Eric Lichtblau

LICHTBLAU, Eric.  Now with the New York Time, at the time with the Los Angeles Times after years of work as an investigative reporter covering the Department of Justice in Washington, D.C.  Earned a Pulitzer Prize in 2006 for national reporting.  He was the primary reporter on the Sabow story and evidently it was decided early on by his editors that he was not to apply his considerable investigative reporting skills to this specific case.

From Wikipedia / Eric Lichtblau:

Lichtblau joined The [Los Angeles] Times in September 2002 as a correspondent covering the Justice Department. Previously, Lichtblau worked at the Los Angeles Times for 15 years, where he also covered the Justice Department in their Washington bureau from 1999 to 2002. Prior to that, Lichtblau did stints on the L.A. Times investigative team in Los Angeles and covered various law enforcement beats. Lichtblau was born in Syracuse, N.Y., and graduated from Cornell University in 1987. With fellow New York Times reporter James Risen, Lichtblau was awarded a 2006 Pulitzer Prize for national reporting. He is the author of Bush’s Law: The Remaking of American Justice.


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