Tuesday, November 15, 2011

The Guerena family is suing

for wrongful death.

Yeah, discovery on this is going to be real interesting. For the family. For the sheriff's office and tac team, the word might be more like 'nightmare'.

So Officer Lupo is a liar, and committed perjury, but still has his badge? The department and prosecutors just won't want him to testify in court in the future? And we're supposed to trust ANYTHING that comes from these clowns?

Some real interesting developments and projects for military use. On the 'chameleon' camouflage, especially at a distance or in low-light conditions you wouldn't have to have perfection: if it just blurs/makes indistinct the wearer it makes him a much more difficult target.

So Veep Biden thinks the corrupt Corzine is the smartest guy he knows; and he helped Obama design the bailouts? And do other things? No wonder things are so effed up.

As Insty says, "Faster, please." My knees would love the help. And this for heart trouble...

"Shut up, I'm busy," Mayor Rahm explained.

Why do we think a lot of academics suck? Well...
The professor, who specializes in constitutional law, wrote the email last week in response to a university drive to collect items for U.S. troops, like sunblock and sanitary products. He also wrote that sympathy for American troops in harm’s way is “not particularly rational in today’s world.”

In Gunwalker news,
Attorney General Eric Holder’s Justice Department sought to manipulate reporters’ coverage of Operation Fast and Furious during the days preceding a November 1 Senate Judiciary Committee hearing, new emails obtained by The Daily Caller indicate.

Emails between senior Justice Department officials and investigators in the office of Iowa Republican Sen. Chuck Grassley show that congressional staffers leading the investigation into Operation Fast and Furious requested information about Operation Wide Receiver — a Bush administration program – and other similar cases, more than a full month before the DOJ leaked information to selected media outlets on October 31.

That Halloween document dump from the DOJ seemed calculated to depict Grassley’s investigation as partisan in nature.
It appears Holder’s team didn’t answer any of the investigator’s questions. Instead, the Justice Department held the information and related documents until the night before Assistant Attorney General Lanny Breuer was scheduled to testify before the Senate Judiciary Committee.

Those documents showed Breuer was at least partially responsible for Fast and Furious. Breuer subsequently issued a statement apologizing for not stopping the ATF agents leading Fast and Furious from implementing the same failed tactics used in Operation Wide Receiver — information he confirmed he had in April 2010.

The DOJ selectively picked which news outlets received the leaked documents, and which documents were released

And, totally unrelated to news but in the 'Woof' category,

1 comment:

PISSED said...

WOOF WOOF AROOO!!! nice find firehand ;)