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01/24/06 — Independent counsel: A noble idea, but it didn’t work

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Independent counsel: A noble idea, but it didn’t work

The costly ineffectiveness of the independent counsel approach to investigations was graphically illustrated by the Henry G. Cisneros case. The investigation went on so long most people probably have forgotten who Cisneros is. For the record, he was Housing Secretary...

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By Gene Price
Published in Editorials on January 24, 2006 9:22 AM