STUNNING DOJ Fraud and Corruption Forces Federal Judge To Take Nuclear Option – Recuses Every Judge in Entire Federal Court District…

Holder Injustice Dept(NY Observer) In perhaps the most stunning documentation yet of abuses by Eric Holder’s Justice Department, two former Assistant United States Attorneys spoke to defense attorneys and revealed appalling deceit and corruption of justice.

This latest litigation time bomb has exploded from multi-million dollar litigation originally brought by the Department of Justice against Sierra Pacific based on allegations that the lumber company and related defendants were responsible for a wildfire that destroyed 65,000 acres in California.

In what was dubbed the “Moonlight Fire” case, the tables are now turned. The defendants have discovered new evidence and filed a stunning motion. The new evidence and disclosures are being taken seriously by the Chief Judge of the Eastern District of California—as they should be. In a shocking action, Judge Morrison C. England Jr. ordered the recusal of every federal judge in the Eastern District of California.

Sierra Pacific Industries and other defendants were compelled to pay $55 million to the United States over a period of five years and transfer 22,500 acres of land to settle massive litigation brought against them by the United States alleging that they caused a 2007 fire that destroyed 65,000 acres in California.

Sierra Pacific has always maintained that the fire started elsewhere and that the state and federal investigators and Department attorneys lied. Now that settlement may go up in smoke because of the new evidence of outrageous misconduct by the federal prosecutors and the investigators from state and federal offices, as well as findings earlier this year by a state judge.

Scales%20of%20JusticeIn an extraordinary development, Judge England, Chief Judge of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of California, ordered the recusal of all the Eastern District judges from the case because of serious allegations that the Court itself was defrauded by the government in the original prosecution.

To avoid any appearance of partiality, he has referred the case to Ninth Circuit Chief Judge Alex Kozinski to appoint a judge from outside the Eastern District to handle the case going forward. Judge Kozinski has excoriated prosecutors for failing to meet their legal and ethical obligations.

The order notes that the defendants filed an action this week to set aside the $55 million settlement because, as the defendants allege, “the United States presented false evidence to the Defendants and the Court; advanced arguments to the Court premised on that false evidence; or, for which material evidence had been withheld, and obtaining court rulings based thereon; prepared key Moonlight Fire investigators for depositions, and allowed them to repeatedly give false testimony about the most important aspects of their investigation; and failed to disclose the facts and circumstances associated with the Moonlight Fire lead investigator’s direct financial interest in the outcome of the investigation arising from an illegal bank account that has since been exposed and terminated.”  (read more)

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  2. Holder should rot in prison for the rest of his life. And that’s a best case scenario.

    Liked by 15 people

  3. BertDilbert says:

    So basicly the Federal government used the legal system to engage in theft. Who is gonna go to jail?

    Liked by 7 people

  4. TexasRanger says:

    So, Obama’s best buddy Attorney General Eric Holder will hopefully have his day in court and finally find Justin and Pete!!!

    But, what could this mean for the Democrats Commander and Chief Imbecile President Barrack Hussein Obama?

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    • And mob brains Valerie “Payback” Jarrett?

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    • The Johnny Person says:

      OK, I know I’m setting myself up to look like an idiot. But somewhere I’ve missed the boat. Would someone please explain to me what this, “Justin and Pete” is exactly? I keep seeing it everywhere! What is it?!?!

      Liked by 1 person

      • justice099 says:

        Crumpbonics for “No Justice. No Peace”

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      • dmoseylou says:

        You do not look like an idiot for asking a question. You look like a person who wants to learn.
        🙂

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      • justfactsplz says:

        Never be shy about asking questions here at the tree. They don’t make you feel like an idiot. I have learned a lot here that way. Another one besides Justin and Pete we have been toying with is “gnome sayin” meaning “do you know what I’m saying. It’s us just joking about the ebonic language.

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        • Menagerie says:

          Both phrases are stupid memes that reduce users to the ignorance they profess disdain for. Mockery rarely reflects well upon a person, outside of a few dusty old plays.

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          • jetstream says:

            In dealing with the Left, I disagree. Mockery and ridicule are very effective weapons to dissuade its followers and defeat its strength. Once the ideology is no longer cool, the useful idiot supporters will turn away. Facts and reason have no influence on immature minds, only feelings.

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          • Sharon says:

            Both phrases are stupid memes that reduce users to the ignorance they profess disdain for

            Yup. Like kids trying out a new bad word they heard on the playground.

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          • justfactsplz says:

            I’m going to respectfully disagree because the person who originated the “Justin and Pete” phrase is not just a commenter here. I would never consider him ignorant, not ever.

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            • Sharon says:

              The initial serendipity of such a phrase can be clever and fun. Endless repetition of it gets tiresome. Two different things entirely.

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    • elvischupacabra says:

      “Eric, you…uhhhhhhh…. take the fall for this. Plead guilty and I’ll pardon you on Friday at 4:59 PM.”

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  5. tappin52 says:

    Wow! This is spectacular. I must admit, however, that I am pleasantly surprised that somebody is finally doing the right thing with regard to this Department of Injustice. I hope the trend of uncovering this fraud washes across the nation and takes every slimy politician and bureaucrat with it. Hey, I can dream, can’t I?

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    • TexasRanger says:

      A post-Holder Justice Department worthy of the name……….
      The next attorney general must emulate Edward Levi, not Eric Holder

      From The Washington Times;

      Speaking of Mr. Holder’s predecessor in 2007, then-Sen. Barack Obama said: “Part of the role of the attorney general is to say to the executive branch, ‘Here are the limits of your power. Here are the things that you can’t do.’ What you get a sense of is an attorney general who saw himself as enabler of the administration, as opposed to somebody who was actually trying to look out for the American people’s interests.”

      Here’s a really good commentary about Eric Holder and the Obama Department Of Justice.
      http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2014/oct/20/tracci-a-justice-department-worth-the-name/

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      • LetJusticePrevail" says:

        Obama and Holder perverted the office of the Attorney General into something that told him how the President could do what he <shouldn't do. The underlying (but most important) aspect was their total lack of any moral compass whatsoever.

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    • polk8dot says:

      Looks like your dream is going to have to remain just that – a dream.

      ‘This is part of a disturbing and rapidly increasing pattern of abuses by this Department of Justice to line government coffers or redistribute the wealth to its political allies—using its overwhelming litigation might and federal agencies as a tool of extortion and wealth redistribution.’

      ÷÷÷ Unfortunately, in this administration nothing ever gets better – things get screwed up, then they get even worse. Read below. ÷÷÷
      ……………..
      06/25/2014: ‘WAR ON WALL STREET: Obama Appoints Anti-Business Activist Head of DOJ Division. Banks should brace for assault as Arthur Andersen annihilator now controls world’s largest criminal conviction machine.’
      ‘Meet Leslie Caldwell. President Obama has installed Ms. Caldwell, known as a “terror of a prosecutor,” as head of the Criminal Division of the Department of Justice. It has been over a decade since Ms. Caldwell destroyed Arthur Anderson, and with it, 85,000 jobs—only to be reversed by the Supreme Court nine to nothing (well after she went into private practice). Now the president has brought her back—with a big promotion—and the vengeance of DOJ already aimed at Credit Suisse, BNP Paribas and others.
      Ms. Caldwell and her then right hand man, Andrew Weissmann, viewed businessmen and bankers as “wise guys on Wall Street,” deserving of brutal prosecutorial tactics. Their prosecutions proceeded on the theory that the “end justifies the means.’

      ‘Ms. Caldwell knew the carnage she would cause. Andersen represented 2,300 publicly traded companies and employed 85,000 people worldwide. ‘

      ‘Ms. Caldwell and Mr. Weissmann’s unprecedented prosecution proceeded on an indictment they had cobbled together from statutes that didn’t apply to Andersen’s conduct—with no “fair warning” to Andersen that its conduct was criminal. They destroyed an entire company when only a few people had any role in the decision-making underlying the problems that could have and should have been dealt with as a civil matter—not criminal. But they made their point: deal with DOJ or die.
      Ultimately, the Supreme Court reversed Ms. Caldwell’s well-publicized claim to fame. On behalf of a unanimous court, Chief Justice Rehnquist wrote that it was “shocking how little culpability the jury instructions required.”

      ‘The destruction of Andersen was one big task force power-play—to terrorize any individual or any business in their path and force submission from all their targets.
      Now, Leslie Caldwell is back—and at it again, as the Department turns its sights to foreign-based banks for the Andersen treatment. And it’s already seeing results.’

      ‘Within days of Ms. Caldwell’s installation as Assistant Attorney General, Credit Suisse capitulated. The Swiss bank pleaded guilty to a criminal charge and will pay a $2.6 billion fine.
      Now BNP Paribas is feeling her wrath. The French bank will not only be forced to pay a fine of $8 billion to $9 billion, but Ms. Caldwell is going to institute a temporary ban on BNP’s ability to conduct transactions in U.S. dollars.’

      ‘This is likely to have far-reaching consequences for American companies doing business in Europe. They may be targeted by foreign governments in real or perceived retaliation, and their ability to do business with BNP will be impaired.

      According to French President Francois Hollande, such demands are “unfair” and “disproportionate” and threaten not only BNP but also the “economic stability of the euro zone.”

      The New York Times reported recently that the chief of the Central Service for Corruption Prevention in France warned that “American credibility is at risk.” “Excessive use of [its] power” or exaggeration “will be considered extortion by countries.”

      Americans should brace themselves for an unprecedented assault on businesses, banks and political opponents of this administration—regardless of the law or the facts. Expect increasing use of the Department of Justice as an instrument of “terror” to extort large civil penalties or fines from businesses under the threat of criminal prosecution and the death penalty that Ms. Caldwell and her cronies dealt Arthur Andersen.’

      ‘Meet the new boss—worse than the old boss.’
      ………………………………………
      By Sidney Powell, in the New York Observer.
      http://observer.com/2014/06/war-on-wall-street-obama-appoints-anti-business-activist-head-of-doj-division/

      ÷÷÷ Yeah, prime examples of Obama and Holder’s use of DOJ and its overwhelming litigation might as a tool of extortion and wealth redistribution.÷÷÷

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  6. justice099 says:

    Call me cynical, but no matter how much fraud is exposed, nothing is going to happen to these criminals. If anything, some very low level people will have a ruler smacked on their knuckles, retire on a nice fat tax-payer pension and go on the expert/speaking/author tour.

    Until such time as our system really starts punishing the criminals, there is zero deterrence to do it. Hence why it is so common. It’s all just a sham to give us peons some assurance that our government has some semblance of accountability.

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    • Bomb says:

      Sad but true.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Tkim says:

      Very true. Nixon resigned over a scandal that in 2014 would merit a shrug and an oops.

      Liked by 4 people

    • 7delta says:

      Justice, I may be even more cynical than you, because I’m always looking for an alternate motive behind what we see on the surface. We see corruption, no accountability or misdirected accountability. Congress does nothing but hold useless hearings where all the actors take their partisan positions. The Judiciary is unreliable. The Rule of Law is what they say it is and they want you to know it.

      Nobody is this collectively incompetent. If we were just seeing garden-variety incompetence or corruption, Democrats themselves would have already calculated the damage to the country, the party and to their own self interest, then marched over to the Oval to put a smack down on the ringleader.

      Not everyone, all across the political spectrum, is corrupt…yet…but they’re a small group who aren’t in a position to direct a full frontal attack on the corruption. If they try, their own leadership threatens to cut campaign support and banishment to the Garbage Pickup Committee. These few have to decide whether to play along to retain positions where they may make a difference or get out the broom.

      For a long time, I’ve thought that the strategy is to demonstrate how corrupt the government is all across the board. The strategists are making sure we see it. They want us to be outraged. They want us to demand it be fixed. They want us to believe the Constitution has failed…not man, NOT them, by ‘living and breathing’ it into a quagmire of that barely resembles original intent…then, for us, to demand a new one so this can never happen again. Read that last sentence again. That’s the endgame.

      Political theatre is nothing new. They create the problem, stoke it until it becomes untenable, create chaos, blood and death, then step in with the solution. When everyone is vulnerable and afraid, they and their mouthpieces will tell us how we need a new form of government, because the Constitution failed. It’ll be presented as ‘what government must do’ instead of a list of ‘negative rights’ like the limited authorities delegated in the Constitution. Anybody heard that before? In reality, it will be the old failed feudal system where the government is the sole sovereign that possess all rights and privileges and will decide which rights the people may enjoy.

      The strategists don’t care how many of us are killed, die or suffer…race, creed and color is irrelevant. We’re all just the outlying rings on their target. Remember what Stalin (or was it Lenin?) said about having to break a few eggs to make an omelet. The bullseye in their target’s center says, “We, the People…”. They want it gone and they want us to demand it. JMO.

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      • polk8dot says:

        “If only it were all so simple! If only there were evil people somewhere insidiously committing evil deeds, and it were necessary only to separate them from the rest of us and destroy them. But the line dividing good and evil cuts through the heart of every human being. And who is willing to destroy a piece of his own heart?

        ― Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, The Gulag Archipelago 1918-1956

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      • polk8dot says:

        Our professional political class would be wise to take notice:

        “Someone that you have deprived of everything is no longer in your power. He is once again entirely free.”

        ― Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn

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  7. Lucille says:

    Did you notice this in the article comment section? My, my, one of the brainwashed minions.

    Greg Wilson · Top Commenter
    seriously–one case memtioned is a state case and has nothing to do with the DOJ. Also, Judge England recused Eastern District judges in order to remove any appearance of impropriety etc. So what??? this article is very cleverly written to camouflage its agenda–which is…Bad black guy Eric Holder v. sweet innocent Lumber Co. raking in massive profits with a cadre of corporate lawyers. You can fool a dummy but cant fool me. Shame on yhe author of this article.

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  8. steve says:

    Obama and Holder set up the whole Sandy Hook Newtown False Flag Fake Mass Murder Event. They did it to convince the American public that dismantling the 2nd Amendment is essential. The whole event was a Fake Drill. No one was ever murdered. All participants in the drill were paid off. sandyhookjustice.com Wolfgang W. Halbig and Jim Fetzer speak about this on Youtube.

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    • scaretactics says:

      Steve …. I think you need to check your sources. Please don’t throw a conspiracy theory on the murder of these innocent children. Their families have gone through enough.

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      • Poster says:

        Sandy Hook, by all available evidence, was a false flag operation. I urge you to check out the video of the parents before they thought they were on camera, the footage from the helicopter. Then try to square it with all the conflicting stories issued by the press. Please also try to figure out just how many shooters were involved, and how could a teenager have killed that many people that quickly? Why were so many people involved actors? Try as I might, I can’t make it make sense outside of it being one giant set up. When you look into the holes, you too will come away convinced something isn’t right.

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        • 7delta says:

          I know false flags have happened. However, there is one consistent factor to all false flags that the theory about Sandy Hook being a false flag lacks. It’s a very important factor that carries over to additional areas, therefore it permeates the entire operation. It doesn’t negate the fact there may have been manipulation involvement or that an actual event was co-opted as useful, but it negates the premise of Sandy Hook, as it’s presented, of it being one. Therefore, it makes Sandy Hook as a false flag operation extremely unlikely and makes the premise underlying the theory that Sandy Hook was a false flag the actual false flag. What’s wrong? Start by studying the details, from conception to implementation, of former known false flags. Even madness has a method.

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  9. steve says:

    “Please” do your research first. THEN, take the time and effort to reprimand me, if you feel the need. Sandy Hook Elementary School had been closed since 2008. This drill was held at an abandoned school. All participants in this drill were paid a lot of money.

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  10. doodahdaze says:

    The Holder DOJ is the wellspring of much of the criminality and corruption of the Obama Administration.

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  11. archer52 says:

    Amazing.

    The liberal/democrat believes in the “ends justify the means” and that combined with the power of the federal government is very, very, dangerous. Holder and Obama have literally given the green light to every bad actor out there.

    And once that ball is rolling, it won’t stop.

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  12. justfactsplz says:

    While it is good to see this judge stand up for what is right we still need to be very concerned about our department of justice. Not only are Holder and the power of the CRS are rotten, think about what will happen if Perez is chosen to be the next Attorney General. He is even worse than Holder. He will probably be pushed through during the Lame Duck sessions.

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  13. John Galt says:

    This is very strange. Allegations of submission of false and fraudulent evidence in court are fairly common. Recusal of a judge is uncommon. Recusal of all judges in a federal district is shocking.

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  14. archer52 says:

    And as some of you have pointed out, who is going to jail over this or lose their license??

    Liked by 2 people

  15. czarowniczy says:

    Bitter and snarky old man here – so with the DoJ’s and FBI’s record of ‘questionable doings’ (to be kind) what made you think the Judicial system is any less corrupt than the Legislative? Feds have been busting, arresting and convicting Louisiana judges for years now – they have a standing program to root ’em out and bust ’em. Court cases involve lotsa money and the itch to influence decisions us a hard one not to scratch.
    I’d mentioned previously a Louisiana case where the Federal Treehugging Service is going into Federal court to seize over 1500 ares of land private individuals were going to plant and use for tree farming. The reason is that an endangered frog ‘MAY’, not ‘IS’ but ‘MAY’, be introduced into the area to establish it at some unspecified time if the agency so desires. There’s no proof the frog ever lived there but the agency feels it MIGHT have and at some time in the far future when/if they have an increase in the naturally occurring population they protect they might want to move some there
    There have to be dozens, if not hundreds, of examples across the country of the entire court system, local to Federal, being as screwed up as Hogan’s goat. I’m sure that pockets of honesty exist in the system but it seems they are getting harder and harder to find.

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    • Tkim says:

      It’s getting harder and harder to find honesty anywhere.

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      • czarowniczy says:

        The new American ethos seems to be playing fast and free to get stuff for me. Of course in Louisiana it’s been a way of life for centuries so we tend to notice honesty rather than petty (or grand) thievery as the former’s more scarce.

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    • Anne says:

      Why did the Feds DOJ want the 22,500 acres of land in California? They already own vast acres in the Western States, almost 50% of Alaska and they even have their clutches into State of Maine – I have read 1-3 percent of Maine they own. Good article that is not being talked about in media. Thank you. Your dog is so handsome, but I don’t get the message of the picture. McCav sign? A tie-in to Moonlight Fire?

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      • czarowniczy says:

        Feds in the land business are basically Interior and USDA – more land, more influence. They’re also a******s, something you already know if you have dealt with them. Look at the percentages of Utah and Nevada they own – won’t be enough until they have it all.
        Zauber was my fearless one with great sense – not afraid of fire and happy as hell to be sitting next to one with a ‘McCain for President’ sign cooking on it. We’d have had an Obama sign but they were and still are very rare in my neck of the woods.

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      • Josh says:

        “Why did the Feds DOJ want the 22,500 acres of land in California?” Because the Feds are insatiable. It’s never enough.

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    • peachteachr says:

      We all should be deathly afraid of the EPA. They are roaming the country and giving rules out as if they were a god. They have passed regulations that make it illegal for rainwater to puddle in your own yard. They will probably never come for our property, but they have the rules in place to take it.

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      • czarowniczy says:

        The Fed agencies are fighting over who gets control of the nation’s water supply – EPA, DoI, USDA and others all see their being able to control your and my water to be about the ultimate power. They’ve been trying for years to get the Congress to pass a bill giving the Government full control of above and below ground water, impounded or free-flowing, to the Feds. They’d then fight internally and out-of-sight for control of the water. Most Congressasses are smart enough to realize that might be the end to their sitting at the ‘all you can steal’ buffet in DC and won’t fall for that. The agencies like the EPA are still too weary to dare make that reach-too-far to parse the regulations and seize that power. You wanna see a range war? Let these alphabet agencies grab farmer’s/rancher’s water.

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  16. doodahdaze says:

    This story has to be spiked until after the election. It might hurt democrat votes. The MSM will now go in to full battle mode to save their brethren.

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  17. peachteachr says:

    SD, I am delighted that you are covering this story. It was mind-numbing when I read how blatant the DOJ had been. Just when you think this “gang that can’t shoot straight” can’t do anything more, they do again. Again, hat tip to you, SD.

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  18. TrickleUpPolitics says:

    Why did the attorneys go along with this to begin with? They should have refused to participate and filed a complaint. What Sierra Pacific has had to undergo is outrageous.

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  19. polk8dot says:

    Moderator help needed!
    I posted a comment a while ago. Submitted fine, without any error messages. But it never showed up. Then the page starting crapping up on reload. WordPress won’t let me re-post it, calling it a duplicate.😠
    Cay you fish it out for me, please.. It was lots of quoting with pain in the you-know-what indentation etc. and I’d rather not have to do it again.
    Please help!
    Thanks so much.

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    • georgiafl says:

      Sometimes a comment that you labor a long timeover will ‘time out’ before you get a chance to post it. It’s best to copy all, refresh the page and then post the comment.

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      • polk8dot says:

        Georgiafl,
        Thanks for the suggestion. I always back up my posts thought, so that is not a biggie. The problem was that I could not re-post it ‘as was’ because WordPress kept throwing it up calling it a duplicate. SO to get it to show up anew, I’d have to mess with it a bit, enough of trick WordPress auto-edit, and that kind of chore really socks on a tablet. I’d have needed to wait till I go back to my regular laptop.
        Also, that would not not prevent the post from appearing duplicated had it in fact been stuck in the interwebs limbo.
        …………….
        Aaaaaaaaand just am I’m writing this, the original post popped up above, in 3 or 4 separate places, each with ‘ Awaiting moderation’ caveat.
        Urgghhh, the interwebby gods are really messing with me today.

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        • polk8dot says:

          And I’m now squared away.
          Thank you so much, mods. 😃

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          • Menagerie says:

            You actually did have 3 duplicate posts. All were in moderation. Probably you offended the Bacon Goddess, and WordPress was her stick to beat you with. 🙂

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            • polk8dot says:

              Se la vie. Bacon Goddess is nothing to sneeze at. 🙂

              (but I will give myself a tiny little ‘a’ for persistence -OK, pigheadedness – and not surrendering to WP)

              Thanks again.

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        • polk8dot says:

          Also, before I go to cry in shame – sorry about the misspellings and word substitutions above. I really, really hate this auto-correct feature.
          That’s it, no more tablet for me! Urggghhh….😤😤

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  20. TheLastDemocrat says:

    When the Bundy story was investigated, it was revealed that Reid had a conflict of interest – Reid had plans to get the land from Bundy, and benefit some of his Chinese comrades.

    Who may have benefitted from the transfer of the land in this fire situation?

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    • peachteachr says:

      Harry Reid does have a son, maybe Attorney General of Az. (???), who makes a living working with the Chinese and even using gov’t grants to get the business. Harry Reid was the son of a prostitute in what must have been a difficult time in Arizona, before it was discovered as a beautiful place to live or have fun. Somehow, Harry and his whole family are very wealthy. I love a good Horatio Alger story as well as the next person, but how does this happen when you have been a government servant all of your adult life?

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  21. polk8dot says:

    I remember that fiasco. Also his son is a County Commissioner for Clark County, and was instrumental in the attempted land grab for daddy and his cohorts.

    http://godfatherpolitics.com/15161/harry-reid-sons-solar-power-scheme-connected-bundy-ranch-standoff/

    You just can NOT stop digging after the top layer, on any story regarding Obama and the Dementocrats. With this gang of brazen crooks and thieves there is always some other angle, some more depth, some more hidden profits to be dug up.
    Bunch of conmen and criminals, one and all.

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  22. James Varney says:

    This tactic is not new for Totalitarian Progressive Technocratic Socialists (i.e. Demonic-rats).

    Asset forfeiture of Donald P. Scott Scott’s 200-acre Trail’s End Ranch, desired by the the National Park Service, which had put Scott’s ranch on a list of property it would one day like to acquire was a motive for the murder and raid.

    Sheriff deputy Gary Spencer, in charge of the operation, was heavily involved with the Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy who’s purpose is to acquire the entire crest and as much of the slopes above the pacific as possible to add it to the National Park Service . Trails End Ranch sat square in the center, blocking their plans, with Scott refusing to sell. So they framed him for Marijuana cultivation in order to grab the ranch via asset forfeiture. In the ensuing early morning raid on Oct. 2, 1992, allegedly looking for Marijuana, deputy Spencer shot and killed the legally blind and hard of hearing Scott at his first opportunity. No Marijuana was ever found but they got the ranch anyway.

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  23. Josh says:

    It will be interesting to see if Mr. Shelledy receives his award. I’ve no doubt he will.

    “The Sacramento Bee reported on the Defendant’s filing. Indeed, the Defendants’ motion informs us that a former Assistant United States Attorney came forward and disclosed that he believes that he was removed from the original prosecution by “his boss, David Shelledy, chief of the civil division in the United States Attorney’s office,” because he “rebuffed” pressure to “engage in unethical conduct as a lawyer.” Of course, like other former prosecutors who were unethical, Mr. Shelledy is to receive Attorney General Holder’s highest award for excellence—this week.”

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  24. hemp on oak says:

    These people should be charged, tried, convicted and executed. Failing that they should be lynched and have their remains dragged through the streets.

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  25. yakmaster2 says:

    Tragically, a “the ends justifies the means” mentality subverts Truth and Justice into an arrogantly human stance, which believes than mankind alone can craft a perfect world according to some ideological vision.
    Show me a dictator, a tyrannical regime, or any system of government that forces those subjects within to slavishly adhere to a prescribed ideology and I can guarantee deceits, injustices, and atrocities. Those who believe they can craft their own utopias
    also mistakenly believe they have a moral compass. However, their moral compass lacks a true North. So, the fatal flaw in such values and measures of morality is their shifting relativity.
    This Department of ‘Justice’ apparently is willing to subvert laws and truth in order to impose Holder’s vision of justice in his more perfect world.

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  26. yakmaster2 says:

    Tragically, a “the ends justifies the means” mentality subverts Truth and Justice into an arrogantly human stance, which believes than mankind alone can craft a perfect world according to some ideological vision.
    Show me a dictator, a tyrannical regime, or any system of government that forces those subjects within to slavishly adhere to a prescribed ideology and I can guarantee deceits, injustices, and atrocities. Those who believe they can craft their own utopias
    also mistakenly believe they have a moral compass. However, their moral compass lacks a true North. So, the fatal flaw in such values and measures of morality is their shifting relativity.
    This Department of ‘Justice’ apparently is willing to subvert laws and truth in order to impose Holder’s vision of justice in his more perfect world.

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