Friday, 23 March 2007

Political Interference

Just in case you might have thought that politics doesn't enter the Department of Justice, Sharon Eubanks, lead prosecutor in the major lawsuit against the tobacco companies spoke out yesterday:

Eubanks said Congress should not limit its investigation to the dismissal of the U.S. attorneys.

"Political interference is happening at Justice across the department," she said. "When decisions are made now in the Bush attorney general's office, politics is the primary consideration. . . . The rule of law goes out the window."

Major contributors via the 'K' Street Project demanding their just rewards from the administration.

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