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Feds: Disclosing Brown's cooperation could hurt probes

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Prosecutors sought to keep secret their reasons for postponing former D.C. Council Chairman Kwame Brown's sentencing because disclosure "could impede ongoing investigations," court documents released Tuesday show. A judge agreed Monday to delay the sentencing hearing, but had refused to keep the rationale from public view. Under the terms of his plea deal with prosecutors, Brown, who...

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