Holder defends keeping Petraeus inquiry from White House until after election

Holder defends keeping Petraeus inquiry from White House until after election

Tampa : FL : USA | Nov 15, 2012 at 6:07 PM PST
Source: Washington Post
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Gallery Video The Washington Post's Greg Miller explains how the discovery of classified documents in Paula Broadwell's home complicates the FBI's reasoning for initially keeping their investigation secret. What we did was conduct the investigation in the way we normally conduct a criminal investigation,... FULL ARTICLE AT Washington Post
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