Federal Judge Bars Congress From Sentencing Papers

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A federal judge in Brooklyn, Sterling Johnson Jr., who was New York City’s special narcotics prosecutor from 1975 until 1991, has issued an order barring Congress from reviewing his case sentencing records. The New York Times says the order is a protest against the Feeney amendment to a bill signed in April. It limits situations
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