A federal manhunt is still underway, after starting a week ago, for former Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan's ex-chief of staff. FBI and U.S. Marshals are both working on the search for fugitive Roy McGrath, which started two days after he was to appear in Federal Court in Florida, where he and his wife now have a home. Two days after former Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan’s ex-chief of staff failed to appear in court to stand trial on federal corruption charges. The FBI searched the home.
Tomorrow a tell-all book is to be published called Betrayed: The True Story of Roy McGrath, which says details how Hogan and his administration betrayed McGrath and, to quote the blurb found on Amazon.com., "Read about the real Larry Hogan's reckless behavior straight from the experiences of his top advisor, fueled by Hogan's delusional, ego-driven aspirations for the White House and his thirst for money. How Hogan's desperate ambitions led to dangerous lies, treasonous threats against the U.S. government, endangering lives by distributing secretly faulty COVID-19 test kits, destroying public records, and not hesitating to hang his friend, Roy, out to dry when the political headwinds became too strong."