Yesterday, a lawyer representing the two women told the Associated Press that his clients still have not received an explanation for why they were forced to leave.
"They would welcome any inquiry into their activities or the activities of the staff," Richard Sauber said. "They are confident that any inquiry would find that they've been pursuing the investigations to which they were assigned...with vigor and professionalism."
While the women are bound by committee confidentiality rules, he said they "have nothing to hide."
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