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Influential Justice Department Official Steps Down Quietly After Less Than 3 Years on Job

Steve Neavling
ticklethewire.com 

Virginia Seitz, the leader of an influential Justice Department office that handles surveillance and security, quietly resigned from her job after less than three years on the job, NPR reports.

Seitz received Senate confirmation in 2011, taking over the unit responsible for the Justice Department’s Office of Legal Counsel.

Sources told NPR that Seitz was well-liked but the job was demanding, and she’s grieving from the loss of a close friend last year.

“Ms. Seitz served for 2 1/2 years in one of the most demanding jobs at the department and was deeply admired throughout the building. Her reasons for leaving were entirely personal, and we respected that,” said Justice Department spokesman Brian Fallon.


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