Sunday, November 06, 2005


East St Louis has temp US Atty

He's just in for 120 days...he'll be busy.

Hat tip to Cal Skinner, who pointed out a typo to me on Marathon Pundit.

From the Belleville News-Democrat:

A senior member of the U.S. Justice Department's policy-making staff will serve as U.S. attorney for Southern District of Illinois for the next 120 days, the department announced Friday.

Edward E. McNally will replace U.S. Attorney Ronald J. Tenpas, who is scheduled to step down Nov. 21 after two years. Tenpas is leaving to serve as associate deputy attorney general, a senior Justice Department job focused on policy making.

McNally, 49, is a native of Illinois who is returning to the Prairie State after a five-month stint as senior counsel to the Justice Department's assistant attorney general for the Criminal Division.

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