Did David Gregory benefit from prosecutorial discretion or personal connections?

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Darleen Click @ Protein Wisdom:

Interesting, that no where in DC AG Irvin Nathan’s letter attempting to explain the reasons for declining to prosecute does Nathan reveal his personal connection to the Gregory family.

It further undermines public confidence in such decisions to find out that Nathan knew Gregory and his wife, high-powered attorney Beth Wilkinson.

Anne dug up the connection in which in 2011 Nathan and Wilkinson participated together in a charity mock trial for the Washington, D.C. Shakespeare Theatre Company (emphasis in original):

In this town full of lawyers it should be no surprise that this event sold out in 44 seconds….. The attorneys were Beth Wilkinson a partner at Paul Weiss (and wife of David Gregory, aka the Silver Fox, who was snapping pictures like a proud hubby!) and Irv Nathan, Acting Attorney General for DC. Both were hilarious and Beth looked so great in her black dress and patent leather heels, I was totally motivated to stick to my overly arduous diet.

A prosecutor I know, and have worked with, wrote this to friends today:

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Curt served in the Marine Corps for four years and has been a law enforcement officer in Los Angeles for the last 24 years.

5 Responses to “Did David Gregory benefit from prosecutorial discretion or personal connections?”

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    Hard Right

    That same AG went after TWO veterans who unintentionally broke the law. Yet he gives gregory a pass after stating gregory violated the law? You do the math.
    Liberals have no idea the amount of ill will they are creating.

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