Nora Dannehy’s investigation of US Attorney firings has a funny smell

New questions raised about prosecutor who cleared Bush officials in U.S. Attorney firings
ASK THIS | July 25, 2010
By Andrew Kreig

Four days before Nora Dannehy was appointed to investigate the Bush administration’s U.S. attorney firing scandal, a team of lawyers she led was found to have illegally suppressed evidence in a major political corruption case. Andrew Kreig writes that this previously unreported fact calls her entire investigation into question as well as that of a similar investigation by her colleague John Durham of DOJ and CIA decision-making involving torture.


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