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June 03, 2011

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A.J. Mensch

Haven't we wasted enough taxpayer money on inconsequential prosecutions - imagine what we could have done with the $44 million we spent on the witch hunt prosecution of Bill Clinton? Given the current economic times, why not be frugal in spending on prosecutions that have minimal impact on the common good.

Douglas

Public Integrity Section? At the Department of Justice? It sounds like a bad Saturday Night Live skit. Three of these prosecutors from this section are under criminal investigation. Why does it take this long to drag out the investigation into those miscreants who railroaded Senator Stevens?

Tell me, where do we go to start throwing DOJ prosecutors in jail? Who polices the police?

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