Victoria Toensing

former deputy assistant attorney general

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Founding Partner of DiGenova and Toensing law firm in Washington, DC; former Deputy Assistant Attorney General in the Criminal Division, she created the Justice Department’s Terrorism Unit and was responsible for white-collar crime investigations; former chief counsel for the Senate Intelligence Committee

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Scooter Libby has watched silently as prosecutor Paterick Fitzgerald has methodically presented a  perjury case  against him.

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