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Chandra and Brady

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When the prosecution's evidence in a major criminal case depends heavily on a jailhouse informant, you know as surely as night follows day that there will be a claim of nondisclosure of evidence regarding the informant.  Zoe Tillman has this post at BLT on the Chandra Levy case.  The US Attorney's Office says the allegations are "baseless."

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