Tuesday, May 8, 2007

Very Troubling

A very troubling post by the Atlantic's James Fallows on possible implications in the fired-US-attorneys case(s). While Tom Wales was killed just one month after September 11th, it is also hard to believe that his death is not more widely publicized nationally, or that the apprehension of his killer was/is not a higher priority.

For instance, the death of local prosecutor Paul R. McLaughlin in 1995 was well-publicized here in Boston. The ultimate conviction of a gang leader in the case was appealed to the SJC, and the conviction upheld.

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