A key figure in Mayor Vincent Gray's campaign is fully cooperating with prosecutors -- although it remains unclear if a plea agreement was stuck in exchange.
With federal scrutiny of Gray's 2010 campaign having increased, reports state that consultant Howard Brooks wore a wire for prosecutors and recorded at least one conversation.
Corruption within the campaign came to light after ousted D.C. government employee, Sulaimon Brown, went to the press alleging the campaign gave him money in exchange for his public rants against then-Mayor Adrian Fenty. Brown also said that less than a month after acquiring the high-paying job he was promised, he was fired.
Meanwhile, Gray has continued to assert that if there were any irregularities in his campaign they occurred without his knowledge.