Jack Kelly syndicated columnist of the Pittsburgh Post—Gazette, cites our own Clarice Feldman today in piece on prosecutorial abuse.
Mr. Fitzgerald is a sloppy prosecutor who rushes to judgment, and then has to backtrack, charged Washington, D.C., lawyer Clarice Feldman.
In one recent high—profile case, Mr. Fitzgerald's staff mistakenly sent 16 cartons of classified documents to attorneys for the terror suspects he was prosecuting, she said.
In another, Mr. Fitzgerald charged the victim in a financial fraud case instead of its perpetrators.
"Fitzgerald is good at creating elaborate facades which tart up the ramshackle huts to which they are affixed," Ms. Feldman said. "Once those facades are removed, it is obvious the cases behind them are rickety."
Journalists who do not wish to be cross—examined about when and from whom they learned of Ms. Plame's occupation want this case to go away. I suspect Mr. Fitzgerald does, too, but it's hard to dismount from the tiger he's riding.
Congratulations all around.