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Posts Tagged ‘Robert S. Mueller III’

Morning Reading List, 08.12.08

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F.B.I’m Sorry

How much did the WaPo love running this piece?

    FBI Director Robert S. Mueller III apologized to two newspaper editors yesterday for what he said was a recently uncovered breach of their reporters’ phone records in the course of a national security investigation nearly four years ago.

    Mueller called the top editors at The Washington Post and the New York Times to express regret that agents had not followed proper procedures when they sought telephone records under a process that allowed them to bypass grand jury review in emergency cases.

The reporters: Post staff writer Ellen Nakashima and “an Indonesian researcher in the paper’s Jakarta bureau, Natasha Tampubolon.” For the Times: Raymond Bonner and Jane Perlez.