Wednesday, March 21, 2007

Gap In The Emails

Looks like the White House is continuing to hide information and evidence about the prosecutor purge. From Mike Allen's Politico article:

In DOJ documents that were publicly posted by the House Judiciary Committee, there is a gap from mid-November to early December in e-mails and other memos, which was a critical period as the White House and Justice Department reviewed, then approved, which U.S. attorneys would be fired while also developing a political and communications strategy for countering any fallout from the firings.

Josh Marshall at Talking Points Memo wonders if the ghost of Rose Mary Woods helped with the 18 day gap of missing emails in the administration's latest document dump.

Sure looks like it.

Those three weeks, from November 15 to December 4, are key days in the purge. The calls to the fired prosecutors were originally supposed to start going out on November 15. For some reason, they didn't start going out until December 7.

What happened during that time period to delay the call? Why didn't the administration release the emails from those three weeks? Will anybody in the mainstream press besides Mike Allen even notice the missing three weeks?

So many questions, so few answers from the dissemblers in the administration.

No wonder they don't want Karl Rove or Harriet Miers to have to testify under oath or have a transcript made of informal "interviews" they may have with Congress.

They're hiding something.

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