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NEW ORLEANS, LA (AP) -

A former US attorney in Baton Rouge heads up a new three-member audit panel appointed to review the settlement program arising from the 2010 BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.

Raymond Lamonica, now a law professor at LSU, was appointed Wednesday by the federal judge overseeing litigation that followed the spill. Also named to the panel were accountant Lloyd Tate and LSU accounting professor Larry Crumbley.

The panel was appointed in response to a motion by claims administrator Patrick Juneau's office.

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prisonIs there something special about New Orleans? Of course there is.

 

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kangaroo-courtRemember the scene in the movie, The Fugitive, where Harrison Ford is about to jump off a cliff into a raging river?  

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lettenFor many in Louisiana, the announcement that Jim Letten has resigned from his post as U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Louisiana after controversial Internet postings my members of his office.

 

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