Your Department of Justice at Work

Clarice Feldman at reminds us of how corrupt our Department of Justice is headed by Eric (Marc Rich pardon) Holder. It is worth thinking about, especially in light of the Fast and Furious case, which seems headed for a coverup.

The past week saw a tardy footnote explaining in part how the Administration was able to cram ObamaCare down the throats of Americans who overwhelmingly opposed (and still oppose) it. After the government spent $ 1.8 million dollars to defend the Justice Department lawyers who prosecuted the late Senator Ted Stevens, Judge Sullivan announced he was going to make public the 500 page report of the independent investigation of this team. In doing so he observed what I said long ago:

“The government’s ill-gotten verdict in the case not only cost that public official his bid for re-election, the results of that election tipped the balance of power in the United States Senate,” Sullivan wrote. “That the government later moved to dismiss the indictment with prejudice and vacate the verdict months after the trial does not eradicate the misconduct, nor should it serve to shroud that misconduct in secrecy.”

The Attorney General has taken no disciplinary action against the prosecutors, and Judge Sullivan’s remarks were not broadly publicized, but I want you to read and remember them. An innocent , respected Senator was tried and convicted and lost his office, and the Republicans their Senate majority — paving the way for ObamaCare — because of the unlawful, unethical, unprofessional conduct of federal prosecutors, who we then paid a fortune to defend and who have not ever been punished for what they did.

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