Skip to comments.C.I.A. Defends Officer's Firing in Leak Case
Posted on 04/25/2006 8:57:49 PM PDT by Lancey Howard
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Sorry. The criminal investigation into the 1998 US Embassy bombings in Africa ended with three hundred counts against the defendants including the utilization of weapons of mass destruction (WMD) against American targets, conspiracy to kill officers and employees of the U.S. government, conspiracy to murder U.S. nationals, and conspiracy to destroy U.S. buildings by the use of explosives.
"Citizens will always accept a bit of corruption as part of doing business. No one accepts treason."
Sounds like something from the LBJ school of politics!
"Ol' LB, really loved being Senate MaaJority Leader...."
You were asking for a list of Clinton's NSC members. This is the most complete list I have found.
"Sounds like something from the LBJ school of politics! "
Every day we read about corruption in politics and the people keep voting them in.
Now call someone a traitor and show proof and they will never be reelected. Problem is the Republicans are milquetoast and won't do it.
George Tenet was on Clinton's NSC staff?? VERY bad choice of Bush's....Slam Dunk Tenet.
Sounds like the basis for a revocation of pension to me. The failed lie-detector test isn't necessary to this case. Once again this Administration lets the enemies of the Left off without any real consquences...a pattern of grotesque weakness....which will only encourage still more loose lips.
Such considerations did not stop the prosecution of Aldrich Ames, Jonathan Pollard or Robert Hansen when they were caught spying. These trials are not necessarily public.
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