One day after the DOJ acknowledged errors in its prosecution of three Detroit-area immigrants and asked a judge to dismiss its first big trial victory in the war on terror, government attorneys submitted their brief, word for word, in a case in Washington, D.C. That second submission -- a response to a whistleblower complaint by the terror case's prosecutor -- might just turn the DOJ apology from an act of principle to one of scapegoating. The document savages the prosecutor's work.
Whistleblower Case Raises New Issues for Terror Trial
The American Lawyer
October 11, 2004
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