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DOJ Lawyer Investigating AP Once Targeted Newt Gingrich

May 16, 2013

JamesCole, the Deputy Attorney General investigating the AP is well known to Democrats. From his official DOJ bio:

While in private practice in 1995, Mr. Cole was tapped to serve as Special Counsel to the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Standards of Official Conduct. In that role, he led an investigation into allegations that former House Speaker Newt Gingrich had improperly used tax-exempt money for partisan purposes and misled the Committee in its inquiry. His investigation led to a bipartisan resolution that was approved by an overwhelming majority of the full House, and resulted in a formal reprimand of Speaker Gingrich and a requirement that he pay penalties.

I wonder if the AP ever complained about Cole?s tactics in the Gingrich investigation?

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