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Posted: Sep 28 2005, 09:33 AM
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This morning, CBS tv news reported that Tom Delay has been indicted for conspiracy charges.

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Money Laundering Alleged in Texas

By R. Jeffrey Smith
Washington Post Staff Writer
Tuesday, October 4, 2005; Page A01

A Texas grand jury indicted Rep. Tom DeLay (R-Tex.) yesterday for alleged involvement in money laundering related to the 2002 Texas election, raising new and more serious allegations than the conspiracy charge lodged against the former House majority leader last week.

The surprising new indictments followed by a matter of hours a motion by DeLay's Texas legal defense team to quash last week's charge on grounds that the Texas prosecutor in charge of the case lacked authority to bring it. The lawyers alleged that the crime of conspiracy was not covered by the state election law at the time of the alleged violation.

Later on Monday, a different grand jury -- which had no prior involvement in the case -- brought the new charges, which roughly match allegations made against two of DeLay's political associates one year ago.

DeLay, who had earlier accused the prosecutor -- Travis County District Attorney Ronnie Earle -- of partisan zealotry, promptly issued a statement accusing him of stooping "to a new low with his brand of prosecutorial abuse." DeLay said Earle "is trying to pull the legal equivalent of a 'do-over' since he knows very well that the charges he brought against me last week are totally manufactured and illegitimate." The congressman added: "This is an abomination of justice."

One count of the new indictment accuses DeLay of conspiracy to commit money laundering. It says he agreed with one or more associates to launder $190,000 in corporate contributions through an arm of the Republican National Committee in Washington, allowing the funds to be passed illegally into the election campaigns of Republican candidates in Texas. Texas law prohibits the use of corporate money in political campaigns.

The aim of the assistance was to ensure that Republicans could gain control of the Texas House, and thus reorder the state's congressional districts in a manner that would favor the election of Republicans. The stratagem worked: Five more Republicans were elected to the U.S. House from the state last year, making it harder for Democrats to wrest control of Congress.

The other new count alleges that DeLay and the two associates "did knowingly, conduct, supervise, and facilitate" the transfer of the $190,000 to Washington and back to Texas in violation of the state's money-laundering statutes. Last week's conspiracy charge, in contrast, involved the state's election law, and it was that linkage that DeLay's attorneys challenged.

Earle, who spoke to reporters after last week's action, did not explain his decision to present his case to a new grand jury on the first day it met. DeLay spokesman Kevin Madden said that Earle's action came after he "panicked" after realizing his error in bringing last week's charges.

But a source close to the investigation, who spoke on the condition of anonymity because he lacks authority to speak publicly, responded by noting that Earle told reporters last week his investigation was continuing, and asserting that Earle had intended to bring these charges even before the challenge raised by DeLay's lawyers.

Whatever the reason, the potential consequences for DeLay are more dire. Both money-laundering crimes are more serious felonies, and the maximum punishment is life in prison. DeLay has been forced by House rules to relinquish his post as majority leader, and the new indictments stand in the way of any quick reinstatement based on any legal flaws in last week's indictment.

Jennifer Crider, a spokeswoman for House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.), called the new indictments "yet another example that Republicans in Congress are plagued by a culture of corruption and cronyism at the expense of the American people."

DeLay has said his resignation as majority leader is temporary and vowed to continue to exercise influence over the House through his close ties to Speaker J. Dennis Hastert (R-Ill.) and other leaders. Some moderate Republicans, however, have questioned whether he should be allowed to return to power.

The sequence of Monday's events make clear that neither side is prepared to back down from confrontation. Around noon on Monday, DeLay attorney Dick DeGuerin had written in a letter to Earle that "I request . . . you immediately agree to dismiss this indictment so that the political consequences can be reversed." The response, from Earle, was instead to expand the allegations.

The backdrop for yesterday's action may have been a dispute over the continued viability of a waiver of the three-year statute of limitations that DeLay granted in writing on Sept. 12, in order to keep trying to persuade Earle not to issue any indictments. After last week's conspiracy charge, DeGuerin said the waiver was withdrawn.

Yesterday's indictments maintained the waiver was still in effect. But DeGuerin said in an interview that Earle may have brought the new charges so speedily because he was uncertain of his ground on that issue. A key transaction in the alleged conspiracy -- the payment of $190,000 by the RNC to the Texas Republican candidates -- occurred on Oct. 4, 2002, or three years ago today.

That means that if the waiver is no longer in effect, the new charges had to be brought quickly. "I think they were losing sleep about this over the weekend," DeGuerin said.

DeGuerin reiterated yesterday that DeLay was unaware of the transactions involving $190,000 before they occurred and learned about them only weeks afterward. But Craig McDonald, director of Texans for Public Justice, said that "for a new grand jury to indict DeLay on a day's notice suggests the evidence of his participation is convincing."

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Posted: Oct 11 2005, 05:39 PM
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a few links on the integrity of those we are still allowing in power. some are speculating, that rove/miller will be the scapegoats, not sure here. no matter, it is as always, prescripted.

Robert Parry:
How Rotten Are These Guys? The separation of the Bush political machine from organized crime is often like the thin layer of rock between a seemingly ordinary surface and volcanic activity rumbling below. Sometimes, the lava spews forth and the illusion of normalcy is shattered
http://www.opednews.com/articles/opedne_ro...n_are_these.htm


JUAN COLE: Bush Dunnit -- The implication is that Bush and Cheney took part in discussions with Karl Rove, Lewis Libby and other administration spinmeisters about what to do about that pesky Joseph Wilson IV, former acting ambassador to Iraq who had stood up to Saddam in fall of 1990. IN OTHER WORDS, BUSH AND CHENEY ARE UP TO THEIR ASSES IN PLAMEGATE
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http://www.juancole.com/2005/10/bush-dunni...hanopolous.html


Source to Stephanopoulos: President Bush Directly Involved In Leak Scandal
Near the end of a round table discussion on ABC’s This Week, George Stephanopoulos dropped this bomb:

>>Definitely a political problem but I wonder, George Will, do you think it’s a manageable one for the White House especially if we don’t know whether Fitzgerald is going to write a report or have indictments but if he is able to show as a source close to this told me this week, that President Bush and Vice President Cheney were actually involved in some of these discussions.<<

This would explain why Bush spent more than an hour answering questions from special prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald. It would also fundamentally change the dynamics of the scandal. President Bush could no longer claim he was merely a bystander who wants to “get to the bottom of it.” As Stephanopoulos notes, if Bush played a direct role it could make this scandal completely unmanageable.

http://thinkprogress.org/2005/10/02/bush-directly-involved/


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Redaction Alert!- by Justin Raimondo


FLASHBACK: Redaction Alert!
White House edits Aug. 6 presidential briefing, then claims it's been 'declassified.' ...

The text of the PDB released by the White House is one and a half pages long. But, according to an article by intelligence expert Oliver Schröm, the original document was much longer:

"Crawford, August 6, 2001. George W. Bush is on vacation. He wanted to spend the whole month at his ranch in Texas. 'The Presidential Daily Brief' was part of his morning routine. In the PDB, as it's called in CIA jargon, a senior CIA official presents the President with a summary of the security situation. On this morning the CIA Director personally briefs the President. Instead of the usual two or three pages, today's briefing paper consists of eleven and a half printed pages and carries the title 'Bin Laden Determined to Strike in U.S.'"


Who handed that PDB to the President? Harriet Miers. Who therefore knows the real length of that PDB and what it contained? Harriet Miers.

Who is therefore in a position to blackmail the entire US Government  with 9-11 to get what she wants? Harriet Miers.

This is why a woman who has never been a judge in her life gets a seat on the US Supreme Court.

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Hi starlyte, thanks for the additional info.

Yes, it's always a script. These beings confuse Hollywood with real life and they are not very creative.

FACT: The entire Bush administration, congress, the senate and the judiciary branch of the U.S. government need to be removed from office and tried for treason, war crimes and crimes against humanity and the environment.




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