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Judge Finds DOJ and FBI Secrecy Arguments 'Wanting'


A former securities lawyer serving 23 years in jail for fraud won an early victory in his fight to obtain documents from the U.S. Department of Justice and the FBI about his case.

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    Excessive overreach and by Prosecutors needs to be controlled. Likewise they are allowed to walk away Scott free from any responsibility.The judge sits back while the District Attorney pulls the strings. This loop-hole is the number one problem in our justice system. It is the Prosecutors who should be held responsible. They are exploiting and are using this loop hole against everyone. There is very little to hold them in check, while most of the Boards who are supposed to oversee them are merely rubber stamping their actions.

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