Fbi General Counsel Quits

—- NPR's Chitra Ragavan reports that the FBI's general counsel quit his job yesterday, and will begin working next month with a prominent Washington, DC law firm. Howard Shapiro faced criticism for his handling of the White House/FBI file scandal, but the Justice Department earlier cleared him of any wrongdoing.



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