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Topic - Henry F. Schuelke Iii
The Democratic chairman and the ranking Republican on the Senate Judiciary Committee said at hearing Wednesday that the prosecutorial misconduct uncovered by a special counsel in the Justice Department's prosecution of the late Sen. Ted Stevens, Alaska Republican, "cannot be tolerated."
The special prosecutor who investigated the botched case against Sen. Ted Stevens of Alaska is not recommending criminal charges against any of the Justice Department attorneys who tried him despite finding widespread misconduct beyond what has yet been publicly revealed.
"The motive to win the case was the principal operating motive," he said, adding that he did not think prosecutors acted out of "animus" to Stevens.
"This is a sad story," Mr. Schuelke told the committee. "I took no joy in coming to this conclusion. I hope I never have to do it again."