A special prosecutor this morning released his 500-plus page examination of the collapse of the Ted Stevens public corruption case in Washington.
The report, which concluded prosecutors committed misconduct in the case against Stevens, the late Alaska senator, is here.
The investigator, Henry "Hank" Schuelke III, did not recommend criminal contempt charges against any of the Justice Department lawyers who served on the Stevens prosecution team. The Justice Department hasn't yet published its internal review of the case.
The BLT will provide updates throughout the day on the Stevens report and responses to it, including from Stevens' defense lawyers at Williams & Connolly and from members of Congress.