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May 27, 2013
Is DoJ lying about notifying Fox News of Rosen subpoena?
Unless you think that the chief legal counsel for one of the largest media conglomerates in the world is an incompetent boob, the Department of Justice is lying about notifying News Corporation, parent company of Fox News, about the James Rosen subpoena that allowed DoJ to seize the reporter's comminications. New York Times: A Fox News executive said the channel had never heard of the Justice Department investigation and had no knowledge of New Corporation ever being notified. A News Corporation spokesman said Sunday that the company was looking into the matter of notification. "While we don't take issue with the D.O.J.'s account that they sent a notice to News Corp., we do not have a record of ever having received it," Nathaniel Brown, the spokesman, said. Last week, The Washington Post obtained an affidavit that described Mr. Rosen (without naming him) as "at the very least, either as an aider, abettor and/or co-conspirator." The investigation relates to a 2009 article...(Read Full Post)