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Monica Goodlink

This graduate of Pat Robertson's school of law [as are 150 others in the Bush administration], was just fired and now indicted, and hired a REAL lawyer, not one from Pat's "school",  to defend her

 

 

There's a media and internet blackout on the name "Monica Goodlink".   Searching Youtube gets ZERO results, Google gets only SEVEN, and Dogpile only 6.

Discover how the Whitehouse influences searches for this name on the INTERNET, and you'll discover the hidden hand controlling our communications channels.

 

 

 

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What follows is the most corrupt and purposely incompentent 'investigation' in the history of law enforcement in the United States...
or at perhaps one of the most comprehensive coverups...
Young appointee of monica goodlink ilk, Kelly Ayotte AG, closing in on 40 and stinking of ambition, declares PCP seller, convicted cop assaulter felon, and liar about his service in the United States Marines, Gregory Floyd, suddenly a hero.

 

 

 

 

 

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_http://www.brasschecktv.com/page/125.html_ 
(http://www.brasschecktv.com/page/125.html)  
BILL MAYER EXPLAINS WHERE BUSH  FINDS HIS  INCOMPETENT  STAFF  
Would you  believe that 150 graduates of Pat Robertson's Law School work in 
key  positions in the Bush administration and you wonder why incompetence is 
the  theme of the Cheney/Bush administration: Allen L Roland   
Rivero's Rule states that all  organizations will eventually reflect the 
competence and moral integrity of its  leaders. As such, the Administration's 
Justice department reflects the  incompetence and moral failings of both George W 
Bush and Pat  Robertson.  
Bill Maher explains it all in this  hilarious four minute video which is must 
viewing for all curious Americans.
Here is  the link: _http://www.brasschecktv.com/page/125.html_ 
(http://www.brasschecktv.com/page/125.html)  
Allen L Roland 
_http://blogs.salon.com/0002255/2007/09/15.html_ 
(http://blogs.salon.com/0002255/2007/09/15.html)    

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Part 27 of 32 Senate Judiciary Committee with Alberto Gonzales. Last part of Senator Sheldon Whitehouse's second round of questions to Alberto Gonzales. 7/24/07 KEEP IN MIND: Gonzales was given each and every question he would be asked beforehand. Nothing was a surprise - there was absolutely NO "GOTCHA!" Transcript of this portion of the hearing: WHITEHOUSE: Now, I then showed you the letter that Attorney General -- the memorandum that Attorney General Ashcroft prepared. And that's the document that, sort of, kicked open the door from seven to hundreds of people to be involved and have discussions about ongoing criminal/civil investigative matters. And that's what led to our discussion about all of this. Now, you've had some time to think about this. You've indicated desire to clean up the mess at the department. I would like to bring to your attention a May 4th, 2006, memorandum that is a subsequent document to the Ashcroft memorandum. This one is signed by you. [Clip begins here...] Here's what concerns me. In the Ashcroft memorandum, which was a subject of concern before, at the very, very end of the Ashcroft memorandum, as you'll remember, there was that paragraph under asterisks that changes the whole memorandum in front of it. It says, "Notwithstanding any procedures, limitations set forth above, the attorney general may communicate directly with the president, vice president, counsel to the president, assistant to the president for national security affairs, and various others." And then it provides who the staff members can consult with: "directly with officials and staff of the Office of President, Office of the Vice President, Office of the Counsel to the president, National Security Council" and so forth. Now, I took the position that that was pretty much kicking down a very important door that had protected the department from political influence, but I see in your May 4th, 2006, memorandum a number of things that concern me even more. The first is at the bottom of the first page where there is an asterisked footnote, which says at the bottom, "For convenience, the executive functions of the vice presidency are referred to in this document as the Office of the Vice President or OVP, and the provisions of this memorandum that apply with respect to communications with the EOP" -- Executive Office of the President, I assume that is -- "will apply in parallel fashion to communications with the Office of the Vice President." WHITEHOUSE: Let me ask you first, what on Earth business does the Office of the Vice President have in the internal workings of the Department of Justice with respect to criminal investigations, civil investigations, ongoing matters? GONZALES: As a general matter, I would say that that's a good question. (LAUGHTER) WHITEHOUSE: Why is it here then? GONZALES: I'd have to go back and look at this. WHITEHOUSE: I'd like to know where this came from and how that addition was made. Then, if you look at the very back, the very last paragraph, once again there's a final paragraph set off by asterisks that pretty much undercuts everything that was said in the previous enumerated paragraphs. And here, you can see the difference. It's almost identical with the previous memorandum, only it adds some things: "Notwithstanding any procedure or limitations set forth above, the attorney general may communicate directly with the president, vice president" -- so far, same as the Ashcroft memorandum. Then you add, "their chiefs of staff, counsel to the president," then you add "or vice president." Somebody took the trouble to write in "counsel to the vice president" and provide that individual access to ongoing criminal investigations, ongoing civil investigations and ongoing other investigative matters. GONZALES: Which -- I don't know whether or not that, in fact, has happened, so I want to -- I want to (inaudible)... WHITEHOUSE: Part of what we do around here is to prevent things from happening. GONZALES: Exactly, exactly. WHITEHOUSE: And when you kick down doors, you invite people to do it whether or not it's been done. GONZALES: And I agree. WHITEHOUSE: OK. GONZALES: And on its face, I must say, sitting here, I'm troubled by this. WHITEHOUSE: Yes. GONZALES: I will say... WHITEHOUSE: And if you can continue -- just let me finish, because we're not done with the paragraph. GONZALES: All right. WHITEHOUSE: If you go further on down, what was the staff of the Office of the President has become the staff of the White House Office and the entire Office of Management and Budget has been thrown in. So you come here today with, I think, to put it mildly, highly diminished credibility, asserting to us that you want to bring -- to restore the Department of Justice. And yet here, where there is something that you could do about it, since our past discussion, nothing has been done, the memo that has your signature makes it worse, and we've agreed that this connection between the White House and the Department of Justice is the most dangerous one from a point of view of the potential for the infiltration of political influence into the department. How, in the light of all those facts, can I give you any credibility for being serious about the promises you've made that you intend to clean up the mess you've made? GONZALES: Well, because we have taken -- I've taken several steps to clean up, to address some of the mistakes that have been made, Senator. I can say that I have directed my staff to try to understand what happened with respect to the Ashcroft memo, what was the genesis of it. And in fact, we went back and talked to a former member of the Ashcroft leadership team to understand what was the basis of the change? What caused this to happen? And so we have been looking at this issue because I am concerned about it. And with respect to this memo, quite frankly, I'd have to look at it. And I would be concerned about inappropriate access to ongoing investigations. And it's something that -- if that's encouraged by this kind of memorandum, I think it's something that we ought to rethink. WHITEHOUSE: I would just mention to you that Senator Leahy and I, the chairman and I, have a piece of legislation that would restrict the department back to the original seven unless a notification were made to this committee about other contacts that were actually made. WHITEHOUSE: And I hope you'll consider that and support it as well. It is very difficult at this point to take seriously your promises, however well you might mean them subjectively, to restore the Department of Justice. There are a lot of people here who love it, there are a lot of people here who think very highly of it. Everywhere I go, I find, you know, increased concern about it. People that I used to work with, people who are friends and family of people who work in the Department of Justice right now. We have seven U.S. attorneys or more dismissed. You have the Deputy Attorney General McNulty gone, Acting Associate Attorney General Mercer gone, your chief of staff Kyle Sampson gone, White House Liaison Monica Goodling gone, chief of staff to Deputy Attorney General Michael Ellston gone, Director of EOUSA Mike Battle gone. And in addition to hearing it wherever I go, you get things like the recent op-ed in the Denver Post written by an active USA. "As a longtime attorney at the U.S. Department of Justice, I can honestly say that I have never been as ashamed of the department and government that I serve as I am at this time. "The public record now plainly demonstrates that both the DOJ and the government as a whole have been thoroughly politicized in a manner that is inappropriate, unethical and indeed unlawful." WHITEHOUSE: "In more than a quarter of a century at the Department of Justice, I have never before seen such consistent and marked disrespect on the part of the highest-ranking government policymakers for both law and ethics. "I realize that this constitutionally protected statement subjects me to a substantial risk of unlawful reprisal from extremely ruthless people who have repeatedly taken such action in the past. But I am confident that I'm speaking on behalf of countless thousands of honorable public servants at Justice and elsewhere who take their responsibilities seriously and share these views and some things must be said, whatever the risk." As you know, this is not an isolated feeling. And I just -- I don't know how you can say that you can help solve the problem. It appears to a lot of people that you, sir, are in fact the problem. GONZALES: Senator, I think that's a -- I understand that statement. I disagree. I think the morale at the department I think is good if you look at the output. Clearly, the U.S. attorney situation has not been helpful to the morale of the department. But with respect to the mistakes that have been identified, we have taken steps to address them. GONZALES: The fact that there's been a change in the personnel, some people would say that's a good thing. It's good we have these changes. It's good these people have left. Some people, like Mike Battle, you cite in that list, Mike was planning on leaving and leaving because of personal reasons that had nothing to do with any of this. It's unfair to include him in this. And so, I am working as hard as I can to work with the members of this committee to make improvements in the Department of Justice. Responding to Senator Feinstein's earlier comment about how, after hearing the opening statements of Senator Leahy and Senator Specter, why I would talk about FISA, the reason I would is because I'm focused on doing the work of the people in this country, who care most about making sure the country's safe from terrorism, who care most about making sure their neighborhood's are safe from gangs and drugs and violent crime, and who care most about that their children are protected from predators. That's what I'm primarily focused on. But I'm also, at the same time, trying to address these problems. I feel that's my obligation as attorney general. WHITEHOUSE: Senator Cardin?

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TRAITOR McCain

jewn McCain

ASSASSIN of JFK, Patton, many other Whites

killed 264 MILLION Christians in WWII

killed 64 million Christians in Russia

holocaust denier extraordinaire--denying the Armenian holocaust

millions dead in the Middle East

tens of millions of dead Christians

LOST $1.2 TRILLION in Pentagon
spearheaded torture & sodomy of all non-jews
millions dead in Iraq

42 dead, mass murderer Goldman LOVED by jews

serial killer of 13 Christians

the REAL terrorists--not a single one is an Arab

serial killers are all jews

framed Christians for anti-semitism, got caught
left 350 firemen behind to die in WTC

legally insane debarred lawyer CENSORED free speech

mother of all fnazis, certified mentally ill

10,000 Whites DEAD from one jew LIE

moser HATED by jews: he followed the law

f.ck Jesus--from a "news" person!!

1000 fold the child of perdition

 

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