The Usual Suspects (UN Shakedown)
A Quick Line-up of, as they used say, “The Usual Suspects”
Kofi Annan: The U.N. secretary-general is near the center of the Oil-for-Food investigation because of his role leading the world body
Benon Sevan: The former head of the Office of the Iraq Programme who was in charge of overseeing the Oil-for-Food program
Kojo Annan: The son of U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan, Kojo Annan used to work for the Swiss-based company, Cotecna, which is also at the center of the Oil-for-Food probe for its oversight of Iraq's humanitarian contracts.
Jacques Chirac: The president of France, was a staunch opponent of the U.S.-led war in Iraq. He is of interest to Oil-for-Food investigators because of suggestions that French businessmen and politicians with close ties to Chirac may have received bribes from Saddam
Now, why would anyone in the US have reason to question the UN?.