ABC's Brian Ross was the person who broke the story of Rep. Mark Foley. Tonight on ABC News, Ross gave a more indepth report, including the text of
September 28, 2006

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ABC's Brian Ross was the person who broke the story of Rep. Mark Foley. Tonight on ABC News, Ross gave a more indepth report, including the text of instant messages that Foley allegedly exchanged with these minors.

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MaF54: What are ya wearing?

Teen: Tshirt and shorts

MaF54: Love to slip them off of ya.

Ross goes on to say that the messages "become much graphic - too graphic to be broadcast" and gone on to describe internet sex.

Later on Ross says that one page said his "entire class was warned about Foley from people involved in the program". Now if warnings were issued, then why was action never taken? Sounds like the leadership in Congress really needs to be asked some serious questions about this.

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