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September 07, 2007


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Dan Metcalfe

No, Scott, it's a belated reflection of (a) the fact that the rescinded memo was "flawed in the factum," and (b) the fact that OIP's principal privacy reponsibilities became part of Justice's newly created Privacy and Civil Liberties Office. And notice that the "OIP brand" remains, for whatever that's now worth.

John Smith

My guess is it's mostly based on the first reason. The McNulty memo appears to have been designed principally as a means to drive one person out of the Department.

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