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Kwame R. Brown 
Letter about Children and Youth Investment Trust Corporation
January 26, 2012

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COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
KWAME R. BROWN, CHAIRMAN
1350 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE, NW
WASHINGTON, D.C. 20004
(202) 724-8032

January 26, 2012

Dear Colleagues:

As you know, multiple law-enforcement authorities are currently investigating the past practices of the Chrildren's Youth and Investment Trust Corporation ("Trust"). Although there are no active Council investigations, several members of the Council have made inquiries into the Trust's past practices. In the ordinary course, such inquires are a normal part of Council oversight.

However, I have received a request from law-enforcement authorities to formally advise members of the Council to limit all inquiries into the Trust to general questions about process, procedures, and operations, and to avoid requests for information about specific past transactions until at least May 1, 2012.

Unfortunately, I am not at liberty to divulge any further information at this time. I look forward to your cooperation with this matter.

Regards,

Kwame R. Brown
Chairman

Dear Colleagues:

As you know, multiple law-enforcement authorities are currently investigating the past practices of the Children's Youth and Investment Trust Corporation [sic] ("Trust"). Although there are no active Council investigations, several members of the Council have made inquiries into the Trust's past practices. In the ordinary course, such inquiries are a normal part of Council oversight.

However, I have received a request from law-enforcement authorities to formally advise members of the Council to limit all inquiries into the Trust to general questions about process, procedures, and operations,

Regards,

Kwame R. Brown
Chairman

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