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+ - Prosecutor in Aaron Swartz Case Lied About Search Warrant->

Submitted by runeghost
runeghost (2509522) writes ""Federal prosecutor Stephen Heymann engaged in prosecutorial misconduct by withholding key evidence from the defense team of Aaron Swartz, the late Internet activist's legal team alleged in a letter to an internal Justice Department ethics unit."

Assistant U.S. Attorney Heymann appears to have lied to the court and ignored his duty to disclose exculpatory evidence, so as to avoid invalidating the government's case against Aaron Swartz."

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Prosecutor in Aaron Swartz Case Lied About Search Warrant

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