Doonesbury by Garry Trudeau for February 26, 1980
Roland: They're calling it "Conscam." Several congressmen, posing as themselves, have broken what is thought to be the largest entrapment ring in FBI history. It all took place in this expensive brick Washington colonial. It was here that FBI agents repeatedly urged legislators to break the law against their will. The full scope of the ring's activity is still unknown, but the D.C. operation is thought to be only part of a massive, nation-wide scheme to discredit and smear prominent public officials. FBI motives were uncertain. Back after this.