Justice chief rejects criminal prosecution in political hirings

  • Article by: NEWS SERVICES
  • Updated: August 12, 2008 - 7:48 PM

Attorney general says that episode was 'painful' but that it was a breach of civil service law, not criminal code. Summary.

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larazaproAug. 12, 0810:21 PM

And you wonder how we got 20-million of our people over the border without being noticed and then never deported? It took a lot money from our lobbyists and help from the Administration, Senate and the Congress. Like they say: The South's Gonna Do It Again!

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toolman28Aug. 13, 08 5:19 AM

Seems like - we know it was wrong , we know who did it we know the former A-G didn't have a clue what was going on ( yea right ) but since it already happened there is no sense in holding any one accountable , the ones who were hired because they would force there political beliefs on the rest of us will stay put since that was what we wanted in the first place but don't you worry any cause we watching the ship now Yea Mukassy - - - keep on protecting the boss and his minnions untill 09 since that is your orders from the king

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SidoHartAug. 13, 08 8:08 AM

To paraphrase Richard Nixon, "If the President authorizes it, it isn't illegal". Please geet here January 30, 2009. We need a President, not a King.

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wizard641999Aug. 13, 0810:34 AM

These are the people that are suppose to protect us.This is just more of the axis of evil the lives and works in 1600 Pennsylvania Ave.

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msmoppetAug. 13, 0811:10 AM

This AG is just another one of Bushit's yes men. He too will be replaced in the new administration. Whatever happened to Justice?

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uscitizenAug. 13, 08 4:56 PM

Oh that's righ! He was always working for La Raza!

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messer999Aug. 13, 08 6:12 PM

Where was the Democrats outrage when President Bill Clinton ordered the dismissal of all 93 U.S. attorneys in 1993? Democrats continue to show their hypocrisy and hope that the people of this nation are dumb enough to believe them. U.S. attorneys are not voted in, they are appointed by the president, and the president has the right to fire them. We shouldn't be surprised that when Clinton became president, all 93 U.S. attorneys were told to resign. Every administration wants people it has confidence in, especially with a party change. In fact, several presidents have changed their entire roster of U.S. attorneys, including Reagan, Bush, Eisenhower, Nixon and Carter.

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