Federal authorities have stymied his effort, leaving Rawlings to wonder why. Were agents ordered to steer clear of that money trail? And, if so, by whom? In short, was there a cover-up? "Harry Reid is presumed innocent and may actually be innocent," Rawlings said in a written statement, adding that a "real, vibrant grand jury investigation" could exonerate him. Even at the state level, though, Rawlings' push for funding for a grand jury also has stalled. Attorney General Sean Reyes' office has not turned over any funds for such an inquiry despite months of negotiations. Reid's spokeswoman did not return emails and a phone message seeking comment for this story. Previously, his office called any bribery allegations "unsubstantiated" and accused Rawlings of grandstanding to advance his political career. The FBI declined to answer specific questions but in a joint statement with the Utah Department of Public Safety, FBI spokeswoman Sandra Yi Barker said, "At no time has the FBI or DPS been asked to back off of an investigation of any public official." Origins Rawlings learned about the $2 million check from Jeremy Johnson. The disgraced St. George businessman, according to transcripts and recordings of investigative interviews, told the prosecutor the money came out of poker funds at now-defunct SunFirst, where Johnson and his partners were illegally processing payments for poker companies.
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