Tuesday, October 18, 2011

No, Madam Warren, you're mistaken:

the first and only one I've heard call you a hick is YOU. You miserable socialist bitch.

Yes, this should count as child abuse. I don't care how PC the clown mothers are.

Along with the private investigator, every cop involved in this should be fired and prosecuted. I doubt it'll happen, which will give people even less reason to trust the police.
A man who once worked for Butler had blown the whistle. He told authorities Butler arranged for men to be arrested for drunk driving at the behest of their ex-wives and their divorce lawyers — and that entrapment was only one of many alleged misdeeds.

Butler, 49, a former police officer, was arrested in February. In addition to setting up at least five DUIs, he sold drugs for law enforcement officers and helped them open and operate a brothel, collecting and delivering the profits, according to prosecutors and a statement Butler gave them after his arrest.

On Gunwalker,
The head of the House Oversight Committee, Rep. Darrell Issa, said he plans to send a letter to the FBI this week to ask about apparent discrepancies in the investigation of a murder related to "Fast and Furious," the government's controversial "gunwalking" case, CBS News investigative correspondent Sharyl Attkisson reports.

U.S. Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry was gunned down near the U.S.-Mexico border last December, and at least two assault rifles from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives' Fast and Furious case were found at the scene.

That focused blame on the controversial ATF operation that monitored suspects who trafficked the weapons instead of arresting them and seizing the guns.

But 10 months after the murder, there are questions about how many weapons the FBI recovered at the scene and other key details
Full video at the link, partial transcript at Sipsey.

You'll now have to go look for more yourself; I'm tired.

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