In the blame game over responsibility for the law enabling specialprosecutions into Whitewater, Iran-Contra and other scandals, Griffin B.Bell was “it” on Monday � but just briefly.

At a forum featuring former Attorneys General from the Nixon, Ford,Carter, Reagan and Bush administrations, a moderator called Bell “thefather of the Independent Counsel statute.”

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