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February 21, 2012

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DarrenMcKinney

If this hyper-political DOJ's anti-business hacks can't bring cases that don't revolve around ginned-up stings and too-clever avoidance of the word "bribe," they should stop wasting tax dollars and go join a private sector plaintiffs firm wherein they can undermine America's economy and the rule of law on their own dime.

Darren McKinney
Washington, D.C.

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