Dec 16, 2006

24 - 7 - 365.2425..!

Seasons greetings,
G-Men & Women!
Harder working than Santa's elves, the dedicated team of professionals working in the field and at the J. Edgar Hoover - FBI Building 'round the clock (even on Christmas and Leap Day) investigating graft and corruption (my pet peeve) and locking up evildoers - an endless and often thankless task. Talk about results...

Over 1,000 Govt. Employees
Snared by FBI for Corruption

Over the last two years, the FBI has convicted more than 1,060 government employees involved in corrupt activities, to include 177 federal officials, 158 state officials, 360 local officials, and more than 365 police officers. In FY 2005 alone, the Public Corruption Program saw a 25% increase in public corruption cases investigated, resulting in 890 indictments, 759 convictions, and 2,118 cases still pending. There are 622 agents currently working public corruption matters, an increase of 264 since 2002. - Dec. '06 - testimony by Robert S. Mueller, III - Director FBI before the Senate Judiciary Committee - an A++ read.
Alas, there is always more work to be done...

Rep. Murphy fires aide who made accusations has now become FBI Probes Claims Against Congressman Murphy

Would you believe this is the 19th member of the 109th Congress under federal investigation?

Hopefully, Rep. Alan "Midas Touch" Mollohan, the incoming chair of the House appropriations panel which oversees the budget of the Justice Department, including the FBI, will increase funding next year to fight this epidemic of corruption. $500 million (about the cost of 10 AH-64D helicopters) would be a good start to bolster programs already aimed at cleaning up government at all levels, federal, state and local. Oops, maybe I spoke too soon.

And now the ethics-challenged Mollohan

"Mr. Mollohan's personal wealth in connection with real estate investments -- his net worth surged from the low-to-mid six figures in 1999 to at least $6.8 million and as much as $25 million by 2005 -- while he was in office; and one concerning $250 million in federal appropriations to five nonprofit organizations that Mr. Mollohan himself set up and which employ his friends and some of his campaign contributors."



Blogger Global Evildoer Fighter said...

So who's better ?

The Post Office or the G-Men ?

Can they operate in Sub Zero Temps ?


9:32 PM  
Blogger Global Evildoer Fighter said...

G'night all! :)

9:33 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

any guess as to the percentage increase for next year???

9:34 PM  
Blogger Quzi Formerly CC said...


I have tried to post 3 times to this thread...and every time you have deleted it! Is it Miller time there? LOL

I see you fixed the font size. I could read it, but I have x-ray vision.

9:37 PM  
Blogger Quzi Formerly CC said...

So this is what moderating comments looks like. I was wondering how that worked on a blog. Too much work, Fitzie!

9:44 PM  
Blogger Quzi Formerly CC said...

Did you guys see that I made Time's Person of the Year award?

9:48 PM  
Anonymous Rosemary said...

Yup, this is what it looks like. :)

I guess when I go to bed people are going to have to post well thought out and judicious comments because if you want a real-time chat room I will have to go on Australian slime time. ;)

9:51 PM  
Blogger Quzi Formerly CC said...

thanks Rosemary...slime time is right! ;)

9:54 PM  
Blogger calamityjane said...

Merry Christmas everybody!.

10:41 PM  
Anonymous t said...

Fitz, Now that's a lot a graft!

Mission accomplished tonight...Yours truly had the Gov elects ear for a moment. He was very interested in supporting the information I gave him ;-)

I recruited more mfso people there too, what a lovely event. I'll post a picture of my hat tomorrow or email you CC and SQ, its a new twist on the Santa hat, lot's of compliments on it at the event

slime time, good one:-D

G'Night All

10:41 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It is a shame that this blog has been infested with a bunch of Aussie pond scum, Lyndon Larouchers and facist nazi hate mongers. Even worse, most of them are just wasted souls and speed freaks involved in the hacking of computers, identity theft (they are tech smart using bots and now impersonating regulars on here) and spamming the site with links to drive people to other sites that pay them by the hit. So whenever you click through to wacky conspiracy sites or porn sites they get paid, especially the "anti-zionist" blogs. Funding for such activites come from different extremeist organizations that have deep pockets in the information age, if you catch my drift.

All I can say is piss off and say hello to my little friend:


hullokitty69 said...

anyway American's .. im off for a break ...

i may contemplate while I'm gone blowing up the Sydney Opera House with grenades or driving a semi trailer over the Harbour Bridge with explosives on board of course.

i mean if george bush can get away with demolishing the world trade centre and he is a fuck wit .. image what someone with brains can do .. like me ...


5:26 PM


Sitemeter is quite sufficient.


11:01 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

like anthony isn't a few watts short of a 15 watt bulb

11:04 PM  
Blogger calamityjane said...

On the subjest of investigating government officials,could Congressman Duncan Hunter(aka Duck 'N' Cover) be next?

11:16 PM  
Blogger Roisin Dubh said...

Well, how about graft and amazing incompetence. Check this out: "Your IraqSlogger editors are stunned that the Pentagon has released to the entire world and posted on the Web the U.S. military’s new 282-page counterinsurgency war-fighting manual" Good grief!

11:34 PM  
Anonymous Big Winner too said...

Yes, Congratulations!

You were named Time magazine "Person of the Year" on Saturday for the explosive growth and influence of user-generated Internet content such as blogs, video-file sharing site YouTube and social network MySpace.

"For seizing the reins of the global media, for founding and framing the new digital democracy, for working for nothing and beating the pros at their own game, Time's Person of the Year for 2006 is you," the magazine's Lev Grossman wrote.

The magazine has put a mirror on the cover of its "Person of the Year" issue, released on Monday, "because it literally reflects the idea that you, not us, are transforming the information age," Editor Richard Stengel said in a statement.

11:36 PM  
Anonymous Duncan Hunter said...

Whatchoo talkin' 'bout Calamity Jain?

11:37 PM  
Anonymous Vladimir Putin might be gay? said...

No wonder Bush calls him pooty!

11:42 PM  
Blogger calamityjane said...

The leaf don't fall far from the tree. Randy the Duke is the tree. We know who the leaf is.Enough said.

11:54 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Good Evening everyone,

I just got back from seeing Al Gore's film on Global Warming. It was just aweome but very enlightening and educating. Al Gore had a web conference call for those that were viewing his film. Yes, it was really Al Gore speaking in his home in Tennessee. I wanted to let all the bloggers know this piece of information that is coming from Al Gore and not the media:

Al Gore is not running for President of the U.S. That was his words. Someone from Indiana asked him this question on the web. So, that information you are now know. Cross Gore off the the list for POTUS for 2008. Alot of my commentary will be on my blog. There was a lot to digest. There are too countries that are not behind the issues of global warming, environment, and not supporting KYOTO: U.S. and Australia.

The U.S. can't sell their own U.S. cars in China because the U.S. are not up to speed with cars that are good for the environment. Ever wonder why Ford and GM are jumping on the bandwagon of making hybrid cars?

Also, Al Gore has on his website, a link where you can write a letter to Congress urging them of the importance of Global Warming. One last thing. Gore talked about an article about a Bush aide who edit the climate report about Global Warming. Phillip Clooney, Bush aide, edited the climate report. When he got caught, he resigned and later went to work at Exxon Mobil.

Here is more information:

Al Gore's website

Petition to sign to Congress about Global Warming and Al Gore will read and hand delivered all petitions to Congress

Informatiomn about the climare crisis

12:44 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

oh man, lol. for the last twenty years, i have been saying. so you don't think global warming is happening?, just put your hand on your exhaust manifold. you dolts are a dollar short and a nickel late.

2:24 AM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

And about the hoopla about Cheney may not testify due to executive privilege, here is something to keep in mind on page 2 of Fitz's filing on Dec. 14, 2006:

“The government is not aware of any government witness who is intending to assert a ‘blanket’ privilege, and the government does not otherwise anticipate any of its witnesses moving to quash or limit trial subpoenas. The government also does not intend to examine any witnesses on any topic for which an assertion of privilege.”

If Cheney testifies, Cheney will be the first sitting Vice President to testify in court in a criminal case.

4:49 AM  
Anonymous e said...

Grateful for them all long may they serve and root out the evildoers..
top of the mornin' to all

hello Miss jackie where ever you are today...

9:43 AM  
Blogger Night Owl said...

Hey Chimpcoulter, it would be a very sad day if we were all beat out by President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and Dear Leader, Kim Jong-il for Person of the Year.

GEF--The blizzard that hit the western side of Chicago on December 1st closed down the Post Office for the day. G-Men dress better and nailed the wannabe shopping mall bomber, so I will have to go with them for the month of December. I'll have to go with the postal employees for the summer--they are smart enough to stay out of whatever garden projects I have in progress. :-)

GEF--It is OK once in a while to pick up the other party's ballot in the primary--it means voting against someone in the spring instead of waiting until November to vote against someone. ;-)

Al Gore for Secretary of State.

Until he started with his film on global warming, he was way too stiff with no personality. He does have a personality and had he shown that back in 2000, it would not have come down to rigged chads in Florida, he would have smoked Bush II. He was still in Clinton's shadow then. He is probably even keeled enough not to be a hothead. But most importantly, the Secretary of State needs to have an open mind and be able to keep up. What we thought we knew about a country last year may not be in play this year. The folks running the country now are using the 'playbook' on several key countries that is at least ten years out of date, and I still know they are using the 1979 'playbook' on Iran. They are using the 1992 playbook on Russia. That's why Bush II cannot figure out Putin, and never will. Bill Richardson needs to be UN Ambassador. He really knows how to negotiate. I think when Clinton made him Energy Secretary, that was a little petty on Clinton's ego. Richardson was getting too much press and Clinton pushed him out of the spotlight and stuck him where the press could not find him anymore.

I forgot, who is up to replace Captain Crunch as Bush II's UN Ambassador?

Obama needs to be VPOTUS. When something goes wrong with a country, he could be sent to smooth things out. For 2008, I don't think he has enough experience. Any good POTUS needs to have experience running something, usually a state or a large city, not just be a senator for a year or two.

Notice I did not say one thing about domestic? Reduce the world's problems (wars, etc.) and there is generally money left to take care of domestic. Just think how much money there would be for domestic without the Iraq War. Military weaponry costs more than feeding and educating welfare babies and taking care of our senior citizens.

9:49 AM  
Blogger Roisin Dubh said...

Not So Dangerous Detainees

Now, tell us dumb American people again why it is that we need a Gitmo?

9:51 AM  
Anonymous t said...

Good Morning All,

SPB said

If Cheney testifies, Cheney will be the first sitting Vice President to testify in court in a criminal case.

Yes and the repugs thought nothing of it when they wanted Clinton to testify, now did they;-)

So Cheney ole boy climb up there, swear on the Bible and pray lightening doesn't strike ya dead while you lie for Libby!
CC, S-Q and all-if I have your email address look for a message from T...heehee I have a plan comrades

NightOwl, military families big push this winter and spring will be to cut off funding for the war (with enough to bring them HOME) and there is support to do just that-working on the House and Senate for those projects:-)

10:06 AM  
Anonymous Lyndon LaRoucherhosen said...

Lyndon LaRoucherhosen said...

"It's a seven-day-a-week, 24-hour-a-day total immersion," said a recent dropout, who, like other ex-members interviewed, did not want to be identified for fear of retribution. "It's a situation where people wouldn't have any private lives anymore . . . . Everyone's got to march to the same tune."

"He demands sycophantic obedience," the former member said. "He repeatedly tells the members he is in total control of the organization."

The members are "rank-and-file automatons" devoted to LaRouche, according to one member's resignation letter several years ago.

The organization bred "pure psychological terror," the ex-member wrote. "The group was transformed into sniveling informers vying with each other for LaRouche's approval. Even couples were encouraged to 'inform' on each other's 'progress' . . . . In most cases the marriages were preserved, although the relationships were totally broken."

The LaRouche organization has "taken on the characteristics more of a political cult than a political party," said a March report by Information Digest, a biweekly publication written by journalist John Rees. LaRouche's followers have "afforded him blind obedience," wrote Rees, a longtime specialist in LaRouche. Wa. Post 1985

- Latest news is on Murder -
Use the Google with keywords "Lyndon LaRouche" and "cult" Maybe they should have arranged marriages with Moonies and they can give birth to a new generation of La Loonies. :D

10:37 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Good Morning Fellow Justice Bloggers:


When you have Baby Cheney on the stand, tell him you don't want to hear about his blue shirt, buttons or his heart! (He doesn't have one!) :)


You're very funny! Where was I? should know! LOL


Thank you for this bit of info:

"There are too countries that are not behind the issues of global warming, environment, and not supporting KYOTO: U.S. and Australia."

Things are more clear to me now regarding why Australians oppose the Gerbil being impeached!


I look forward to your email! :)


Have a nice day and just remember "they" don't have both oars in the water! :)

Later Justice Bloggers! :D

10:57 AM  
Anonymous rufus rumquart said...


...and that's what has been occuring here. they combine efforts and flood a political blog with none stop 24/7 whackery. don't think that this one is the first.

all that garbage sent here about jeff fisher comes from them of course and i doubt even one of those mails from "him" were infact the man himself. the real jeff fisher did actually make it to an appointment with rep. john conyers escorted by an entourage of larouchies. he screwed himself right off by screaming that he had the power of god. sad huh?

paranoia and other severe mental illnesses runs rampant in the laouche group, if one isn't at first they gaureentee you will soon enough.

one really has meet a larouchie in person and discuss's unforgettable and somewhat scary.

11:03 AM  
Blogger calamityjane said...

Good morning justice bloggers. How is everybody. We got snow in San Diego. It snowed alot in the mountains about 15 miles from here. If it snows again this week we'll have a white Christmas. I'm gonna drive up and play in the snow.HeeHee.Peace and love to all.

11:26 AM  
Anonymous rufus rumquart said...

The Conyers hearing:

"Instead, with a couple of notable exceptions, the public comment period was the tinfoil hat brigade out in force."

"But we really look bad when voices of reason such as Jesse Jackson, Cliff Arnebeck, Ralph Neas, Steve Rosenfeld, Susan Truitt, John Bonifaz and Steve Freeman are overshadowed by a ranting Jeff Fisher and two LaRouchies."


The real Fisher:

"That is why I was acting in such a bad manner when I finally spoke.
If you remembered I screamed at Congressman John Conyers and Congressman Barney Frank."


All lies and stories;

Keith Olbermann:

Keep your aluminum foil hats at the ready.

Fisher has been cited in many places as claiming he has firm evidence of deliberate computer-hacking in the Florida vote, and was awaiting FBI agents with whom he was to share it. Not to dismiss him or his claims, but the show’s contact with him was not encouraging. He spoke vaguely of sources and whispered a lot.
Hell, ‘Deep Throat’ from Watergate whispered a lot.

Then again, so does the guy who wanders around Columbus Circle claiming the government caused the Red Sox to win the World Series.

We’ll reserve judgment on Mr. Fisher’s claims— and keep them out of this space until and unless they have stronger legs. But the “consulting” role with Nader isn’t the case, and bodes ill for Fisher’s other assertions.


11:40 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

What I'm wearing when "Fitzmas" finally arrives


Happy Holiday's JB's!

11:55 AM  
Blogger Global Evildoer Fighter said...

Good Morning/Afternoon Fitz and the Justice Bloggers... :)



he he!

12:00 PM  
Blogger Roisin Dubh said...

Bush refuses to adequately fund the FBI to fight terrorism

The FBI needs funding to build a comprehensive case file system. ..."In 2005 the FBI scrapped a $170 million computer overhaul that was designed to develop a case file system. According to a report in the New York Times at that time, the point of the new system called “Trilogy” had been to permit agents to obtain “instant access to FBI databases allowing speedier investigations and better integration of information . . ..” The overhaul was initiated in response to 9/11 and perceived shortcomings in how the FBI managed information. Discouraged by the difficulties reported in 2005, the FBI hired a computer expert and paid him $2 million to explain what was wrong with the program and to advise it on its salvageability. For $2 million it got the answer. Trilogy couldn’t be salvaged. The paperless case management system was scrapped and the FBI started over, developing a new system with the catchy name of “Sentinel”. Sentinel will cost about $425 million and will be completed in 2009, if adequate funding is provided. Thanks to Mr. Bush, the funding may not be provided." So, our G-Men and Women are doing their jobs in spite of President Grinch.

12:47 PM  
Blogger Roisin Dubh said...

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12:47 PM  
Anonymous naschkatze said...

Time magazine's choice for person of the year is a slight on the Democratic party. They could have chosen: Nancy Pelosi, Harry Reid, Howard Dean, Schumer/Emanuel (not my choice though) or even Murtha. If the Rethugs had won, it would have been Karl Rove, the "architect" of a miraculous victory.

As for your post, the FBI is great when it is fighting crime, but periodically it gets too political. Who is keeping an eye on the foxes while they are watching the chickens? Maybe I'll have a more favorable view of the FBI when Abu is replaced in a new administration two years from now.

12:48 PM  
Blogger Roisin Dubh said...

Where is the justice for Iraqi detainees? Where is justice for Iraqi detainees? This is a hideous tragedy, and the Bush Administration bears full responsibility for its creation.

12:58 PM  
Blogger Jackie said...

Top of the morning all
Hi E glad to hear from you.
To All Peaches is ok and she called last night she said for me to tell everyone on the blog Happy Holidays.
GEF I loved Elf. No popcorn just coffee to stay awake but it was a cute movie.
No surprise to the posting of crime it's called follow the leader. Bush/Cheney/Rummy have robbed the US Treasury blind so others just joined in. The ethics class was a joke.
I will set back and wait this one out as for who should be President. Alot of good people and history here. I'm learning alot more about Senator Obama I am going to get his book. I just love Hillary and I like the idea of a woman President but after GW I have to give more thought then who I like. Edwards is smart and qualified. Look after Bush Homer Simpson is qualified. I love the way journalist say we have to have a person who is experienced in defence as if George knows anything but call Daddy. Good on 5 deferment only knows guns by shooting friends, he scared of combat. Honoring Rummy was a disgrace to our troops. America honors the man who allows our troops to be sitting ducks, tortures prisoners and lies about it, releases men after 4 years in jail only to find out their all innocent, steals taxpayers money but our country sends our braves dead soldiers home in a plane with the luggage no honor at all.

1:32 PM  
Blogger Jackie said...

I forgot to send my picture to Time for the cover as person of the year. In a way Time Maz. was right this year has been the year so many people use the computer all around the world. I never thought I could email the President of Iran and get an answer. Now most leaders around the world use the Internet.
Has everyone finished their holiday shopping if not sit back and use the computer as the gas prices are on the raise. The prices were lowered for our GOP vote now the Saudi's will go back to $3. plus a gallon. As Karl Rove's plan didn't work now he is on the outside looking in.

1:39 PM  
Blogger Global Evildoer Fighter said...


I forgot to send my picture to Time for the cover as person of the year.

Me too..Chucks..

Hee hee hee!

1:51 PM  
Anonymous Rosemary said...


I was trigger happy on your last post ever since your evil La Loonie twin was on last night.

Please re-post last comment. 8)

2:30 PM  
Blogger Jackie said...

Fitz I'm busy now I found the standing case that answers the question " does Ambien have to testify". I found the following standing case that seals that answer as YES
Presidents since Nixon have continued to claim that the special place the presidency holds under America's constitutional system demands that much of its internal deliberations remain secret and privileged. When faced with investigations, special prosecutors, subpoenas, and impeachment proceedings, President William J. Clinton, for example, claimed that much of what went on in the Oval Office was protected by executive privilege and executive immunity, and that he and his aides should not have to respond to subpoenas. As was the case with President Nixon, President Clinton eventually accepted his and his office's place under the rule of law. Since United States v. Nixon, executive branch claims of immunity from the normal processes of the American legal system have been tempered by the fact that the constitutional demands of due process of law and justice are likely to outweigh claims of executive immunity from subpoenas

Now this is sweet the GOP used Nixon to make Clinton have to testify now both the idiots must do something to overture Nixon's standing case law. I know Cheney has hired Clinton's lawyers but this stuff goes back to 1807. If a sitting President must testify and one be low the title is hosed. I love the law and those standing cases. Fitz I am having fun with this and I remember things again this is great.

2:39 PM  
Blogger Global Evildoer Fighter said...

Ok Rosemary no prob..

2:45 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Justice Bloggers,

Congratulations to all for being the Time Magazine person of the year! :D

That is a cute hat! :)

2:49 PM  
Anonymous rufus de la rumquart said...

Rancourt is attacking Bradblog now for deleting his comments. LOL!

Bradblog, the leading election fraud conspiracy webpage that won't go near the Fisher story as personally related to yours truly.

So you see now...Jeff Fisher is under control of the LaRouchies. Roger is Fisher's close associate (according to roger) and searches of the writes of Fisher are always CC'd to Rancourt or have links to that laughable insanely ranting whistleblowers page of Rancourt's.

Here's a great photo of Roger's pal and a very good expose' on the whole bizaare affair.

2:57 PM  
Anonymous John Dean said...

Rosemary, do I know you? Is your last name Woods?

3:15 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Rosemary Woods is dead.

6:45 PM  
Blogger calamityjane said...

Hi.It's gettin' crazy off in here.This seems to be the safest posting to comment on. I don't have a tin foil hat, don't want one, don't need one.LOL.BTW, thank you to the person or persons tirelessly trying to clean up this blog. I really appreciate all your hard work.Peace and love to you.

9:04 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Where is the story about this?

6:40 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Where is the story about this?

6:40 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Where is the story about this?

6:47 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Where is the story about this?

Dear Fellow Australians,

Here is a photo I took last year of the Judges filing into St. James's Church for a service for the "Commencement of the Law Term". Next year, this annual function will be on Monday 29th January, 2007 and a rally is planned to demand our Rights which these hypocrites are illegally denying us.

The RIGHT TO TRIAL BY JURY IS OURS. We, as FREEMAN, shall not be imprisoned, or dispossessed,, or destroyed in any manner unless by the lawful judgment of his own equals indeed the law of the land (Magna Carta 1215). BUT these characters, these persons, these bureaucrats think they can violate OUR RIGHTS. In 1640 the Habeas Corpus Act abolished the Star Chamber. In 1688 the Bill of Rights described these Judges as "evil" because, back then, they "did endeavour to subvert and extirpate (our) laws and liberties". Thomas Jefferson warned that "The germ of destruction of our nation is in the power of thejudiciary, an irresponsible body...venal...(etc).".

It's time these "evil judges" were, once again, put back in their box or, preferably, in prison along with their masters, the Banks.

Some 200 of these hypocrites will walk from the Law Courts Building in Queen's Square, Sydney, to services at the St. Mary's Cathedral at 9:00 am and at the St. James's Church at 10:00 am.

Our PEOPLE'S RIGHTS RALLY is planned for 8:30 am in Queen's Square. Make you silent or noisy protest. The Media will be there. Bring a placard. Wear a "TRIAL BY JURY IS DEMOCRACY" T-shirt if you have your own or borrow one from me. Bring a friend.

Yours sincerely,
John Wilson. "

6:49 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The folks at Bureau are not happy with you for SPAMMING their greeting card.

7:01 PM  
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9:37 AM  

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