The AP reports:
BALTIMORE -- A person with knowledge of a federal campaign-finance investigation says a criminal probe has been opened into whether Delaware Republican Christine O'Donnell broke the law by using campaign money to pay personal expenses.
The person spoke on condition of anonymity to protect the identity of a client who has been questioned in the probe. The case, which has been assigned to two federal prosecutors and two FBI agents in Delaware, has not been brought before a grand jury.
O'Donnell, who set a state record by raising more than $7.3 million in an unsuccessful U.S. Senate campaign this year, has been dogged by questions about her finances.
My goodness. DOJ can decide in eight weeks to investigate a losing Senate candidate from the opposition party, but, after more than a year, still cannot decide on even the venue in which to try the man who planned the 9-11 mass murder.
Efficient when it wants to be. Yes indeed.