03/15/edi_338952.shtml
Editorials
A question of ethics

...lawsuit and another ethics complaint. CresTech, a company that state records show Mr...Walker and WorldCom executives all say CresTech won the subcontract during bidding for...Mr. Walker should have disclosed the CresTech deal is due for an initial hearing in...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2002/01/06/met_331442.shtml
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Ethics Commission fines Walker

...the state Department of Corrections. CresTech, a company that Walker's son helped...officials, Walker and WorldCom all say CresTech won the subcontract bidding fairly and...see if prisoners were overcharged by CresTech. Walker has said he was unaware that...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2002/01/11/met_332326.shtml
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Burns holds early edge over Walker

...business practices became issues that the Burns campaign exploited in radio and TV ads. One ad accused Mr. Walker's company, CresTech, of charging Georgia prison inmates' families $10 a minute for long-distance phone calls. Mr. Walker responded last...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2002/11/06/met_356836.shtml
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Republican wins 12th District race

...business practices became issues that the Burns campaign exploited in radio and TV ads. One ad accused Mr. Walker's company, CresTech, of charging Georgia prison inmates' families $10 a minute for long-distance phone calls. Mr. Walker responded last...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2002/11/06/met_356865.shtml
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Inmates' families search for help

...MCI, has an exclusive, multimillion-dollar contract to provide telephone service to the state's 46,000 prisoners. CresTech, a company state Senate Majority Leader Charles Walker's son helped organize, is a subcontractor with the long-distance...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2002/01/31/met_335679.shtml
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Walker held job at state agency

...Mr. Walker was attending theology school and was involved with several other business ventures, including a company called CresTech, which won a piece of a multimillion-dollar contract with the Department of Corrections to supply telephone service to inmates...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2002/10/30/met_361353.shtml
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Senator must pay $8,500 to state for violations

...used to be known as MCI, received to provide telephone service to state prison inmates. A subcontractor on the project, CresTech, is a company that state records show Mr. Walker's son and Georgia Personnel helped organize. Mr. Lee said no date has...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2002/01/12/met_332518.shtml
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