Monthly Archives: June 2009

A Compromised DOJ probe of a Congressman: new story in the Hill

I have a new story this morning in the Hill: In the fall of 2006, one day after the Justice Department granted permission to a U.S. attorney to place a wiretap on a Republican congressman suspected of corruption, existence of … Continue reading

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Army Spc. Trevor Hogue should RIP; the rest of us shoud be unsettled…

From the Sacramento Bee:  On March 7, 2007, Army Spc. Trevor Hogue was inside his barracks in Baghdad, describing his morning on the battlefield. “I saw things today that I think will mess me up for life,” Hogue typed to … Continue reading

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