On April 29, 2004 then-Denver U.S. Attorney John W. Suthers refused to debate the allegations of “The Ambushed Grand Jury” non-fiction and non-profit book with then-Congressman Mark Udall. Instead, Mr. Suthers provided a copy of 1994 Dubester report to Congressman Udall.
Instead Mr. Suthers offered that the CDPHE, EPA and DOE could review 65 boxes from the Rocky Flats Special Federal Grand Jury investigation. The evidence from the Rocky Flats Special Federal Grand Jury were sealed during a closed-door investigation and not available for public scrutiny. Mr. Suthers further explains that Freedom of Information Act requests were denied. The Rocky Flats Special Federal Grand Jury 89-2 evidence is not intended to be made publicly available.