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By Patrick Van Roy On April 14th, 2018 at 4:09 pm

OIG reports McCabe, fired FBI Deputy Director, lied under oath

 

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Michael Miller

Just the tip of a very large iceberg!

The first of a number of expected reports from the U.S. Department of Justice Office of Inspector General (OIG) was released Friday:

DOJ IG releases explosive report that led to firing of ex-FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe by Fox News on Scribd

The report describes how Andrew McCabe, the now fired Deputy Director of the FBI, repeatedly lied to investigators regarding matters of leaking to reporter about a sensitive investigation of the Clinton Family Foundation. Other men are currently in legal jeopardy for lying to the FBI. Will the FBI’s #2 escape the same scrutiny?  The OIG has no authority to file charges but if the Department of Justice fails to do so in McCabe’s case the “stuff” will hit the fan!

Upon release of the report Trump tweeted:

Later reports are expected to address how the FBI handled investigations of both Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. Washington insiders see the potential for bigger bombshells to come!

Michael Miller was a member of Reagan’s White House Staff and is the Author of

Mike’s America

To no one will we sell, to no one deny or delay right or justice.

By Mike Cunningham On October 19th, 2014 at 11:38 am

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The above copy letter comes care of The Sunday Times

 

Many, if not most, of the articles listed in the Magna Carta have either been repealed, or fallen away because of changed circumstances.

But of those remaining, perhaps the most famous contains the phrases:-

No free man shall be seized or imprisoned, or stripped of his rights or possessions, or outlawed or exiled, or deprived of his standing in any other way, nor will we proceed with force against him, or send others to do so, except by the lawful judgement of his equals or by the law of the land.

To no one will we sell, to no one deny or delay right or justice.

We should examine the quoted words very carefully, and then we should all contact our own MPs, whether Coalition or Opposition, and ask, very respectfully of course, if they support the further removal by fiscal means of the ancient right of Judicial Review. Some claims may be vexatious, some may even be slightly lunatic, but all British subjects should be able to call their own Government to account!

 

Tea, vicar? Scones? Mr. Kipling’s cake?

By Mike Cunningham On January 29th, 2014 at 3:36 pm

Some people may remember the fruit-cake loudmouths and other loonies when they were publishing their extreme concern over the amount of food which is allegedly wasted from the nation’s kitchens, fridges and tabletops. We were admonished because of our proclivity for eating only part of whatever was cooked, and then gaily throwing the remainder into overflowing dust-bins. Where these people got their statistics and records from, was not disclosed, but they seemed pretty concerned with something which is, and was, really none of their bloody business.

Which brings me to today’s small rant, which is obliquely on the same thing, which is of course food which, for one reason or another, is ditched, thrown, or simply discarded. Seems as though a branch of Iceland, a British frozen-food and vegetable retailer, was known to ditch varying quantities of food into a dumpster located in the delivery yard at the rear of the store. One solid citizen phoned the police when seeing three guys climb over the rear wall, believing a robbery was taking place, but it wasn’t a normal theft; the dumped food was the target of the intrepid trio, as they were arrested with the proceeds of this violent attack on civilization, namely tomatoes, mushrooms, cheese and Mr. Kipling’s cakes.

The Crown Persecution Prosecution Service was asked to consider dropping the case, but the CPS responded this month that the case would go ahead, because “we feel there is significant public interest in prosecuting these three individuals”. The Law which forms the basis of this action against these men stems from 1824, and the charge reads “being in an enclosed area, namely Iceland (Store), for an unlawful purpose, namely stealing food”.

Now my question simply is, should these men have just been warned and set free; or should they even have been charged over the taking of food which had already been dumped, destined for landfill? Should the Majesty of the Law be arraigned against three men who were simply trying to feed themselves with food rejected by its legal owner?

UPDATED

The case against three men accused of stealing food from bins outside an Iceland store has been dropped by prosecutors.

Paul May, William James and Jason Chan were arrested in Kentish Town, north London, in October.

The men denied charges brought under the 1824 Vagrancy Act.

The Crown Prosecution Service said Iceland had made representations that “affected our assessment of the public interest in prosecuting”.

I bet they made bloody representations! Just think of the negative impact on their stores already! Bloody CPS; f***ing useless!

 

OUR USELESS LAWS..

By David Vance On October 9th, 2012 at 11:36 am

Just consider this if you will;

The DUP MLA Lord Morrow has called for a serious case review to be carried out into an on-the-run convicted teenage rapist. Edward Connors, 19, was jailed after raping an American tourist in west Belfast four years ago when he was 15. He was released from prison earlier this year after serving four years of an eight-year sentence. Connors later breached the terms of his probation and absconded to the Republic after failing to appear in court. He was due to appear in court in Belfast in July. He was later arrested in Dublin where he was charged with failing to notify the authorities of his name, address and date of birth under the Sex Offenders Act. He was granted bail by an Irish court in August and has been on the run since.

You see the issues? FOUR years served for RAPE? The courts in both jurisdictions have totally failed, in my view. This is a very dangerous young man – he SHOULD be behind bars.  The sentence given him was far too lenient and everything since then has proven the naiveness of the relevant “authorities”

KEYSTONE COPS PREFERABLE…

By David Vance On August 12th, 2012 at 11:38 am

After decades of politicisation, UK policing is not just worryingly inept but also has odd priorities. Just consider these two stories in the news; Let’s start with this sordid and  gruesome tale…

Police admitted yesterday that they had searched the loft of Tia Sharp’s grandmother’s house soon after the schoolgirl was reported missing, but failed to find her body because of ‘human error’. The admission, which follows the disclosure that the 12-year-old’s step granddad Stuart Hazell, 37, has been charged on suspicion of murder, will  dramatically intensify criticism of the police’s handling of the case. He will appear before magistrates on Monday. Tia’s grandmother and Hazell’s live-in lover, Christine Sharp, 46, was yesterday arrested along with Mrs Sharp’s next-door neighbour Paul Meehan, 39, on suspicion of assisting an offender.  The body, which is still yet to be formally identified, was found on Friday by detectives using ladders to reach the loft at Mrs Sharp’s terraced house in  New Addington, South London, despite repeated previous searches of the property.

Now, it wasn’t the Police that killed this poor young girl but the “human error” referred to above should result in someone getting severe reprimand. HOW can you miss a dead body in an attic,  exactly, if a forensic search was undertaken?

Now, lest you think that our Police are entirely useless, consider this story;

Police have arrested a man for spray painting a Royal Mail post box gold in honour of Olympic sailor Ben Ainslie. Rob Smith, 51, painted the post box in Lymington High Street where the gold medallist lives.

So, there you have it. Modern Britain, Policing effectiveness. They cannot find a body in a loft but when it comes to people painting post boxes gold, you’re nicked me old son.

SERIAL LAW BREAKING…

By David Vance On August 4th, 2012 at 8:12 am

Last summer, we witnessed some atrocious street rioting, looting and arson on the streets of London and elsewhere in the UK. These THUGS have been excused by the usual idiocy, with hand wringing nonsense about “deprivation” and “lack of equality” – the usual plaintive trash that the Left likes to substitute for reality.  But today comes some telling news…

“As the anniversary of the violence and looting approaches, the data reveals that 44% of riot suspects have been arrested on suspicion of committing further offences in the last 12 months. More than half of suspects who were locked up over the disorder have since been freed while thousands more who took part evaded justice. The statistics, released under the Freedom of Information Act, showed policemade 143 arrests following last August’s disorder, of whom 86 were charged.  But in the last year, 72 of those suspects – half the total arrested – were held again for crimes including rape, arson, robbery, threats to kill and breaching bail or parole conditions, and some even arrested for multiple crimes.

The truth is we have a criminal underclass who take advantage of our soft laws, our weak judiciary and our hopeless politicians.

so which is the more dangerous?

By Mike Cunningham On June 5th, 2012 at 12:41 pm

 

Never mind killing the dog,

what about sorting the bloody owner?

One law for him, and another Law for the rest!

By Mike Cunningham On February 3rd, 2012 at 1:20 pm

In amongst all the twitching, grinning and spitting following the resignation from his Cabinet position of Chris Huhne, I wonder how many will be commenting upon the strange and seemingly speedy advancement accorded the former Chief Secretary to the Treasury David Laws who is presumably to re-enter the Cabinet after the shuffle!

This was a man who lied about his expenses, having stolen £40,000.00 to pay rent to his boyfriend, despite both being millionaires. This was a man who lied to Parliament. So why is he being singled out for early advancement back into the Coalition Cabinet?

So if you lie over a speeding ticket, you lose your job.

But if you lie to Parliament, you lose your job, but then wait just a little while after being dismissed from the Cabinet, and then, ‘all is forgiven’, ‘welcome back into the Cabinet’.

 

Respecting The Culture

By ATWadmin On October 15th, 2009 at 8:39 pm

Who knew the Bible has reached Texas?

Be cool, multiculties, just pretend the jury read korans instead.

Law and Order on the Run

By ATWadmin On January 13th, 2009 at 6:41 pm

London January 3, 2009. Hurling traffic cones and sticks, shouting “Allahu Akbar” and “Run F**king cowards, run!” these pro-Palestinian demonstrators chase riot police down the streets of London.  These police need backup, tear gas, horses, and better riot gear. Fast.

HT: Gateway Pundit