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Sunday, September 28, 2003


Dean Calls for WH Cooperation in Justice Probe

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September 28, 2003

Governor Dean Calls For White House Cooperation in Justice Probe
Says Ashcroft Must Allow Independent Investigation by IG

DES MOINES--Democratic presidential candidate Governor Howard Dean, M.D., issued the following statement today:

"Today's report in the Washington Post of alleged criminal wrongdoing by members of the White House staff is deeply troubling. The suggestion that the White House may have revealed the identity of an undercover CIA agent in retaliation against the woman's husband not only is highly disturbing and illegal, but may have grave national security implications.

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