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kpominville Donating Member (323 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri Jul-04-08 11:22 AM
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12. Feiger's prosecution was example of Partisan Justice Department
This all goes back to the partisan purge of the Justice Department scandal. The guy who originally charged Feiger is one of the "loyal Bushies" who got to keep their jobs because they would pursue partisan witchhunts.

Feiger may be a jerk (I don't know because I have never met him), but he is a high profile progressive and thus a target for partisan prosecutors looking to make a name for themselves in certain circles.

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