Wednesday, March 07, 2007

U.S. Attorney in Arkansas known for committing voting rights crime

In December of last year, George W. Bush chose Karl Rove's assistant, Timothy Griffin, to be the U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Arkansas. Greg Palast writes today that the House Judiciary Committee missed a major scandal when it omitted Griffin's appointment from its agenda yesterday: Griffin, according to reporters from the BBC, was behind the scheme to disenfranchise 70,000 citizens in Florida in 2004.

(Continue reading at MoJo Blog)


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