Report: Oregon U.S. Attorney Was Stalking
By Willamette Week | March 16, 2022 1:27 pm

Amanda Marshall, the U.S. Attorney for Oregon, on Thursday told The Oregonian she was temporarily stepping away from her job as the state’s top federal law enforcement official.

“I’ve been having health issues for months,” Marshall told The Oregonian. “I can’t serve right now.”

That is far less that the full story, WW has learned from multiple sources familiar with Marshall’s situation.

In fact, the U.S. Department of Justice placed Marshall on leave this week pending an investigation of allegations that she was stalking one of the male prosecutors who worked for her.

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