FRAUD CASEBOOK Oil-for-Food Read the following articles or other related articles regarding the Oil-for-Food case and then answer the questions below: Sources: Windrem, Bob, “Korean Arrested on Oil-for-Food Scandal Charges,” NBC News and News Services, January 6, 2006. Lynch, Colum, “Former U.N. Oil-for-Food Chief Indicted,” The Washington Post, January 17, 2007. Lynch, Colum, “Park Sentenced to 5 Years in U.N. Oil-for-Food Bribery Scandal,” The Washington Post, February 23, 2007. Short Answer Questions 1.In what year was the oil-for-food program established? 2.How much money was devoted to the oil-for-food program? 3.How many persons associated with the oil-for-food program have been indicted? 4. When did the oil-for-food program end? 5.What event triggered the end of the oil-for-food program? 6.What was the name of the former U.N. Secretary General Boutros Boutros-Ghali’s brother-in-law who was indicted related to the oil-for-food scandal? Discussion Questions 1.What made monitoring the oil-for-food program so difficult? 2. Why has winning convictions related to oil-for-food been so difficult? 3.Describe the moral concerns associated with diverting money supposedly used to humanitarian needs to the pockets of a few individuals?