quasi in rem

Thursday, February 26, 2004

No Criminal Wrongdoing in Senate Judiciary Memo Case

Bill Pickle, Senate Seargent at Arms, will release a report on Monday stating that there was no criminal activity in the Senate Judiciary Committee memo affair. Because the files were stored on computer in an manner accessible by anyone with access to that computer, no untoward effort was necessary to access the files. Manuel Miranda, who was on the Senate Judiciary Committee and then moved to Senator Frist's personal staff, was suspended over the incident.

No word yet on the investigation into the leaks at the Sargent at Arms office which resulted in the early release of this report. Undoubtedly that will be the next topic of his investigation.

It was not me nor anyone I know.


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