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December 07, 2011

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Joseph M Zorc

The federal personnel involved in this persecution (intentional spelling) should be fired, if not now, then as soon as a new administration takes office. As a former federal official, and attorney responsible for many hundreds of court cases, I deem this case outrageous. The regulations or guidelines cannot play coy with key definitions, like prompt action, and then seek to tighten them on alleged violators. This fine should be re-assessed against the federal officials, personally. JMZ

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