How the Feds Rig Their Prosecutions – WSJ.com

An agency that has the ability to bring the full force of the federal government against a citizen in a fraud case should play by the same fair rules that have governed federal prosecutors for decades. It should be required to turn over, without awaiting a request, any evidence that could exculpate the defendant. It should announce now that it will follow the mandates of the Brady rule in all pending and future cases.

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