This time by the Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington ("CREW"). From the press release:
Washington, DC – Earlier today [June 28], Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington (CREW) released an ethics complaint against Rep. Charles Taylor (R-NC). CREW also sent copies of the complaint to the Department of Justice, Public Integrity Section and to the U.S. Attorney for the Western District of North Carolina. Last fall, CREW named Rep. Taylor one of the 13 most corrupt Members of Congress.
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Among other things, the complaint alleges that Rep. Taylor may have engaged in the crimes of conspiracy to commit bank fraud, bribery and honest services fraud. It also alleges that he violated numerous House ethics rules including: the prohibition on members from receiving anything of value from anyone seeking official action from the House, the prohibition on conduct not reflecting creditably on the House, and the prohibition on banned fiduciary relationships.
There's nothing here that a regular BlueNC reader won't recognize, but the complaint itself (PDF) makes for interesting reading. So what are the chances that this ever makes it to the House Ethics Committee?