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Jun 29, 1999
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Advertisements on "Crier Report" to Explain Why Judicial Watch Is So Necessary to Protect Public from Government Corruption
(Washington, June 29) Tonight and tomorrow, Judicial Watch will air advertising on Fox News' "Crier Report" (10-11PM EDT) to discuss the death of the independent counsel law and what it means for the American people to allow politicians and government officials a "free hand," without accountability, to abuse the public trust.
"The independent counsel law is set to expire tomorrow, June 30, 1999, and politicians from both parties couldn't be happier to get the 'monkey off their backs,'" stated Judicial Watch Chairman Larry Klayman.
Judicial Watch, the non-partisan public interest government watchdog, which has over 30 lawsuits against politicians who have abused the public's trust, now truly will become the "People's Independent Counsel."