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Emails Hint At White House Links To U.S. Atty Firings

I.G. Glenn A. Fine/doj photo

I.G. Glenn A. Fine/doj photo

The investigation into the firings of U.S. Attorneys is far from over and the White House could be more involved than first suspected. The only problem is: the White House has stonewalled and impeded the probe. Ultimately, will there be justice in Justice?

By Carrie Johnson
Washington Post Staff Writer
WASHINGTON — In 18 months of searching, Justice Department Inspector General Glenn A. Fine and Office of Professional Responsibility chief H. Marshall Jarrett have uncovered new e-mail messages hinting at heightened involvement of White House lawyers and political aides in the firings of nine federal prosecutors two years ago.
But they could not probe much deeper because key officials declined to be interviewed and a critical timeline drafted by the White House was so heavily redacted that it was “virtually worthless as an investigative tool,” the authorities said.

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