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Dems Recall Ouster of Parks Police Chief In Chiding Bush Administration

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    Remember Teresa Chambers?
    She was the U.S. Park Police Chief in Washington, D.C., who was canned back in 2004 by the Bush administration after detailing, in response to a question by the Washington Post, how budget cuts would force reduced patrols in National Park Service jurisdictions in Washington.
    The Democratic National Committee this week cites Teresa's case in a story it calls, "Bush White House Afraid of the Truth."
    You can read the DNC piece here  and learn more about Teresa's ordeal here.

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