Jun 19, 2006

Bi-Political...


Love conquers all...

Scooter Libby Defense Fund plans dinner at home of Democratic strategist James Carville...

69 Comments:

Anonymous ha ha ha gag gag gag said...

If this picture doesn't make you totally sick, I don't know what will.
WARNING! Do not look at this picture while eating!

6:11 PM  
Anonymous Dr. Phil said...

I imgine they make sweet and gentle love with her in a full body black latex suit and he in a diaper.

6:21 PM  
Blogger Jackie said...

Now Now marriage is a partership. Libby will have KFC and still go to jail. All the meals in the world can't save this guilty little soldier. Mayb Cheney will sleep during the trial. All the journalist and those blogging the propaganda should give some of that money their being paid to lie by the GOP. Homeland Security has money to give away to the criminals they hired take some of that taxpayer money and give to Libby fund. Or better yet set up a govenment fund for all GOP criminals that way they wont have to beg.

6:25 PM  
Blogger Charles said...

You gotta be kidding me. Carvel, Lieberman, et al.

We need to do some serious house cleaning.

6:30 PM  
Anonymous Bubba said...

Skirt chaser ends up wearing skirt...

6:42 PM  
Anonymous ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha said...

Yeah sure Dr Phil, I wonder what their kids look like.
Pass the alka-seltzer.

6:44 PM  
Anonymous t said...

bubba, I'm tellin' ya, you may be correct

That kind of fundraising is also discusting and just as warped as a bald guy in a skirt-unless its a kilt!

6:51 PM  
Blogger Former Fed said...

The development they live in is right up next to the Wilson Bridge - has been a little noisy the last few years.

Perhaps that is how they get along - so much noise in the house that they can't hear each other. Truly a strange pair!!

7:32 PM  
Blogger Roger Rancourt said...

Ok folks now the fun begins.

Robert F Kennedy Jr announces federal litigation lawsuits against those who stole 2004 election!!!

"Excerpt follows:
#

PRWeek: Is there a next step?

Kennedy: I've been meeting with attorneys... to devise a litigation strategy. And I would say that very soon we'll be announcing lawsuits against some of the individuals and companies involved.

PRWeek: Who exactly would that litigation be targeting?

Kennedy: I wouldn't say, right now."
http://www.rawstory.com/news/2006/RFK_Jr._plans_suit_over_2004_0619.html

Folks its going to get hot in the kitchen, the never elected-selected Gerbil has been outed publically!!

Freedom rings! No more fraud!

Full interview>
http://www.prweek.com/us/news/open/free/blogs/564483

7:34 PM  
Anonymous t said...

Whadduya make of this??

Terror suspect alleges feds in Chicago covering up torture evidence

April 5, 2006 - A suburban man, who has admitted laundering money for terrorists, says federal authorities in Chicago are covering up evidence that he was tortured into confessing. In this Intelligence Report: the case against Muhammad Salah.
Related Links

* Watch the Video

Very blunt documents filed in federal court by lawyers for Muhammad Salah allege a conspiracy between US prosecutors and the Israeli government, that they are in cahoots to cover up evidence that Salah and other Palestinians were tortured while in Israeli custody. They are suggesting the judge in the case is being used as a stooge and trying to inject a controversial reporter into the case.

Mohammad Salah contends that in 1993 police tortured him into admitting that he was an agent of Hamas, the Palestinian terror organization.

Salah was held and interrogated for almost two months by Israeli authorities, he says, in torturous bondage and subjected to beatings and mental punishment. The confession at the end of it all resulted in his five year prison sentence and the federal money laundering charges now facing him in Illinois

http://abclocal.go.com/wls/
story?section
=investigative&id=4058611

7:39 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

t,

More rogue neocon cops gone wrong!! Every one of them will be dealt with, no worries. They obviously wanted to deliberately cover it up too!!

Notice how none of those reports are on the news and how the PLO is getting blamed so they have riots in palestine.

7:45 PM  
Anonymous kiswrite said...

RE: Scooter Defense Dinner

News article I read stated they were unsure if Carville would be "in attendance"....

7:55 PM  
Anonymous carville and matalin make me sick said...

It can be a new soap for SPB:
Carville and Matalin, The Strange and the Repulsive.

7:55 PM  
Blogger Roger Rancourt said...

More scams from inside the beltway

Lewis about to join Cunningham!

http://www.tpmmuckracker.com

8:03 PM  
Blogger Quzi Formerly CC said...

Roger,

I saw that article on:

"Robert F Kennedy Jr announces federal litigation lawsuits against those who stole 2004 election!!!"

Great news because he certainly has connections and his name is always noticed by media and the public...the more people raising hell about the fraud ...the better...and hopefully we will get a very public court case...

8:29 PM  
Blogger Kangaroo Brisbane Australia said...

They got it right about extra-marital affairs of Gary Hart, Bill Clinton, and Jesse Jackson. Now, they have the goods on George W. Bush.
June 19, 2006 -- American Media, which owns the tabloids National Enquirer, The Star, and The Globe, and which scooped the mainstream media on Gary Hart's affair with Donna Rice on "Monkey Business II"; Bill Clinton's affair with Gennifer Flowers and salacious details about his relationship with Monica Lewinsky; and Jesse Jackson's illegitimate child has published details of the George W. Bush-Condoleezza Rice relationship and his problems with First Lady Laura Bush in the current, June 26, 2006 issue of The Globe. WMR is quoted in the story.
They got it right about extra-marital affairs of Gary Hart, Bill Clinton, and Jesse Jackson. Now, they have the goods on George W. Bush. There goes Dubya's "5 percent poll bounce." Word from the South: This story ain't playing well among Dubya's white, fundamentalist base, his last bastion of support.

***WayneMadsenReport***

8:30 PM  
Blogger Kangaroo Brisbane Australia said...

Check out the pic at


http://www.waynemadsenreport.com/

Can YOU IMPEACH Now

8:33 PM  
Blogger Kangaroo Brisbane Australia said...

PLEASE PRETTY PLEASE, TELL ME YOU CAN IMPEACH A PRESIDENT NOW, I AM SURE, THAT WAS WHAT CLINTON WAS IMPEACHED FOR, WE WATCHED THE WHOLE DEBACLE ON THE BOX FOR A COUPLE OF YEARS HERE IN AUSTRALIA.
WHAT COMES AROUND GOES AROUND.

8:36 PM  
Anonymous t said...

anon, those are good points!

8:52 PM  
Blogger teak said...

I want Miss Jackie and SPB to start telling us bedtime stories, so my ditzy brain doesn't explode trying to keep up with this crap.

Mr. Fitzgerald?

"Once upon a time, there was big group of evil-doers and...."

?? What does the U.S. prisnors at Gitmo and wherever wear? I seen something on the news that just bugs me....

9:01 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Folks,

You can tell that Libby is running out of money for legal fees! His trial is not until January and how many fundraisers has the smurf had? The smurf is just nickeling and diming for loose change for his attorney fees. Desperate people do desperate things! I'm telling you folks. The smurf's attorneys will be soaking in the sun at the Cayman Islands in retirement with the smurf's legal fees. And I wonder how much leftovers will be left from the fundraiser! My bet is that there will be 100 buckets of KFC chicken wings left from the smurf party!

9:04 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

"It can be a new soap for SPB:
Carville and Matalin, The Strange and the Repulsive."

That's funny! LOL! I will add that as a new soap opera! You know there is song that can relate to the Gerbil's dilemma:

TORN BETWEEN TWO LOVERS (Condi & the bottle)
FEELING LIKE A FOOL
LOVING BOTH OF YOU IS BREAKING ALL THE RULES
COULD REALLY BLAME YOU IF YOU TURNED AND WALKED AWAY
WITH EVERYTHING I FEEL INSIDE
I'M ASKING YOU TO STAY.

9:19 PM  
Blogger teak said...

Craig Ferguson on the Late, Late Show runs pieces of W.'s speeches when he seems drunk plus he slows the speed down just a tad. The time he was in India is an example.

Fergie would spot a drunk, he makes no secret of own problems and has been clean for 14 years. A person that is truely recovering or THEIR FAMILIES, do not act like George and Laura Bush.

9:33 PM  
Blogger Night Owl said...

Ha ha ha gag gag etc.--which picture did you mean? The one with Carville and Matalin or the one next to it on the story, with Coulter's smug face?

Look up 'opposites attract' in the dictionary and I think Carville's and Matalin's faces are there. But, that couple does not bother me nearly as much as the fundraising for Libby. He should just get another job. I hear Wal-mart and McDonald's are hiring, except both places screen the potential employees for past wrongdoing. How about a 5:00 a.m. newspaper route for Libby to earn money?

9:49 PM  
Anonymous Global Evildoer Fighter said...

Fly-on-the-Wall conversation of "that night" that Laura walked out...


Laura: "Why is that woman calling you Husband in front of the Country Georgie?"

Prez: "Oh you mean Brown Shug....I mean Condaleeza ?, Dang it.."

Laura: I'm outta here, you need help! SLAM!!

Prez: "Karl, fire up a Navy Carrier, we need to attack a country..."

Karl Rove from A/C Bunker: "Right away Mr. Luthor, I mean Mr. Prez..."

*Belly Laugh*

[Karl Rove as Otis which is Lex Luthors assistant in Superman Movie]

10:24 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

Returning to "06 cr 128"

By Marc Ash,

Mon Jun 19th, 2006 at 06:59:47 PM EDT :: Fitzgerald Investigation

"Special Counsel Patrick Fitzgerald's investigation is a unique chapter in American history. The probe has managed to shed light into the inner recesses of perhaps the most secretive presidential administration in US history. His mission is not political, and he will not allow it to be."

10:25 PM  
Anonymous glolbal evildoer fighter said...

s-q,

*clap clap clap*

...there's too much politics as it is in Government and too much secrecy in this Constitutional Republic...

I'm glad there's someone who see's both Democrats and Republicans for what they are....

Flesh and Blood People, who are all squandaring their heritage for the almighty dollar and leaving their children with squat!...

___

10:32 PM  
Blogger Roger Rancourt said...

All I want for Fitzmas is the Nazis in the brig,

The neocons lose their fig!!

A a tree patterned with Rove's handcuffs,

And all the lunatics lined with fisticuffs!

All I want for fitzmas, is a tied up case!

With Cheney sneer on his face,

As old 'Dick resigns in disgrace!!!

And all I want for Fitzmas,
Oh all I want for Fitzmas,
Is MEL SEMBLER tossed in jail,
Its really beyond the pale, he and all his neocon crazies and their country of is-ra-el.

And all I want for Fitzmas is all the crimes pro-secuted, all around the world, to make room for the people's congress totally unfurled!!

All I want for Fitzmas is a gift from me to you,

PLEASE GOD, oh, help me make my Fitzmas wish come true!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Da da dum! :-D

Roger

10:42 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

Global Evildoer Fighter:
You are correct, these past few years have been so costly to America. I'm not just talking about the amount of money wasted on all the fraudulent and corrupt scandals, wars, disasters, etc.

It has cost America much, much more than that! We all know how America used to be and it hurts to see what has happened to this great country!!

10:45 PM  
Anonymous global evildoer fighter said...

s-q,

Yep, we're all hurtin...

Globalism is not worth selling out your people and your soul for.

...and that to me is the gist of the whole matter!

10:50 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

Global Evildoer Fighter:
EXACTLY! It must change and we can all make a difference in the November elections. We need to make sure we elect people that will serve the citizens of this country!

I joke around alot but I know we have a serious job ahead of us and that is to turn this country around for the better. :)

11:07 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

Global Evildoer Fighter:
So, are you a caped crusader too? You know, like Superman Biloxi and Batman Fitz? *wink* :)

11:10 PM  
Anonymous global evildoer fighter said...

s-q,

United we stand, divided we fall..

Only domestic traitors could've taught our enemies how to accomplish that...

Democrats, Republicans, Crime Fighters, we're all just people!

The reality that the people of the United States need to see is that people are not a cardboard cutout of their labels and that labels have been used since time immemorial to divide the people and conquer them.

We must move beyond the label and find the person behind the label and all before the Elections in Nov.

So even if we let's say vote all republicans, will not mean that we'll vote for a rubber stamp. We'll vote for America.

Where Hope never dies...

12:01 AM  
Anonymous global evildoer fighter said...

s-q,

Oh, er...

..and just say no thank you to Graft!

;)

12:08 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I see that Dubai still controls the ports. How much you wanna bet that Hastert has a secret ownership in Dubai through one of his Illinois land trusts

12:57 AM  
Blogger Jackie said...

glober evildoer I love Otis my boy as Karl I think Lex is Cheney aka Rip Van Winkle. Where is Superman when you need him.
I knew I was right about Connie. I read along time ago about her comment at the dinner where she called Bush her husband. Now the Globe has the article front page and if Bush doesn't charge them with slander the story is true. All Roves hard work convencing Americans in the red states that family values and morals were the main part of the Bush Administration only to find out it was all a lie. Well now we do have an African American as first lady in the White House. This story is so much like Pitt/Jolie as the husband cheated on his wife and the other woman took the man. Let's hope Connie is on the pill. Love is something isn't it. Maybe now that George/Connie don't have to hide their affair she can help him stop drinking.

1:04 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yeah right, and Condaleeza rice can help him stop going to satanist rituals and reading the Talmud!!!!

We all know that isn't going to happen....

The cloak behind the scenes...

1:50 AM  
Blogger teak said...

I hope and pray justice is served but most of all the whole truth will be told, for people are not stupid...the trust of the American people in their government has been lost and without the truth, people cannot heal.

The world knows and is watching. Justice belongs squarely on the evil-doers' shoulders, not just the 'little guy' who can be made into a patsie to take the fall as usual.

2:54 AM  
Blogger elees said...

This group are all
Marie Antoineette clones..
History does repeat...
I have watch Carvel morf into a WOOSSSSSSSSSSSSS....
my bet is on the Universal Justice
It will get them all...

6:42 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Universal Justice only says -

You Get What You Deserve

7:20 AM  
Blogger Night Owl said...

Jackie--"Let's hope Connie is on the pill."

Yes, the world does not need any more drunken twins.

Oh, people in this country will be more uptight about a Rice/Bush thing. Go check out Chile's new president, Michelle Bachelet. She had an extra-marital kid with someone from the opposing political party a few years back, and not too many people cared. There was an article about her in the May 2006 issue of "Vogue" and I am *not* going to explain why I was reading Vogue. ;-)

Best of luck to President Bachelet, that woman survived Pinochet's regime, being tortured herself, and her father getting tortured to death. Whatever happened to Pinochet? Didn't he resurface a few years back because he was sick and went to the doctor?

7:40 AM  
Anonymous t said...

Night Owl ,Jackie-Good one about Condi on the pill...

That's interesting about the prez of Chile...

I watched the CNN clip of Fitz making the Libby announcement again, which got me thinking...

What about this theory?
Fitz did indict-Gonzo insisted it be sealed for "national security" or whatever.
Rover REALLY wanted it sealed too-allowing him personally to discredit the non-msm media reporting his immminent indictment and make people wonder about Fitz "being bought"...a two-fer, really- plus they buy more time for their criminal enterprise.

So if/when dastardly Dick is indicted, perhaps they will try to pull the same ploy. I doubt it will work twice...Dick needs to be seen as a flight risk and treated accordingly! If the judge doesn't see it that way, I'd complain repeatedly and outloud...(no kidding,huh? ;-)

8:31 AM  
Blogger Selamat JA said...

This is kind of long, sorry for that, and I don't know how to make the links live...sorry for that, too. This may be relevant (or not-as the case may be).
Smajon

citizenspook
Monday, June 19, 2006
PRESIDENT BUSH SAYS FITZGERALD'S INVESTIGATION IS OVER

Let me separate this report into two sections.

1. FACTS and QUESTIONS

2. ANALYSIS

All of the FACTS in section "1." are not disputed. Every FACT in this report is 100% documented.

The QUESTIONS are simply questions.

The ANALYSIS section contains my take on the facts.

1. FACTS and QUESTIONS:

The CIA leak investigation has been shut down according to George W. Bush.

Thanks to MissWaverly of the Democratic Underground discussion forum for pointing out this quote.

"On Air Force One flying back from a surprise trip to Iraq, Bush said of the decision: 'It's a chapter that has ended. Fitzgerald is a very thorough person. I think he's conducted his investigation in a dignified way. And he's ended his investigation.' "

DU link

New York Times link


Last week, Randall Samborn changed the official response of the Special Prosecutor's office regarding the status of the investigation.

When asked last week if the investigation was ongoing, Samborn refused to comment. This answer changed the official response of the Special Prosecutor's office as to the status of the investigation. Samborn has consistently invoked the "no comment" response to "almost" every question he's been asked. But back on October 28, 2005, at the time Libby's indictments were announced, Samborn was asked if the investigation was ongoing and to this he replied,

The investigation will continue with a new grand jury.

Fitzgerald -- at the Libby indictment press conference -- stated that the investigation was ongoing.

From a CBS News Report on October 28, 2005:

"Rove’s lawyer said he was told by the prosecutor’s office that investigators had 'made no decision about whether or not to bring charges and would continue their probe into Rove’s conduct.

Fitzgerald’s spokesman, Randall Samborn, said the investigation will continue but with a new grand jury. The term of the current grand jury cannot be extended beyond today."

Political Forecast link

There you have it, back in October 2005, Samborn and Fitzgerald (at the Libby Indictment press conference) both unequivocally stated that the investigation was ongoing.

As of yesterday, the official word from Fitzgerald’s office – via Samborn -- is:

"Asked if the CIA leak investigation is still continuing, Samborn said, 'I'm not commenting on that as well at this time.' "


http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2006/06/13/ap/politics/mainD8I7C7N00.shtml


How is it possible that President Bush can unequivocally state that Fitzgerald has ended his investigation, while Samborn refuses to confirm this?

Some have argued that if Samborn were to say that the investigation was ongoing -- as he did at the time of the Libby indictment press conference -- that would elicit further media inquiries about who Fitz was investigating. To this I say, "So what?" Fitz can answer those questions in the same manner he answered them at the Libby indictment press conference when he refused to give any names. From the Libby indictment press conference:

QUESTION: Is Karl Rove off the hook? And are there any other individuals who might be charged? You say you're not quite finished.

FITZGERALD: What I can say is the same answer I gave before: If you ask me any name, I'm not going to comment on anyone named, because we either charged someone or we don't talk about them. And don't read that answer in the context of the name you gave me.

Libby Indictment Press conference link

But the more serious question is --

IF THE FITZGERALD INVESTIGATION HAS ENDED AS PRESIDENT BUSH HAS STATED, WHY WON'T SAMBORN OR FITZGERALD CONFIRM THE PRESIDENT'S ANNOUNCEMENT?

If the President is correct, the question remains -- WHO SHUT THE INVESTIGATION DOWN? I can think of three answers:

1. Fitzgerald shut it down.
2. External Government forces shut it down.
3. Judge Reggie Walton shut it down.

It's obvious from the statements of Luskin, Corallo and President Bush, they want us to believe it was Fitzgerald who shut the investigation down after clearing the entire Bush cabal of wrongdoing.

Please also note that Samborn would not comment last week on the status of Karl Rove even though Rove's attorney and spokesperson claim that Rove was cleared by Fitzgerald.

Various commentators have argued that Samborn's recent "no comments" should be ignored since he almost always answers "no comment."

But "almost" doesn't count except in horeshoes and hand grenades. Samborn's recent refusal to comment on the status of the investigation stands in stark contrast to his comment of October 28, 2005 -- "the investigation will continue..." And since that very specific comment was the only comment with any direct substance Samborn has ever issued, it makes sense to scrutinize carefully his most recent refusal to confirm that the investigation is ongoing.

Additionally, Fitzgerald, through Samborn, has refused to publicly issue any exculpatory comments or evidence pertaining to Rove's status.

Furthermore, as I pointed out last week, Samborn's official comment from October 28, 2005 -- "the investigation will continue" -- has been mysteriously edited out of the CBS News report the comment first appeared in.

And since I wrote that report last week, Samborn's only substantial comment --"the investigation will continue" -- remains mysteriously absent from the CBS News report. And since that quote was attributed to CBS News, there now exists no direct confirmation that Samborn ever said that.

The link provided for the original CBS News report by politicalforecast.net is



CBS News link 1



But when you click through to it, you come to a two part article about the Libby indictment which does not include the quote by Samborn stating that “the investigation will continue”. That quote has been edited out of the article. Click through and you’ll see that the link to the second part of the two part-article, dated October 29, 2005, does not contain the Samborn quote, “the investigation will continue”. When you click the link at the bottom of that page, it brings you to -- not part one of the article you were reading -- but rather a different article dated October 30, 2005.

CBS News link 2

Neither link includes the quote by Samborn, “the investigation will continue.”

It wasn’t just politicalforecast.net who quoted this Samborn statement. You can find reference to it at Think Progress

as well as Democratic Underground

The quote was also carried by WTKR, but the page has now been removed.


The full WTKR story with the Samborn quote can be found here


ANALYSIS

If Samborn's October 28, 2005 quote -- "the investigation will continue" -- had never been uttered, it would be difficult to read anything into Samborn's most recent comments.

There appears to be a coordinated effort to distract those examining Samborn's refusal to confirm President Bush's allegation that Fitz has ended the investigation. That effort has also been extended to Samborn's refusal to issue a public exculpation of Rove's status. The greek chorus sounds something like this:

"Samborn always says 'no comment'. Samborn would say 'no comment' even if somebody asked him if his name was Randall?"

But the facts don't support the greek chorus because Samborn was very comfortable stating "the investigation will continue" back in Ocotber 2005.

There must be a reason why Fitzgerald via Samborn has refused to issue a public confirmation that:

A. President Bush was correct when he stated Fitzgerald "ended" the investigation.

B. Rove has been cleared.

Somebody with access needs to ask CBS News why they've rewritten history regarding Samborn's comments of October 28, 2005.

SOMEBODY WITH ACCESS NEEDS TO ASK CBS NEWS WHY THEY'VE REWRITTEN HISTORY REGARDING SAMBORN'S COMMENTS OF OCTOBER 28, 2005.

If the status of this investigation has been terminated by "SEALED" activity, Fitzgerald has NO LEGAL OPTION to comment. That would give Rove, Luskin and Bush the freedom to liberally comment for Fitzgerald. The only way for Fitzgerald to legally give us a hint that something might be rotten in Denmark is to issue a "no comment" where "no comment" did not exist before.

And that's exactly what we have now, a "no comment" from Samborn to the only question he ever offered a substantive answer to in the past.

I want to go on the record and say I believe in Patrick Fitzgerald. Everything available to me as a critical human being which influences my instincts is screaming loud to me that Fitzgerald is an ethical man swimming amongst vipers. And I believe he and Samborn have used the only tool available to them to inform the public that the situation is not as clear cut as Luskin, Rove and Bush would have us believe.

Last week, Samborn issued a "no comment" to the only question he previously made a substantive comment to. And he's refused to confirm Luskin's statements purporting to exonorate Rove as well.

It's incredible that a US Attorney refuses to confirm the President of the United States concerning the question of whether a criminal investigation with grave national security interests has been ended.

I believe it's totally in the realm of possibility, if not probability, that Fitzgerald was shut down by "SEALED" activity. Had Fitzgerald seen this coming, it's possible he may have educated the Grand Jury to their Constitutional powers of PRESENTMENT as opposed to INDICTMENT. It's also alternatively possible Fitzgerald was ordered to end the investigation. And it's possible that both of these scenarios are in play.

If Fitzgerald has been illegally stopped, and that decision is sealed, then Fitz can't speak out. The Bush cabal would know that he couldn't legally speak out and thereafter choose their statements carefully, making it appear as if Fitz has ended the investigation by selective quotation. Of course, Luskin can help to clear all of this up by publishing the purported document which allegedly clears Rove. But so far, Luskin refuses to do that.

If my analysis is on point, I expect Fitzgerald may be awaiting future decisions of Judicial review before he takes considers more drastic options, ie resignation.

Furthermore, all things considered, I'm very disgusted by bloggers who have eaten Luskin's comments up like good little Bush admin. stooges. The Talkleft.com attempt to squelch all dialogue concerning Rove's status is particularly sickening. You fold up the tents and go home dear girl, I'm sticking with Fitz until he officially clears this up.


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P.S. Various readers have commented that when doing a Google search on "citizenspook" the engine sometimes provides only three hits and then on a second attempt 556 hits come up. As of last week there were over 3600 hits. I just confirmed that only 3 hits showed up followed by a second attempt which showed 556.

Furthermore, the blog has been redirected at times to various blank sites.

I find this all very flattering and it inspires me to keep writing.

Coming soon:

An in depth study of the Grand Jury use of Presentments.



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Friday, June 16, 2006
JUNE TALKING POINTS FOR CITIZEN SPOOKS

In yesterday's report I was perhaps guilty of cramming too much information into one essay. After seeing the various arguments floating around discussion forums, I noticed that the trolls are trying to focus attention away from the most important aspects of this report. So I'm putting up two talking points today which, if argued properly, will expose trolls from the wrong side of the tracks.

CS talking point # 1. Fitzgerald and Samborn have done an about face.

In October 2005, after the Libby indictment was announced both Fitz and Samborn unequivocally stated that the investigation would continue. As of June 13, 2006 their official position on whether the investigation is ongoing has shifted to "no comment at this time." This particular "no comment" changes the status of the investigation based upon prior direct answers by Samborn.

The big question you need to get out is why Samborn has shifted the official response from

the investigation wll continue

to

no comment on that at this time

C'mon people, something very starange is happening here with this Luskin fax situation. My theory that a run away grand jury may have taken the reins from Fitz is certainly speculation, but SOMETHING has happened which caused Samborn to change his response to questions regarding the ongoing status of the investigation.

People should be examining the tight lipped Samborn's comments because they indicate that something is going on behind the scenes of this investigation which has now caused Samborn to release a very intriguing "no comment" where there "no comment" did not exist before.


CS Talking Point #2: We the People Have Been granted Constitutional Police Powers Over Tyranical Governmental Abuse As Grand Jurors.

Procedural rules and practice cannot overturn the Constitution. The Fifth Amendment grants the power to indict on their own volition to Constituionally empanelled Grand Juries.

Justice Scalia wrote an opinion for the court in 1994 which insisted that the Grand Jury's historical powers have not changed and remain to this day. (See yesterday's post for links and quotes).

Although the Government has cleverly hidden this power from us to shield itself from the oversight we are mandated with, the power still remains -- albeit unused for decades -- despite procedural rules and practices which require a US Attorney to sign Grand Jury indictments.

The Governement trusts us to indict, and even to convict people to death while we sit as jurors. So there is no reason why we should not be able to exercise our Constituionally mandated police powers over the Government when we sit as grand jurors.

Imagine you are on the Fitz Grand Jury armed with what you know about this power. If I were there, I would have lobbied for an indictment regardless of what the prosecutor was up to. Who knows what kind of pressure might be coming down on this prosecutor or any other? It's our duty, once we are empanneled, to weigh in on the evidence.

Why leave it to politicians who have proved themselves e beholden to Presidential and corporate overlords, when we the people have the Constitutional right and duty to do that which our elected officials have failed to do. Refuse to do.

And if the new common procedures of the grand jury system have deprived us of our power, then it's time to take that power back when we are sitting as grand jurors. This is something we can do without the help of legislation. The legislation already exists in the Constitution. All we have to do is exercise it and then see what SCOTUS does about it. Will Scalia choke on his own words.

The choice is yours America. Pass it on.


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Wednesday, June 14, 2006
RANDALL SAMBORN INDICATES FITZGERALD’S PLAME INVESTIGATION MAY HAVE BEEN SHUT DOWN
While yesterday’s Citizenspook headline was clearly labeled as conjecture -- citing no sources -- today’s headline carries an impeccable, unimpeachable source --Randall Samborn -- Fitzgerald’s notoriously tight lipped press officer.


In a political atmosphere run amok with pundits in constant chatter mode, Samborn has become infamous for his pat phrase “no comment.” But as you will soon see, some “no comments” are much bigger than others, especially when the same question asked yesterday of Samborn in a CBS News report elicited a complete reversal by the Special Counsel’s Office.

This is rare history. Randall Samborn has issued a statement which tells us something we did not already know before he opened his unusually tight lips.

Before we address that Samborn comment, we’ll examine his other comment from yesterday:

“Mr. Fitzgerald's spokesman, Randall Samborn, said he would not comment on Mr. Rove's status.”

That’s not the big one, but it does raise questions many bloggers and reporters have begun asking today. If Rove is no longer a “target” or “subject” in the Plame leak case, why doesn’t Samborn or Fitzgerald just tell the people the simple truth? It appears that the truth is not simple.


The lack of confirmation from the Special Counsel’s Office regarding Luskin and Corallo’s statements certainly keeps us all in the dark about what the hell is really going down here. But that analysis is not the main topic of this report.


Still, we all recall that quote from yesterday, yet tracking it down online has proven a difficult task. Here is the link I found through Google’s news search engine


http://news.google.com/news?hl=en&lr=&client=firefox-a&rls=
org.mozilla%3Aen-US%3Aofficial&ie=
UTF-8&oe=UTF-8&tab=wn&q=samborn+rove+status+june+13&btnG=Search+News


When you click it, you will see the quote I highlighted above as a caption for the actual New York Times report by David Johnston and Jim Rutenberg, published: June 13, 2006. But when you click through to the actual New York Times article, you will not find that quote. It appears to have been edited out. And this will be a recurring theme in this article.


RANDAL SAMBORN DOES AN ABOUT FACE


OK, here it is, and most of you have probably come across it, so please suspend judgment until we go back a few months for the punchline:


Fitzgerald met with chief U.S. District Judge Thomas Hogan before he notified Rove. Hogan has been overseeing the grand juries in the CIA leak case. Fitzgerald's spokesman,

Randall Samborn, declined comment. Asked if the CIA leak investigation is still continuing, Samborn said, "I'm not commenting on that as well at this time."




http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2006/06/13/ap/politics/mainD8I7C7N00.shtml


This is a blockbuster quote. You would think that if Fitzgerald were still investigating the Plame leak, his press officer would tell the public this is an ongoing investigation. And if Fitz had completed his investigation, one would expect Samborn to say that the investigation is complete.


After all, the investigation must be open or closed, right? I’ve never heard of an investigation that’s neither open nor closed. Have you?


That quote by Samborn certainly seemed strange to me and I mentioned it in my speculative report yesterday (more on that below). But yesterday, I downplayed it in my mind because it’s Samborn’s standard pat response, “No comment.”


NOT!


Today, Samborn’s refusal to confirm or deny whether the investigation remained open haunted me.


The question involves the status of a very public case where people in high Government positions are being accused of treasonous activity, espionage even. Recall that at Fitzgerald’s press conference after Libby’s indictment, Fitz indicated he was considering the Espionage Act to prosecute anybody found responsible for the Plame leak.


[Citizenspook was out in front of the MSM and the blogosphere in our detailed analysis of the Espionage Act -- not the Intelligence Identities Protection Act – as the controlling law for the Plame leak investigation.]


The standard Samborn “no comment” was not appropriate at all for the question asked. Do we have an investigation into who leaked Plame’s name or not? Even for Samborn, “no comment” seems far too elusive and incendiary. This is the kind of “no comment” which raises more questions and problems for the public than a simple answer to the question.


So I looked back in time to see if Samborn had ever been asked this question before to see what his response had been in the past. And what I found blew my mind.


Samborn was asked this question in the past, and his answer yesterday signifies a complete change, an about face has been documented. It now appears -- based upon a thorough review of Samborn’s prior statements -- that the Special Prosecutor’s Office does not know if the investigation will continue. The incredible questions this raises will be addressed below, but first we will examine Samborn’s prior official answers.

From a CBS News Report on October 28, 2005:

Rove’s lawyer said he was told by the prosecutor’s office that investigators had “made no decision about whether or not to bring charges” and would continue their probe into Rove’s conduct.

Fitzgerald’s spokesman, Randall Samborn, said the investigation will continue but with a new grand jury. The term of the current grand jury cannot be extended beyond today.

http://www.politicalforecast.net/2005/10/28/rove-still-under-investigation-by-fitzgerald/#comments


There you have it, back in October 2005, Samborn and Fitzgerald (at the Libby Indictment press conference) both unequivocally stated that the investigation was ongoing.


As of yesterday, the official word from Fitzgerald’s office – via Samborn -- is:


Asked if the CIA leak investigation is still continuing, Samborn said, "I'm not commenting on that as well at this time."


Samborn -- and by proxy Fitzgerald -- have made an official about face. The status of the investigation is now officially in limbo. And I submit to you that neither Samborn nor Fitzgerald are ignorant to the significance of this carefully worded reversal of stated policy pertaining to the status of the investigation.


It just gets stranger and stranger, doesn’t it. You have no idea.


Notice that the above quote taken from October 28, 2005 is attributed to CBS News but the link I’ve provided is to politicalforecast.net . I would love to have provided you a link to the actual CBS news quote. It was originally attributed to CBS News legal analyst Andrew Cohen.


The link provided for the original CBS New report by politicalforecast.net is


http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2005/10/28/politics/main990068_page2.shtml


But when you click through to it, you come to a two part article about the Libby indictment which does not include the quote by Samborn stating that “the investigation will continue”. That quote has been edited out of the article. Click through and you’ll see that the link to the second part of the two part article, dated October 29, 2005, does not contain the Samborn quote, “the investigation will continue”. When you click the link at the bottom of that page, it brings you to -- not part one of the article you were reading -- but rather a different article dated October 30, 2005.


http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2005/10/28/politics/main990068.shtml


Neither link includes the quote by Samborn, “the investigation will continue.”


It wasn’t just politicalforecast.net who quoted that Samborn statement. You can find reference to it at Think Progress…


http://thinkprogress.org/2005/10/28/new-grand-jury-will-continue-investigation/


as well as Democratic Underground.


http://www.democraticunderground.com/discuss/duboard.php?az=view_all&address=102x1884715


The quote was also carried by WTKR, but the page has now been removed.


http://www.wtkr.com/global/story.asp?s=4042769&ClientType=Printable


The full WTKR story with the Samborn quote can be found here…


http://groups.google.com/group/alt.politics.republicans/browse_thread/thread/6e64d332b62cc65c/fcc732b9a1e98d0b?lnk=st&q=samborn+fitzgerald+%22investigation+will%22&rnum=1&hl=en#fcc732b9a1e98d0b


Why have these quotes been edited out of these major media publications? It will be interesting to see how fast those quotes return to the stories quoted above.





WHAT DOES IT ALL MEAN?


It means something very strange went down in May, 2006.


Let’s see what we know:


We know Fitzgerald’s Office has done an about face with regards to the ongoing status of this investigation.

We know that Fitzgerald has not confirmed or denied Luskin and Corallo’s statements concerning Rove being cleared.

We know Fitzgerald cannot comment about any activity by the Grand Jury which has been sealed by the court.

We know that within three business days of Friday, May 12th 2006 the “Sealed vs. Sealed” entry was added to the District Court’s Pacer system by Judge Reggie Walton who is presiding over the Libby indictment. According to some excellent detective work by Marie26 at the Democratic Underground discussion board, we know that Case No. 06-CR-128 was probably entered on May 16 or 17th. Since the 17th was a Wed. and the Grand Jury meets on Wed., that date is more likely than the 16th.

http://www.democraticunderground.com/discuss/duboard.php?az=view_all&address=364x1406622#1410652



5. We know that Rove’s spokesperson, Mark Corallo, when he worked as a press officer for Ashcroft at DOJ, was no stranger to the use of “Sealed vs Sealed”. See


Link






WHAT WE DON’T KNOW


We don’t’ know if “Sealed vs. Sealed” is a charge against Rove.


Truthout.org claims to have a reliable source informing them that “Sealed vs. Sealed” was an indictment returned by the Fitzgerald Grand Jury. I have no way of verifying that because there is no official information available about that case. It is completely sealed.


Since it carries the “CR” designation, it must be a criminal case, not a civil case or a motion regarding news sources like Cooper and Miller. Those carry different designations than “CR”.


CONCLUSIONS


If Luskin and Corallo can quote the fax sent by Fitzgerald, than that document is not sealed and they are legally free to show it to the world. If that fax completely exonerated Rove with no legal implications against the story they have told the world, then one would expect them to print that important exculpatory document. The have refused to show the world and until they do, the entire scenario DESERVES to be examined.


We must examine it in light of Randal Samborn’s strange statements regarding the status of Rove and the entire investigation. If Rove’s people and Fitzgerald are on the same pages, we expect a communication from Fitzgerald to that effect. If Luskin has a document from Fitzgerald that he is legally allowed to quote from, then he is also allowed to show that document.


But he won’t. And Fitz won’t back up those statements.


And Samborn won’t even tell us if the investigation is ongoing. Adding this strange behavior to the existence of “Sealed vs Sealed”, we must assume there is something very unusual about the Plame investigation now that wasn’t strange before May 2006.


For the sake of argument, let’s assume now that Jason Leopold was not lying and was not being lied to. I am not saying I believe him. I have no way of knowing if his claims are true. But for the sake of argument, I want to assume Leopold, Samborn and Luskin are all telling the truth.


What scenario would allow them all to be telling the truth? There may be others, but the scenario I speculated upon yesterday -- a runaway Grand Jury may have returned charges without Fitzgerald having sought them or signed them -- allows all of the parties to be telling the truth.


If that were the case then charges may actually exist and may be the “pending case” Luskin referred to.


These might be the same charges Leopold became aware of. The investigation may have been put on hold due to the unique Constitutional issue such charges would cause. And that might also explain Samborn’s inability to confirm whether the investigation is ongoing.


If the Grand Jury returned charges which were not requested by Fitzgerald, such charges would not be signed by him. In fact, according to Constitutional law, the Grand Jury could eject Fitz from the Court and bring whatever charges they like without him. Such charges might read:


Grand Jury for the District of Washington D.C. vs. Karl Rove


And in that case, the charges may have been sealed until Judge Walton decides how to handle this unique Constitutional exercise of citizen authority.


I have seen various commentary about yesterday’s Citizenspook report alleging that the runaway Grand Jury scenario is not possible since lower courts have held that a prosecution cannot move forward without the signature of a U.S. Attorney. I submit that any lower court ruling which states that is in direct contradiction with the Constitution.


Neither the Supreme Court nor Congress has ever removed the right of Grand Jurors to return charges without a US Attorney’s acquiescence. Far from it.


Please read my previous report on the Constitutional independent authority of Grand Jurors:


TREASONGATE: The Federal Grand Jury, FOURTH BRANCH of the US Government
Link


Justice Scalia, delivering the opinion of the court, laid down the law of the land:

"'[R]ooted in long centuries of Anglo-American history," Hannah v. Larche, 363 U.S. 420, 490 (1960) (Frankfurter, J., concurring in result), the grand jury is mentioned in the Bill of Rights, but not in the body of the Constitution. It has not been textually assigned, therefore, to any of the branches described in the first three Articles. It "`is a constitutional fixture in its own right.'" United States v. Chanen, 549 F.2d 1306, 1312 (CA9 1977) (quoting Nixon v. Sirica, 159 U.S. App. D.C. 58, 70, n. 54, 487 F.2d 700, 712, n. 54 (1973)), cert. denied, 434 U.S. 825 (1977). ' "


Furthermore,


Justice Powell, in United States v. Calandra, 414 U.S. 338, 343 (1974), stated:

"The institution of the grand jury is deeply rooted in Anglo-American history. [n3] …The grand jury's historic functions survive to this day. Its responsibilities continue to include both the determination whether there is probable cause to believe a crime has been committed and the protection of citizens against unfounded criminal prosecutions. Branzburg v. Hayes, 408 U.S. 665, 686-687 (1972)."





Is it possible that Fitzgerald had the patriotic audacity to educate the Grand Jury as to their power to return indictments without his approval?


Is it possible that Fitzgerald anticipated interference by forces in the DOJ loyal to the people he is investigating?


Is it possible that behind the scenes the very fabric of our citizen powers to investigate the Government as Grand Jurors is under the final assault of a Government hell bent on destroying the safeguards of our delicate system of checks and balances?


Is it possible that Fitzgerald has spoken to us through Randall Samborn by sending an S.O.S. hidden in the simple quotation, “No comment”?


There are other possibilities, but none of them allow for all of the players to be telling the truth. I don’t believe Luskin and Corallo would say anything to the public which Fitzgerald could slam them on. Not a chance. Corallo is ex DOJ and Luskin is too skilled to do anything that stupid or unethical. So we MUST assume that Luskin and Corallo have parsed their words within the law and facts.


We don’t have to assume that Leopold and Truthout.org are telling the truth, but all things considered, I believe they have real sources or else they had to know they were committing professional suicide. Their sources could be misleading them, but we have the unique confirmation from major media reporters like David Schuster, and Chris Matthews who also believed Rove had been or was going to be indicted at about the same time Leopold first said that they were.


So if the Grand Jury acted on their own, without the signature of Fitzgerald, then Luskin’s statement that Fitzgerald doesn’t anticipate seeking charges could be true even though charges are pending against Rove. And if the “pending case” Luskin referred to is actually a charge against Rove, then his statement in this regard is also true.


THE PROBLEM WITH MY ANALYSIS


The problem then is what to do with Corallo and Luskin’s insistence that Rove has not been indicted which is a totally different animal then whether or not Fitz “anticipates seeking charges.” If the Grand Jury returned charges against Rove on their own volition, how can team Rove’s direct, unqualified insistence that Rove was never indicted square with my theory? An excellent question. Good thing I have the perfect answer. It’s called


PRESENTMENT


From TENNESSEE v. JEFFREY DWIGHT WHALEY:


“The grand jury has the power to act independentlyof the court and the district attorney

General by instituting a criminal action by presentment. State v. Superior Oil, Inc., 875 S.W.2d 658, 661 (Tenn. 1994). In practice, the district attorney general is informed of the offense, prepares the appropriate charge, and delivers it to the grand jury where it is signed by all members of the grand jury. State v. Hudson, 487 S.W.2d 672, 675 (Tenn. Crim. App. 1972) (citing State v. Darnal, 20 Tenn. 290 (1839)). A bill of indictment, on the other hand, is sanctioned by the district attorney general and signed only by the foreperson and not the other members of the grand jury. State v. Davidson, 103 S.W.2d 22, 23-24 (Tenn. 1937). “


http://64.233.161.104/search?q=cache:RO7mNaBw1scJ:www.tsc.state.tn.us/OPINIONS/TCCA/PDF/004/whaleyjd.pdf+%22presentment+v+indictment%22&hl=en&gl=us&ct=clnk&cd=1&client=firefox-a


Obviously, Tennessee law does not apply. I only cite the case to show the difference between INDICTMENTS and PRESENTMENTS. The Bill of Rights mentions both. And the Grand Jury has the Constitutional authority to return either, but as our system developed certain habits of procedure, charges brought exclusively by the Grand Jury became regularly classified as PRESENTMENTS as opposed to charges brought directly by the U.S. Attorney which are commonly referred to as INDICTMENTS.


Somebody with clout needs to ask Luskin if Rove is the subject of any PRESENTMENTS by the Fitzgerald Grand Jury. Because if the Grand Jury returned charges in the form of PRESENTMENTS, then Luskin and Corallo could steadfastly deny that any INDICTMENTS have been returned against Rove.


These people are professionals. If you give them wiggle room they will use it like a skilled Samba dancer.


Citizenspook


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8:48 AM  
Blogger Night Owl said...

I cannot resist this one. Check out the story on CNN:

http://www.cnn.com/2006/WORLD/meast/06/19/iraq.russia/index.html

CNN got punk'd on that one. They pulled that off a Web site that is run with connections to the Russian KGB, I mean FSB. Wow, if people think this blog is fake, they should go try to play with the fake Kavkaz Web site the FSB helped set up to catch Chechen terrorists. Everybody knows it's fake, well, except CNN, I suppose.

8:52 AM  
Blogger Quzi Formerly CC said...

One more WH Crook down:

From MSNBC:

Ex-Bush aide convicted in D.C. corruption case

WASHINGTON - David Safavian, a former Bush administration official accused of covering up assistance he provided to Republican influence-peddler Jack Abramoff, was found guilty on four counts of obstruction and making false statements.

Jurors were in their fifth day of deliberations when they alerted court officials that a verdict had been reached.

Safavian, the former chief of staff at the General Services Administration, was accused of concealing from GSA ethics officials, the GSA inspector general and Senate investigators his assistance to Abramoff.

http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/
13436161/

9:05 AM  
Blogger Quzi Formerly CC said...

I'm not sure if this was posted already here, but I thought it was interesting on the CIA Leak case. I think he is close to the truth here. I'd appreciate comments from others...

From CitizenSpook:

"If the status of this investigation has been terminated by "SEALED" activity, Fitzgerald has NO LEGAL OPTION to comment. That would give Rove, Luskin and Bush the freedom to liberally comment for Fitzgerald. The only way for Fitzgerald to legally give us a hint that something might be rotten in Denmark is to issue a "no comment" where "no comment" did not exist before.

And that's exactly what we have now, a "no comment" from Samborn to the only question he ever offered a substantive answer to in the past.

It's incredible that a US Attorney refuses to confirm the President of the United States concerning the question of whether a criminal investigation with grave national security interests has been ended.

I believe it's totally in the realm of possibility, if not probability, that Fitzgerald was shut down by "SEALED" activity. Had Fitzgerald seen this coming, it's possible he may have educated the Grand Jury to their Constitutional powers of PRESENTMENT as opposed to INDICTMENT. It's also alternatively possible Fitzgerald was ordered to end the investigation. And it's possible that both of these scenarios are in play.

If Fitzgerald has been illegally stopped, and that decision is sealed, then Fitz can't speak out. The Bush cabal would know that he couldn't legally speak out and thereafter choose their statements carefully, making it appear as if Fitz has ended the investigation by selective quotation. Of course, Luskin can help to clear all of this up by publishing the purported document which allegedly clears Rove. But so far, Luskin refuses to do that.

If my analysis is on point, I expect Fitzgerald may be awaiting future decisions of Judicial review before he takes considers more drastic options, ie resignation.

I want to go on the record and say I believe in Patrick Fitzgerald. Everything available to me as a critical human being which influences my instincts is screaming loud to me that Fitzgerald is an ethical man swimming amongst vipers. And I believe he and Samborn have used the only tool available to them to inform the public that the situation is not as clear cut as Luskin, Rove and Bush would have us believe.

http://citizenspook.blogspot.com/

9:28 AM  
Blogger Quzi Formerly CC said...

SJ, SPB and others,

Now I saw SJ's post on citizenspook. My quesiton is: Does anyone have any more info on PRESENTMENT? I do understand the techinical difference between PRESENTMENT vs. INDICTMENT, but I am looking for more info...

9:45 AM  
Anonymous the world wide jewish conspiracy said...

Correct. We have shut down the investigation. We compromised Fitzgerald with Reptilian Yiddish hookers.

We silenced Kathleen already, next in line is Roger Rancourt.

9:49 AM  
Anonymous t said...

"Everything available to me as a critical human being which influences my instincts is screaming loud to me that Fitzgerald is an ethical man swimming amongst vipers."

Which is what scares me for him and his staff...we support their quest for justice. Looking forward to hearing Greg Palast's view on this tonight.

9:49 AM  
Anonymous t said...

Reptilian Yiddish hookers- Got a link? I want to see what these look like;-)

9:51 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Reptilian Yiddish hookers

They look like Barbra Streisand.

10:12 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Here is a channelled message about the Rove case if anyone's interested:

S: Well, it’s there because so many people want to know what happened to Karl Rove’s indictment and what can be expected from Patrick Fitzgerald’s work. What one reader wrote sums up what others said in one way or another, “Many of us are extremely worried about the direction of our nation.”



MATTHEW: Mother, we know this, and the concern is not limited to the people in the United States! What happened to Rove’s indictment is, in a word, skullduggery. After the indictment was served, dark ones more powerful than he motivated others, also with dark proclivity, to disqualify the meticulously prepared, airtight legal case against him. Do not expect your mainstream media to comment thusly, but many reporters and all others who are thinking soundly see this as greater proof of corruption in the US justice system than the Supreme Court’s complicity in the “stolen” last presidential election.



When I spoke earlier of “delays” that are not “setbacks,” I had in mind the decision affecting Rove, which we know was extremely disheartening to the majority of people in the United States as well as US government observers in other countries. Some see this as the “last straw” of hope and now fear that forevermore, the corrupt ones will be in control. NO! The truth about this derailment of justice and all other dark endeavors cannot be hidden much longer. What we see in this moment is a lull in any apparent movement while the dark ones temporarily put lids on public disclosures such as the monstrous web of the prostitution ring “hooker-gate” that extends to the White House and the total chaos in Iraq, and they enjoy short-lived victories such as the quashing of the indictment against Rove. But the forcefulness of the light will bring these back to the public eye along with all other truths, and it is likely that instead of revelations coming forth incrementally as previously indicated by their energy momentum, due to the acceleration of “time,” it will be more like a prolonged eruption with one truth leading directly to another with little respite between.



Please do not ask when this “eruption” will begin—it is not possible to know this. The momentum of any course of action does not follow a straight line; it zigs and zags in accordance with every bit of input until the energy is played out with one result or another. Only the lowest, or basest, off-planet sources give specific dates for any occurrence, and to a considerable extent, they achieve the outcome they desire: negativity. Because they know the dates will come and go without the forecast event happening, the negativity of confusion, disillusionment and loss of belief in all channeled information results. Even when dire predictions such as a comet hitting Earth do not come to fruition, the fear created by the potential event is a victory for the darkness. How often have we urged you to be keenly discerning about all information!



Let me carry this beyond the Rove situation regarding people’s fears that justice is dead and buried and the environment is doomed, too. Legal decisions like that about Rove and unjust new and longstanding laws in any country will be repealed when wise, spiritually evolved souls take the reigns of governments, and they are ready to do so. All activities that are injurious to your planet’s well being will cease and restoration will take place amazingly quickly when our ET family can openly work with you and put to use their technology at ground level. And as Earth continues on her ascension course, all forms of disease, deception, corruption and violence will end—everything ever devised with dark intent will be only history. I know I am repeating myself here—it’s for the benefit of newcomers to my messages. I ask that the dear souls who want more comprehensive information on these and myriad other topics read prior messages on www.matthewbooks.com.

10:14 AM  
Anonymous Thomas Paine said...

What a crock of channelized shit.

Stuff like this does not help at all.

10:20 AM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Good Morning/Afternoon/Evening folks!

Happy Tuesday!

I read some of the comments for today.. Hmmm.. Presentment vs. Indictment... This sounds like Luskin's spin to try to confuse the public and the media. Presentment is a written document issued by the grand jury of any offence, from their own knowledge or observation, by officials charged with specified public duties. It doesn't include a formal charge of crime. Whereas an indictment is a formal charge. My thoughts since neither Fitz or Randall are talking about this case, Luskin is taking this opportunity to confuse the average citizen who may not under the terminology of law. Leopold was told by his sources that there was sealed document and that document is for Rove. Because there are so many major players involved in thie case, we have no idea what new information cropped to Fitz. But, nevertheless, the only way that this investigation is closed for good is that Fitzgerald, himself, would have to make that statement. This case is not over by a long shot.If he had a press conference for Libby's indictment, surely, he would have one to announce the closing of the leak case.. But, the secrecy by the DOJ office and Fitz is what has gotten the Gerbil and company very nervous...

10:45 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Robert F Kennedy Jr announces federal litigation lawsuits against those who stole 2004 election!!!"

Can we have a presidential recall election?

If not, can't just arrest these criminals? I call Citizen's Arrest!

jamie in ny

10:49 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Being a strategist to the Democratic Party may not necessarily mean that you are a democrat yourself? I also can see that the democratic party is infiltrated with republicans and there may not be many real democrats left representing the party. They have all been bought off.
D

10:50 AM  
Blogger Quzi Formerly CC said...

Thanks SPB for your thoughts...

It seems the plot is thickening when we are not even sure of the plot...LOL. But one thing I feel for sure is that this investigation is not over as SPB says...

We will not give up on truth and justice. Go Team Fitzie and watch your backs!

11:08 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

No no, no "worldwide yiddish conspiracy" got Fitzgerald.

Delusionary tactics inferred by the dark...

You know as well as I do Biloxi, that Fitzgerald is working the case and the best way to go about it is total secrecy. ;)

Keeps all the talmudists in total dark to proceed with the plan, because big conspiracies about satanism require big responsibility!

And speaking of that, Safavian, the latest talmudist is convicted as the tentacles continue reaching into the whole congress....
Safavian convicted on 4 counts!

Lets bring home the jailcells, nobody will be ignored in this congress!!

Plus scientific proof found of Thermite at the World Trade Center.

http://portland.indymedia.org/en/2006/06/341238.shtml

Scientists prove theory factual and test residue of thermate, thermite mixed with sulfur on portions of WTC.

Inside job using british spies....

11:22 AM  
Anonymous Don de Drain said...

A good morning for justice, as Safavian is convicted. And Abramoff's reporting date to Club Fed has been postponed. If I used to hang out with Abramoff, I'd be mighty nervous right about now. Best part about Safavian is that they convicted him without putting Abramoff on the stand. An interesting prosecutorial strategy that fortunately worked.

Anon at 11:50-- I have often speculated that the Dems might have a "Kim Philby" type lurking in their senior leadership. And the Carville-Matalin union is strange indeed. I have personal knowledge of what happens when you can't talk to a person you share a home with about what you do at work. The increased stress associated with that situation is difficult to take over a long period of time. Usually, something gives: 1) someone changes jobs (which is what happened in my case), 2) the people who share a home stop sharing a home, or 3) The people sharing a home start talking about things they should not talk about, to the detriment of third parties. Of course, there are those rare people who are able to make things work over long periods of time,notwithstanding the stress associated with not being able to talk about what you do at work. I hope for everyone's sake that such is the case with Carville-Matalin.

11:24 AM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Chimpcoulter,

I know this case is a serious matter. I know Fitz takes this case seriously.. But, to be honest, the major players in this case are like a novel, comic strip, or a soap opera.. Many of their tactics are just the joke of the year! I have never read on some many nimrods from the Gerbil Administration. And I thought some of my own relatives are retarded, gone space city, just plain stupid, on another planet, or dropped when they were born! But, these cats take the cake! The smurf party funraisers are like the milk machine. The mike is all dried up just like his case. And Porkrind is running around with a temporary freedom card spreading the bullshit for the November election. And I know very soon that his temporary visitor card will be stamped "expired" and his parole officer, Luskin, will hall his ass back to court. And this time it will be a "real" indictment! I cannot wait for Rip Van Winkle Cheney to finally get brought to his knees to justice.. Maybe Fitz can hand his indictment in the daytime since Cheney has his uptime events and taking the blue pill at nights while resting his body in the afternoons. And the Gerbil? He will do what he do best and yearn for the bottle. I just read Jackie's comments that she hope that Condi is taking protection with the Gerbil. God helps us if there are multiple Gerbils running around this earth that yearns the bottle. What will happen to species on this earth?

11:31 AM  
Blogger teak said...

"citzenspook" is posting on the comment parts on RawStory, does anyone know who this person is?

He also said that Valerie was a double agent and there is no way to win the case...perfect crime. (earlier postings) (Joe and Val were in on the crimes for fame and profit.)

It was reported that Luskin had a letter too from Mr. Fitzgerald...why didn't he read it or publish it? With all the arrogance going on with that camp, rather odd they didn't.

Go Team Fitz.

11:32 AM  
Blogger Roger Rancourt said...

People take citizenspook's words with a grain of salt. He is a former CIA official and offers no evidence that Plame is a double agent or anything else.

Just read between all the lines as Biloxi says, take nothing but droplets from Citizen Spook since no he doesn't know their stratey.

This is a case cloaked in secrecy, and its far from over as was stated on the front of here.

11:50 AM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Roger,

A lot of media will have different spins and answers to this leak case since Fitz is keeping mum about his investigation. People can harping about why this case has to be in secrecy or why can't Fitz come out and tell the public what is going on. I learn this from a grandparant that silence is powerful tool. And quiet people can be dangerous at times. You don't know actually how to read that person's thought which frightens people. Just watch between now and November election of some the slip ups, blunders, mistakes, and more scandals that will come out from the Gerbil and company. The Gerbil and company are too busy watching Fitz and his move. If they have a brain which they don't, they should put Henry Waxman, rep. in California on their radars. Waxman is the only one that has spearheaded questions about Rove's role in the leak case..The Gerbil and company are too busy focusing on Fitzgerald being the only leader of the pack to bring them down but never realized that there other army of leaders (Murtha, Feingold, Waxman, Conyers, etc) that have developed who are waiting in the wing to bring down the Gerbil!

12:10 PM  
Blogger GrandmaNuk said...

once again...do you suppose there has been a change on PJF's witness list in the last four weeks? Just a thought!

And, Jackie.....love your new look. Good ol' HP! another wizard!

2:25 PM  
Anonymous Stephen Pitt said...

The picture fairly represents the universal infiltration of our Republic by neocons. Fascist lite is not the preferred American dish, but cooked to a crisp, their flavor improves.

2:58 PM  
Anonymous Stephen Pitt said...

Hey Kangeroo Brisbane Australia:

http://www.light-to-dark.com/rapture_rejected.html

The Pimp and his enablers stand naked before us.

We enjoyed our visit to Down Under, and especially enjoyed the opinions of every-one-we-spoke-to about John and George.

It seems fascism isn't too popular there.

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