May 8, 2020

Even more satisfaction

When will the corrupt FBI agents and prosecutors in he General Flynn case be booted and or prosecuted  for their role in this political banana republic persecution sham?

Who is going to reimburse the good general for the hundreds of thousands in legal fees fighting the bogus charges?

Today’s FBI makes the years under J Edgar seem like the height of respectability.

It sure looks like the Obama stocked the system with political hacks.

The O isn’t clean in any of this. We all know it.


B said...

Indeed. Until people are prosecuted for this sort of shit, and the .Gov employees lose their retirements and the benefits, and spend time in prison for stuff like this, it will continue to happen.

The sad part is we can no longer (if we ever could have) trust the Department of "Justice".

Ed Bonderenka said...

I see no one suggesting that he might sue the Covington law firm that (mis)represented him and apeared to be colluding with the prosecution.
He paid them.
They owe him.
Big time.

The big story is that the prosecutors pulled the case, and they only did that under pressure from Barr.
What happens to them?
I trust an example will be made of them.

Ed Bonderenka said...

Ed Bonderenka said...

BARR: Well, as I said in my confirmation hearing, one of the reasons I came back is because I was concerned that people were feeling there were two standards of justice in this country. And that the political and that the justice, or the law enforcement process was being used to play political games. And I wanted to make sure that we restore confidence in the system. There’s only one standard of justice. And I believe that this case, that justice in this case requires dismissing the charges against General Flynn.


♦ Q: Are the actions you’re taking today bigger than the Flynn case?

Well, I think they are bigger because I hope that it sends the message that there is one standard of justice in this country. And that’s the way it will be. It doesn’t matter what political party you’re in, or, you know, whether you’re rich or poor. We will follow the same standard for everybody. Was there a crime committed, do we believe a crime was committed? And do we have the evidence to prove it beyond a reasonable doubt? And we don’t think either of those standards were applicable here.

Ed Bonderenka said...

BARR: Right. Well U.S. Attorney Jensen since January has been investigating this. And he reported to me last week.

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