Two Arrested By FBI At Offices Of New White House CIO Vivek Kundra

Posted Mar 12, 2009

FBI agents have raided the offices of Vivek Kundra, a man that was elected to become President Obama’s chief information officer according to FOX News.  Kundra was preparing to leave the D.C. chief technology officer position to join Obama’s administration.  There is supposedly corruption in the office, but is not tied to Kundra.  Two arrests have been made.

The FBI has arrested government worker Yusuf Acar and Advanced Integrated Technologies Corp. employee Sushil Bansal.  Both of these individuals will be appearing in court today.  “It’s an ongoing law enforcement investigation,” stated FBI spokeswoman Lindsay Gotwin.

“Kundra will be fine. His aide will not,” stated a source at Wired.