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RNC lawyer says White House was probed in phone jamming

Raw Story | April 12 2006

The lawyer representing the Republican National Committee told a New Hampshire TV station that the White House was investigated in a 2002 plot by Republican operatives to disrupt get out the vote efforts in a Senate race where John Sununu was ultimately elected New Hampshire's Republican senator.

Today, at the New Hampshire civil suit motions hearing on the phone-jamming case, Robert Kelner, the Washington lawyer representing the RNC, noted that the White House has already been investigated for its involvement in the case.

Kelner told WMUR-TV in Manchester, "In regards to the White House calls, the Department of Justice had known about them for a long time, investigated those calls, and did not bring any charges."

The latest story on the wires, which notes that calls were placed to the White House as late as the day of the crime (several operatives were convicted), can be found here.


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