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Court: DOJ Failed to Justify Withholding DeLay Documents


The U.S. Department of Justice cannot categorically refuse to release documents about the FBI's investigation of former House Majority Leader Tom DeLay, a federal appeals court in Washington ruled Tuesday.

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  • Pancho

    Justice delayed is certainly justice denied.

    By dragging this process out for so many years, the public has certainly been kept unawares as to how the pre-Citizens United illegal campaign funding had such consequence. Now there are no restraints on influence peddling, thanks to the Koch stooges on the Supreme Court.

    I am glad to see that we will some of this info, though, however belated that might be.

    Thanks to CREW for its perserverance.

  • You may learn more about this important public corruption case by reviewing Exhibit 40 in the case USA v Abramoff heard in the DC District Court, Case 06cr001 (ESH) . This detailed, 110-page filing includes relevant lobbying disclosure documents that are no longer available via the Senate Office of Public Records website. The filing is available via PACER or via this link http://tinyurl.com/koyqg2. The latter document is a searchable PDF.

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