Sharon Eubanks, the former Justice Department lawyer who led the government’s massive racketeering case against the tobacco industry, has jumped back into the public eye.

Last month, Eubanks, who is writing a book about the case, began a public campaign to highlight what she says was a politicized decision by the Justice Department’s top brass to seek just $10 billion, rather than $130 billion, from Big Tobacco back in 2005.

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