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April 07, 2006



Ok, I'll try again -- I'm claiming the after-midnight rule about making sense...

The argument in the briefing says that they want the information about how the DOJ decided to proceed with the investigation in order to prepare for examination of DOJ witnesses that they may call at trial. Is this just a legal reasoning here -- we are entitled because of the one reason, and that's good enough, so we aren't going to get into any other uses for the information to the defense? Or are they indicating that they don't think that an illegitimate investigation from day one is grounds for a dismissal long before they ever get to a trial?

cathy :-)


New thread up -- moving my question there...

cathy :-)

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