Archive for the 'CREW v. DOJ' Category

fuller picture of Bush interference

Thursday, March 22nd, 2007

An article in today’s Washingon Post provides a fuller and more detailed picture of the Bush administration’s political interference in the trial. Sharon Eubanks, the leader of the Justice team, provides new details on what happened and who did what.
The evidence that the Bush administration political interference, via political appointee, Robert D. McCollum, had forced […]

Judge Allows Distribution of McCallum Deposition

Tuesday, October 17th, 2006

On Oct. 5, 2006, Citizens for Ethics for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington (CREW) won a major battle over the DOJ when Columbia District Court Judge Emmet G. Sullivan granted its request to distribute the videotape of CREW’s deposition of Associate Attorney General Robert McCallum, and denied DOJ’s request for emails that are in […]

DOJ to CREW: You’ve Got E-mails!

Wednesday, August 16th, 2006

On rare occasions, I did provide the White House with a status report on the case, generally through the White House Counsel’s Office. On those rare occasions, no one at the White House suggested any action or directed any action in the case but merely received information on the status of the case. No one […]

CREW v. DOJ on McCallum, Documents, FOIA Delay

Thursday, July 27th, 2006

With apparently very little of their allotted time (5 hours) for Depositions left, Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington today filed a reply motion in its quest to further depose Associate AG Robert D. McCallum.
Some of the issues here involve
–The DOJ’s seemingly tardy delay (7 months) in responding to CREW’s June 28, 2005 Freedom […]