Is it true that Attorney General Greg Zoeller has issued a gag order on his employees when it comes to the Tim Durham case? Sources say that employees have been ordered not to talk about anything related to Tim Durham.
If true, why would the AG impose such a strict measure, especially since it's a federal case, and certainly not one that has been investigated by Zoelller, who is a close personal friend to Brizzi and Durham.
Why the paranoia? Is there something to hide? Can the AG prevent employees from speaking out? Would it be a violation of their first amendment rights? Did he put it in writing, or was this an oral edict?
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