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Libyan rebels are now Patton Boggs clients
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Interim Transitional National Council of Libya (TNC) hired the famous Patton Boggs lobbying firm to deny Muammar Qaddafi his traditional place as leader. They wish to get recognized as a legitimate government to free up billions of dollars from the Qaddafi regime. Qaddafi’s support is dwindling as his supporting lobbyists get cold feet.

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