From Sky News: Story is here. Well, he has a point when the Secretary-General's own son was involved in similar tales of brown envelopes and creative accounting. That said, Sevan has become a byword for a particular kind of corruption in the UN - an organisation hardly lily-white when it comes to investigating or policing itself. It simply isn't good enough to imply that because some people got food, everything else is excusable. In this instance, ends do not justify means.