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Posted 01 June 2018 - 06:38 AM

Dinesh D’Souza - A Chronology 

 

  D’Souza makes an anti-Obama film  

The justice department targets D’Souza for investigation & finds a minor violation of election law

 

 

D’Souza bludgeoned into a plea by a threat to add a redundant charge with a 5 year prison term

 

Middle class revolt elects Trump president.

Trump fires the Obama attorney and pardons  D’Souza

 

 

 

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Posted 22 July 2018 - 09:52 AM

Licensed to Lie: Exposing Corruption in the Department of Justice 

 

So many lives ruined because a few (or many) justice department lawyers apparently valued their own upward career mobility over the very reason for their existence in their positions...JUSTICE. To lie, to cheat, to win at all costs (not their's) is the game.

 

To treat defendants as numbers instead of human beings who deserve the presumption of innocence and the right to a speedy defense (that doesn't take years from someone's life) seems the rule.

 

To spend millions of taxpayer dollars to drag out lengthy trials over many years is just an advantage to be taken while the lies continue and the defendant's bank accounts are emptied. 

 

Senator Ted Stevens of Alaska was convicted, and would lose his bid for re-election. His conviction was eventually overturned, for gross prosecutorial misconduct.

 

It was in this case that Judge Sullivan ordered an investigation of the prosecutors – which is so rarely done – for failure to provide the “Brady” evidence, essentially withholding key evidence that would have exonerated Senator Stevens.  

 

...later the suicide of Federal prosecutor Nicholas Marsh, who played a lead role in the Stevens prosecution. 

 

 

 

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