Wednesday, September 11, 2013

John Swallow News Roundup - Episode XLVI: House Investigative Committee Sails Forth On Its Maiden Cruise

Meanwhile, back at the U.S. Attorney's Office, it's business as usual

There's significant development in the John Swallow Three-ring Circus, as the Standard Examiner reports that the Utah House committee tasked with investigating Attorney General John Swallow holds its first public meeting this morning at 9:00 a.m.:
The Salt Lake Trib's Robert Gehrke provides a deep profile of Steven Reich, the "hot-shot" New York lawyer who heads the team of other hot-shot lawyers who'll assist in the pending House investigation, and "bills out" at the eye-popping rate of $740 per hour.
In other John Swallow related news, the Utah State Elections Office investigation into whether Swallow violated campaign finance laws could have its whole task wrapped up by mid-December, according to heavyweight Bob Bernick:
Business as Usual
Meanwhile, back at the U.S. Attorney's Office, it's business as usual:
That's it for now, folks; although we're getting the strong "psychic vibe" that there's plenty more to come.

So who'll be the first to throw in their own 2¢?

Update 9/11/13 5:00 p.m.: More interesting info from the San Francisco Chronicle, of all sources:
Don't think for even a minute that this is just a local Utah story. 

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