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When the unprecedented midterm dismissals by the George W. Bush administration became public, members of Congress began to raise concerns about the reasons for the removals, including whether they were intended to influence certain prosecutions.
Panelists included from front, Carol
Lam, David Iglesias, Paul Charlton,
John McKay, and Bud Cummins.
A subsequent report by the Justice Department Inspector General in October 2008 found that the process used to fire the first seven attorneys and two others dismissed around the same time was "arbitrary," "fundamentally flawed," and "raised doubts about the integrity of Department prosecution decisions."