Connecticut residents who were among former Department of Justice employees demanding the resignation of U.S. Attorney General William Barr say morale has waned at the federal agency.

The Connecticut signatories were among more than 2,000 ex-Justice Department employees who signed a letter demanding Barr’s ouster over the sentencing of Roger Stone, a political consultant who worked on President Donald Trump’s election campaign. They left the DOJ before Barr headed the agency, but have maintained contact with former colleagues.

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