By Robert K. Tanenbaum
Whilst Congress comes to a decision to reopen the research into the JFK assassination, long island Assistant D.A. Butch Karp is assigned to the case, yet as Karp and his staff discover dramatic new facts, they turn into enmeshed in an online of conspiracy that reaches to the top degrees of presidency.
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Then, one to three, meeting of bureau chiefs on affirmative action, three to four, meeting on paperwork reduction, four to five you have marked off for grand jury. ” “Okay, cancel the whole day. Get Roland to cover me on the grand jury, and reschedule Sullivan. ” “Right. ” “A day in Philly! Lucky you! Is this business? ” “What should I say if he calls. ” “Tell the district attorney I’m visiting our national shrines in order to renew my commitment to our precious civil liberties,” said Karp. ” At 5:15, Karp was immersed in a case, writing notes for one of his people, when the intercom buzzed, and Connie Trask said, “I’m going.
Karp was no sort of status hound, but he understood that the tattiness of his personal surroundings and the even worse conditions with which his staff had to contend were petty symbols of the contempt for Karp and all his works that steamed perpetually in the heart of Karp’s boss, the district attorney, Sanford Bloom. Bloom had not the guts to fire Karp outright, but neither Karp nor anyone who worked for him would ever get a new office or new furniture. The paint would rot off their walls. Their promotions would be delayed and their personnel records screwed up.
As it turned out, they did not. Putting down his pen, he riffled through a stack of legal bond, looking for a reference. A square yellow slip of paper dropped out onto the table. Karp picked it up and studied it. It was a telephone message slip dated seven months and three days earlier. The overture to this farce. Karp shuffled through his message slips after lunch, arranging them in order of importance. Most of them were bureaucracy at work, it being a fine habit of bureaucrats to call during lunch hour, passing the buck, but not having to actually come to any closure on the issue at hand.
Corruption of Blood by Robert K. Tanenbaum