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December 22, 2008


Ken Meltzgoza

In order to effectively restore the reputation of the Department of Justice, there needs to be transparency of the decisions made in the Bush Justice Regime. It is clear that US Attorneys were fired for political reasons. The broader and more important question is what did the "loyal Bushies" do in the name of loyalty to Bush? That has to be answered before we can move forward and restore Justice's reputation.

Michael DeKort

Mr. Comey may have endorsed Mr. Holder as a strategic move. Lockheed is under investigation by the Justice Department and Mr. Comey is in the thick of it.

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