According to Senate Judiciary sources, Sen. Ted Kennedy this morning was informed that a number of media outlets — including the New York Times, as well as both Democratic and Republican staff from the committee — had reviewed a wealth of documents related to Concerned Alumni of Princeton and that there was no evidence that Supreme Court nominee Judge Samuel Alito played a major role personally or financially in the organization at any time. This information was passed to Kennedy after he raised the issue of possibly requesting a subpoena for all of CAPs documents before he entered the hearing room for the third day of confirmation hearings. “We told him we’d gone through it, and that seemed to be the end of it,” says a committee staffer. So big surprise that despite knowing what he needs to know, Kennedy decided to simply create a few moments of entertaining political theater for the nightly news.
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