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June 24, 2011


Andy Patterson

Pat Oxendine was on the case for several years, and is still listed as counsel of record for the defendants. So, it is not correct to say that the "current" attorneys for the District did not discover these problems until this year, when Ms. Oxendine is a "current" attorney on the case, and was on the case throughout discovery.


The Office of the Attorney General does the best job it can to protect the interest of the citizens of the District of Columbia. They should be given credit for their continued hard work under the retrictions of budget contraints and lack of resources.

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