The Justice Department’s recently departed top environmental prosecutor and a former high-level Interior Department official who has become a target in a DOJ public-corruption probe failed to properly report a number of expensive gifts they exchanged in 2003 and 2004.

Financial disclosure documents filed in December with the Interior and Justice departments have shed new light on the romantic relationship between former Assistant Attorney General Sue Ellen Wooldridge and J. Steven Griles, an energy lobbyist who previously served as deputy secretary of Interior.

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