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Chicago U.S. Atty Fitzgerald’s Office Accidentally Releases Names of Nearly 20 Confidential Witnesses in Fraud Probe

Well, in the midst of a rather busy period, the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Chicago apparently goofed. What more can you say?

By The Smoking Gun
In a remarkable screw-up, a Department of Justice official today accidentally distributed to the media a document containing the names of nearly 20 confidential witnesses interviewed during a federal probe targeting the operators of a fraudulent investment scheme.
In announcing felony charges against two men for their roles in an alleged $15 million Ponziesque swindle, the spokesman for Chicago U.S. Attorney Patrick Fitzgerald (he of Rod Blagojevich- and Scooter Libby-prosecuting fame) e-mailed reporters a 62-page U.S. District Court complaint filed against John Walsh and Charles Martin, principals of the now-defunct One World Capital Group.
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