WASHINGTON (WUSA) -- A Congressional report out Monday finds Sulaimon Brown was never "directly promised" a city job in exchange for being an attack dog in Vincent Gray's mayoral campaign.
The report finds Brown did receive money from people with ties to the 2010 Gray campaign. But it found no concrete evidence to support Brown's allegations he was promised a job in exchange for attacking Vincent Gray's rival, then-Mayor Adrian Fenty. It did find there was "circumstantial" evidence to support that claim.
Mayor Gray has denied any knowledge of any of this.