drieuxster (drieuxster) wrote,
drieuxster
drieuxster

got Immunity From Prosecution....

Hum... an interesting arrangement, eh no??? One of those Evil Liberal Revolving Doors of Justice Sorts of Failures to be held personally accountable, eh no????

Except if one were say, oh, Ari Fleischer, or other players in the current regime, who need to be protected from persecution by the law for their criminal conduct...

So why exactly was there an alledged Immunity From Prosectution given to Ari, if he had committed no crimes, and there was no criminal problem in the recent betrayal and stab in the back of CIA operatives??? HUM???

Then there is the majik question of what Are libby's Lawyers fishing for with
Attorneys for former vice presidential aide I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby want more information about an unusual immunity-from-prosecution deal that government lawyers gave former White House spokesman Ari Fleischer in the CIA leak case.

Special Prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald says that in early 2004, as his investigation was heating up into who revealed CIA operative Valerie Plame's name to reporters, Fleischer stepped forward with an offer to prosecutors: Promise no prosecution and he would help their case.

[ cf Lawyers Probe Fleischer's Immunity Deal ]
So having established that a crime existed, for which Ari NEEDED an apriori pardon, one really does have to ask some unpleasant questions about those folks who have been supporting these criminals and their Stabbing Our Valiant Fighting Forces In The Back!!!!

HUM....

Why have the neoConClownCarCrew been so supportive of stabbing our troops in the back for so long now???

Really, I am so serious here... Why have the NeoCons been such brave pretenders that stabbing our troops in the back is totally acceptable, especially if one can plea-bargin for an Immunity From Prosecution...
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