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July 24, 2012

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Avon

This guy apparently holds the world record for cooperation with the government: more than 200 recorded meetings and 24,000 recorded telephone calls.

If that's not enough to warrant leniency, even if only for the sheer effort, what is?

Jim Farmer

I have never, in 36 years of practice, seen more incompetence, in a wide range of cases, in the Dept. of Justice. Is this an indictment of the incompetence of Atty Gen Eric Holder? And is this another example of choosing the wrong people by the amateur in the White House?

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