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That Was Then, This is Now -- II


With the indictment of the Democratic Governor and his purported interest in Mr. Rezko, I think Prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald is just about on the verge of losing his near mythic status among the Washington-New York media. He gained it when he once indicted a staff aide for the VP for supposedly not explaining adequately — or indeed doing so in illegal fashion — how he had supposedly leaked the covert status of a CIA agent, who was not covert, and if she had ever been covert, was already first exposed by someone else known at the outset to the investigation.


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