April 1, 2009

Charges Dropped Against Ted Stevens

The prosecution withheld exculpatory evidence from the defense.
...it appeared that the prosecutors who tried Mr. Stevens on ethics charges would themselves now face ethics charges.
Judge Sullivan recently ordered that some of the government lawyers involved be held in contempt of court, including the two top officials of the Justice Department’s public integrity division, the section that prosecutes official corruption.
I'd like to know these government lawyers' political backgrounds. The investigation of the government lawyers should pursue potential links to the Democratic Party's campaign apparatus. Fat chance, of course.

(Not that I'm a fan of porkmeister Ted Stevens.)

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