Former ISS Executive Charged With Allegedly Expensing Sex Workers to NASA

A former executive at the International Space Station’s (ISS) national laboratory has been hit with federal charges for allegedly using government funds to pay sex workers, including escorts, and for falsifying tax returns. Advertisement Charles Resnick served as chief economist for the Center for the Advancement of Science in Space (CASIS), a Florida-based nonprofit that manages the ISS US National Laboratory.

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