Sep 4, 2007

Who Knew..???

DOJ Seeks to Recover From Gonzales' Tenure
Many observers say the AG leaves behind a Main Justice in disarray

Demoralized. Discredited. Dysfunctional.

These words are among those used to sum up the state of the Justice Department under the watch of Attorney General Alberto Gonzales, who last week announced he will step down Sept. 17.

Much like a wounded patient in an intensive care unit, the department is in need of critical attention to revive its core mission: law enforcement.

Exactly how much influence Gonzales exerted throughout the department is still open to debate, but as his 2½-year tenure comes to a close, this much is clear: Main Justice is in disarray.

Current and ex-career employees, former political appointees, legal scholars, detractors, and supporters all tell the same story: The shortcomings are numerous and the successes few and far between.

With ongoing internal and congressional investigations into the firings of nine U.S. Attorneys, the controversial warrantless surveillance program, the politicization of the Civil Rights Division, and Gonzales' own testimony to Congress, it's hard to find observers willing to step out and put a positive spin on Gonzales' tenure. His detractors aren't so shy.

"There is no reasonable doubt that Alberto R. Gonzales will be remembered as one of the worst attorneys general in history and perhaps the most embarrassed, and embarrassing, Cabinet officers ever," says Daniel Metcalfe, a 30-year veteran of Justice who has become an outspoken critic since retiring in January as head of the department's Office of Information and Privacy. Some current Justice employees are just relieved to hear that Gonzales is stepping aside.

"The departure was a reassurance for a lot of people," says a career attorney in the Civil Division. "I'm looking forward to better times."

Not everyone is so critical of Gonzales' stewardship. His defenders highlight the creation of the National Security Division within the department and his emphasis on child exploitation as key accomplishments by the man who replaced John Ashcroft in February 2005.

"As for his legacy, the ironic thing is, I think he did a pretty good job as attorney general," says Viet Dinh, a former high-ranking official at the Office of Legal Counsel under Ashcroft.


Needless to say, not too many observers share Dinh's sunny assessment. Looking over the department's 40 offices, divisions and components, critics point to the Civil Rights Division and the Office of Legal Counsel as being the most tarnished under Gonzales' leadership. They also point to the Executive Office of Immigration Review as being heavily politicized under both Ashcroft and Gonzales. Records show that dozens of former Republican activists and loyalists without immigration law experience got jobs as judges there in recent years.

Evan Peterson, a Justice spokesman, last week strongly denied that politics had influenced some of the department's divisions or that the offices had become extensions of the White House.

But Douglas Kmiec, former head of the Office of Legal Counsel under Presidents Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush, says the office that oversaw the application of Gonzales' famed memo on interrogations must reinforce its commitment to independence.

"Much of the difficulty over torture memos and signing statements started in that office," says Kmiec, who teaches at Pepperdine University School of Law. "Somehow it lost its way. It lost its ability to say no. [The office] needs to get its act in order."

Dawn Johnsen, a former head of the Office of Legal Counsel under Attorney General Janet Reno, agrees.

"There are just appalling examples of the Department of Justice and its counsel acting as a rubber stamp for unlawful programs that the White House wanted to pursue," says Johnsen, a law professor at Indiana University.

The office is currently headed by Steven Bradbury, who holds the title of principal deputy assistant attorney general and whom the Senate has refused to confirm as the official head of the office for more than two years. Bradbury has been accused of using the office to facilitate White House legal requests and recently wrote a memo advising former White House officials, including former White House Counsel Harriet Miers, to ignore congressional subpoenas.

Democratic senators have questioned Bradbury's credentials and have asked the White House to appoint someone else to head the office. They also are upset that an inquiry by the Office of Professional Responsibility into Bradbury's role in the warrantless surveillance program was quashed by President George W. Bush, who refused to grant OPR investigators security clearances.

Justice spokesman Peterson said in an e-mail statement that the Office of Legal Counsel "has provided rigorous and objective legal advice" to the White House and the executive branch.

"There is no basis to assert that OLC has been politicized or is a rubber stamp for the White House," Peterson said.

At the Civil Rights Division, meanwhile, some career attorneys say their influence has diminished as new department heads and political appointees sought to reverse decades of key civil rights law enforcement under Gonzales and, earlier, Ashcroft.

"The damage done to one of the federal government's most important law enforcement agencies is deep and will take time to overcome," Joseph Rich, a former chief in the voting section of the Civil Rights Division who retired in 2005, said in testimony before the House Judiciary Committee earlier this year.

Some career staff complain about being overruled on key re-districting plans -- which were later challenged in court. Other controversial practices, such as diverting the hiring duties from career staff to political appointees, began under Ashcroft, but ex-career officials say Gonzales let them continue unchecked. <more>


Anonymous Anonymous said...

God, Mr. Fitzgerald, if I could only sit and talk with you or hand deliver some pertinent information. I can't mail it, AIP won't listen, and I know too much. I may be on guardian now- but with any administrations attatched to the Clinton's I and my Uncle will be gone. I've already told dad my last wishes, and I really liked you as a person- it's just- I'm caught up too deep, and some things I can never ever repeat. I wish I knew if you really wanted the Presidency or Vice Presidency.

Mr. President, I'm okay but scared. I was so happy about the surprise trip. I was smiling all day.
Mr Mccain- you tell them! I love what you said- the comeback about being too old! The greatest man I know (my surragate father) is your age, and he would have joked and said the same thing.

Later, much later, I'll be around when you need me.

7:25 PM  
Blogger airJackie said...

The acting AG is no better then Gonzo, he is as much involved in this mess as the rest of the rats.
Clear up will only come with new honest leadership, that all the employees can respect and trust.
Senator Leahy has cornered the White House so they can't appoint a new AG. First they have to give up the information held back by Gonzo. Looks like Bush might have to run Gonzo over with the bus.
We have some smart educated lawyers with years of experience who have to work under criminal Department heads. The acting AG most likely will be called to testify so don't look for him to be honest, Cheney is most likely directing him now.

8:49 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

All evil requires is that good men do nothing. Think about that.

9:09 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Viet D. Dinh - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


9:34 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Did he write it to get back at America for what imperialist warmongers did to his country. Being that intelligent, he must have had another motive...

Odd he would work on racial profiling.

10:32 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yeah who knew

10:33 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Iraqi-American rapper TIMZ

TIMZ's background allows him to give a unique perspective of the war. "My parents are from Iraq but I was born in the United States. I feel like I'm able to connect to both sides of this war a little more than the average person. That's why I wrote the song the way I did; the first verse is written from the perspective of an Iraqi while the second verse is written from the perspective of an American. The third verse is a history lesson!"

10:42 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

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11:39 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


I've been reading this thread and I have 3 questions regarding your intro:

[Regardless of who ends up leading the troops, some believe Justice can heal itself, no matter who is at the helm.

"The department has tremendously talented people," says Janet Reno, Clinton's attorney general, "and it'll be in good hands."]

1. Do you believe it doesn't matter who is at the helm of the DOJ and that the the DOJ or/and the U.S. can sail/fly on autopilot?

2. What do you think of Janet Reno's tenure at the DOJ?

3. Do you think this (U.S.A.) experiment in democracy is over and we're on a sinking ship/the Titanic?

(BTW, IL Sen. Paul Simon (Senate Judiciary Comm) once asked me if I knew my heritage and its contribution to the discussion on failed democracies. I told him that indeed I knew. Since feudal times we had elected a 'king' from among our tribal alpine/pannonian chiefs and that Thomas Jefferson (among other political thinkers) examined our history because we were one of three failed democratic experiments.)


Celeste Aida

3:53 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I've never heard or read his thoughts on why the Patriot Act was necessary.

Isn't that why we elect those clowns to go to Washington and be our eyes and ears and voices?

Congress had to agree with him. They're the ones we have to take issue with.

Do you know how your Rep voted on the Patriot Act?


Celeste Aida

5:11 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

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Most Congress people never even read the Patriot Act when they voted. Can you say 9.1.1 pressure? I read Pat Fitzgerald never read all of the Patriot Act when he foolishly defended it against the library lady. He took some heat for that one. I wonder how he feels about the civil liberties now? Being fair, not all parts of the Patriot Act are foul but isn't it funny...that with the Patriot Act in place, abuses still take place?

Now remember the anthrax attacks... could it be the ones that were bulking against the Patriot Act or asking questions, or making hay as they a letter?

7:26 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Now here it comes, the morning news show is starting to talk about chipping people "so doctors can access your medical records". Now think of the abuses of that.
Old Tommy Thompson's idea?

7:38 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

WorldNetDaily: Hold off on that chip, says Thompson

Tommy says chip is for the little people.

7:42 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said... | News | Justice sinks, but Bush could right the ship 09/03/07

7:57 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Ducal Throne - a two-seat stone throne standing not far from the church. The eastern seat is occupied by the duke who performs the first duties as the leader of his people from it, pronouncing judgements and rendering justice; he also bestows fiefs and privileges associated with the lands and properties."


Regarding the failed democracy of Slovenia. I was taught that it failed because we weren't warriors and the fearsome and war-like germanic tribes simply beat us into submission.

Celeste Aida

8:05 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I tend to be open-minded. And I sometimes foolishly think other people are too.

I've had my share of visits from the FBI and at first, they were only interested in my bookshelf, and what I thought about.

The FBI seemed to have missed my fairly-large (and valuable) collection of historical erotica. Later on, my father who-doesn't miss a thing, asked me to throw the erotica out, not to give it to a library, like Chicago's Gerber Library (GLBTQ) just to throw it out. So I did.

Anyway, the FBI, they instantly went to my Noam Chomsky. They asked me how I felt about him.

I said I first encountered Chomsky in my 7th grade English class where we diagramed sentences.

The FBI only knew Chomsky for his political writings.

I knew Chomsky for his contributions to linguistics.

I explained to the agents, that it was only in high-school that I encountered Chomsky the political radical and I simply hadn't gotten around to disposing my bookshelf of books I no longer wanted.

You would think that the the FBI would have had better things to do, than to bother with me.

Each time they came, I asked them, "who sent you." They never told me. But they were getting tired of coming to see me. I could tell.

While they 'questioned' me, they took copious notes and from sometimes they would, mutter 'politicians'.

They always were polite gentlemen. But they always declined to have refreshments with me, tea...biscuits.

I suppose they can't be friendly because I might have been a dangerous person.

Celeste Aida

8:37 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I would imagine the politicians would be paranoid, CA.

Marie26's Journal - I think that was the point

The silencing of Carol Lam, no?

8:57 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"I'd rather trade places with Jose Padilla," jokes Viet Dinh, a former senior Justice official under then-Attorney General John Ashcroft."

I hope other Americans see Viet Dinh for the sick human being he appears to be, I wonder what happened to him in his youth?

Hewlett-Packard Lawyer Dinh Gives Washington the 'Viet-Spin' | The New York Observer - Help Wanted: Deputy AG McNulty Leaves Troubled DOJ

The Architects | ABA Journal - Law News Now

12:49 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

You guys want to know what Uncle Marvin is? He is my Uncle- on the DOD terror list for 12 VERY LONG PAINFUL YEARS. You want to know why? Mr. Fitzgerald is suppossed to know why, but the mafia and CIA got in the way because of all the leaks at Homeland Security. And the NSA and the CIA and going all the way to Hollywood, the Washington Post, and God, who knows where else?
This was a set up, and there still is a set up going on. See, as I worked as an escort, I always kept in my mind "I'm gonna find those fuckers who tried to kill my Uncle." I knew where they were.
Now, I may or may not be in his shoes.
In mafia code a DOCTOR is someone sent to off the TARGET and make it look like suicide. I'm a target, my Uncle was a target, and now there are more targets than the Patriot List (the last one I put up was a joke by the way).
So, I've notified my family, picked out my grave, what I want on my tombstone, and told them to get ready.
Here is another little nasty secret "they" don't want you to know. I have to be on antidepressants and ADD medication and thyroid for the rest of my life. They think denying me my medication will improve my mental state (ie brainwashing pavlov dog -control) but alas, it only makes me completely uncontrolable. Not murderous uncontrolable, just ready to yell and scream, or maybe walk away to a nice island with my documents and mail them to whomever.
Well, since the death threat is worse in Chicago, and I have been denied disability 8 times without proper administration taken by those- oh, they offered it once- I'm sorry- long story- they offered it when I had HOPE FOR MY CORPORATION. I turned it down, because, you see, you can't work with specialty gas research if you are or have been on disability (Mr. Branson) but now there's no way in hell I can have disability or my corporation with the research and tech division. So, "they" thought if "they" kept me from getting my medication I would shut my narcisstic bitch whore horse face mouth- did I get that right?
But, they are so wrong.
I know a little something that the CIA is really pissed that I know- kinda like that new movie coming out where some reporters found someone that was not suppossed to be found. Sometimes people aren't suppossed to be found, DUMB ASS JOURNALISTS!
I'm just trying to find some friends before I go- and like I told Mr. Fitzgerald- if I could get a report to you, the President as well as John Mccain would love for you to be the next VP-and you know where that goes!!!!
Oh, that guy CELEST AIDA- I have your photo and emails- you are one sick fuck!
What else before I start having ADD rages and start losing my mind for real, hmmm, oh yeah, Uncle Marvin will be more than happy to torture the Secret Police or henchmen Daley has- I mean- well, Uncle Marvin only did it for HIS COUNTRY BECAUSE HE LOVED IT SO MUCH.
John Mccain- Fitz- the Pres and VP- I love you guys!That also means all my vietnam vets and gulf war 1991 men and women!
Hopefully, since Nixon started all this sick crap legacy and George W. Bush has been fighting to end it, and Mr. Cheney, I can have a life someday, maybe even a baby.
There's more, but for now I have to go. One warning, STAY AWAY FROM THE CIA.

Love you all- sincereley "that little narcisstic bitch"- and if I live, I'll have a really good book (based on true events) for ya'll to read. Ya'll gotta catch us dumbass hillbillies now!!!!!!!!!

LOL- oh yeah, CHRISTIAN- will you please catch up and get with the program here- go read about Hiriam, CIA psychological operatives, the founding fathers, and yeah- I'll love you till the day I die.
Those fuckers had me confused- and they dropped a trojan into my computer so if I book a flight somewhere- let's say- just like that 2000 French Concorde "accident"

Even if you question the truth- no hard feelings, just come to my funeral okay? Remember- it will look like suicide but it won't be- there is a reason my name is Sarah Jean, there is a reason for most everything. Bye

1:46 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

General Strike: 9/11/07

3:18 PM  
Blogger Lucretia - that will do for now said...

anon. 1.46pm

How can something die (or commit hurry curry) that did not exist in the first place ?

4:05 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

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4:25 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Bush School of Government and Public Service - Current Students - Facilities

The Bush School?

4:38 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

naive to think an organization is able to 'heal itself' when it becomes a puppet unto the WH.

if, DoJ is able to extract the WH tentacles and have at the helm a person with independent thought, leadership and has a track record of same

bring it on

the country needs you-

did I hear Comey? Fitz?
now you're talkin'

4:40 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"They think denying me my medication will improve my mental state (ie brainwashing pavlov dog -control) but alas, it only makes me completely uncontrolable."

Mental state is right! lol. And who is this Sarah Jean chick? I thought this site is for news and information and not a mental ward. She sounds too depressing.

5:08 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Actually, Fitz buddy Andy McCarthy would make a reasonable AG choice -- conservative enough for BushCo but a very good man.

Meanwhile, Fitz can quote the entire Patriot Act. The Pritzker lecture with the librarian made the librarian look stupid, not Fitz.

7:47 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Think Progress » Gonzales: ‘I Haven’t Really Thought About’ Habeas Corpus

8:50 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Oh, that guy CELEST AIDA- I have your photo and emails- you are one sick fuck!" said Sarah Jean.

Sarah Jean,

You posted lies about me.

I know these things to be true.

1. I'm a female.
2. You don't have my photo.
3. I never e-mailed you.
4. I don't recall dating you. (With the kind of colorful language you use, I'm sure I would have remembered dating you:)

Celeste Aida

8:52 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Comey for AG.

10:01 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Professor chronicles life of communist spy | ®

10:18 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

10:29 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Tell me to what you pay attention and I will tell you who you are." - Jose Ortega y Gasset


I've read your blogging.

I won't make that mistake again.

And you understand why.

I hope you get justice.

Celeste Aida

5:35 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Opera Tenor, Luciano Pavarotti, dead at 71. Chicago Tribune photos.

Celeste Aida

5:44 AM  
Blogger jan said...

He will be so missed... :{...

6:22 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Crooks and Liars » Nuns call for impeachment of Bush/Cheney

It's settled. IMPEACH! LOL! Good for the Sisters.

7:18 AM  
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Bravo! Bravo!

7:24 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Sniff, sniff*) that was beeautiful 7:24 brought a tear to me eyes

7:53 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey Jan!

Good Morning!

Yes, he will be missed. He had a run-in with Chicago's Lyric Opera and lots of the folks here weren't too keen on having him back.

A talent like Pavarotti is once in a lifetime. Only Caruso and Gigli might have been better than Pavarotti.(I like Gigli, even though his career was destroyed because of his affiliation with the Italian Nazi Party before WWII. I adore the old videos of his performances and his musings on the politics of art.)

I'm just waiting for my ride...

?Jan, who do you think will be the next AG?

If I don't respond, it's "cuz my ride dun got here."

Life in the big city.

Celeste Aida

Girly Aside: Last night I laid out today's attire, and because this top has a plunging neckline, I picked out a scarf that I could drape so as not to expose too much "decolettage", skin.

I picked out a scarf with golds, sages, burnt siennas; a large silk square by Gucci.

It was done by Gucci in commemoration of the Lyric Opera's 25th anniversary and has scenes from Verdi's "Aida" on it. Later, I heard Pavarotti sing "Aida".

Is that spooky or synchronicity or "being in touch with the collective unconcious", ect. I wonder if Pavarotti was telling me to pick out this scarf, in his memory. Just kidding.

8:11 AM  
Blogger PrissyPatriot said...

CA, I like to think of your scarf experience as having a certain sensitivity toward the universe;)

Hi Jan:) what do you suppose will happen on the Hill this week?

9:16 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

To Hullo Kitty and all:

Time to say good bye...

10:32 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


Thanks for celebrating Pavarotti's life. He was a true inspiration for many of us. I hope to hear his voice in eternity.

10:37 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Raw Story
Chertoff off list as AG possibility

11:35 AM  
Blogger Lucretia - that will do for now said...

To Hullo Kitty and all:

Time to say good bye...

10:32 AM

I can feel a suicide coming on.

5:33 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Heartless bitch.

8:46 PM  
Blogger Aileen said...

torture to death any "friend" who will hurt my mom---do it until the weapons are stopped and we have an official organization that bans these weapons. JUST KILL THEM TO STOP THEM FROM DOING IT AGAIN TO OTHER PEOPLE TOO...THEY ARE MONSTERS. NEVER IN THE HISTORY OF HUMANITY, HAD THERE BEEN SUCH PEOPLE WHO CAN OWN PEOPLE'S MINDS, BODIES AND SOULS. SO TORTURE THE PERPETRATORS TO DEATH IMMEDIATELY.

your site sometimes says vindicosuite on the link: TORTURE THESE BASTARDS TO DEATH PLEASE . . . we have to set a precedent not to do CYBERCRIME THAT IS ESPECIALLY CONNECTED TO EXOTIC WEAPONS . . .

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---reading some of the messages after all these years, I cannot believe that any of the readers are not wondering why are there so many violence committed by children now? And random murder in movie theatres1? Remember going postal? Is there something in the air that makes a form of violence prevalent? Remember that woman who cut her husband's penis? Followed by another similar crime? Remember infanticide of the 90s? One news after another... I really do not think it is the culture.

Don't laugh it off--you or your child or spouse can be the next victim of someone going berserk in a movie house and shooting people. REMEMBER the retired cop who was watching a movie in New York--and he was "irritated" by the sound of the woman texting on her cell phone? DO NOT FORGET THESE THINGS. TAKE THEM TO HEART AND THINK.-----

7:24 PM  
Blogger Aileen said...

and don't forget to kill BOB P. BURNS AND ALL HIS FRIENDS.

---Aileen Aranzamendez-Large----by the way, BOB P. BURNS WORKED FOR HOMELAND SECURITY AS A DIRECTOR OF SPECIAL TECH, HE NOW WORKS FOR DARPA. If he or any of his friends cannot arrest me for writing this---what does that tell you about me? I AM NOT CRAZY. I AM ALLOWED TO WRITE THESE THINGS AND WHEN BOB P BURNS IS KIDAPPED, ALONG WITH HIS FRIENDS---that tells you that I am right all along.
So be smart and help me. I keep my promises.

DON'T FORGET MY NAME: AILEEN ARANZAMENDEZ-LARGE ALSO KNOWN AS AILEEN LARGE. if you googled and you read this---then be smart about it--the tech I am talking about is true and I will sue for billions of dollars with the others too.

so much intrigue--personally, I find intrigue so boring, I can go to sleep. However, whatever it takes to bring these monsters from our government and military who are torturing me and other people---geez---they've been using mind control since the heyday of the ekplane! ekplane! Remember 'THE LOVE BOAT" now that's a clue. To the people reading this here in the US AND ABROAD: now's your chance to finally help to stop this torture and to be able to have money in the future. MAY I REMIND YOU THAT LOCKHEED MARTIN COST 40 BILLION OR SO. AND WHAT ABOUT THE OTHERS? like BOEING...they have exotic weapons machines. AND WHAT ABOUT CERTAIN NSA GENERALS AND OFFICIALS WHO CAN BE SUED INDIVIDUALY? THERE'S ENOUGH FOR EVERY PERON typoe--IS THAT THE NEST NEXT WORD???

THERE'S ENOUGH FOR EVERY PERSON WHO DO NOT LIKE TO BE THE MASTERCLASS OR THE MASTER RACE. INCLUDING FOR THE soldiers and the people who work with BOB who cannot stand his lies and his experiments since day 1. Well--I'M SURE ATTY. COMEY'S AGENTS ARE ALWAYS AVAILABLE AT WORK so you can cooperate and get those bastards who carved out high positions for themselves sin is a typo in government by torture and murder and corruption--you know . . . has -- been kidnapped yet?

--go ahead complain about what I write--you'll only provide AN ISP even if it's not yours--it's something that can be used as evidence and exhibit.

Are you sure the higher ups are telling you the truth--even if you're in Canada? How did I KNOW THAT? How did I KNOW YOU WERE PLANNING ON USING FAKE ISPs to set up something very bad....geez guys, how did WE know that? You'll be dead before sarsi AND ROXANNE.



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