Skip to comments.Flashback: Barrett Report and Opinion Journal
Posted on 12/22/2005 6:51:47 PM PST by xcamel
Perhaps you remember Henry Cisneros. He's the former Secretary of Housing and Urban Development who pleaded guilty in 1999 to lying to FBI investigators during his pre-appointment background check about hush payments to a former mistress, on which it also happens he hadn't paid the requisite taxes.
Well, the special counsel report investigating all this still hasn't been made public, thanks largely to procedural roadblocks by Mr. Cisneros's attorneys. And now, all of a sudden, a rash of news stories and editorials are urging Independent Counsel David Barrett to wrap up his investigation forthwith, without releasing his findings.
(Excerpt) Read more at opinionjournal.com ...
Oh Lord. When will the clouds part and the light shine again?
this is from April
How can we not let them get away with this?
"Justice is mine says the Lord". We won't get them, but HE will.
Could we have a leaker archive a copy just in case?
Ditto, 2006 would be great timing.
The problem is, are there ANY conscientious leakers in the DOJ bureaucracy? Or any gov't bureaucracy, for that matter? All recent leaks seem to be either from liberals or from disgruntled egomaniacs like richard clarke. I'd bet if you did a survey of voting patterns, most bureaucrat employees would vote dem, similarly to the patterns seen in lamestream media employees.