pageok
pageok
pageok
District Court Orders White House To Preserve E-Mail:
News update here, although it's hard to know what to make of it without reading the opinion. An earlier and related story is here.
Oren:
Sounds like it's too late already.
11.12.2007 7:04pm
Smokey:
Yeah. To paraphrase Stalin: how many divisions does the district court have?
11.12.2007 7:06pm
cboldt (mail):
The TRO and the magistrate judge's order that recommended the TRO be issued are available at CREW's website. http://www.citizensforethics.org/node/30422/related
11.12.2007 7:18pm
jayhat:
Who wants to bet they'll regret this after finding that 95% of all the emails consist of nothing but lolcats?
11.12.2007 8:39pm
Anderson (mail):
Very incriminating lolcats.

IM IN UR DOJ FIRIN YR ATTYS, for instance, on a big fat cat wearing Rove's eyeglasses.
11.12.2007 9:17pm
Hewart:
I'm a bit taken aback that there has to be a court order to specify that the White House should adhere to the clear letter of the law. Preserving email records is already federally mandated, isn't it?

It's like issuing a court order to tell them not to engage in tortu---oh wait, never mind.
11.13.2007 12:43am
Mary Katherine Day-Petrano (mail):
Well, you know what I think? I think President Bush should tell Congress he is NOT turning over any White house e-mails until the 11th Circuit, 6th Circuit, and 9th Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals and United States District Court for the Middle District of Florida turn over all THEIR e-mails and blogging posts of the Clerk "AnnTM" and her co-horts admitting they interfered with, mocked, and obstructed justice in ADA cases down there showing a lack of impartiality. Say, wasn;t it a Democratic judge who blocked the President's efforts to help Terri Schiavo?

The President should read THIS entire thread.
11.14.2007 4:36pm