Apr 18, 2006

Rumsfeld Resignation Watch...

President Bush, as our self-proclaimed "decider," who ya gonna call?

Jack Murtha - 100/1
Wes Clark - 75/1
Colin Powell - 50/1
John McCain - 20/1
George Ryan - 15/1
Kenny Boy - 10/1
Duke Cunningham - 8/1
Brownie - 6/1
Katherine Harris - 4/1
Chuck Hagel - 3/1
Pat Roberts - 2/1
Donald Rumsfeld - 1/1



Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

It should read: what are the chances of Rummy being committed to a nursing home? The man is not well. This may not be Bush's call to ask for Rummy's resignation. Bush has a lot to lose if he let go Rummy. Let's not forgot the 6 million that Rummy got frim his investment in the bird flu. But, I will say to watch out for Josh Bolten. Mr. Bolten has been giving too much power from the Gerbil. Rummy would be gone from WH if the Gerbil and company felt that he was indepensible. A lot of leaders and politicians have been bellyaching over Rummy to be removed. But, it will take a big major shakeup of major players in the WH to dump Rummy!

9:27 AM  
Blogger agata said...

I almost feel sorry for Rumsfeld, he'll be gone in an instant when he's not needed or when he's not "comfortable" to have him around in the White House, but then again, that's politics.

9:30 AM  
Blogger Former Fed said...

I don't think it matters one way or another if Rummy departs the scene.

The Bush Administration is so rotten throughout that getting rid of one person - even though he should have resigned long ago - isn't going to make any difference.

I truly think the only thing that can start to clean up the mess in DC is the work that Fitz and other honest prosecutors are doing and for the Democrats to take control of one branch of Congress so they can start some investigations with subpoena power.

9:39 AM  
Anonymous Master said...

Former Fed, you may leave the temple and give me back that pebble!

9:46 AM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...


Looks like McFelon beat Rummy to the punch for unemployment. News development from Raw Story:

"Bush may replace McClellan with Iraq spokesman"

I could have won a bet! I knew McFelon would be history from the Gerbil and company!

10:12 AM  
Blogger GrandmaNuk said...

Interesting that Josh Bolten has been given the authority to get rid of any all staff that he sees fit. Once again, the delegating MBA president is too disengaged to do the hard work himself. DELEGATE..DELEGATE..DELEGATE

Maybe that's the reason there is so little accountability in this corrupt, evil and incompetent administration..so much responsibility
has been booted to someone else, there's no one really running the store. Abominable!

Come on NOVEMBER 7th!

10:13 AM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

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10:19 AM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

I guess MBA stands for Massive Bank Account President? That is how the Gerbil has been treating this country like an open checking account. The Gerbil has given so much power to Bolten (man who couldn't do his job from his former position as Director of Budget) that it is a bit scary. And you haven't a word from Rove, the architect. There is certainly a power struggle and rifts with certain major players in the WH!

10:22 AM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

I spoke too soon, folks! Bush named the person to replace Bolten old job: Director of Management and Budget. From WSJ:

Bush Names Portman
Next Budget Director

"WASHINGTON – President Bush nominated Trade Representative Rob Portman as the White House budget director, turning to a Washington insider and longtime friend as part of an effort to re-energize the administration and boost the president's record-low approval ratings."

And who is this guy?

"A former Republican congressman from Ohio, Mr. Portman is a longtime Bush family friend and congressional dealmaker. It was just a year ago that Mr. Bush tapped Mr. Portman to succeed Robert Zoellick as his top trade negotiator."
Ohio? huh? Spells bad news! BTW, it was rumored that the Hammer would have this job. DeLay lost out!

10:29 AM  
Blogger GrandmaNuk said...

SPB....or Mismanaged

10:44 AM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

That's good one, Grandmanuk! And don't forget the Gerbil's PEP program that he has been selling to the public for two terms. PEP stands for Program with Empty Promises!

10:48 AM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...


Update on the Enron Case. Well, Berkowitz is "sticking it to the man" Unskilling Skilling. From WSJ:

Skilling: Shaken and Stirred
Posted by Peter Lattman

“Shaken,” “testy,” “about to crack,” “edgy,” and “challenging.” The Law Blog knows he’s supposed to describe things with nouns and verbs, but this morning he can’t help himself. The above adjectives which filled my notebook describe Jeffrey Skilling during this morning’s first hour-and-a-half of testimony. He’s talking over Berkowitz, interrupting him, and visibly displaying far more frustration than he did yesterday. Here are some snippets:

In addressing a comment from Berkowitz that accused Enron of entering in to questionable transactions to make its numbers, Skilling challenged him to “go ahead and show me something.” Responded Berkowitz, with a smile on his face: “We’ll get there.”
After Berkowitz showed exhibits displaying that Enron’s venture portfolio (also called merchant investments) was in trouble, Skilling said, “You’re misrepresenting the merchant assets.” Skilling added that focusing on the bad investments was like looking at baseball standings and focusing only on the worst teams. “Let’s not talk about baseball, let’s talk about Enron,” said Berkowitz.
In an exchange about whether the risk group was telling him about the troubled venture investments, Berkowitz asked, “The documents will speak for exactly what they were telling you?” Skilling wisecracked: “I guess so.”
Throughout the morning, Skilling showed exasperation over how Berkowitz was characterizing things. “I will grant you that,” responded Skilling. “I will give you that,” snapped Skilling. “I will stipulate to that,” said Skilling. Each time, these were followed with a “but” clause in which Skilling attempted to parse distinctions between his viewpoint and the government’s. It struck the Law Blog as desperate.
Skilling’s wife Rebecca, who was in the courtroom every day last week for the direct examination, has been conspicuously absent during cross. We suspect it’s really hard to watch a loved one get beaten up, and that’s exactly what’s going on this morning."

Peter, forgot the word "desperate" for Skilling. Go Sean Go!

Score: Berkowitz 2: Unskilled Skilling 0

11:00 AM  
Blogger teak said...

Cheney must have arrived in Kansas, a sonic boom just shook my house, LOL. That hasn't happened in a long time.

(I live about 20 miles from the nuclear plant, so that is scary sometimes, too.)

11:02 AM  
Anonymous jodi said...

Although I vote Democrat, I am proud that Chuck Hagel is from my state (NE). I hope he continues to speak out against Bush and this corrupt Administration.

11:59 AM  
Anonymous Snoop fo Shizzle said...

Rumsfeld it is time ta go n S-H-to-tha-izzit. In mah neighborhood you would be found in tha trizzay of a ride witta few caps in yo ass fo yo beyotch ass. I would brotha condone sizzay an act since I am a lova n not a fighta.

If President Dizzy called upon me to replace you I would be stoked ta oversee a massive retreat you see ta bring our playas back home in one piecizzle.


11:59 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Watch out for Dead Eye dick!!!

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!!!

Its time for more INDICTMENTS, and resignations!!!!!

12:27 PM  
Anonymous Special Prosecizzle Biloxi said...

It should read: whiznat is tha chances of Rummy being committed ta a hatin' home? The dawg is not wiznell. This may not be Bush's call ta ask fo` Rummy's resignizzles. Bizzy has a lot ta lose if he let go Rummy . You'se a flea and I'm the big dogg. Let's not forgot tha 6 million tizzy Rummy gots frizzim his investment in tha bird flu. Bizzle I wizzy say ta wizzay out fo` Jizzy Bolten. Mr in tha dogg pound. Bolten has bizzle dippin' too mizzay killa from tha Gerbil. Rummy would be gone fizzy WH if tha Gerbil n company F-to-tha-izzelt tizzy he was indepensible . I'm a mfin 2-time felon.. A lot of playa n politizzles have bizzy bellyaching over Rummy ta be removed. B-to-tha-izzut, it wizzle takes a big major shakeup of major playa in tha WH ta dump Rummy!

12:41 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Special Prosecizzle Biloxi:

Very funny! I should nominate you to replace Scotty "Buckaroo" McFelon as the WH Press Secretary. There would never be a dull moment!

12:46 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...


More of the Enron Trial. It should resuming after lunch break. But, this is the highlights of Berkowitz's crossexamination of Skilling:

"HOUSTON — Berkowitz finished the morning session attacking Skilling with accusations that Enron, at his direction, manipulated its numbers at the end of the quarter.

He set it up by reading into the record a 1998 speech by then-SEC commissioner Arthur Leavitt decrying “earnings management” and suggesting that it was a major problem in corporate America.

Against that backdrop, Berkowitz asked Skilling, “Is it inappropriate for a corporation to make last minute changes to solely meet an earnings target?” Skilling responded yes, that it was inappropriate.

Berkowitz and Skilling then engaged in a massive game of he said-she said. Berkowitz showcased testimony from Paula Rieker and Mark Koenig in which they both suggested that Skilling had a role in making a last-minute change to fourth quarter 1999 earnings from .30 to .31 cents to meet Wall Street estimates. Skilling said he has no recollection of that. “I want to say more strongly than ‘I don’t remember,’” he said. “I’m thinking there’s a good chance it did not occur.”

The defense argues that Rieker and Koenig — who have both pleaded guilty to crimes — have been pressured by the government to lie in exchange for lighter sentences.

In the midst of Berkowitz and Skilling volleying back and forth on the second alleged episode of “earnings management” — the second quarter of 2000 — the court broke for lunch."

I think that Skilling swallow the same pill the little soldier had: The Gillgan's defense!

1:34 PM  
Blogger Former Fed said...

God love and protect the Marines!!!

From Raw Story:

"A military judge Tuesday ordered an Army general who commanded the detention center at Guantanamo Bay to testify at the court martial of a dog handler in the Abu Ghraib prison scandal.

The judge, Marine Lt. Col. Paul McConnell, agreed to allow attorneys to question Maj. Gen. Geoffrey Miller during the trial of Sgt. Santos A. Cardona, who is accused of using his dog to abuse inmates at Abu Ghraib in Iraq."

Miller is one of the worst of the generals. Most of the torture guidance seems to trace back to him.

Fitz, how are you on UCMJ? I'm sure you could nail Miller in your spare time.

1:43 PM  
Blogger Kit Neill said...

Replacing Bush insiders with more Bush insiders will not solve the problem. That Administration is so far in the hole - and ignoring the first rule of being in a hole, stop digging! - they can no longer see daylight.

1:44 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

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1:56 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

I just ran across this article. I will repeat my battle cry again: Where in the hell is Osama Bin Laden???? Seems like this Saudi is more concerned than the Gerbil:

Bin Laden's Capture Should Be U.S. Priority, Saudi Envoy Says

"Prince Turki al-Faisal, who met with bin Laden years ago as Saudi intelligence chief, criticized the ``lack of resources'' devoted to finding bin Laden. ``He should be a primary target for the United States and the world community,'' Turki said yesterday in an interview in Washington."


Sorry, Prince! Hate to break it to you. The Gerbil and company made no inkling to finding Bin Laden. We are dealing with the big old toad sitting on the lily pad honking louder than ever to "stay the course" when we need to change the Gerbil's course pronto!

1:59 PM  
Anonymous 6 miles from the corrupted oval said...

former fed: I disagree. I do believe in this administration, Rummy has been left to 'run wild' and in doing so, has caused many unnecessary deaths, depeleted depths of available force [if he had gone w/Tommy Franks initial request for troops, I truly don't believe we'd be in the dire mess we are in now], depleted moral and lack of respect for those that have the history and ability to 'game' out what is needed.

He's "disconnected" just like that ass in the Oval Bush and Cheney. Never sure which has really got their finger on the button, but sure looks like their both fighting for the red one to push on Iran.

If you got rid of Rummy it would be the linchpin in which other subsequent/causal relationships would occur. All good in for our troops and safety here and abroad.

2:09 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This is the most Zionist administration in history. It is filled to the brim with dual-loyalty Israelis and Ukrainians from the Likud, Labor and other parties.

All the neocons have run this administration into the ground and killed it- none of them have any credibility left.

McFelon is next to be fired, and I was right!

2:33 PM  
Anonymous 6 Miles. said...

Uhm, no, not even for an instant do I feel one morsel of 'sorry' for "Rummy".

--> deliberately sent less troops than requested/gamed out by those leading the effort in 2003.
---> has consistently denied their is a problem with 'inferior' gear.
hello. does HE go anywhere without an armored car? GIRLFRIEND DOESN"T THINK SO.

So, next time you feel sorry for
"RUMMY" may I suggest a visit to Bethesda Naval Hospital to go see those whom are missing limbs because of his lack fortitude in assuring the troops had 'the best' gear; or may I suggest a visit to Arlington Cemetary? Or perhaps a visit to a child of less than 5 yrs old without mummy or daddy because of Rummy.

No, no remorse. Out with THE TRASH.

3:05 PM  
Blogger agata said...

You are perfectly right, 6_miles. But there's no denying that there are more people that should be dealt with and I wouldn't want to see only Rumsfeld going down the drain.

3:30 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...


More of the afternoon's Enron Trial. And all I can say is Berkowitz is nailing Skilling. Unskilling Skilling should have never took the stand at all. Berkowitz with his smart strategy knew what button to push on this nimrod. From WSJ:

April 18, 2006, 3:18 pm
Skilling Cracks
Posted by Peter Lattman

HOUSTON — On the second day of his cross-examination, Skilling cracked.
Reporters who have covered him for years have insisted that at some point he would lose his temper, but the Law Blog doubted that someone so smart, so polished, and so well-rehearsed would actually lose it. We were wrong.
Berkowitz was finishing his line of questions about “earnings management” and suggesting that Enron, at Skilling’s direction, set up reserve accounts to meet its quarterly numbers. He ended his line of questioning the same way he started, by reading into the record then-SEC chairman Arthur Levitt’s 1998 speech on “earnings management.” The gist of the excerpt from the speech was that companies that manipulate financial reports were deceiving American investors.
At that point Berkowitz said, “Let’s move on.”
“Let’s not move on!” Skilling shot back at Berkowitz as he karate-chopped his arm through the air. These were not financial reports, pleaded Skilling, these were intra-quarter reserves. Whether that’s a valid distinction or not, it was lost on everyone in the courtroom. What people — and undoubtedly the jury — will remember, is that on the second day of his cross-examination, Skilling lost it."
And indeed, Skilling is losing it.

3:40 PM  
Anonymous t said...

6 miles, I am with you all the way...no tears for Rummy. Gallows, perhaps, tears no.

They have not one bit of conscience or loyalty to this democracy. Dual loyalties are unAmerican and deserve a one way ticket straight to hell.

As me Granny says "There's no fool like an old fool and that group is nothing but."

3:53 PM  
Anonymous 6 Miles said...

may we suggest a change of venue for the Dumbya girls?

May I suggest for them a tour in Iraq or Iran as their Daddy is professing,
without sufficient gear,
without armored vehicles,
so they may experience first hand what hell their 'daddy' has wrought on their fellow American.

oh, and to hear 'Babs' say, "well, their better off now" like the folks from Katrina, well, that would be just desserts, eh?

4:05 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


Tommy Franks? He wasn't worried about bin Laden either.

4:10 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

I think Rumsfeld wanted to resign a couple of times but Bush said no, and I think he knows he would have a difficult time finding anyone to take that postion. Who would want it now?

4:21 PM  
Anonymous 6 Miles. said...

no, wasn't tommy franks' mission.

guys in the military have an interesting way of 'following orders'. someone else's mission to pursue Bin Laden...

his included not only the invasion and presumption of authority in iraq but also the scope of the deck of cards for those on iraqi soil

4:22 PM  
Anonymous 6 Miles. said...


well. I think a retired general or Powell could do better.

the denigration of taking $ to 'deck out one's vacation home' while guys are dying because you wouldn't spend the extra $2 to $5 dollars per kevlar vest is rather

despicable and repugnant at best.

dunno, think St Peter won't like it either.

4:24 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

6 miles..
I agree totally with you and I do believe Powell or a retired General
could do much better than Rummy, however, would Powell take the job now, knowing what he knows?

4:26 PM  
Anonymous 6 Miles. said...

would want to believe he is a Man's Man and if asked, would do so.

If he's any where a real military man, he's already thought of how he would do so, and God willing, would offer to do as well.

Only in 5 to 15 years from now, will the men and women of this Iraqi war realize, their attempt in vain to accomplish the impossible while those who sent them were out picking daisies and worrying about the latest shoe styles [or attempting to get a date w/PJF].

Vile. Absolutely vile.

4:31 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

I just read this on Americablog. The "decider" formally known as the Gerbil is so concerned about the gas prices?

"President George W. Bush said on Tuesday he is "concerned" about high gasoline prices, and pledged that the government will keep a close watch out for profiteering."

"I'm concerned about higher gasoline prices," Bush said. "The government has the responsibility to make sure that we watch very carefully and investigate possible price-gouging, and we will do just that."

Excuse me, but was he so concerned about the Exxon Mobil company skyrocketing in profits and the man from ExxonMobil who is retiring with a retirement package about 400 million? He like a wind up toy that says the same thing over and over again. Next thing you know I will hear the Gerbil say: "Gee, I am so concerned about the American people using a skateboard to commute instead of a vehicle? I don't get it. The gas price is just only 6.00!"

4:48 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

AIPAC in hot water- Agents confiscate writers papers!

"The agents expressed interest in documents that would aid the government's case against two former lobbyists for the American Israel Public Affairs Committee, or AIPAC, who have been charged with disclosing classified information, said Kevin Anderson, the columnist's son.

In addition, the agents told the family they planned to remove from the columnist's archive - which has yet to be catalogued - any document they came across that was stamped "secret" or "confidential," or was otherwise classified.

"He would be rolling over in his grave to think that the FBI was going to go crawling through his papers willy-nilly," the younger Anderson told The Associated Press in an interview Tuesday.

His account is similar to conversations described by Mark Feldstein, a George Washington University journalism professor and Anderson biographer. Feldstein said he was visited by two agents at his Washington-area home in March.

"They flashed their badges and said they needed access to the papers," said Feldstein, a former investigative reporter. Anderson donated his papers to the university, but the family has not yet formally signed them over.

FBI Special Agent Richard Kolko, a spokesman in Washington, confirmed that the bureau wants to search the Anderson archive and remove classified materials before they are made available to the public. "It has been determined that, among the papers, there are a number of U.S. government documents containing classified information," Kolko said, declining to say how the FBI knows."


Fitzgerald, I sure hope you got some people supervising that snafu. The espionage activities, and criminal penalties for possessing classified information is serious!

And just think, AIPAC is under the impression this is all okay and will forward the cause of Zionism in the mid-east!

""We don't think there's anything related to the current investigation there, based on the time frame and dad's poor health," he said. "They made it clear they want to look at everything and by the way, if we find anything classified, we'll have to remove it. I suspect that's their real intention, to get through these papers before they become public."

Feldstein, who is writing a book about Anderson's relationship with Nixon, said the attempt is part of the "greatest assault on the news media since the Nixon administration."

The AIPAC case itself has raised questions about press freedoms because the former lobbyists, Steven Rosen and Keith Weissman, are accused of sharing information with reporters, among others.

At the same time, journalists have been questioned or subpoenaed in the investigation of who in the Bush administration leaked a CIA officer's identity and the Justice Department is probing who revealed the existence of the National Security Agency's warrantless eavesdropping program.

The agents who went to Feldstein's home asked if he had seen any classified documents, wanted the names of all graduate students who had looked through the papers and questioned him about where the documents are housed and who controls access to them."

Speaking of EXXON Mobil!


Greedy rich southern white guys are going to be probed by the SEC, says senators.

It is getting real hot in here, the election fraud and AIPAC!

5:15 PM  
Blogger Kit Neill said...

Read Bush's words, he said he was concerned about "profiteering" and "price gouging." In Bushland, $400 million is a fair and equitable reward for a fellow oilman. He sees profits, no matter how high, as fair; profiteering is what the other guy - read Democrat - does.

5:46 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

On Crooks and Liars, King Gerbil has spoken:

"Reporter: What do you say to the critics who believe that you are ignoring the advice of retired generals and military commanders who say there needs to be a change?

Bush: I say I listen to all voices but mine's the final decision and Don Rumsfeld is doing a fine job. He's not only transforming the military, he's fighting a war on terror - He's helping us fight a war on terror. I have strong confidence in Don Rumsfeld. I hear the voices and I read the front page and I know the speculation but I'm the decider and I decide what is best and what's best is for Don Rumsfeld to remain as the Secretary of defense. "

And there you have it, folks! The "Decider" has spoken. The Emperor with no clothes!


5:47 PM  
Blogger Kit Neill said...

I agree with former fed. Rumsfeld going is irrelevant at this point. And our Fitz should get 'em all!

5:48 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Well, course he does, Kit! For the Gerbil to use "profiteering" is a joke so is his words of watching the price gauging. ExxonMobil is in the backpocket of the Gerbil, Cheney, and among other cabinet members. Of course, Bush sees nothing but profit because that was on the original blueprint agenda from the Gerbil from the get go when he invaded Iraq on false pretenses, his corporate buddies made a killing from oil profits, gave big promotions and favor to his buddies, made back door deals with international countries and Saudias, used taxpayers' money for useless propaganda to possible invade Iran for oil and profits, and so on. But, I thought his statement was so lame as he screwed the middle class in this year's taxes by changing certain tax codes to benefit the waelthy and the tight squeeze financially from the American people to afford the gas prices!

5:58 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


Please immediately see my email messages that I sent to you, regarding anywhere that name is mentioned.

I need to see that name completely removed from here permanently.

Thank you,
- Orion -

6:06 PM  
Anonymous e said...

Powell did not stand up when the leaker in chief leaked ..he is not going to stand up now..Powell is technically connected to the Plame leak..

6:10 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


Please remove the name immediately from this blog's pages, as soon as you receive it.

Prosecutor Biloxi and Rosemary both have the email message for their review now.

- Orion -

6:24 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

6 miles:
I would definitely rather see Powell in Rummy's position. I concur he would do a better job.

(Who is trying to get a date with PJF?)

6:40 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

I have to agree with you on that statement. :)

6:48 PM  
Blogger Jackie said...

I get my news first hand and Rummy is running our military as they did during FDR days. My heart hurts to think of all our young kids that died based on lies and incompetence. We all know that people like Rummy will in up where its real hot.

8:17 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Final posting,

An update in the CIA Leak case:

News outlets resist Scooter Libby subpoenas

"WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A former White House aide fighting perjury charges should not get access to reporters' notes and other newsroom material because they have no relevance to his case, several news outlets told a U.S. judge on Tuesday."


In plain English, waste of time for the little soldier. He doesn't have a leg to stand on. With half a brain that he has, he should call Fitz at the Washington D.C. office and ask for a plea bargain and call it a day. Otherwise, the little soldier will join the fate of Gerbil and company with matching orange jumpsuits! Have a great evening, Signing off!

9:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


not too long in PJF-blog-dom world, there was a rather

'interesting' blog entry
...perhaps a wrong conclusion but, I've been coming here for a while and it would appear a little 'birdie' was sent to entice our own Clark Kent on a date with Ms Nordi Shoes.

9:04 PM  
Anonymous 6 Miles from Stinkus Ovalus said...

... Kit et al..

Make no mistake. Take out Rummy; and the corrupt WHIGs; the corrupt members of congress; and the corrupt Oval occupiers. Thats just for starters. Implode lobbyists while you're at it.

The whole lot just plain stinks worse than any cow-flop field you've ever had the pleasure of driving by on a hot summer day with the windows down.

9:12 PM  
Anonymous 6 Miles. said...

Shopping anyone?

Libby still shopping for defense material.

perhaps he should get tips from Condi.

9:19 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

""" I hear the voices and I read the front page and I know the speculation but I'm the decider""

Oh Dear God he's hearing the Voices again!!! And now even admitting to reading the FRONT page.Well thats progress.

Call his Doctor quickly.

9:32 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


Rummy should stay the course....

11:36 PM  
Anonymous waterflake said...

Good morning everybody,

Bush speaking about Gas what a coincident that Iran is the country having some of the biggest gas fields in the world and that:
Teheran and Beijing signed a contract on the development of the Yadavaran gas field which has an estimated worth of 70 Billion US$

crime of transporting oil

As Biloxi is saying, connect the dots and get the bigger picutre.
SPB great time, thanks for sending it over and all the work!

3:26 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The official police report on Rep. Cynthia McKinney's clash with a Capitol Hill police officer three weeks ago says the DeKalb County congresswoman struck the officer "in his chest with [a] closed fist."

The "event report" — obtained Tuesday by The Atlanta Journal-Constitution — describes the altercation as an assault on a police officer.

5:31 AM  
Anonymous e said...


Jackie..a new picture of Fitz here..

7:24 AM  
Blogger GrandmaNuk said...

Allrighty then:

The "decider" has spoken....translation for those out
here in real time: stubborn, pigheaded commitment to personnel and policies that aren't working but are definitely resolved to "staying the course". Since we
didn't know what exactly "staying
the course" was before, we now have a perfectly clear picture. Thanks for the clarification Mr. Bush.

7:59 AM  
Anonymous jodi said...

It's official now. Snotty Scotty McFelon has resigned.

8:48 AM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Just heard about early this morning, Jodi! McFelon is history. I am going to miss the little buckaroo!!!

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

Good Morning/Afteroon/Evening folks!

Happy Wednesday!

In the news:

It's offical! Snotty Scotty "Buckaroo" McFelon is gone! But, there is more shakeups in the WH including Rove:

McClellan Out, Rove Leaving Policy Post
Moves Continues Shakeup Of Roles At White House

"AP) WASHINGTON White House Deputy Chief of Staff Karl Rove is giving up his policy portfolio and press secretary Scott McClellan is resigning, continuing a shakeup in President Bush's administration that has already yielded a new chief of staff.

Just over a year ago, Rove was promoted to deputy chief of staff in charge of most White House policy coordination. That new portfolio came on top of his title as senior adviser and role of chief policy aide to Bush.

But now, the job of deputy chief of staff for policy is being given to Joel Kaplan, now the White House's deputy budget director, said the official."


Now, you all want to know where McFelon is going. I know thst you don't give a rip about McFelon. But, here is where McFelon is heading:

"Snow Offered McClellen's Job
White House Chief of Staff Josh Bolten "has offered Fox News Channel anchor Tony Snow the job of White House press secretary," the D.C. Examiner reports. "Snow, who was once a speechwriter for former President George H.W. Bush, has not yet decided whether to accept the job. He recently recovered from colon cancer and has been helping launch a radio version of Fox News.
Fox News confirms the story."


Yup, Faux News. All the crooks and nimrods are headed to that news station. I am going miss the little buckaroo McFelon! On the behalf of the DOJ office, they send you love and kisses and bon voyage to McFelon. And don't let the door hit you on your butt on the way out! Don't worry, Felon. Fitz will be in touch with you since you are on the list for the connection in the leak case!

9:34 AM  
Anonymous jodi said...

What, no cake for Snotty Scotty?

9:42 AM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

No cake for McFelon! Basically, that man was giving the golden boot at the WH. They wanted him out from the get go! By giving Felon a job over Faux news is to silent him. He know a lot more about the major players in this leak case than meets the eye. Ari Fleischer was at least better than Scotty. Scotty was too snotty at alot of his press conference and the way that he talk to the media.

9:47 AM  
Blogger GrandmaNuk said...

SPB...if I remember correctly, Scotty
Baby said he had a tale to tell, but
did not feel that it was appropriate to tell while still press sec. Hmmmm,
guess that's no longer a problem. This statement pertained to telling the world that "Karl and Libby both told me" that they had nothing to do
with leaking Valerie Plame's identity
to the press.

Are the rats abandoning ship or is there another story to tell?

9:59 AM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...


Scotty was on his way out. He was indespensible to the Gerbil and company. When Raw Story reported yesterday that Bush may replaced Scotty with an Iraq spokesperson and that same day the WH press blasted Scotty, it was a lcear sign that Scotty would be history. They just put enough pressure on Scotty to snap. Since Scotty proabaly knew some information about the major players in the leak case, they assure him a job over Fox news. The Gerbil is trying to get as much of his buddies employed in the WH to proceed with their hidden agenda. But, Scotty was not in the equation. But, Scotty didn't bail out. But, keep your eyes and ears open for what Josh Bolten will do as he is reorganizing the WH. I have a feeling that there will not be butting heads with Bolten and Rove. Best believe that there is a lot of rift and power struggle among the Gerbil and company!

10:10 AM  
Blogger GrandmaNuk said...

SPB....looks like our Mismanaged Bank
Account Decider has more to answer for
in Iraq.....According to a reprinted WAPO story, there is one company owner
that provided services in Iraq that has already pled to bribing reconstruction authorities for contracts with cars, women, jewelry, etc. Apparently, there are many more
investigations under way. The old horse and the barn door and I'm sure we'll get the "who knew?" answer from anyone in this administration
that can be cornered to answer any questions.

Webster Dictionary will have a new line of definitions for INCOMPETENT
before this whole sorry mess is done.

10:21 AM  
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10:21 AM  
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10:36 AM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...


1.Chief of Staff
2.Budget Director
3.U.S. Trade Representative
4.White House spokesman
5.Director of faith-based initiatives

1.Andrew Card
2.Joshua Bolten
3.Rob Portman
4.Scott McClellan
5.Jim Towey

1.Joshua Bolten
2.Rob Portman
3.Susan Schwab

McFelon told Bush: "I have given it my all sir and I have given you my all sir, and I will continue to do so as we transition to a new press secretary." Unhuh, right!

But, Bush says :“One of these days, he and I will be rocking in chairs in Texas talking about the good old days of his time as the Press Secretary, and I can assure you, I will feel the same way then that I feel now that I can say to Scott: job well done." The good old days huh?

I have a feeling that we are going to hear more mismanagement of Iraq than the article that you mention. The Gerbil "Decider" really messed up Iraq and Afghanistan as whole! Webster Dictionary should have the Gerbil's face and name under the definition of "incompetence."

10:37 AM  
Blogger GrandmaNuk said...

GJ is in session today.....think Rove's demotion will be discussed? I
think the administration might finally
have figured out that ol' Rover is still knee deep in trouble. I wonder
if this new assignment means he's finally lost his security clearance.

It's about time!

10:47 AM  
Blogger S-Q said...

Didn't I hear somewhere that more indictments are coming before May flowers?

11:02 AM  
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11:17 AM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

We will hear from Fitz soon regarding more indictment. Remember, Fitz is under a gag order by Judge Walton. Be patient and enjoy the ride with shakeups in the Gerbil Administration.


In a nutshell, Rove got demoted. When I say to keep a close eye on Bolten, I did mean that." New WH CoS Josh Bolton has asked DCoS Karl Rove to give up his policy planning portfolio. Rove will retain the title of deputy chief of staff and continue to serve as the president's chief political and strategic adviser.
Joel Kaplan, Bolton's OMB deputy, will replace Rove as Pres. Bush's policy coordinator." I have a feeling with these new WH changes spearheaded by Bolten that the Gerbil and company have a new hidden agenda!

11:22 AM  
Blogger GrandmaNuk said...

SPB...I think they feel that the other
shoe is about to drop and hope by slipping Rove into another job, the effects won't be as great! We'll see
if it works.

11:40 AM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Someone on Thinkprogres.org has asked the same question that I have asked. From Thinkprogress.org:

"An important question has not been asked: Will Rove also give up his security clearance?
To this day, Rove has maintained his security clearance in spite of evidence that he mishandled classified information regarding Valerie Wilson’s position at the CIA. Rove was named as in the indictment of Scooter Libby as “Official A.”
An Executive Order 12958, signed by President Clinton in 1995, states disclosure of an undercover agent is grounds for, at a minimum, losing access to classified information:
Section 5.1: Violation means: any knowing, willful, or negligent action that could reasonably be expected to result in an unauthorized disclosure of classified information.
Section 5.7.d: The agency head, senior agency official, or other supervisory official shall, at a minimum, promptly remove the classification authority of any individual who demonstrates reckless disregard or a pattern of error in applying the classification standards of this order."

"Given Rove’s public intentions to make national security the focus of the 2006 elections, the White House should reveal whether Rove will be doing his political job while holding a security clearance." That is the real question to be asked. Is Rove's new position have any relations to needing a security clearance?

12:28 PM  
Blogger Former Fed said...


Everyone in the WH at the senior level has clearances. Rove didn't get demoted. He reoriented his time demands to concentrate on the 2006 mid term elections.

This is very positive because it shows the Bushies are scared of the Demos getting control of one branch of Congress, which would really start the investigative process going.

6 Miles - my post yesterday didn't mean to imply that I wanted Rummy to stay on - he is a disaster and DoD will be better off without him.
That is, unless they bring Wolfie back from the World Bank!!

I was just trying to say that getting rid of Rummy alone won't fix very much of the bigger problem which is the overall imcompetence and venality of the entire Bush administration.

1:08 PM  
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1:18 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Former Fed,

Keep your eye on Josh Bolten. There is alot more of switch and bait job positions that the eye. There is another hidden agenda on Bush's plate. The real question is what is exactly is another hidden and political agenda that will have ties with oil and profit? I believe that is a lof more of Rove's new found job of working on 2006 elections that meets the eye. Yes, his former position still stays for a front. But, strategies with the WH have changed for a bigger and hidden agenda by the Bush Administration. But, good comments by you!

1:19 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...


In other news:

More bad news for the Gerbil:

A) From Thinkprogress.org:

"And finally: 欢迎访问星巴克中国网站 (Or, if you prefer, "Welcome to Starbucks."): "If I were not serving in this office, I would certainly prefer to go into one of the coffee shops run by Starbucks," said Chinese President Hu Jintao yesterday during his visit in Seattle." Jintao has saved Bush last on his list to visit. There is hint for sure for the Gerbil!
“Despite more than four years of legislation, executive orders and presidential directives,” a Government Accountability Office report finds that the Bush administration has "yet to comprehensively improve sharing of counterterrorism information." Not good for the "decider."

"35%: President Bush's approval rating, which "slipped for the third consecutive month and remains near the lowest mark of his presidency, according to a new Harris Interactive poll." The gerbil won't win the basketball game with those poll numbers!

B) Yikes! Gas prices! This is gas gouging month. Check to see how much the gas is in your area. I feel bad for New York!:

Gulp! Try $4.50!
Brooklyn gas station floors it

"Motorist looks in stunned silence at $4.50 pump price at Brooklyn gas station.

With pump prices rising fast, a gas station under the Brooklyn Bridge took a quantum leap into outrageousness - charging a jaw-dropping $4.50 a gallon!"

4.50 folks! People better start paying attention to what this Administration is doing. This is not far fetch to reach 5.00-6.00! Vote in November!

1:25 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


Is Fitz or anyone traveling out of the country for records?

Arctic Beacon claims there are records by a leading back to treasury money stolen by the Clinton/Bush.

Any truth to this?

1:26 PM  
Anonymous Stephen Pitt said...

I think its in character for cornered extremists to go for broke when their world collapses.

Remember, domestically these folks want to neutralize posse comitatus to clear the way for martial law. We already know how their sociopathology has treated humanity internationally.


Right about now, the commanders are talking and acting. Remove the dogs' teeth and it can't bite.

1:28 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

And the new Press Secretary is...
Christopher Hitchens! LOL
Just read it on Americablog!

1:29 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Anon at 2:26 pm: Can't answer your question. I am under a gag order to discuss any of Fitz's case or any case. I sound like MCFelon but ssory that I can't give that information. Be patient and Fitz will give the answers to his next move!

Former Fed: Forgot to add that Rove's new found job is just a smokescreen. It is coincidence that Americablog said the same thing!

Stephen: I saw you latest picture of Roving Rove. You should have had a picture of him being haunted by Fitmas past, present, and future ghosts. When Fitz does nail Rove, he may sleep with one eye open in fear of a orange jumpsuit!

Anon at 2.29 pm: WH is looking at Tony Snow at Fox to replace McFelon. That is also according to Thinkprogress.org

1:38 PM  
Anonymous jodi said...

I wonder how Tony Snow is going to handle David Gregory and Helen Thomas?
Being from FOX, I'm sure he'll feel right at home at the snakepit we call the Bush Administration.

1:59 PM  
Anonymous t said...

SPB, I am really good at asking questions others cannot answer;-)

Thanks anyway! Tomorrow I am talking to reps to ask them questions they cannot answer (without an attorney present, anyway) HA.

I'll be dancing in the street singing "God Bless America" when all this finally goes down.

Is Greg Symznski a reputable reporter, does anyone know?

2:03 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...


Here is another case in which Fitz and staff are working on. He is jugging a lot of cases. This case is three weeks away:

Ryan prosecutors: 'war on corruption' not over
Trial of former Mayor Daley aide three weeks away

"Just three weeks away is the trial date for Chicago Mayor Richard M. Daley's former patronage chief, Robert Sorich, and three other former officials on charges of using fraud to get around a court order barring political patronage as a basis for filling city payroll jobs.
Prosecutors have obtained indictments charging corruption on one board that decides which Illinois hospitals get financing for expansion plans and another that determines where the giant pension plan for school teachers outside Chicago invests its money."


Jodi: Well, let's put it to you this way. Snow won't be fair and balanced to Thomas or Gregory nor has Faux news ever been fair and balanced to the public. Faux news is in the back pocket of the Gerbil Administration.

T: Save your dancing shoes when the WH is brought down by Fitz. A lot of folks will be dancing and singing "God Bless America" with pride when this is over!

2:12 PM  
Anonymous Stephen Pitt said...

spb: These people think they can con Liberty herself; that the foundation of our civilization can be removed without the people being stirred.

The mob has no idea how dedicated the People are and will be. Its our turn now.

2:16 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

If Rumsfeld were to be replaced, would the replacement have to go before Congress? And a lot of questions asked and many things might come to light about failures and sorts---that BushCo. would just as soon rather keep silent?

On the hand, I read if Dan Senor replaces Snotty Scotty, things might get really interesting.

2:23 PM  
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2:26 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

And you are right, Stephen! And it is up to the American people to take back this country and remove the Gerbil. If the people in the state of California could petition and succeeded to recall and remove former Governor Gray Davis from office and punished the current Governor in California by protesting and voting "no" on all that special election, the American people can have the will power to send a important message to the Bush Administration, local politicians, and Congress. People's battle cry should be: End the Graft!

2:28 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...


There is developing story about the leak case...

"Report: Leak inquiry heads toward Rove... Developing..."

Smells like Rove is next on the list for graft! Stay Tuned

2:48 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Here is the following up to developing story by Raw Story:

An excerpt:

Blumenthal: Leak inquiry is turning toward Rove

"Former Salon Washington Editor and ex-Clinton adviser Sidney Blumenthal claims in his latest column that Patrick Fitzgerald's two-year investigation into the outing of CIA agent Valerie Plame has turned towards Karl Rove, noting a small but important change in filings made by I. Lewis Libby, Vice President Cheney's former chief of staff. Libby was indicted for obstructing the investigation.
"Two weeks ago," Blumenthal writes, "Fitzgerald filed a motion before the federal court in the Libby case stating that his investigation had proved that the White House engaged in "concerted action" from "a plan to discredit, punish or seek revenge against" former ambassador Joseph Wilson, who revealed that the rationale of the Iraq war was based on false information that the White House knew was bogus. Fitzgerald declared further that he had gathered "evidence that multiple officials in the White House" had outed his wife's clandestine identity to reporters as an element of revenge."

In white-collar criminal investigations, individuals who fall under the gaze of a prosecutor fit into one of three categories: witness, subject or target. Rove's attorney has suggested that Rove is simply a witness. But that is untrue. He is a subject. A subject is someone the prosecutor believes may have committed a crime and is under investigation. If the prosecutor decides he has accumulated sufficient evidence to prove guilt, he will change the designation of that person from subject to target and then indict him or her. "


And interesting timing of Rove to have a new job!

What do we know about Rove's replacement?:

New WH Policy Chief Was "Brooks Brothers" Rioter
By Justin Rood - April 19, 2006, 1:31 PM

"The man Bush tapped to fill Karl Rove's spot as his policy wizard is none other than Joel Kaplan, who took part in the infamous "Brooks Brothers riot" of 2000. That's when a bunch of Washington GOP operatives, posing as outraged Floridians, waved fists, chanted "Stop the fraud!" and pounded windows in an effort to intimidate officials engaged in the Florida recount effort."

Kaplan in connection to the Florida recount!

3:10 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"''President Bush, as our self-proclaimed "decider," who ya gonna call?"""


3:17 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

Bush just keep adding more dots to connect!

3:18 PM  
Anonymous jodi said...

Turn Rove into a target and take the Pigman down!

3:31 PM  
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3:51 PM  
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3:54 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

We would think "ghostbusters" but in the Gerbil's case: "the bottle." That Turd will be yearning for the bottle with all of the problems that he will be dealing with in the corrupted WH Administration.

Connect the dots, folks. Butterball Rove is on bat! And Cheney will be next? Cheney has too much baggage with Halliburton and this leak case.

Switching gears:

Here some information from Thinkprogress.org of one person who Fitz posted that would call from Rummy's resignation: Murtha!

"Tim Russert revealed two very interesting pieces of information this morning on Don Imus regarding the future of Donald Rumsfeld and his standing in the Pentagon:
1. After Rep. Jack Murtha appeared on Meet the Press and advocated troop withdrawal several officials in the Pentagon called Russert to tell him “Murtha is right.”
2. A source “close to the President” told Russert that Bush “won’t fire Rumsfeld because it would be the equivalent of firing himself.”

It would be equivalent of Bush firing Bush? The source is right!

4:08 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

I'll let the article speaks for itself:
Valerie Plame On Guest List for White House Correspondents Dinner

"As of yesterday she was on the list of notable non-journalist guests, such as Pittsburgh Steelers' quarterback Ben Rothlisberger, slated to attend this year's gala affair, according to organizers."

4:56 PM  
Anonymous e said...


great article..and explaination

4:58 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

We just hit 100 comments from this posting!

The article that you just posted was on Raw story. I had read it and posted some comments. Fitz is now eying Rove.

From thinkprogress.org: McFelon knew he would be history:

Scotty got the signal.
“Like Bolten’s predecessor, Andrew H. Card Jr., McClellan did not want to go. Although he had talked to colleagues sporadically about departing as long as a year ago, he had planned to stay until after the midterm election. Friends said he had gotten the internal signal and wanted to get it over with.”
"UPDATE: AP on Rove’s shift: “Technically, it is a demotion. But in terms of real power and influence, Rove remains virtually unmatched at the White House." Enjoy the ride, Rove, because your ride in the WH will come to an end real soon!

5:08 PM  
Blogger teak said...

Wow! A hundred posts! Mr. Fitzgerald must be mighty busy today.

Poor Snotty Scotty McFelon! Maybe he can blog for Jeff Gannon now, or wait...Karl is rumored to sub sometimes for 'reporting' for Gannon...he has spare time too now!

"As the White House Turns"

SPB, You should see how the local station played up Cheney's arrival in KS yesterday....more security then when W. came to K-State. But I've heard that Dick is very paranoid, too. The anchor slipped and called Cheney the "President". LOL.

5:10 PM  
Anonymous e said...


5:18 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Probably the security was for Cheney so that he doesn't shoot anybody! You never know with Dead Eye Cheney! Yeah, it is a busy day for Fitz. He is working hard on his cases. And that is good thing for all of us.. It does sound like a soap opera. I called it "As the Gerbil turns" or "The Sin and the Sinful."

5:19 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...


Thanks for sharing the article. Well, I guess this is the McFelon day all over the lips of people. So, it now boils down to Senor or Snow. I got to lean toward Senor getting the WH secretary because of his ties to the Carlyle Group. Daddy Bush, family, and the Gerbil have moneyand shares ties to that company. We shall see...

5:26 PM  
Blogger teak said...

SPB, I don't know much about this Senor but I read that the Generals will come out of the woodwork and raise hell....did he serve under Bremer in Iraq or something? This could get interesting!

5:34 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...


Senor was Bremer's press guy. But, here is more info on Senor:

From Wayne Madsen report:

"Senor was an intern for the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC). His sister is the head of the AIPAC office in Jerusalem and his brother-in-law is the editorial page editor for the neocon Jerusalem Post. Senor was also a director of the US-Israel Business Exchange (USIBEX) and was an senior associate of The Carlyle Group. Senor served as McClellan's deputy press secretary at the White House before taking the CPA job in Baghdad. Senor is married to NBC News correspondent Campbell Brown."

5:46 PM  
Anonymous t said...

Senor! I hate that guy-talk about the worlds biggest hypocrite!

Thanks for the articles guys, my blog readers think I must be on the inside track
PS- My dancing shoes are polished and waiting ;-) It's going to be lovely to be free again.

6:39 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


Cool picture.

7:34 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Mr. Fitzgerald,

Looks like its about to become show time.

I hope Rosemary gets back fairly quickly or I am going to call that office myself.....

You know me!

Here's my take on ah, Greg Szymanski...


In other words for that guy questioning Greg, why don't you question just about anything in the government then?

See disinformation is not a word. Misinformation is a real word, sure. But people like Flocco are quite deliberately working in dangerous territory.

And they have complete and verified proof, court documents and things that go back years.

They are legitimate. Every true whistleblower is legitimate, because they ask not for glory or anything else.

They do it to protect the country....Even Edmonds, Fisher, and of course NSA specialist Russell Tice.

More and more will come out, Mr. Fitzgerald......That's why I need you to keep doing what you're doing.

We can only stop the tragedy or horrid events from happening together. One and all, or all for one.

And that person who I told Rosemary about is not a felon, and that one does not want attention. That's why the name must not be on this site.

- Orion -

8:07 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

A state appeals court sided with former U.S. House Majority Leader Tom DeLay on Wednesday, upholding a lower court ruling that dismissed a felony conspiracy charge against him.

8:51 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


Thanks for that link.

A little off topic but that link could keep a SB team busy for 2 lifetimes.


The Times said that "U.S. authorities sought his [Ahmad's] removal after confirming the fact that $100,000 was wired to WTC hijacker Mohammed Atta from Pakistan by Ahmad Umar Sheikh on the instructions of ISI Lt. General Ahmad."

Senior [U.S.] government sources "have confirmed that India contributed significantly to establishing the link between the money transfer and the role played by the dismissed ISI chief."

The Times added that "while they did not provide details, they said that Indian inputs, including Sheikh's mobile phone number, helped the FBI in tracing and establishing the link."


Royer was also charged with extortion, according to an examination of an unsealed federal indictment: United States vs. Elgindy, Royer, Wingate, Cleveland, and Peters, filed in New York District Court by U.S. Attorney Alan Vinegard—all of which clouds probes of pre-attack insider trading profits by any prosecutor—Patrick Fitzgerald included.

Many Americans are unaware that Valerie Plame-Wilson was reportedly investigating issues surrounding the September 11 money-trail—and its links to off shore accounts, according to U.S. intelligence sources familiar with the investigation.

Vinegard’s news release said “the allegations reveal a shocking partnership between an experienced stock manipulator and law enforcement agents, undertaken for their illicit personal financial gain.”

9:20 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

That link would keep a private investigator, busy for more than 3 weeks.

Flocco always has great stuff....presently I'm involved in more than one investigation.

Contact me some time if you can help...


10:00 PM  

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