07/19/2007 04:12 pm ET | Updated May 25, 2011

The Associated Press reports:

A lawsuit accusing Sen. Hillary
Rodham Clinton's chief strategist of illegally intercepting e-mails has been
withdrawn, and the legal battle between him and former associates has been
resolved, the parties said Wednesday.

The claim of illegally intercepted emails had come from
former Penn Schoen Berland employee Mitchell Markell. As Politico's Ben Smith observed,
reading a statement from Markel posted by The
Politicker, Markel did a bit of channeling of Emily Litella:

From the statement:

Markel noted that he now realizes that he had
voluntarily given PSB access to the emails which they were entitled to read.

Er, nevermind.