Thursday, July 26, 2007

DOJ: We won't enforce a contempt citation, even if it passes the House.

The Justice Department sent a letter yesterday to the House Judiciary Committee that made the administration's position official: a U.S. attorney will not enforce a citation of contempt, should it pass the House.

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  1. I had a contempt citation pass my house the other day, and I didn't do anything to it either..

  2. Interesting isn't it? Convenient how the DOJ has to enforce rules passed by Congress. I suppose the legislative branch will decide this one.