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Author Iglesias, David, 1958-

Title In justice : inside the scandal that rocked the Bush administration / David Iglesias ; with Davin Seay.

Published Hoboken, NJ : John Wiley & Sons, [2008]


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Physical description x, 246 pages ; 25 cm
Contents 1. For such a time as this -- 2. In the shadow of the Statue of Liberty -- 3. The pleasure of the president -- 4. The cut -- 5. Caged -- 6. The link -- 7. A few more good men, and women -- 8. Fallout -- 9. Performance related -- 10. The justice league -- 11. All roads lead to rove -- 12. Fredo -- App. A. Letter from Senator Charles Schumer to Alberto Gonzalez -- App. B. Excerpt from the National Association of Former United States Attorneys resolution.
Notes Includes index.
Summary "Packed with previously unrevealed facts, In Justice follows David Iglesias and his colleagues, who would soon be known as the Justice League, as they pieced together the sources and purpose of the conspiracy against them. It reveals how various members of the group viewed their own dismissals, reacted to threats from Justice Department officials designed to ensure their silence, and struggled to find a way to respond to the growing furor over the case." "Complete with insights into the power and responsibilities of U.S. Attorneys and an impassioned plea for their historic independence, the rule of law, and insulation from politics, In Justice is a compelling, real-life political thriller that takes you deep inside the Bush administration's darkest moment."--BOOK JACKET.
Other author Seay, Davin.
Subject Iglesias, David, 1958-
United States. Department of Justice -- Officials and employees -- Resignation -- United States -- History.
Public prosecutors -- United States -- Biography.
Lawyers -- New Mexico -- Biography.
Public prosecutors -- Resignation -- United States -- History.
ISBN 9780470261972 (cloth)
0470261978 (cloth)