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Love BB, Laser Tag, Poker (Tournaments only). Work with Occupy camps. Willing to help you in your fight for justice (let's discuss it).

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Press Release: Status of HAAS v ROMNEY Racketeering litigation in 9th Circuit

PRESS RELEASE


STATUS – RICO Litigation – HAAS v ROMNEY #14-55784 Ninth Circuit

By Collateral Logistics, Inc., (“CLI”)
CEO Steven (“Laser”) Haas (laser.haas@yahoo.com)
December 30, 2014

Los Angeles – Steven (“Laser”) Haas, did put forth On October 18, 2013, a cause of action in Los Angeles Central District Court (case #2:13-cv-7738) alleging Racketeering violations by Mitt Romney, Bain Capital, and plethora of apparent cronies/ cohorts and Goldman Sachs along with Paul Traub (attorney and former partner of Ponzi convicted Tom Petters and also law firm partner of Fraudster Marc Dreier).

Nature of Proceedings Current

After Romney lost the election in 2012, a hearing transpired in the Delaware Bankruptcy Court, by former Chief Justice Mary F. Walrath, of the eToys.com case (DE Bankr. 01-706). At that time, informed of homicides and corruption issues not previously addressed, the judge permanently banned Laser Haas from seeking grievance amends; which freed up the pursuer of justice from that jurisdiction.

When the racketeering case was filed in Los Angeles Central District, before Honorable Stephen V. Wilson, Ropes & Gray for Romney, Michael Glazer and Bain sought to be precluded by statute of limitations.

Additionally, Goldman Sachs, its Delaware counsel MNAT, an attorney partner thereof (Greg Werkheiser) along with eToys CEO Barry Gold sought to be precluded under a 130 year old case “Barton doctrine”.

His Honor Judge Wilson, stipulating he read all the filings granted both those requests, ruled Haas was frivolous and denied his appeal.

Though the 9th Circuit (case 14-55784) initially also rejected HAAS’s filings; it did grant permission to pay $505 filing fee and Ordered a Show of Cause Response as to why the case should not be closed.

Laser paid and filed a timely response, along with a Motion about Frauds on the Court and denial of due process. A subsequent ruling that the case is “insubstantial” compelled Laser Haas to file his “Request” for an entire court rehearing on “substantial” issues.

Currently, a decision on the “Request” is still pending.

Goldman Sachs Tapes Senate Hearing

Litigant Haas submitted a letter to the Senate’s “Goldman Sachs Tapes” Hearing that occurred on November 15, 2014. Senator’s Warren, Brown and Sanders were the primary recipients of that correspondence.

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This is a link to the PDF of the Press Release



http://petters-fraud.com/press_release_dec30_2014_haas_v_romney_status.pdf

No One is Above the Law: Especially Bad Cops - We Need to Support/Encourage Nobility!

A retired Los Angeles Police Sgt/activist commented on one of my threads, concerning her support of another abused good faith cop. For this past week or so, we've been promoting the issue of the manifest injustice concerning Buffalo career police officer Cariol Horne and the fact that she was beaten/fired and denied her pension - after

stopping a pale male cop choking a handcuffed AA male.

Though that bad cop (Kwiatkowski) was eventually forced out of the Buffalo police department (for other acts of racism and violence), Good Cop Cariol Horne is still being denied her pension (after being 19 years on the job and bad cop Kwiatkowski confessing that Horne did nothing wrong).

So it is good to see that other decent and noble police officers (Sgt. Dorsey) speak out in support of Officer Cariol Horne!

(Please see LA Progressive - HERE -

or the Buffalo Bullet by journalist Chris Stevenson - HERE -

or The Free Thought Project website version - HERE

Also - our threads at DU - HERE and HERE




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Pic above from LAProgressive.com thread by Cheryl Dorsey
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[font size=4 color=Navy Blue]Retired L.A. Police Sgt Chery Dorsey, at LAProgressie.com - writes:

[center] "Holding Police Accountable"

"Officer Down - Officer Needs Assistance"


Officer Cariol Horne Denied Her Pension.
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Officer Down – Officer Needs Assistance!


That’s a call over a police radio that causes every officer to perk up, reach to activate their vehicle’s red lights and siren, and start driving like mad men. Show me rolling “Code-3” in the direction of “downed” former Buffalo, New York, police officer Cariol Horne.

As an honorably retired 20-year veteran sergeant of the Los Angeles Police Department, I know first-hand exactly what it feels like to stand on the threshold of unemployment during the twilight of your career. Like Horne, I faced a similar circumstance during year 18 of my LAPD career.

In 2006,with 19 years on the Buffalo, New York, Police Department, Cariol Horne was terminated for trying to stop a fellow officer, Gregory Kwiatkowski, from choking a handcuffed suspect, Neal Mack. Horne did what most of us would expect by attempting to stop a partner officer from assaulting a handcuffed suspect. For her troubles, Horne was punched several times in the face by partner officer Kwiatkowski, an assault that required that her bridge be replaced.



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Retired Los Angeles Police Sgt. Cheryl Dorsey (pic immediate above - from her LAProgressive blog) stipulates that she empathizes with New York Officer Cariol Horne because, she too, experienced the male white blue wall oppressive.

As Sgt Dorsey stated;

"I know first-hand exactly what it feels like to stand on the threshold of unemployment during the twilight of your career. Like Horne, I faced a similar circumstance during year 18 of my LAPD career"

[br]Retired Officer Dorsey is an activist against racism and has suffered much because of it. Being one who would not go quietly into that good night, retired Los Angeles Police Sgt. Dorsey wrote a book titled;

[center]"Black & Blue".
Creation of a Manifesto[/center]

In it she quips:

[font size=4][center]Because I did not bleed blue,
I had to adapt to navigate the sexist,
racist LAPD waters all around me for the next 19 years.
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We need to eagerly support noble efforts and discourage the bad faith acts. Instead, as is usual within powerful systems, the good people are ostracized and the bad cops are being labeled heroes.

While the NY boys in blue are turning their backs on their mayor and U.S., we should be forcing them to turn their backs on innocent citizens and punishing their arrogance!

It is a travesty of justice and a burden upon the citizenry that good cops must suffer much, simply because they desire to be good; and that bad cops are permitted tyrannical reign, while openly engaging in insubordination (clearly a politico effort to quell the wrath/rage of the public for the fact that cops are illegally choking misdemeanor offenders to death - without being held culpable).

[font size=4][center] No One is Above the Law - Especially Cops[/center][/font]

[font size=3] [center]Do you agree?[/center][/font]

Poet Anthony Anaxagorous "I'm Not a Poet and This is Not a Poem"

This Youtube is a wonderful piece that starts out with notes on America's prison system

well worth noting!
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The Weekly Bug: Good Cops, Bad Cops and ugly U.S.

This coming year, yours truly will do his best to make this a Sunday morning (early) piece - regularly. (Can someone suggest to the Admin's that we are provide a software tool that allows Du'rs to pre-write and auto-post a thread? -- just sayin....).

Torture wasn't bad enough for U.S. (though there's some good news on the hor-eye that GWB & gang may become international notoriously convicts eluding); so the media made the torture banter vanish with the "black lives do and don't matter" trumpeting's. Addressing that current topic, this Weekly Bug is about the Good, the Bad and the Ugly.
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[font size=6 color=blue] The GOOD: Cop[/font]
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Pale Male Cop Chokes AA Handcuffed male and punches AA Female Officer for Stopping the Choking

Although there's much banter about the 'Blue Wall of Silence' (with an upgrade to "back turning", there's evidences of those who don't play dat. One such person is Buffalo Officer Cariol Horne. As an African American female police officer, Carol Horne stood tall against white male police brutality. Her reward for doing so - was to be

[font size=3 color=brown] fired - and her pension yanked away[/font]




Just before Christmas yours truly started a PETITION on change.org about officer Horne that is titled "Reinstate Officer Cariol Horne's Pension". This effort is to give (former) Officer Horne a holiday gift that people have taken notice of her nobility. It is case of manifest injustice.

My thread with the video above and the original PETITION - is titled

"AA Fem Officer Beaten & Loses Pension: Stopping Male Pale Cop Choking Handcuffed AA man"

A local area journalist who has reported on Officer Cariol Horne's case of manifest injustice, gave thanks for the PETITION and stated the following about the parties (including Mack, who was the handcuffed man choked);

After Mack's last loss a couple years ago he has since hired a new attorne out of Rochester, I haven't talked much about it to him since, but I have to call him anyway. Thanks for stating a New Cariol Holloman-Horne petition, she is on the road now but would be delighted to hear about this.


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The PETITION was set at a modest 100; because it was the last days before Christmas. Surprisingly, we are almost there (88 as last I checked)... If you would be so kind -

[font size=4]Please SIGN[/font]
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[font size=5] PETITION to Reinstate Carol Horne's Pension[\b] [/font]


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[font size=6 color=red]The BAD: COPS[/font]

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Certainly there are more good cops out there, including ones suffering for manifest injustice, for not going behind the 'Blue Wall' like officer Horne has done. Be that as it may, this past few weeks/months, the ties that bind police that are front page, don't bode well for instilling adoration for the uniforms.

We, the average, good faith American citizen, are angry at the fact that Death by Cop is becoming a mainstay. Police, whether they like it or not, are required to "mitigate" - instead of - "INSTIGATE".

No matter how you slice the facts of Officer Wilson shooting Mike Brown, the whole scenario would be different if Wilson hadn't backed up his SUV to confront TWO persons. Not only does this violate common sense, it is a violation of protocol and training. Officer Wilson shot 12 bullets into a background of citizens and family dwellings abundant. A situation made far more morose by the fact that Prosecutor McCullough pulled some very questionable moves and witnesses that played U.S.

Same for the scenario of the choking of the man in Staten Island.

Also, in that situation, it is clearly visible that the man, upon being choked, was putting his hands up. My reaction would have been to turn into the assailant. But the victim didn't. Instead, while crying out over and over again - I Can't Breathe - his life was choked out of him; because this "INSTIGATING" use of force was deemed necessary to arrest a man for breaking the law as a terrorist threat by selling "single" cigarettes.


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[font size=3 color=blue] Rewarding the BLUE WALL Bad Faith Behavior[/font]
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We can simply start at the Trayvon Martin case and how Zimmerman was somewhat rewarded with the raising of $200,000.00; and how such sets a very BAD precedent. Then leap forward to the fact that Officer Wilson did resign; but has a potential $1 million in TShirt sale monies that may be coming his way

[center][font size=6 color=red] Whammy says - WTF! [/font][/center]

Can it even be allowed (guilty by grand jury or not) that a party who kills someone, especially a police officer, get a reward MILLION dollars as a result? For the sake of the good order of society, this simply can NOT be allowed.

Whammy says No Way Policia'y!

With prosecutors like McCullough directly linked (in soooo many ways) to the police. Along with a system that sides with cops first (as it should in "honorable" days); and always questions the purported perpetrators (even if it were the Pope). Then there needs be a clear - NO conflict of interest - protocol to make sure citizens don't start a "we v they" civil war.

Jeopardy Has Not Attached: Killer Cops Can Still Be Indicted

We need to "RE"establish order (and comfort) to the population as a whole. The picture above is by Truthout.org story that informs U.S. all the bad guys can still be punished. We need totally 100% "independent" investigator/ prosecutors of police shootings and killings.

As stated by truthout in its "Jeopardy - Cops can STILL be indicted"

City officials allowed prosecutors with conflicts of interest to handle the Michael Brown and Eric Garner cases. The prosecutors were deeply tied to the cops. They relied on the cops for their evidence. They were practically family with the cops. That is why their grand juries failed to return indictments.

City officials still refuse to appoint an independent special prosecutor in each case. But now the violent act by Mr. Brinsley makes these appointments urgent.

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This sums it up - appropriately - and leads U.S. into the final part of today's Weekly Bug....

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[font size=6 color=brown]The UGLY: U.S.[/font]
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It strikes me as somewhat perplexing that you never see an undercover cop (and/or even citizen for that matter) running behind the Blue's and shooting at the crowd. But we do have incidents of undercover's and otherwiser's going into crowds and seemingly giving the anxious gun carrying "officers" a reason to shoot many.

Can you say (or even remember) Selma and/or Kent State?

As it would seem, bad faith cops really don't need a reason to INSTIGATE matters. Once you have the badge, uniform and authorization to use your gun, simply because you "fear" for you life; you can beat, choke and fire away.

Be that as bad as it is, we then have real criminals foaming at the mouth for the riots that may come.

Here's the golden goose chance for thugs, gangs and the wannabe mob(sters). You see the press is everywhere, just waiting for something to happen. The police and other authorities are on edge too. So all one bad guy need do is throw a brick through the electronics retailer's window;

and Have At IT!



And yet, it doesn't stop there. We have people in uniform that are too chicken to beat up people by themselves; but they are anxious to prove who they are. Inside is the rage begging to be set free. If only there would be a perfect scenario where all the brothers in blue would have their back and they could then "get some" banging of heads, kicking of asses (and maybe even groping freely). So, when an undercover and/or thug allowed to room free begins his mayhem

They (the bullies in hiding) can Have At IT!

[font size=5 color=burnt red]THE REAL UGLY[/font]

Though there are those among U.S. who need to be arrested (including Romney, Bain Capital and Goldman Sachs), there are also those who need to have their ability to arrest - be YANKED away.

Immediate above pics are from "the Most Important News.com" website. It details the wrongs and rights of organized protests that the cops call mobs.

However, this is not the REAL problem. Citizens are citizens, as such, they do what citizens do. Some good, some bad and some ugly. The police - however - are to be held to a higher standard than that trodden by the crowds.

What do we do we Police become Mobs!

We have the right (even the duty) to prosecute bad cops. But - to do so - we need GOOD prosecutors. As Truthout.org points out;

The cops who killed Michael Brown and Eric Garner can still be indicted. A grand jury does not invoke double jeopardy. Jeopardy does not attach in the grand jury process. As mentioned in a US Supreme Court case, United States v. John H. Williams, Jr., "The Double Jeopardy Clause of the Fifth Amendment does not bar a grand jury from returning an indictment when a prior grand jury has refused to do so." Only after the regular jury in a trial court is sworn in does jeopardy attach.

This means that a redo is possible. The cops who killed Michael Brown and Eric Garner can still be indicted and tried for murder under state law in Missouri and New York.


This makes police SCARED!

After centuries of having the right to billy club, beat up, fake evidence and kill at will, the police now have the instantaneous internet and Youtube to deal with. So the video of the choking, though it results in NO grand jury indictment, still languishes as - TellTALE!

So, what do they do, these police who are justified in their actions. How do they show U.S. all that they are of good faith and sound judgment in their shootings, choking's, so on and so forth?

They TURN THEIR BACKS ON U.S. All.



The pick above is of the Mayor of New York City. He's not done anything wrong; because he's NOT the Police Commissioner - he's THE MAYOR. Because the police are scared to death about where all this public review of their Blue Wall/ 'Scot Free' policies are going...

They TURN THEIR BACKS

This is the good guys, becoming bad guys, blaming all of America (and their elected leaders) for what's wrong with this country and the current mindsets, protests and such concerning Police.

Of course, it never occurs to them, that the Police are now

THE MOB!
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As this is such that it is, I can't leave this week with a full joke; so I'm leaving you with a wry one. My Christmas was blessed with the presentation to me, of a wonderful piece by Poet Anthony Anaxagorous from London.

It is titled "This is Not a Poem and I am NOT a Poet"

apropos
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US Rep. Grimm Pleads Guilty to Federal Tax Evasion

Source: ABC News quoting AP

U.S. Rep. Michael Grimm admitted Tuesday to federal tax evasion, pleading guilty to charges he had fought as he won re-election last fall but that now leave his congressional future in question.

Grimm entered a guilty plea to one count of aiding in the filing of a false tax return. He had been set to go to trial in February on charges of evading taxes by hiding more than $1 million in sales and wages while running a Manhattan health-food restaurant.

Sentencing was scheduled for June 8. Prosecutors said a range of 24 to 30 months in prison would be appropriate, while the defense estimated the appropriate sentence as between 12 and 18 months.

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Boehner does not plan to comment on Grimm's situation until the two discuss it, Boehner spokesman Michael Steel said.

Read more: http://abcnews.go.com/US/wireStory/ap-sources-nyc-congressman-plead-guilty-27786639



Interesting to see - what will be

Hey... its okay ... it just started (and many aren't around)

Will get good attention over the holiday week.

AA Fem Officer Beaten & Loses Pension: Stopping Male Pale Cop Choking Handcuffed AA man

Justice is as justice does; and - in this case - justice didn't happen. In 2006, Carol Horne (pic below by Buffalo Bullet), was a 19 year veteran of the Buffalo, New York Police Department, who stood tall against a fellow officer (Gregory Kwiatkowski) brutality of choking a handcuffed black man (Neal Mack).

[font size=4 color=blue] Instead of being commended for doing the right thing -

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[font color=dark red size=4]Brutal Officer Testified Carol Horne Did NO Wrong![/font]

This firing and denial of pension is manifest injustice in the extreme. It occurred, in spite of the fact that officer Gregory Kwiatkowski (who has since been forced to retire due to other acts of brutality and racism) - actually is upon the public record stating that officer Carol Horne did NO Wrongs.

In this current age of national uproar about police brutality, including the choking death of another black man; officer Carol Horne's act of bravery crys foul loudly, about the injustices of police systems - nationwide - that appear to reward racism and brutality, while punishing good faith conduct.

Officer Kwiatkowski was called a hero, apparently for telling the "black bitch" to get her hands off him, when he punched officer Carol Horne hard enough that she had to have her bridge fixed.

From Buffalo Bullet journalist Chris Stevenson (pic below) we have these telltale remarks about the trial of Mr. Mack v Kwiatkowski.

What is clear to this commentator is that after all of this Mack clearly deserves an award, and I mean a substantial financial award. Nothing under 7 figures here. Pendergrass accomplishing less than this would make him as suspect to Mack, as Barbara Sims was to Carol. Kwiatkowski during and since Horne’s hearing and firing has done nothing more than get in more trouble time-after-time. There was the story I broke while with the Criterion where he was accused of initiating a beating on a South Buffalo man at a restaurant, there was two alleged altercations he got into along the Transit Rd. strip, both against police officers, one was at a bar and Grille where a transit cop (James A. Delacy; who is also the son of a prominent local auto dealer) was beaten down by Lt. Kwiatkowski and his cop buddies after he tried to warn them of how it looked bad for them to be in uniform drinking in a bar. Risman’s mission today is no different than when he was on the Corporation Counsel, to be the stopper of huge rewards to black victims of police misconduct. It is a certainty he will use every trick in the book to prevent this from happening to Mack.

The next court date is tomorrow 9:30am, City Court Bldg., 50 Deleware 8th floor part 29.


Officer Carol Brown is a hero and should be honored - not disparaged!
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All the pictures above, are by the Buffalo Bullet.com. A journalist (Chris Stevenson pic below) from the Buffalo Bullet, has been on the case since the beginning. Chris notes that everyone has tried to bury the case into history (apparently - including Carol Horne's own attorney {Barbara Sims}), as Mr. Stevenson reflects in his recent online article

"Neal Mack Trial Revives Tense Moments of 2006" -


as Chris Stevenson states;

All the people who wanted to put the Cariol (Carol) J. Horne case to bed-from the Buffalo Police Department, to Horne’s last attorney Barbara Sims to Sim’s newspaper the Buffalo Criterion as well as the Buffalo’s other black newspaper the Challenger Community News-are not having a lot of success. Some post-criminal and peripheral cases have been kept alive by 1.David Neal Mack’s court cases. 2.Greg Kwiatkowski’s ego.




If, but for nothing else, Chris Stevenson is one of my heroes, for his campaign against the death penalty.

Chris Stevenson is a regular columnist for blackcommentator, Political Affairs Magazine, and a syndicated columnist. Follow him on Twitter, and Facebook, you don’t have to join any of them. Watch his video commentary Policy & Prejudice and The Network for clbTV. Sign his Petition to permanently Abolish the Death Penalty @ Change.org.

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[font size=5] PLEASE Sign PETITION to Reinstate Carol Horne's Pension[/font]
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Have looked hard to find a petition for Carol Horne and came up empty. So I've started one for us at Change.org. Please sign and pass around? Let's tell Buffalo that America is watching what their Buffalo, New York City Council will do; and how its decision will help quell the rising tide of admocity - or seek to calm raging "sees"!
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[font size=6]UPDATE[/font]
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[font size=4 color=red]Officer Lt. Kwiatkowski holds down black youth and shoots him with BB Gun![/font]

Pic above, is from link of Local Channel 7 News (WKBW) video page that has this to say about the case;
http://www.wkbw.com/news/bpd-officers-pension-could-be-reinstated
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FREE THOUGHT PROJECT NOTES:

[font size=3 color=red] One of teens abused by Kwiatkoski, was a Police Officers son.[/font]

In May of this year Kwiatkowski and two other officers were indicted for civil rights violations against four black teenagers, just days before the statute of limitations was due to expire. One of the teens was also the son of a Buffalo police officer.
Read more at http://thefreethoughtproject.com/police-departments-good-cops-buffalo-officer-fired-stopping-brutality/#8jitFwFyB5uyb8Ps.99



The Buffalo Common Council is holding a special meeting on Officer Horne's case Tuesday and may reinstate her pension.

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[font size=6 color=Blue] FANTASTIC UPDATE[/font]


[font size=4 color=dark red] Journalist Chris Stevenson THANKS us for the Petition Signing![/font]

Informed Chris of Buffalo Bullet, about the PETITION;
and asked what happened to Mack's case.

Here's his response to me on Facebook!
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Chris Stevenson reply to Laser
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After Mack's last loss a couple years ago he has since hired a new attorne out of Rochester, I haven't talked much about it to him since, but I have to call him anyway. Thanks for stating a New Cariol Holloman-Horne petition, she is on the road now but would be delighted to hear about this.

https://www.facebook.com/pointblank009/posts/10204274175909601?comment_id=10204284066436858¬if_t=comment_mention


Very Cool - let's get it to 100 - Today!
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Judge won't release former Alabama Governor Siegelman on appeal bond

Source: Tuscaloosa News quoting Associated Press report

MONTGOMERY | A federal judge on Thursday refused to free former Alabama Gov. Don Siegelman from prison while he continues to appeal his 2006 bribery conviction.

Siegelman has raised significant issues, but the 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals is unlikely to grant Siegelman a new trial since the court has already rejected similar arguments from his co-defendant, Richard Scrushy, U.S. District Judge Clay Land of Georgia said in his 31-page order.

Siegelman attended a Monday hearing in Montgomery before Land while shackled and wearing a red jail jumpsuit. The former Democratic governor is arguing his 2006 trial was tainted by the involvement of a prosecutor with ties to GOP politics. His lawyers also say the trial judge made legal mistakes when sentencing Siegelman.

Then-U.S. Attorney Leura Canary announced her recusal from the investigation in 2002, three years before Siegelman was indicted, after Siegelman's lawyer made an issue of her husband's work in GOP politics. Siegelman's lawyers argued she still remained improperly involved in the case.


Read more: http://www.tuscaloosanews.com/article/20141218/NEWS/141219657?tc=cr



THIS IS BULL----- of the highest {dis}ORDER

There are several witnesses (and ex Karl Rove gal Jill Simpson);
who have testified that U.S. Attorney Canary faked her recusal.

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LINK Of Governor Siegelman's appeal to 11th Circuit - detailing U.S. Attorney Canary bad faith dealings.

http://media.al.com/wire/other/Siegelman%20appeal%20to11th%20Circuit.pdf

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K&R ... wish Senator Warren had more power

archaic banter about draconian methods

Just wait until Mitt,ns is POTUS

Waterboarding and 12 yr old youth huntings will be weekly entertainment allotments training for the annual purge sacrifice to the gonnabe g0d one day.

And Cheney will be the USAG

after the new black op of Cuba upon Miami
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