May 3, 2006

Bought And Paid For...

Clarice Feldman an attorney in Washington, DC, loves Kool-Aid and is a frequent contributor to the American Thinker.

Scooter Libby Meets the Press
"The case is full of holes.

This Star Chamber proceeding continues on without cessation despite the credibility problems of the reporters upon whom the prosecution rests. Libby’s latest pleading is based on the very small amount of documentation in his possession and the public record (which apparently the Prosecutor reads very selectively).

Anyone with good judgment and discretion would have told Fitzgerald long ago that reliance on such selective testimony and documentation by the media, whose credibility is so unworthy of his trust, was folly. The fundamental problem of the case is that Fitzgerald has no supervision to provide the necessary outside larger perspective.

Former Attorney General Ashcroft, who recused himself, and interim AG Comey, who turned this over to Fitzgerald without any supervision or control, have both been replaced. It’s past time for the Department of Justice to pay attention. After all, it was just last week that Judge Walton
assured us that they were still in a position to exercise meaningful supervision and direction over this case when he denied Libby’s Motion to Dismiss.
The DoJ should take Judge Walton at his word and call in Patrick Fitzgerald to review his handling of this case, and exercise the supervisory responsibilities Judge Walton says are theirs.
Where are they as this travesty lumbers on?" [more]
Clarice, the people's case rests on sworn testimony by Scooter Libby in which he perjured himself, lied to investigators and obstructed justice - your argument and his testimony are the only things "full of holes." I will pass on using any Silence of the Lambs jokes. ;) Have a nice day.



Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

God, The little soldier is on my nerves!!! I had read his 45 page documents of cry and woes yesterday.. Blah, Blah, Blah!!!! This is just a Nanny, Nanny, Boo, Boo defense! You are right! His case is full of holes like swiss cheese and he is riding a dead horse. Waste of time and quote frankly, really nauseating!!! I mean, for god sakes, get that little tart a serious diaper and baby wipes! No one is hearing him. The little soldier wants the public to feel sympathy for him, burp him, and wipe his bottom. It ain't going to work!

11:22 AM  
Blogger GrandmaNuk said...

You guys are unusually silent about answering to the bread crumbs dropped
on your last posting. If your intention is to improve the lot of psychiatrists, analysts and psycologists across the country, you may well be making progress.

11:23 AM  
Blogger GrandmaNuk said... thoughts run in a different direction. Think of the possibility that there is an attempt here to delay, delay, obfuscate, delay, run it up the flagpole to see if anyone salutes philosophy. If they can contain the damage until after the election in November, the criminal-in-chief will have nothing to lose come January to just pardon him and make the whole go away. People will be incensed, but "who cares". There won't be any more elections until 2008. This administration has never backed off of p***ing of the public, because they just don't give a rats ass!

11:28 AM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...


Yes, the little soldier is stalling. But, it can be a bit irritaing when he plays the same card again and again. That is the definition of insanity. I know that Libby is a smart lawyer. But, he is text book smart not street mart like Fitz. But, it can be a bit irritating to read those documents in which is crying for the same request. I just don't think that the Gerbil will pardon the little soldier. If Rove is indicted, it changes the playing field for the Gerbil because he has to decide who is importment to hin in his hidden agenda: Porkrind or the little soldier. Let's not forget that the Gerbil is not off the hook either. He released classified documents and we don't know what he told Fitzgerald in that 70 minute interview (not under oath) in June 2004. But, there is a lot in stake for the Gerbil. And Cheney is next to bat. But, the house of cards are falling and they are falling fast. They just came out with statistics that the GOP are falling behind for the 2006 election. I always think positive. And God has a plan for the Gerbil and company and all of the evil doers that commit graft. You do wrong like the Gerbil and company has done to this country and it will come back and bite them big time in the full circle!

11:37 AM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

I wanted to comment about the picture of the mouse with the swiss cheese. The posting should have had the mouse on the wheel because that describes the little soldier's case: he jumps on the wheel, runs real hard, and going no where with his case!

11:40 AM  
Blogger bluewild said...

Doesn't the recent revelation about Valerie Plame working on Iran nuke info mean that the leaking of her name is even more reason for a treason charge? This ultimately has made compromised our national security and made us more vulnerable - yet again!

As for Iran, I fear that in Bush's warped and tiny mind, that the only way to handle it is nuke them since we have no manpower to send in there - being bogged down in Iraq. So the Bush gang has determined that the easiest "mission accomplished" way to handle it would be the nuke - and plus they can see their new toys in action. They just are frothing at the mouth to test them on humans. I've heard they are already starting to test them in the desert....anybody else hear about that?

11:42 AM  
Blogger S-Q said...

Yes, Bluewild, they are in Nevada!

11:51 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

But isn't all of their defense bought and paid for? I agree though that they are running this up a flagpole to see if it flies. The thing is, at this point, I'm guessing most people actually do believe Scooter Libby is guilty of something.
And Libby leads to higher and dirtier - which I hope is the ultimate goal.
The good news is that no matter what happens, Bush's legacy is TRASH. His ego won't like that. Aside from his mental illness and substance problems, his ego is very important and requires regular feeding (a duty Rove does well). But he really wants to be known as a visionary. Guess that's where the drugs come in.
I'm not a lawyer but am really hopeful that dogged determination and honesty will prevail in these matters.
Frankly, it's scary out here in this country under these circumstances. It's very difficult to stomach what is happening to our nation.


11:52 AM  
Blogger GrandmaNuk said...

bluewild...I worry about that, too. It's amazing that the whole definition
of this administration's foreign policy is

1) we do what the hell we want
2) we don't care who objects
3) might makes right
4) don't do as we do, do as we say
5) we'll let the next administration
figure it out
5) we're too busy raping the
American public and stealing tax-
payer dollars to worry about

11:53 AM  
Anonymous bronzedome said...

I guess this lawyer did not read the "kool aid" directions.
She forgot to mix the powder with water.
I think she snorted it!
My God, these people are really dumb...

12:00 PM  
Blogger bluewild said...

I heard yesterday on the Randi Rhoads show that there are over 750 laws that Bush has ignored and claims because he is the Pres, that therse laws are merely guidlines and advisories for him and his staff. Meaning corruption, fear and greed rule? Sounds like those dictators were so eager to oust.

12:05 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...


More in the news:

This is interesting what ExxonMobil says about the high rise of gas prices. Don't hold you breath on the CEO to help:

ExxonMobil chair, CEO to NBC: No 'help' is on the way

Responding today to questions by NBC's Today show host Matt Lauer on the topic of high gas prices and peak oil, Exxonmobil Chairman and CEO Rex Tillerson has stated consumers shouldn't be expecting any relief on the way from big oil.

We work for the shareholder," Tillerson told the anchor. "And the investors who own our stock are over 2 million individual Americans and a lot of pension plans, a lot of teacher retirement plans. And our job is to go out and make the most money for those people so that their pensions are secure, so that they see the benefits of our work."
When asked to clarify that the answer was a "no," Tillerson explained, "Well, that's not the business. We're in the business to make money."

And that is the bottom line: They are in business to make money and the shareholders and investors come first!

2. From Thinkprogress:

Cheney's diet -- Atkins approved. "At age 65, Cheney is easily 30 or more pounds overweight, seems to have slacked off on what was once a more rigorous diet, and appears to suffer from recurrent bouts of gout. At a roundtable lunch with reporters a couple of years ago, two who were present say, he cut his buffalo steak in bite-size pieces the moment it arrived, then proceeded to salt each side of each piece."

And Dead Eye Cheney won't eaten this good long much longer in prison. And there is certsinly no Atkin diet on the prison menu. With Cheney gain weight, Fitz, you may want to hurry up with those indictments. Cheney is on borrowed time. and he may not fit into his orange jumpsuit if he continues to pig out on food (and salt is definitely a no no for his heart condition!).

12:06 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Clarice has a meme she's trying to plant. She posts it everywhere, as often as possible. It's just not taking root as she'd hoped.

12:08 PM  
Anonymous Kathleen said...

Would someone tell the "Patrick Fitzgerald" who is clearly the practical joker in the lab, to kindly put the real PJF on just for a moment, so that I can ask for a US Attorney to come up here to Corrupticut to help us with the Corruption?

Or else pass this along? I am sick and runnin out of time (my life).


12:25 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...


Have you notified you nearest U.S. Attorney in your area? Here is the website of offices in Connecticut. Maybe they can help you.

Good luck!

12:38 PM  
Blogger GrandmaNuk said... do you think an indictment
of Porkrind would affect Libby's defense?

12:43 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...


Even though Rove and Libby's charge are so what the same: obstruction of justice, lying to the prosecutor, and making false statement, Rove's charges are a lot deeper than Libby. Libby was simply the gopher to the major player: Cheney. But, Cheney, Rove and the Gerbil played a major role into this WH conspiracy. I always known that Rove was the # 2 guy in this leak case. Cheney is the #1 guy. But, if Libby was smart, he should have plea bargain with Fitz for a lesser sentence to provide more information in all of those back door meetings. But, Rove's charges are lot more deeper than Libby's passing classified information to the reporters. Yes, Libby's violated National Security but he was being told what to do by his boss. When this possible indictment by Rove, this will ruin Rove's career forever. But, Cheney and the Gerbil are in more deeper trouble than Rove because the Gerbil and Cheney can be charged with treason and additional serios charges. So, we have to see hiw many counts of obstruction of justice and making statments in which Fitz is charging Rove with. But, we will find out soon...

12:56 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...


To further expand how serious the Gerbil Administration violated National Security. Here an excerpt article that I wrote for Waterflake's website:

"Pertinent text of the 1947 National Security Act that reads as follows:

SEC. 601. (50 U.S.C. 421) (a) Whoever, having or having had authorized access to classified information that identifies a covert agent, intentionally discloses any information identifying such covert agent to any individual not authorized to receive classified information, knowing that the information disclosed so identifies such covert agent and that the United States is taking affirmative measures to conceal such covert agent's intelligence relationship to the United States, shall be fined under title 18, United States Code, or imprisoned not more than ten years, or both.

(b) Whoever, as a result of having authorized access to classified information, learns the identity of a covert agent and intentionally discloses any information identifying such covert agent to any individual not authorized to receive classified information, knowing that the information disclosed so identifies such covert agent and that the United States is taking affirmative measures to conceal such covert agent's intelligence relationship to the United States, shall be fined under title 18, United States Code, or imprisoned not more than five years, or both.

(c) Whoever, in the course of a pattern of activities intended to identify and expose covert agents and with reason to believe that such activities would impair or impede the foreign intelligence activities of the United States, discloses any information that identifies an individual as a covert agent to any individual not authorized to receive classified information, knowing that the information disclosed so identifies such individual and that the United States is taking affirmative measures to conceal such individual's classified intelligence relationship to the United States, shall be fined under title 18, United States Code, or imprisoned not more than three years or both. "

Now, or course this covers the major players in this case. Again, it depends of what the charges are and the penalty of each count!!!

1:02 PM  
Anonymous waterflake said...


here's a link to the bomb in Nevada scheduled for June,2th :

US to test 700-tonne explosive

A huge mushroom cloud of dust is expected to rise over Nevada's desert in June when the Pentagon plans to detonate a gigantic 700-ton explosive -- the biggest open-air chemical blast ever at the Nevada Test Site -- as part of the research into developing weapons that can destroy deeply buried military targets, officials said yesterday.

1:59 PM  
Anonymous e said...

SPB the law does not allow POTUS and VP to shaare this information with Rove or Libby does it ?

2:19 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...


The National Securty law that I had posted goes for the Prez, VP, Rove, Libby, and everyone. The Gerbil did violate National Security when he released classified information. Keep in mind that the Gerbil says that he declassified the document on July 18, 2003. Robert Novak released his column of Valerie Plame on July 14, 2004. In a nutshell, those documents were still classified prior to July 18 and prior to Libby and Rove talking to reporters and also Ms. Wilson was still an active covert. That is why Fitz has to indict Rove and Cheney because this will crippled the Gerbil and his power.

2:56 PM  
Blogger Jackie said...

Fitz I know your not surprised they have to try something because the longer this goes the guilt shown. Notice that as Rove gets closer to indictments Libby is losing his inside position. No one in the White House cares now. The big guys need help no ones worried about the little soldier anymore.

8:11 PM  

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