The Senate Indian Affairs Committee’s 357-page final report on its two-year investigation into the activities of former Republican lobbyist Jack Abramoff goes easy on few of the lobbyists, companies and other assorted characters in Abramoff’s orbit during the time he tried to bribe a congressman, bilked his Indian clients out of millions and set up sham charities and companies to disguise his actions.

But the one party close to Abramoff that escapes with few scratches is Greenberg Traurig, the Miami-based law and lobby firm that served as Abramoff’s base while he carried out the bulk of his misdeeds.

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