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Does McCollum need to rat on Rekers in court?

The New York Times raises the question of whether Attorney General Bill McCollum is obilgated to notify the court in Florida's gay adoption case about the scandal involving expert witness-turned-rentboy-patron George Rekers. Story here.


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