DoJ Public Corruption: “Disarray”

The Post reports on the state of affairs at the Department of Justice’s Public Integrity Section.

Now, even as prosecutors from the unit are fighting an internal department ethics probe and a separate criminal inquiry launched by the trial judge in the Stevens case, some of their targets are enjoying their freedom.

Stevens, who lost a reelection battle just days after his conviction last November, is considering penning a book about his six terms in office. Peter Kott, former Republican speaker of the Alaska House of Representatives, and Victor Kohring, a veteran Republican legislator there, returned from prison Thursday and reunited with their families after nearly a year.

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