By Amy Silverman
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When Toll died in an airplane crash in 1988, Fife Symington was drawing millions of dollars personally out of the Esplanade project in development fees.
Did the flush Symington pay his debt to the widow?
"This dropped through the cracks," said the governor.
Now the press tells us that perhaps Symington should resign because the indictment will distract the governor from his official duties.
No amount of media distortion or timidity can obscure a simple reality:
Fife Symington has the soul of a thief.