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This Ohlson Already Has His DOJ Job That would be Kevin Ohlson, a veteran Justice immigration executive and former prosecutor, who was named director of the DOJ’s Executive Office of Immigration Review last week. • Security Deposit: Fund-Raiser by Jones Day Creating Criticism Jones Day’s D.C. office will host a Sept. 18 homeland security-centered fund-raiser for presidential hopeful Sen. Hillary Clinton. The firm itself does not endorse political candidates, but a group of its attorneys are avid Clinton supporters. • Circuitous Pick? Wilkins in Mix for Attorney General Finding a nominee who is able and willing to head the tattered Justice Department after Attorney General Alberto Gonzales’ ignominious exit could be tricky, but plenty of potential candidates are being floated. Add former 4th Circuit Chief Judge William “Billy” Wilkins to the mix. • Covington’s Cover-Up: WikiScanner Shows Lots of Changes to Firm’s Wikipedia Page Concerning Halliburton On Covington & Burling’s Wikipedia page, several entries have been edited or deleted altogether, most notably info about the firm’s lobbying on behalf of Halliburton. • Cast Out: Church Goes to Court to Remove Pastor The historic Shiloh Baptist Church of Washington D.C. in the Shaw neighborhood has taken to the courts to give its preacher, Pastor Wallace Smith, the boot. • Open Sesame: ACLU Again Asks for Record Related to Wiretapping Program The American Civil Liberties Union again pleaded with the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court to hand over records discussing the scope of the domestic wiretapping program on Sept. 14.

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