NY Times Editorial Connecting the Dots in Ever-Growing DoJ Scandal

Brian Zick

The editors of the New York Times call attention to the Wisconsin case of the Democrat railroaded by the Bush-appointed U.S. Attorney, the pathetically weak case wherein Democrat Senator Robert Menendez was also pursued by a Bush-appointed federal prosecutor - both cases conveniently timed for Republican attack ads right before the election - the investigation into whether David Iglesias was fired illegally, and the resignations of three top administrators in the Minnesota United States attorney’s office. All of these examples only compound the suspicions about Bush administration motives which have already surfaced, and the editors argue that Karl Rove and Harriet Miers must be obliged to testify in public, on the record with a transcript.

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