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Justice betrayed and belied

July 31, 2008

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THROUGH GOOD presidents and bad, the US Justice Department's career attorneys have done their best to uphold high, nonpartisan standards in enforcing the nation's laws. That fell apart under President Bush, according to a report this week by the department's own inspector general, Glenn Fine, and its Office of Professional Responsibility. (Full article: 410 words)

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