Letter to DoJ Office of Professional Responsibility

Clarice Feldman has mailed today (9/19/06) the following letter to the Department of Justice, Office of Professional Responsibility regarding the conduct of Patrick Fitzgerald, in the matter of the prosecution Lewis "Scooter" Libby. With her permission, we reproduce it in its entirety. H. Marshall Jarrett, Counsel Office of Professional Responsibility 950 Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W., Suite 3266 Washington, D.C. 20530 Re: Patrick Fitzgerald's handling of the Plame Case Dear Mr. Jarrett: I am writing to suggest that if one is not underway yet, it is long past due to undertake an investigation into the circumstances of the appointment of Patrick Fitzgerald and the way in which he has conducted this matter. As a general overview of the inappropriate way in which he handled this matter, I reference this article in the Weekly Standard. As to more specific references to inappropriate conduct not outlined there, I draw your attention to his statements in the press conference...(Read Full Article)

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