Hardin and Deputy AG Rod Rosenstein announce increased reward in AUSA murder

Former U.S. Attorneys announce increased reward for information on murder of Seattle AUSA Tom Wales

Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein held a press conference in Seattle on February 21, 2018 where he announced that NAFUSA, led by Tennessee attorney Hal Hardin, was pledging an additional $525,000 reward for information on the 2001 murder of Tom Wales, an Assistant U.S. Attorney. The mayor of Seattle was in attendance, as well as Hardin and several other former U.S. Attorneys. The total reward is now $1,525,000.

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