The Joseph Gersten Case: A Study of the Abuse of Government Power

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29 pages
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The Committee investigated Joseph Gersten's controversial political career, marked by allegations of corruption and personal bias within law enforcement against him. Despite accusations, the committee found no conclusive evidence supporting his alleged illegal activity. The committee expresses concerns about potential bias influencing investigations and suggests the need for comprehensive, independent inquiries by relevant authorities to address these matters.
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House Committee on Government Reform, hearing on "The Use of Prosecutorial Power in the Investigation of Joseph Gersten," 107th Cong., H.Hrg. 107-27, (2001, June 15)
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