Politics & Government

September 26, 2008 2:43 PM

'No paper trail' on Stevens' home, Veco bookkeeper told

Veco Corp.'s bookkeeper testified Friday that the company covered up the cost of renovations on Sen. Ted Stevens home in Alaska in its own internal books. Cheryl Boomershine testified that when she asked for an explanation of a $2,000 handwritten expense claim from the construction foreman, an attached note came back with the instructions that there should be no written records.

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