May 25, 2006

Libby And Veep In Deep Doe Doe...

Evil Cess Happens....

Libby's Grand Jury Testimony Transcript - May 24, 2006
Exhibits A through C

Sorry Scooter, No More Discovery For You- Part III - May 24, 2006
"To be clear, the government’s argument is not (as the defendant claims) that it is more likely that the Vice President discussed these issues with defendant merely because he wrote them down but, rather that, in light of the Vice President’s annotation of the Wilson Op Ed with the words, “Did Wilson’s wife send him on a junket?,” it is unlikely that, as defendant testified,the issue was not discussed in defendant’s repeated conversations with the Vice President during the week following the Wilson Op Ed’s publication."
And the MSM still thinks I am calling Cheney as a "witness" - WITNESS my a**!" ;)
What Would Cheney Say? - Washington (Clueless) Post
"For one, Fitzgerald yesterday made it clear that he may very well call Cheney as a witness. ( I did? )

In one of the brief's footnotes, of all things, he wrote: "Contrary to defendant's assertion, the government has not represented that it does not intend to call the Vice President as a witness at trial. To the best of government's counsel's recollection, the government has not commented on whether it intends to call the Vice President as a witness."

And then, to bolster his argument that notes from Cheney are more relevant to the case than notes from peripheral figures, Fitzgerald released several pages of Libby's hitherto secret grand jury testimony.

According to Libby's own testimony, Cheney was upset for several days about Wilson's op-ed in the New York Times -- and spoke of it frequently during that period.

"I recall that he was very keen to get the truth out," Libby told the grand jury on March 5, 2004. "He wanted to get all the facts out about what he had or hadn't done, what the facts were or were not. He was very keen about that and said it repeatedly. Let's get everything out." [
Right under their noses. Sheesh! ;)


Blogger Quzi Formerly CC said...

I just loves me a junket! Press junket, nukes junket, shopping junket -- just love them all!

2:54 PM  
Blogger Patrick J. Fitzgerald said...

Fitz on CNN .

3:05 PM  
Blogger jan said...

;D !!!!!!!

3:08 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

I don't see Fitz on CNN!

3:11 PM  
Blogger GrandmaNuk said...

Lovely, thank you!

3:12 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

What was he talking about?

3:12 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Well, MSM is in the back pocket of the Gerbil.. What do you expect from the MSM... the truth??? Of course, they are going to say that Dead Eye Dick is "witness." They would never say that Cheney is dead duck or he will be indicted by Fitz.. Imagine the shame on MSM if they said that!!! Anyway, butterball is next,. And I can't wait for the son of b***h Cheney (the word that he said about Joe Wilson) to get fried in court! And it will be well deserved!

3:13 PM  
Blogger Roger Rancourt said...

Fitz Don't keep us in the dark please!!

What are you talking about, is Cheney's status about to change to subject?


3:14 PM  
Anonymous Rami said...

I only get CNBC here in Finland, maybe I ought to get one of those satellites :b

..bleh, I get my news from the net anyways though, the REAL news.. ;)

Fitz, may the force be with you

3:15 PM  
Anonymous Obi Wan Kenobi said...

Special Prosecutor,

The Force will be with you.......Always.

"an energy field, it surrounds us, binds us and the galaxy together"

3:19 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

CIA leak filing indicates gov't has evidence regarding Cheney

3:22 PM  
Blogger Patrick J. Fitzgerald said...

oh well, no Fitz on the tube. Nice recap of the situation though.

3:22 PM  
Blogger Quzi Formerly CC said...

and the plot thickens...too many scandals to count now. LOL @ Dumbya sealing the siezed files of Jefferson. You couldn't write better fiction than what is happening these days.

I smell a BBQ coming in June...

3:33 PM  
Blogger Patrick J. Fitzgerald said...

Hi roger, just CNN/SituationRm recap on developing Cheney story; "Cheney most likely to testify to help out former aid, and not testifying to help out government." Well duh ! Out to safe his own ass from Fitzmas !!

3:33 PM  
Blogger Roger Rancourt said...

Cheney is never going to save his ass now with Porkrind turning on him!!!!

Watch Porkrind send Cheney to the dogs, just to get lighter criminal charges!!

The indictments are Fitzgerald's big bargaining chip with Pork-hindrind.


3:35 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Blah, Blah, Blah.. The nauseating Washington Post on their spin on Dead Eye Dick as "witness." Blah blah, blah... I am telling you.. When the real story comes out that whole WH is corrupted all the way to the food chain of King Gerbil, CEO of, you best believe that the Faux news replica, Washington Post will do a 180 on the Gerbil and company and say that their name is Bennit and they are are not in it.....They would turn on the Gerbil like he has AIDS in a heartbeat!!!

3:38 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

Oh, this is getting very nasty! Fitz and staff, please be very careful!

3:39 PM  
Blogger Roger Rancourt said...

Everyone get protection ASAP because this is going to be the big, wide match against the neocons

Read what Wayne Madsen has to say

Of conspiratorial tyrants and kings, no longer hidden behind the curtain....!!

3:43 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Well, we know who now has the upper hand on the Gerbil Administration. The pen is mightier than the sword!!!

3:49 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Roger Rancourt said...
Look, I understand that. The whole thing got out of hand with Leopold's article, because it was first showcased on the blog, etc, and Leopold was wrong about the timing.

But this site is meant as a parody, they make fun of everyone here. All the GOP/Dems both because most of these guys have no political affiliation.

Hell, even I don't have one.

The point is, they have really nothing to answer on, they did this in secret to have some fun. They did not want the whole world here, you can ask Jackie...

They just wanted their followers to have a place to go, see whats happening with the case, give feedback and relax. And they'll never have to worry about anything else.
6:20 PM

3:52 PM  
Blogger Roger Rancourt said...

And ignore the Doctor Evil.....

Take as long as it requires to check all of the testimony so when you announce it, Rove is charged with obstruction of justice.

The thoughts of that very big broadside hanging over his head, will make Rove resign and turn over evidence on Cheney faster than a codswallop in a sunday breakfast luncheon...


4:02 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Anyway, in other news. From Thinkprogress:

Number of times Ken Lay’s name was mentioned during today’s White House press gaggle with Tony Snow, which began 30 minutes after the guilty verdict was announced."

4:02 PM  
Blogger Quzi Formerly CC said...

Roger -- I left a message for you to answer your question -- it is under "Sock Puppet Special.." at the end of the posts.

4:04 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Don't answer to him, Roger.. We all know what the nimrod is doing. Al Rodgers/Dr. Evil is the Tony Snow of the blog. You're cool with us.. Geez, I am now sounding like I am Roger's spokeperson....

4:04 PM  
Anonymous Taste of Reality said...

GOP is having a very bad year. :(

Duke Cunningham is innocent until he is...CONVICTED!

Lay and Skilling are innocent until they are...CONVICTED!

Hastert, DeLay, Ney, Libby, Rove and Cheney are...beginning to see the pattern here GOPphiles?

Kool-aid taste bitter yet?

4:09 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

And we now know what GOP stands for: GRAFT ON POLITICANS.

4:13 PM  
Blogger GrandmaNuk said...

For the SP (Fitz) to go to the judges overseeing this investigation waaaayyy
back in the beginning when he requested permission to pursue other criminal just have to go to Cheney
as the reason permission was given by no less than 3 judges to pursue the investigation. He's always had Darth in his crosshairs, along with Rover boy.

PFJ's reputation is unmistakenly:
1) go for the bottom end of the food chain
2) get the bottom feeder to give up the next guy....on and on until to get the big kahuna (or Moby Dick).

4:14 PM  
Blogger Patrick J. Fitzgerald said...


You get a cookie. ;)

4:16 PM  
Blogger Roger Rancourt said...

This is the most graft filled, British box filthy media and congress ever.

Thank god I have a disinfectant spray!!! PU!!!!!!!!!


Cheney having a real bad hair day

4:16 PM  
Blogger GrandmaNuk said...

Thank you. I HAVE been paying attention.

4:28 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...


When we refer to the Cunningham scandal as Hookergate, it is certainly Hookergate:

Ex-Lover Sues Washingtonienne -- for Getting the Details Wrong
By Justin Rood - May 25, 2006, 4:20 PM
A quick refresher: in 2004, a twentysomething Hill staffer had been keeping a "secret" online diary of her sexual exploits with various Hill figures. Someone emailed the URL to Wonkette, who wrote about it ad nauseum. Washingtonienne was unmasked as Jessica Cutler, a staffer for Sen. Mike DeWine (R-OH). She lost her job, found a book deal. Then, except for occasional stories about how she gets sexually entangled with her lawyers, she disappeared.
But one of the men Cutler wrote about, Robert Steinbuch, wants justice. And he's willing to have even more details of his private life entered into the public record in order to get it.
Steinbuch, a senior DeWine adviser (or, as Cutler described him, "this crazy hair-pulling, ass-smacking dude who wants to use handcuffs on me") is suing Cutler, not for violating his privacy, but to correct what he says are falsehoods in what she blogged.
“There are graphic and intimate details which are not true,” Steinbuch told Legal Times. “Those are facts that are going to be litigated.”

I left out the graphic and sexual detail that was mention in the article because it may disturb some folks. You have to read the article...

4:31 PM  
Blogger Patrick J. Fitzgerald said...


Yes you have. And your quiet and intelligent demeanor speaks volumes. Others I am afraid, just like to read their own typing and try add little to the intellectual discussion, often lacking in here.

Furthermore, I have no appetite whatsoever for rascist anti-semetic psycho-babble and will not tolerate it in here. Fair warning, Roger that?

4:37 PM  
Blogger Roger Rancourt said...

Wowy so now the staffers are hookers too?!?

Who would have imagined it?

And please go read this page or tell me where the pre-defined, racist antisemitic psycho babble actually is?

History has a long story to it

Which by the way, I'd assume everyone is familiar with this by now?

"AMY GOODMAN: Why don't you summarize the paper and the response?

MICHAEL MASSING: Well, the paper by the two professors, it’s a very strongly argued case that U.S. foreign policy has been sort of taken into a counterproductive direction by the power of the Israel lobby, and they define the Israel lobby in very broad terms. They include not only groups like AIPAC, but Christian Zionists, neoconservatives, media monitor groups from a pro-Israel perspective, and so on.

AMY GOODMAN: And people like, well, the former House majority leader, Tom DeLay.

MICHAEL MASSING: Tom DeLay and other people like that. Dick Armey, and so on and so forth. And they sort of put them all together. That's one thing that became controversial. Are Christian Zionists, for instance, part of the Israel lobby, or is that yet another type of pressure group? And so on.

But they basically argued that from a strategic and moral standpoint, the U.S. really -- it's not in America's interest to be backing Israel as strongly and unwaveringly as it does. And the main reason that the U.S. does back Israel is because of the power of this lobby. And they attempt to show that not only has it sort of skewed U.S. policy on Israeli-Palestinian relations, but has effected U.S. policy on many other regional issues, particularly the war in Iraq. They claim that U.S. would not have gone to war against Iraq had it not been for the threat that Iraq posed to Israel and had it not been for the support for Israel in this country through the Israel lobby. And the reaction, you know, was just tumultuous.

AMY GOODMAN: Before we get to the reaction, explain who these authors are of this piece, which makes it so significant.

MICHAEL MASSING: Right. Well, the senior person is a John Mearsheimer, who is a professor of International Relations, International Security at the University of Chicago, and his colleague Stephen Walt, who is at the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard and has been the administrative dean there for the last three years. So these are two very eminent professors. More so, they're sort of rather -- I don't know, they're realists basically. They come out of this sort of Brzezinski school of international relations, that international policy should be based on national interest, and they are writing from the perspective that U.S. policy in the Mid-East, particularly U.S. support for Israel to the extent it's been, has not been in the U.S. interest. So very impeccable establishment credentials, which was one reason why their taking such a strong position created such a stir.

AMY GOODMAN: And the piece went up on the Harvard University website."

We're all adults here, right? I can only hope it enlightens the world, I have nothing more to comment on anyones referece to antisemites.

4:45 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

"Furthermore, I have no appetite whatsoever for rascist anti-semetic psycho-babble and will not tolerate it in here. Fair warning, Roger that?"

Ditto to that!!!

4:48 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Neocons aren't semites.....but you'll only bring them over by the hundreds and disrupt if you keep bringing the subject up.

Censorship is sometimes a required evil.

4:50 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...


Nothing else to say about that article that I passed along.. Let me find some meaningful articles to pass along.. The stuff that comes out on the news makes me want to completely wash my brains clean!!!

4:50 PM  
Anonymous bronzedome said...

Have we all hugged our Tar Babies today?
Tar Babies Unite!

The glue that held america together...

4:51 PM  
Blogger Roger Rancourt said...

I'll censor only what must, then. Obviously kathleen and others will not.

That debate will soon reach critical mass and I want to see them debating it in the world congress.

4:53 PM  
Blogger Quzi Formerly CC said...

Breaking News from MSNBC:

U.S. Treasury Secretary John Snow is expected to resign by mid-June, according to CNBC.

"What we are now hearing from Republican sources in Washington is the likeliest scenario is that John Snow will leave sometime in the middle of the month of June," said John Harwood, national political editor of the Wall Street Journal, in a CNBC interview.

Snow is expected to leave either before or after the G8 finance ministers' meeting in St. Petersburg, Russia. The report is expected in Friday's edition of the Wall Street Journal.

5:04 PM  
Anonymous dr. ruth said...

"...yiddish filth..."

Ya? Nein?

5:05 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Fitz has posted an article of the Gerbil's connection to Kenneth Lay. Here is another connection to Lay, Governator Arnold of California. From, here is an excerpt:

"When Ken met Arnold in the hotel room, the games were far from over. For example, in June 2003, Reliant Corporation of Houston simply turned off several power plants, and when California cities faced going dark, the company sold them a pittance of kilowatts for more than gold, making several million in minutes.
" Power-market shenanigans were nothing new in 2000. What was new was the response of Governor Gray Davis. A normally quiet, if not dull, man, this Governor had the temerity to call the energy sellers "pirates" - in public! - and, even more radically, he asked them to give back all the ill-gotten loot, the entire $9 billion. The state filed a regulatory complaint with the federal government.
"The Peninsula Hotel get-together was all about how to "settle" the legal actions in such a way that Enron and friends could get the state to accept dog food instead of dollars. Davis seemed unlikely to see things Ken's way. Life would be so much better if California had a governor like the muscle guy in the Speedos.
"And so it came to pass that, in 2003, quiet Gray Davis, who had the cojones to stand up to the electricity barons, was thrown out of office by the voters and replaced by the tinker-toy tough guy. The Governator performed as desired. Soon after Schwarzenegger took over from Davis, he signed off on a series of deals with Reliant, Williams Company, Dynegy, Entergy and the other power pirates for ten to twenty cents on the dollar, less than you'd tip the waitress. Enron paid just about nothing."

So I hear that Governor Arnolsd may be in his way out as Governor. The two Democrats candidates will have to duke it out for the chance for governor.

5:08 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yiddish has nothing to do with Jewish, another pointless passing since my grandparents were Hebrew.

Secretary of federal reserve Snow?

5:09 PM  
Blogger Roger Rancourt said...

Who will resign next month and hit the road?

Time's a ticking for everybody

5:10 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Secondly, a followup to the Enron trial. From WSJ, here is some of the experts that are discussing the chances of Lay in appeal:

Not an Appealing Future
Posted by Ashby Jones

If the experts’ commentary is to be believed, Ken Lay and Jeff Skilling shouldn’t pin their hopes on an appellate reversal. “I just don’t see any obvious issues [for appeal],” says Andrew Hruska, a white-collar defense lawyer at King & Spalding in New York and former federal prosecutor, adding that defense lawyers typically look to the jury instructions and the jury-selection process for its grounds “Good luck,” adds Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher’s Randy Mastro, also a former federal prosecutor. “The jury made its finding, and it’s going to be very hard to overturn it.”
The sentence that each has to serve could well be 20 years or more, ratcheting up the probability that Lay, 64, and Skilling, 52, could spend the rest of their lives behind bars. And that, says Samuel Buell, a visiting professor of law at University of Texas and former Enron Task Force member, makes it all the more vital to both men that they’re able to delay the end of this thing for as long as possible. Sentencing is scheduled for Sept. 11. “Each day that their lawyers can keep them out of prison is a victory; it’s one more day off their sentences.”

In other words, the chances of Lay winning appeal is little to none.. Berkowitz and team pretty much nailed Lay and Skilling.

5:11 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

From WSJ:

Kenneth Lay had to give up his passport.. And check out his response to the verdict:

May 25, 2006, 4:30 pm
Ken Lay’s Dark Day
Posted by Peter Lattman

post-verdict subplot transpired in the courthouse today. Skilling had already surrendered his passport and put up a $5 million bond, so he and Petrocelli left the courthouse almost immediately after the verdict. But Lay hadn’t, and Judge Lake ordered Lay to surrender his passport and post the $5 million bond.
“I’m not going to let Mr. Lay leave this building until his passport has been surrendered,” Lake said, according to the Houston Chronicle trial blog.
So earlier this afternoon, during a brief hearing before Judge Sim Lake, Lay’s wife, Linda, and his children signed the bond. Lake said: “You shall appear at all (court) appearances as required … you shall specifically appear on Sept. 11, 2006, at 1 p.m. for the sentencing.” Between now and his trial, Lay is not allowed to “drink alcohol excessively,” own a firearm, or be in contact with any witnesses or jurors.

We’re shocked,” Lay said. “I firmly believe I’m innocent of the charges against me.” He added:
Despite what happened today, I am still a very blessed man…I have a very warm and loving Christian family that supports me . . . Most of all, we believe that God, in fact, is in control and inded he does work all things for good for those who love the Lord. And we love our Lord and ultimately all of these things will work for good.

Please... Why do crooks do that.. find God or plead for God when they get caught.. Lay sounds as though God wasn't around for service when he was stealing!

5:14 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...
Good Morning/Afternoon/Evening Folks!

Happy Tuesday!

Well, I can see there is a lot of commotion happening on the blog. Before I start with any news, I wanted to throw in my two cents in regarding to Night Owl's comments.


Please understand that there will be some bloggers that come on this blog that may think that this blog may be a fake.. Please don't be offended by his or her comments.. It is hard for bloggers to believe that a Special Prosecutor would have a blog site.

Secondly, we don't want call someone a troll if we agree or disagree with his or her comments.. Let's be adults.. This is Patrick's blog.. Let's show this blog and people that visit this blog including Patrick the respect its deserve not treat the blog like a shouting match. We all can do better than that! We can still have fun on this blog yet express our deepest concerns about ceratin issues..


You have to expect certain bloggers that will come aboard and spread negative information about the blog, Patrick, and his case... My advise is just ignore it... You all know that Patrick is doing right in this case and you know that he will bring the peoole to justice. And you don't need to offend this blog.. You all had been on this blog too long to have faith in this case!!!
Finally, let's all lock arms and get pass this negativity.. We are living in a negative world with people who don't have hope in this world thanks to the mess in this country.. At least, you have a place or blog that you can come to have faith that someone in this world does care and want to make a difference in justice.. So, let's keep the positiveness of this blog going.. And just ignore the naysayers are trying to disrupt this blog and don't allow the naysayers to win on this one.. Let Fitz do his job and we will have a Merry Fitzmas very soon....Thanks! You all are awesome!!!
The real big lie is this blog.

(Two calls to Fitzgerald's office and two denials that Patrick has anything to do with this blog. The faux blog that dares call others liars.)

5:27 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hastert Legal Letter To ABCNEWS President Westin

David Westin
George Stephanopoulos
Brian Ross
ABC News
7 West 66th St.
New York, NY 10023

RE: False Story Regarding Justice Department Investigation

Dear Mr. Westin, Stephanopoulos, and Mr. Ross:

At 7:25 p.m., the Statement of the Department of Justice confirmed:

“Speaker Hastert is not under investigation by the Justice Department.”

At 10:21 p.m., you wrote:

“Whether they like it or not, members of Congress, including Hastert, are under investigation,” one federal official said tonight.”

This statement is false, and your republication of it after actual knowledge of its falsity constitutes libel and defamation. ABC News’ continued publication of this false information, after having actual knowledge of its falsity, evidences a specific and malicious intent to injure and damage Speaker Hastert’s reputation by continued repetition of a known falsehood.

We will take any and all actions necessary to rectify the harm ABC has caused and to hold those at ABC responsible for their conduct.

Please advise regarding who will accept service of process to remedy this intentional falsehood.

Very truly yours,
J. Randolph Evans
Stefan C. Passantino
Counsel to Speaker J. Dennis Hastert

5:30 PM  
Blogger GrandmaNuk said...

But you don't see it taken down after a year and half, do you anon?

5:30 PM  
Blogger GrandmaNuk said...

Actually, it's just a little over a year.

5:32 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

WASHINGTON (CNN) -- The FBI wants to interview top members of Congress from both parties about the leak to The New York Times concerning the National Security Agency's domestic surveillance program, sources told CNN.

5:35 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

"Two calls to Fitzgerald's office and two denials that Patrick has anything to do with this blog. The faux blog that dares call others liars.)"

Yeah, right.. I talk to doctors and doctors talk to me...

5:36 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Grandmanuk, some things take time. I've only been on the job for a couple months. No where near the amount of time that Mr. Fitzgerald has spent on the CIA Leak Case with no results. I'm not into instant gratification. I have plenty of time and time will tell.

5:38 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The Legal Bar said...
Yeah ah huh, someone's really slow still I take it. *Yawn*

The article regarding Ireland, was taken off of this website entirely.

It was done because really, Fitzgerald's office is tired of getting calls about this blog.

This blog was meant as nothing more than a secret place to simply relax, pass the time, and onward.

Instead some various people, including Clarice, who I will not say are neocons since no one knows either way-decided to turn this into a spitball war.

As we already were well aware, neocons have attacked this place since its inception. But this was different.

This person seemed to have real difficulty getting the message, and even a bizarre type of vendetta. (Anger management medication perhaps?)

So she and her friend drove everyone up the wall, making it a better time than any to remove anything of Fitzgerald's cousin or anyone's personal life.

Technically all of that is pretty off subject and private information, and with the kind of prying eyes here...nobody really wanted to see it go all over the globe.

Thanks to the trouble these past few days, anything of personal nature has been removed and various other rules have been established.
8:48 PM

5:43 PM  
Blogger Roger Rancourt said...

SPB the more you ignore the Dr. Evil ramblings the more they will dissapear.

More news from Washington, another one hits an iceberg!
Corruption probe opened

5:44 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Mr. Fitzgerald's case is now down to who has the best memory. The outing of a CIA Agent case was a nonstarter.

5:46 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Even if Dr. Evil goes away we still have Al Rogers to contend with. Al is even more evil than the Evil Doctor.

5:48 PM  
Anonymous cjt said...

"The Dixie Chicks are finding controversy yet again. The band's lead singer Natalie Maines apologized after she made "disrespectful" remarks about President Bush in 2003, "but I don't feel that way anymore,” she now says. “I don't feel he is owed any respect whatsoever." Some country radio stations are snubbing the band's new album and Reba McEntire even slammed them at Tuesday’s Country Music awards."

5:51 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...


I'm fine.. I have ignore him completely. He doesn't exist to me on this blog.. No more talks about you know who... Anyway, about your article that you passed.. There is nothing but bad news in Washington.. I am afraid that D.C. will be renamed after the Gerbil is removed! That city used to be place that you go and see history not rewrite history!!!

5:52 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Reba McEntire Rocks!!!!!!

5:52 PM  
Blogger Roger Rancourt said...


Yes indeedy, you can call it Washington Graft D.C. with a capital D!


By the way ignore everything that he writes and the doctor rogers and all his personalities dissapear.

Always works

5:57 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It gets very difficult to ignore the "Deception Detector".


6:01 PM  
Blogger GrandmaNuk said...

anon@6:48....Dr e and al rogers are one and the same. He has a couple of other monikers, too. He also posts under anon as well. Just someone looking to make others unhappy and disturb one's peace of mind. IGNORE.

According to one especially informed person on this blog, he is one nasty dude who intention is to railroad blogs he doesn't agree with.

6:03 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

This comment has been removed by a blog administrator.

6:06 PM  
Blogger GrandmaNuk said...

I just re-read all of the original post..
if memory serves me correctly you do not
list a person to testify IF there is a possibility you intend to indict that person as well.

6:07 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

This comment has been removed by a blog administrator.

6:07 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"According to one especially informed person on this blog, he is one nasty dude who intention is to railroad blogs he doesn't agree with."

Could that person be the one that invited Al Rogers to this blog for enlightenment?

6:08 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

I just finished reading on Raw Story the transcript from David Schuster of MSNBC:

Here are excerpts:

Shuster says:

"Documents released earlier in the case indicate Vice President Cheney and Libby talked about the Wilsons on the very day Libby allegedly leaked her identity to two reporters. Is Patrick Fitzgerald trying to build a case against Vice President Cheney?"

Ah, yes David.. Fitz is!!

"SHUSTER: Meanwhile, in the investigation of Karl Rove, sources close to the presidential advisor are now confirming a story first reported in the national journal that Rove, who was a source for columnist Bob Novak, later had a separate conversation with Novak after the investigation began."

"Former federal prosecutors are convinced Fitzgerald has explored whether Rove and Novak coordinated their testimony.
But today, a spokesman for Karl Rove said quote, "Karl Rove has never urged anyone, directly or indirectly, to withhold information from the special Counsel or to testify falsely. Circulating such speculation now is nothing short of irresponsible."

"SHUSTER: (on-camera) But the contention is not that Karl Rove urged Bob Novak to withhold information, rather it's that Rove was assured early in the case that Novak was not going to burn him."

Oh how a tangle weaves...

6:10 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

SPB, you need to come down out of orbit. Reba slammed the Chicks for trying to sing with their feet in their mouths.

The Chicks are stupid. They made the statement that most of their fans are toothless, rednecked Hicks. Now that is one way to bond with your fans.

The Chicks have shot themselves in the foot.

6:13 PM  
Blogger GrandmaNuk said...

Actually, it was the very distinguished Grey Lady and she busted you!

6:18 PM  
Blogger Roger Rancourt said...


You are too smart now, I almost have to re-tune the appliance

Nobody ever invites anyone, they just click the link somewhere and come.

Someone out there has been posting the link to this site at alot of places though.......

Regardless, stay on topic and you'll find they do not even exist to you.

"By Wayne Madsen

WMR has obtained a confidential "France Only" report of the French intelligence service, Direction Generale de la Securite Exterieure (DGSE), that states that the CIA and Britain's MI-6 maintained effective control of an important Al Qaeda training camp in Afghanistan as late as 1995, fully two years after the 1993 bombing of the World Trade Center, an attack that was launched with the help of Sudanese intelligence officers loyal to Osama Bin Laden. The CIA and MI-6 permitted control of training operations at Darunta, an "Arab Afghan" base located near the camp of Osama Bin Laden and used to manufacture explosives and chemical weapons and train in their use, to pass to the control of Ibn Cheikh, a Libyan leader of Al Qaeda.

The DGSE report, dated January 9, 2001, is classified "Defense Confidential" and "National (French) Use Only" states, "Besides the Maghreb enclave, the training at Darunta, which, for approximately 2 months, mainly involved the manufacture and the use of the explosives by terrorists. This training, initially provided at the camp of Khalden, in Paktia, was transferred during 1995, on the order of Ibn Cheikh, to Darunta, in order to slide [the training] from the control of the security services of certain countries, in particular the United States and the United Kingdom."

Classified French DGSE intelligence report: Al Qaeda training camp passed from control of CIA to Bin Laden in 1995.

The report continues by stating that in 1998, the training was expanded to include the use of C-4 plastic explosives and different types of detonators (electric, acid, etc.). Training also included the use of homemade explosives (like improvised explosive devices killing so many in Iraq today) and poisons such as arsenic, cyanide, gas, diamond powder, nicotine, and ricin. After Al Qaeda took control of Darunta from the CIA and MI-6, the camp was used to train Al Qaeda operatives to launch a series of deadly attacks, including the November 19, 1995 attack on the Egyptian embassy in Islamabad, the 1998 attacks on the US embassy in Nairobi, the abortive Dec. 31, 1999 "Millennium" attack on Los Angeles International Airport by Algerian Ahmed Ressam, and the attack on the USS Cole.

In 1995, James Woolsey left as CIA Director and was replaced by John Deutch. Deutch's deputy was George Tenet, who previously served in Bill Clinton's National Security Council. The National Security Adviser was Tony Lake. George Tenet The House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence (HPSCI) was chaired by Larry Combest of Lubbock, Texas and 1995 was the year Porter Goss joined the CIA oversight committee. On November 12, 2002, only a week after winning his 10th term, Combest suddenly announced his resignation from the House. Goss took over the HPSCI gavel from Combest in 1997, after serving only two years on the committee. In 1995, the Chairman of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence was Arlen Specter, a person whose fingerprints, like those of Goss, have been all over shady intelligence operations since the early 1960s. CIA intelligence analyst Michael Scheuer formed the CIA's Bin Laden Unit in 1996. "

Al-Quaeda camps were started using M16 in Afghanistan!

6:18 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

"SPB, you need to come down out of orbit." Yawn!!!


Waas: Rove Was Novak's Source; Two Men May Have Planned Cover-Up


Interesting information that you passed along Roger!

6:21 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Some of these people scare me. Please come home to Chicago. At least when we get pathologically weird here, it's only about baseball.

6:33 PM  
Anonymous cjt said...

Hastert: Timing of Letter and Fund-Raiser Just a Coincidence
May 25, 2006 4:47 PM

Brian Ross Reports:

Speaker of the House Dennis Hastert said today that is was "a coincidence" that convicted lobbyist Jack Abramoff held a fund-raiser for Hastert the week Hastert sent a letter to the Secretary of Interior that benefited some of Abramoff's clients. The fund-raiser was held at a restaurant owned by Abramoff.

Here's the full transcript of his comments, including his reaction to the ABC News story about him:

Reporter: Mr. Speaker, you did write a letter to the Interior Secretary trying to quash the building of this casino that would have competed with the one represented by Jack Abramoff.

Speaker Hastert: Well, you know, I'm not sure what Abramoff's connection was, I really don't. Jim McCreary from Louisiana asked us, and 33 of us signed a letter because we also have underlying concerns, and this is venue shopping by tribes, in areas that they weren't necessarily in before, to put casinos down. We have a problem in Illinois with Miami Indians. In central Illinois, we also have a problem in my own district with the Kansas Potawatomi's who want to do the same thing. So it was a letter saying this precedent shouldn't be set.

Reporter: And the fact that it was written after you had a fund-raiser at Jack Abramoff's restaurant?

Speaker Hastert: That's, that's a coincidence.

Reporter: What do you make of the fact that this investigation got out there the same time you have a conflict with the FBI over the Jefferson raid?

Speaker Hastert: Well, you know, first of all, what we want to do is not protect people that broke the law, what we need to protect is the division of powers in the Constitution of the United States, and that's one of the things I talked to the President about, that's one of the things that we're concerned about in this issue, and it's an ongoing discussion that we have. Now I don't know if this leak out of the Justice department or wherever it came was a coincidence or not, but I'll let anybody else connect the dots.

Reporter: Trying to intimidate you?

Speaker Hastert: I wouldn't say that. I don't know.

Reporter: What is your remedy from ABC News right now? What would you like to see from them?

Speaker Hastert: That's something my lawyers are taking care of right now, thank you.

May 25, 2006


6:35 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Hastert is going get caught with his pants down so to speak!

6:37 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

May 25, 2006, 16:36

An angry President George W. Bush intervened in the Justice Department's so-called constitutional confrontation with Congress Thursday and ordered that documents seized in an FBI raid on a congressman's office be sealed for 45 days.

The president ordered no one involved in the investigation can have access to the documents under seal and that they remain in the custody of the solicitor general.

Bush's move is seen as an attempt to reach a cooling off period in a heated confrontation between his administration and leaders of the House and Senate.

6:45 PM  
Blogger Roger Rancourt said...

Oh I assume that he will now Biloxi, the gears have tightened up period!

More controversial the world will read the news, decide for itself!!

"Subject: Voice of the White House May 21, 2006
I have been warning about this scam for quite a while. It is based on an incident that happened at the end of WW2 when the US gave captured German ENIGMA machines to their friends ... without bothering to mention that the code had been broken and that the US and British could now read messages sent using those machines.Years later, another scandal involved a European encryption company whose CEO was bribed by the NSA to intentionally weaken his own company's products. Then there was the "work reduction packet" built into DES, that carried the key used to encode the message re-encrypted so that only the NSA could read it. The first digitally encrypted cell phones used 16 bit keys, but the high order 8 bits were always set to zero to speed up brute force breaking of the keys so that spooks could listen in.

The Clipper chip supposedly protected users because the key was in two parts and one needed two different agencies' permissions to recover the key, but what was not well known was that if a spy was in possession of just one of the keys, they other could be derived fairly easily.

Finally, code breaking consists of two phases, finding the method, then finding the key. Finding the method is the hard part. If everyone uses so-called standard encryptions like PGP, then the method is already known to those in government who would spy on us and steal our business secrets for personal gain. Finding the key is just a brute-force exercise, and the NSA owns a LOT of computers for just that purpose.
One of my alphabet agency contacts was telling me of a renewed scam to better enable the knuckle-draggers to spy on everyone. What they do is this: Put together an encryption or scrambling system that purports to be “unbreakable ” so as to allow the possessors to carry on “absolutely secret” telephone or computer conversations. The obedient press then runs a rigged, government-written story, (shades of the Lincoln Group!) to the effect that this brilliant system simply cannot be broken and that the company selling it is going to be seriously investigated by the government for building a system that they cannot break. In fact, the “unbreakable system” has a built-in trapdoor that you could drive a Mack truck through and the various agencies have this, believe it.
Voice of the White House May 21, 2006
TBR – May 21, 2006

Whats going on in the censorship world?

6:46 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

ANOTHER GERBIL CABINET MEMBER IS BAILING OUT. And I did say on a pst post that this man was on his way out thanks to Josh Bolton:

Treasury secretary signals he may resign
WASHINGTON - Treasury Secretary

John Snow has signaled to the White House he is ready to resign once

"President Bush has picked a successor, administration officials and people close to Snow said Thursday. "

"They said Snow has made clear he eventually intends to return to the private sector. They spoke on condition of anonymity because Snow is not ready to discuss his plans publicly."

6:50 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hastert accuses Justice Dept. of 'intimidation' tactics
May 25, 2006, 13:51

House Speaker Dennis Hastert accused the Justice Department Thursday of trying to intimidate him in retaliation for criticizing the FBI's weekend raid on a congressman's office, escalating a searing battle between the executive and legislative branches of government.

"This is one of the leaks that come out to try to, you know, intimidate people," Hastert said on WGN radio Thursday morning. "We're just not going to be intimidated on it."

Asked later Thursday whether he thought he Justice Department retaliated against him with the leak, Hastert replied: "All I'm saying is, here are the dots. People can connect any dots they want to."

"I thought it was an interesting sequence of events," he added.

The Illinois Republican, in his interview with the Chicago radio station, was responding to an ABC News report that quoted an unnamed law enforcement source as saying that he was "in the mix" of the Justice Department's investigation into influence peddling by convicted lobbyist Jack Abramoff.

"We are not going to dignify or speculate about the motives of anonymous sources providing inaccurate information," said Justice Department spokesman Brian Roehrkasse.

Within minutes of that report late Wednesday, the department issued the first of two denials that it was investigating Hastert. The speaker demanded a retraction from ABC News, which stood by its story. Hastert on Thursday threatened to sue the network and reporters and executives for libel and defamation.

"We will take any and all actions necessary to rectify the harm ABC has caused and to hold those at ABC responsible for their conduct," wrote Hastert's counsels, J. Randolph Evans and Stefan C. Passantino. The letter was addressed to network President David Westin and reporter Brian Ross.

"Our response to the letter is our reporting on the story," said ABC News Vice President Jeffrey Schneider.

Correspondent Brian Ross stood by his report, saying he has checked with his sources who say the story accurately represents the facts "as they know them."

"There's enough there for them (the FBI) to take a look at the speaker" and other members of Congress, Ross said in an interview.

Hastert aimed his broadsides at the Justice Department amid a swirl of recriminations on Capitol Hill, including warnings by some lawmakers of a voter backlash against members of Congress "trying to protect their own."

Hastert's aides, at the same time, were in talks with the White House about the possible transfer of material seized by the FBI during its weekend raid of the office of Rep. William Jefferson, perhaps to the House ethics committee, according to several Republican officials.

A federal law enforcement official said no computers were taken during the search. Instead, "mirror images" were made of the contents of some computers in Jefferson's office, the official said on condition of anonymity because the items taken during the search remain under court seal

The goals of any transfer, they said, would be to deny the documents both to prosecutors and to Jefferson, a Louisiana Democrat ensnared in a bribery investigation, until the legal issues surrounding the weekend search of his office are resolved. The officials spoke on condition of anonymity, citing the confidential nature of the discussions.

Historians said it was the first such search of a congressman's quarters in the more than two centuries since the first Congress convened.

The White House continued to try to keep its distance publicly, saying it acknowledged "the constitutional concerns" expressed.

The House Judiciary Committee chairman, GOP Rep. James Sensenbrenner of Wisconsin, announced a hearing next week, "Reckless Justice: Did the Saturday Night Raid of Congress Trample the Constitution?"

The Associated Press reported last November that Hastert for two years did not disclose his use of Abramoff's restaurant for a fundraiser just two weeks before he asked the Interior Department in a letter to reject a Louisiana Indian tribe's application for a casino license.

At the time, Abramoff was representing another tribe that opposed the casino. Hastert, who collected a total of $100,000 from Abramoff's and his tribal clients, blamed a paperwork oversight, filed the required disclosure and paid for the use of the restaurant.


AP Special Correspondent David Espo contributed to this report.

6:50 PM  
Blogger Roger Rancourt said...

Sing it to the Jury Dennis Hastert, you and all your neocon bribes are finished in the middle east.

They always squirm and deny, squirm and lie to themselves.

7:01 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...


Is in't ironic that all these crooks who are in the back pocket of the Gerbil are getting caught one by one! Remove the Gerbil!!!

7:06 PM  
Blogger jan said...

Wow! I've got a lot of reading to do. All this new info- warms my heart :)

7:07 PM  
Blogger Roger Rancourt said...

And Biloxi how does $100000 get lost in paperwork oversight!?!

Does anyone seriously know?

"according to Hastert, $100,000 went unaccounted for due to paperwork oversight"

These are the worst exscuses known to man.

Lock them all up and throw away the key, maybe he can find his paperwork better from a pigpen!


7:18 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

"$100,000 went unaccounted for due to paperwork oversight" That statement will certainly go down in history as the most retarded excuse for a representative.. That quote should go be taught in the GERBIL 101 class!!

7:26 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...


A very interesting article about Cheney. From WSJ:

May 25, 2006, 4:52 pm
Cheney’s Pen Knife Clipping System
In an administration that has shown disdain for the media, it’s interesting to learn from the grand jury testimony of I. Lewis Libby, the former chief of staff to Vice President Dick Cheney, that his boss often used “a little pen knife” to clip newspaper articles.
Cheney would then put them on the edge of his desk or inside, pulling them out to look at and think about, Libby testified in March 2004. “That will often happen,” Libby told Special Prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald as part of the investigation into whether Bush administration officials leaked the identity of a CIA agent in response to a critical opinion piece by her husband.
Answering follow-up questions, Libby said the vice president often would keep two or three articles on the corner of his desk where they would remain “sometimes [for] a long time.” Libby noted that sometimes Cheney kept the articles in his briefcase or other places too. “I’ve seen him produce them from different places,” Libby testified. –Anne Marie Squeo

And what articles that Cheney keeps for a while in his briefcase.. Ummm.. say some articles about Joe Wilson..maybe??

7:34 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

One final note regarding my previous posting. If a person like Cheney keeps articles for a long time in his briefcase or in other places, means that that person is really engrossed into that particular article.. Not saying obsess with the articles.. But, it does show of a person state of mind and behavior in regarding to possession of items such as the articles. Now are those several articles in which Cheney keeps in possession for a long time are on the same subject or person.. Makes you wonder.. But, this WSJ article does shed some light of Dead Eye Dick's behavior observed by the little soldier...

7:41 PM  
Blogger jan said...

Or that's just his thing. I know women like that (one being my mother) pass time cutting stuff out of mags and papers and filling them. Bet he has some files of his cut-out- would be fun to make a collageout of them-show the state of his mind.

7:46 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

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7:50 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Yup, Jan!

Cut-outs of Ambassador Joe Wilson's face and several articles of Wilson's op on what he found in Niger.. Yup, that's sure sums up Dead Eye Dick's state of mind.

7:51 PM  
Blogger GrandmaNuk said...

Mr. the risk of sounding disrespectful, how can you in your right mind ask the American public to buy the "coincidence" spin to cover the fund raiser/letter to the Interior Department.
Most of us were born at night, but it wasn't last night.

7:51 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

This is starting to smell like the One Armed Bandit Defense from Hastert."It wasn't me. It was a paperwork oversight."

7:57 PM  
Blogger jan said...

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8:00 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

It was the computer's fault! LOL

9:16 PM  
Blogger jan said...

2 entries found for Cess.
cess Audio pronunciation of "Cess" ( P ) Pronunciation Key (ss)
n. Irish


[Possibly short for success.]

12:51 AM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...


I know.. Is that the most retarded statement from Hastert??? Unbelievable...

10:08 AM  

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