Sinclair Skinner Testifies Again About D.C. Contract Work

April 29, 2010  |  

(Washington Post) — Businessman Sinclair Skinner, whose engineering company made about $900,000 last year for work on city parks and recreation centers, continued to demonstrate a poor recollection of his own business dealings in a second appearance Wednesday in a special D.C. Council probe into parks contracts.

Skinner, a friend and fraternity brother of Mayor Adrian M. Fenty’s (D), appeared to be unfamiliar with an organizational chart of Liberty Engineering and Design and could not confirm whether he was the “business development director” at the top of the document. “If it was business-related, non-technical, it was me,” said Skinner, who testified at an earlier hearing that he twice failed an exam to become a professional engineer.

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