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Rep. Bob Ney, an Ohio Republican, took more than enough gifts from lobbyists to get himself in trouble with the feds. But Ney, who is now serving a 30-month sentence in federal prison, still tried to cover up his own actions when the notorious lobbyist Jack Abramoff first came under public scrutiny in 2004. According to recently filed court documents, Ney told his then Chief of Staff Will Heaton that he would begin paying for meals and drinks with a credit card at Abramoff's restaurant Signatures "in an attempt to establish a paper trail that Ney paid for bills there"—despite the fact that Ney and Heaton had dined there free for years, government documents state.