Apparently, Crime Does Pay

We go after the tobacco industry on racketeering charges, get close to a final judgment, and then... completely scuttle the case.

Can anyone else say “payoff”? (Well, apparently the Post can; or at least they can imply it.) This is about as clear-cut a case of political corruption as has ever been witnessed — and to the tune of $120 billion dollars. Of course, given how ridiculously transparent the Justice Department’s excuse is, I wouldn’t be surprised if they were equally stupid in covering their tracks. Who knows? It might be as simple as taking a look at Associate Attorney General Robert D. McCallum Jr.’s bank account.

J’accuse, Monsieur McCallum.


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