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A.G. Holder Won’t Prosecute Ex-Bush Official on Perjury Allegations

It sounded like perjury. But Holder has spoken.

By Evan Perez
Wall Street Journal
Bradley Schlozman

Bradley Schlozman

WASHINGTON — Attorney General Eric Holder says he won’t overturn prosecutors’ decision declining to prosecute a former Bush administration Justice official investigated for possible perjury during the investigation of the 2006 U.S. attorney firings.

Bradley Schlozman, a former lawyer in the Justice civil rights division, once testified at a 2007 congressional hearing that he had boasted to colleagues about how many Republicans he had managed to hire at the department.

He was investigated over comments he made at the hearing that he later retracted, claiming that he had been directed by superiors to bring vote-fraud charges against voter-registration workers with the left-leaning group, ACORN.

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