“Jeff Sessions says he handled these civil rights cases. He barely touched them”

Gerry Hebert, Joe Rich, and Bill Yeomans with a WaPo oped:

In the questionnaire he filed recently with the Senate Judiciary Committee, Sessions (R-Ala.) listed four civil rights cases among the 10 most significant that he litigated “personally” as the U.S. attorney for Alabama during the 1980s. Three involved voting rights, while the fourth was a school desegregation case. Following criticism for exaggerating his role, he then claimed that he provided “assistance and guidance” on these cases.

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