Apr 17, 2006

457 Reminders - Just Say "No, Thank You..."

to graft!


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Here's 15 more....

Jack Abramoff

All his buddies in congress, and Howard Ahmanson.


10:52 PM  
Blogger Jackie said...

I already downloaded your picture little angel because the one that you were supposed to send me must have gotten lost. I will be 21 again with dark brown hair and a sexy shape before I got the picture from you. That's why I did the next best thibg and download the picture of choice that of Patrick J. Fitzgerald. Just wating for it to be signing by you.

10:56 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

Nice photo and again, congratulations! I'm sure you and your staff have worked very hard for this. :)

11:02 PM  
Anonymous t said...

That really is a good color for you on the suit. Try not to move around so much on camera-when you began your talk. ( I do that too, which is why I noticed ;-)

You looked great on camera and you did stop moving after a minute or so. Poor guy, it isn't enough just to be a brilliant prosecutor...

11:06 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

You should mail those 457 reminders of Gov. Ryan and the "Just Say No Thank You" to all the current and future evil doers. Personally, I would stamp Gov. Ryan and all evil doers that you capture the words: "say no thank you to graft" on their foreheads and have in all crooks' 8x10 cell a picture of you as a reminder that if they do to crime, then they will do the time!

11:07 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Final note,

From Jason Leopold:

State Department Memo: '16 Words' Were False
By Jason Leopold
t r u t h o u t | Report
Monday 17 April 2006

"Iraq's interest in the yellowcake caught the attention of Mohamed ElBaradei, the head of the International Atomic Energy Association. ElBaradei had read a copy of the National Intelligence Estimate and had personally contacted the State Department and the National Security Council in hopes of obtaining evidence so his agency could look into it.
ElBaradei sent a letter to the White House and the National Security Council (NSC) in December 2002, warning senior officials he thought the documents were forgeries and should not be cited by the administration as evidence that Iraq was actively trying to obtain WMDs.
ElBaradei said he never received a written response to his letter, despite repeated follow-up calls he made to the White House, the NSC and the State Department.
Vice President Dick Cheney, who made the rounds on the cable news shows that month, tried to discredit ElBaradei's conclusion that the documents were forged.
"I think Mr. ElBaradei frankly is wrong," Cheney said. "[The IAEA] has consistently underestimated or missed what it was Saddam Hussein was doing. I don't have any reason to believe they're any more valid this time than they've been in the past."
As it turns out, ElBaradei was correct, the declassified State Department memo now shows."


More bad news for the Gerbil and company and that bogus "16 words" speech from the Gerbil's State of Denial Address. Good Night! Have a good evening! Signing off!

11:10 PM  
Anonymous t said...

SPC, Pictures of Fitz, kind of like a "Scared Straight by Fitz"- if I still worked in juvenile corrections, I'd do it.

The kids would have liked it, most were disappointed when OJ walked, belive it or not. But it would certainly mean more in a Fed pen!

11:10 PM  
Anonymous Up in Michigan said...

Have you been working out? Lookin' good, PJ!

4:12 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

US Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld dismissed calls for his resignation by a group of retired generals, telling conservative talk show host Rush Limbaugh that "this too will pass."

Rumsfeld made no direct reference during the live interview with Limbaugh to the six retired generals who called for his resignation, but he suggested that his defense has only begun.

"You know, this, too, will pass," he said when Limbaugh asked him how it felt to go from sex symbol to having "practically the entire media jump on the case of these six generals demanding your ouster?"

5:34 AM  
Anonymous e said...

457 crime formats proramed in that brain of yours and your staffs..so a light bulb goes on when working new cases...
no matter what't new you'll crack the cases
457 ways to blow your cover...new song

6:00 AM  
Blogger Contessa37 said...

Mr. Fitzgerald,

You looked marveleous! Congratulations on a great job.

As an employee of my state's Motor Vehicle Admin. I find it highly offensive that a Governor issued an illegal drivers license. I really felt awful for the family who lost all of their children in that car accident that was caused by that you know what.

I was watching WGN news on cable last night, where they interviewed Ryan's neighbors. His neighbors were like, well he was a good guy. He was nice to me. Give me a frickin break!

The man did wrong and he should pay for the rest of his natural life. I don't care if he is a Republican or Democrat.

Mr. Fitzgerald, Again great job now go get Karl Rove and company.

6:38 AM  
Anonymous 6 Miles said...

PJF and staff
always good to see the good guys win.
truth and justice shall prevail-

keep taking the bad guys down and keeping our streets/Oval clean

7:43 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Patrick J. Fitzgerald prolly gonna end up in the sexist man alive issue of "People" magazine. Be humble always, don't forget your special lass, that liked you even with your mixed matched socks....

9:20 AM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Good Morning/Afternoon/Evening Folks!

Happy Tuesday!

Teak: My deepest sympathy to the Kansas folks that have to barf on the site of Dead Eye Cheney's presence. Look both way before you cross the street and duck in Chney's presence. You never know if he carries his hunting rifle!

In the news:

1. From Thinkprogress.org:

Rumsfeld: War Critics Being Manipulated By Zarqawi and Bin Laden’s ‘Media Committees’

Yesterday on Rush Limbaugh

"There have always been people who have opposed wars…I think we just have to accept it, that people have a right to say what they want to say, and to have an acceptance of that and recognize that the terrorists, Zarqawi and bin Laden and Zawahiri, those people have media committees.
They are actively out there trying to manipulate the press in the United States. They are very good at it. " Right... The nursing home is calling Rummy's name.

2. Like Carl Berstein's article in Vanity Fair. He is the expert in examining the Watergate/Plamegate/Gerbilgate saga. From Truthout.org. Here is some excerpts:

Senate Hearings on Bush, Now
By Carl Bernstein
Vanity Fair
Monday 17 April 2006

"But the truth is we have no trustworthy official record of what has occurred in almost any aspect of this administration, how decisions were reached, and even what the actual policies promulgated and approved by the president are. Nor will we, until the subpoena powers of the Congress are used (as in Watergate) to find out the facts - not just about the war in Iraq, almost every aspect of it, beginning with the road to war, but other essential elements of Bush's presidency, particularly the routine disregard for truthfulness in the dissemination of information to the American people and Congress.

The first fundamental question that needs to be answered by and about the president, the vice president, and their political and national-security aides, from Donald Rumsfeld to Condoleezza Rice, to Karl Rove, to Michael Chertoff, to Colin Powell, to George Tenet, to Paul Wolfowitz, to Andrew Card (and a dozen others), is whether lying, disinformation, misinformation, and manipulation of information have been a basic matter of policy - used to overwhelm dissent; to hide troublesome truths and inconvenient data from the press, public, and Congress; and to defend the president and his actions when he and they have gone awry or utterly failed.
Most of what we have learned about the reality of this administration - and the disconcerting mind-set and decision-making process of President Bush himself - has come not from the White House or the Pentagon or the Department of Homeland Security or the Treasury Department, but from insider accounts by disaffected members of the administration after their departure, and from distinguished journalists, and, in the case of a skeletal but hugely significant body of information, from a special prosecutor."


I like Bernstein's spin on this Watergate replica of the Administration!

9:34 AM  
Blogger GrandmaNuk said...

SPB...I think each and every administration is guilty of dissemination, manipulating the truth,
working the system to make itself look
good, but most are not guilty of using these techniques to the same criminal end that this administration has been
particularly deft at pursuing.

I think one would have to go back to the dark ages to find politicians, in general, that aren't guilty of truth manipulation....maybe not even

10:19 AM  
Blogger agata said...

"We learn from history that we do not learn from history" - whoever said that was damn right about that. Corruption and dirt in politics became so prevalent that many people take it as a natural way of doing business.Where there's power, there's corruption and abuse - somebody just has to do it. It was in the past and it will be in the future, hopefully on a smaller and smaller scale.

10:30 AM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

I agree Grandmunuk! The whole entire WH administration (meaning the major players who were invloved directly and indirectly) should all be held responsible to the fullest for hoodwinking the American people. There is some staff members who are not indirectly or directly involved in this corrupted WH have the live with the fact and shame of working for this Administration. And you notice the qualified members that had bailed out from the Administration from the get go because they smelled trouble from the Gerbil in his second term. And they didn't want their hands dirty and they all claimed that they needed to spend time with their families. But, come November, the American people can turn this country around in the right direction and clean the public sink that has been so tainted too long!

10:45 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

There will be no official cleaning out, Fitzgerald unless the voting machines are handled once and for all


Otherwise we will get more of the same puppets and puppeteers!!!

12:25 PM  
Blogger Kit Neill said...

Definitely I agree, a great look for you. Bringing down the bad guys gives one an aura, or is that a halo?
Success agrees with you, keep at it! We're with you all the way.

1:39 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

I'm telling you, folks! Buckaroo McFelon is good as gone from the WH." In a developing story from Raw Story: White House press slams McClellan on Rumsfeld: Soon"
First speculation of his replacement and now this.

1:45 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I hope you are the Gandhian version of Jack Bauer of 24. Conrad Black, Jack Ryan, Scooter Libby and I really hope you lasso in Karl Rove, Dick Cheney, and of course the liar-in-chief, George W.

4:24 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

McFelon is out, Rove is on his way out!


Biloxi gets them dead right every time!

11:12 PM  

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