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November 27, 2012

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Paul G

Kircher is so intellectually dishonest. He defends speech or debate at all costs to defend House members. And then he is here fighting for the Executive Branch to open the kimono. You can't have it both ways Kerry. I know for a fact you were in federal court fighting to keep documents away from public defenders/defense attorneys.

Scarcella - you should be pointing this out as the Legislative Branch can't argue out of both sides of its mouth.

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