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To: Bogey78O
One half of them were. The other half just were revealed yesterday.

Of course, why both halves weren't in the original story is a question the Washington Post probably should answer, dont you think?

19 posted on 04/21/2005 6:57:16 PM PDT by William McKinley
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To: William McKinley

Of course The Washington Post id the Dems News Organ.
Ops4 God BLess America!


20 posted on 04/21/2005 7:07:51 PM PDT by OPS4 (worth repeating)
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To: William McKinley

I swear I can remember seeing that snippet they posted on their article before. I also recall comments by MD4Bush along the lines of "let's do like Karl Rove did to..."


23 posted on 04/21/2005 7:40:43 PM PDT by Bogey78O (*tagline removed per request*)
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To: William McKinley
The Washington Post has both sides of at least some of the FReepmails. They printed some excerpts in this article mentioning Free Republic on February 11.
28 posted on 04/21/2005 8:56:16 PM PDT by conservative in nyc
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To: William McKinley; All

Here's some information on the whereabouts of Steffen's computer:

http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/articles/A55486-2005Mar21.html

EXCERPT

[Maryland Attorney General J. Joseph Curran Jr. (D)] Curran said he recused himself from the review of the Steffen e-mails because he is O'Malley's father-in-law. But he said lawyers in his office did advise the governor's staff about which e-mails should be released and which ones they had the discretion to withhold. The final decision, Curran said, rested with the governor and his staff.

Curran also shed some light on reports that Steffen's computer hard drive was no longer being held by his office. Curran said his office received a written request from Ehrlich's chief counsel, Jervis Finney, to ship the computer to an analyst at ICG Inc. of Princeton, N.J., for inspection.

The company's Web site says it can use "forensic tools and techniques" to "extract critical information from deleted and partially overwritten files, as well as from other physical hard drive locations normally inaccessible or invisible to the user."


36 posted on 04/22/2005 4:24:39 AM PDT by maggief
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