Another DOJ Prosecutor Alleges Improper Interference
Let's not restrict the U.S. Attorney firing scandal to those who got fired. According to the Justice Department's lead prosecutor in the tobacco lawsuit,
Bush administration political appointees repeatedly ordered her to take steps that weakened the government's racketeering case.
Sharon Y. Eubanks said Bush loyalists in Attorney General Alberto R. Gonzales's office began micromanaging the team's strategy in the final weeks of the 2005 trial, to the detriment of the government's claim that the industry had conspired to lie to U.S. smokers.
The specifics of her allegations:
Below the Fold.
|< Feds Ship MA Immigrant Arrestees to TX | Fred Hiatt Still A Disgrace >|