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"Although the purely political motives behind the submission to your office are not illegal, making false statements to the United States Attorneys' office and/or FEC would violate federal law," he wrote.
Miss O'Donnell's attorney, Richard Abbott, had alleged that CREW's complaint was based on an affidavit from a former O'Donnell campaign worker that contained false information and that CREW did not properly vet it before filing the complaint.