10/31/2009

Not a wise thing to do when your office is investigating others for taping conversations

From the San Francisco Chronicle:

A spokesman for Attorney General Jerry Brown acknowledged Thursday that he taped a phone conversation with a reporter for The Chronicle this week without disclosing the fact or asking permission - and admitted he has taped conversations with other news reporters. . . .

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Blogger Braxton Hicks said...

Out of touch? Is Corruption so commonplace that attorney generals have difficulty in determing what is criminal behavior?
Possibly there are too many laws? Seems that the attorney general in California is not even aware of what is and is not legal.
Sad State of Affairs with current Culture of Corruption running rampant.
(sorry for the consonantal alliteration)

11/02/2009 9:48 AM  

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