AP Story on GAO's NASA Travel Investigation is In Error

Report: NASA Wasted Millions on Own Planes, AP, Washington Post

"O'Keefe is not mentioned by name in the report; former and current senior NASA officials told the AP earlier this year he was being investigated personally for potential misuse of government planes and taking too many expensive getaways with his staff."

Editor's note: based upon information provided by individuals personally knowledgeable (in the extreme) about the GAO's investigation, this statement is simply not true. O'Keefe is not - nor has he been - "investigated" by GAO. Either AP's Marcia Dunn didn't research this story adequately - or the "former and current NASA officials" she cites have been lying to her - or do not know the facts.

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