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Saturday, November 18, 2006
By Dr. Steven Taylor

Via WaPo: DeLay Successor Seeks Inquiry Into Missing Computer Files

David James, DeLay’s former chief of staff, who stayed to work for Sekula-Gibbs — until Tuesday’s walkout — said last night that the office computers “were scrubbed and reconfigured by an outside vendor in the days immediately prior to her assuming office,” as House policies require. The new congresswoman was given a copy of everything “electronically or in hard copy, or both,” James said in a statement.

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James and half a dozen other former DeLay staffers were on board to help Sekula-Gibbs finish the 109th Congress’s business. But they abruptly left their posts Tuesday, during her open house celebration. Sekula-Gibbs said she has no idea why they left. But James said in his statement: “Never has any member of Congress treated us with as much disrespect and unprofessionalism as we witnessed during those five days.”

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