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U.S. Attorneys Scandal—Seattle

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In a speech he delivered on Sunday to the Mainstream Republicans of Washington, a group of moderate Republicans, former Seattle U.S. Attorney John McKay indicated that his removal may have been part of a criminal scheme relating to election manipulation. The Olympian reports his remarks:

“I still don’t know if the 2004 governor’s election was the principal reason I was asked to step down,” McKay said in a speech at the Mainstream Republicans of Washington’s Cascade Conference in Wenatchee.

“If it was, I think it is an entirely improper and perhaps illegal reason for my termination,” said McKay.

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