Wednesday, April 8, 2009

Internal Ethics Unit Change at DOJ

We knew heads would roll with the aftermath of the Stevens debacle.

And today U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder took a first step to ending the Rove Republican Racket's grip on the U.S. Department of Justice.

The Washington Post reports: "Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr. is preparing to name a new person to lead the Justice Department's internal ethics unit, moving to put his stamp on a department reeling from the dismissal of criminal charges against former senator Ted Stevens and accusations of political motivation during the Bush years. "

Hope is on the horizon for those wrongly prosecuted for political reasons during the Rove-Bush Administration.

Read the full story here.