Skip to comments.FBI Captures Wanted Democratic Donor
Posted on 09/07/2007 4:15:15 AM PDT by libstripper
SAN FRANCISCO (Sept. 7) - Disgraced Democratic fundraiser Norman Hsu was arrested after the Hong Kong native failed to show up for a court appearance related to a felony theft conviction.
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Lucky for Hsu the FBI found him first instead of the Arkancide Light Bridage.
” story’s developing. “
Story’s been ‘developing’ since last night — lots of holes and inconsistencies in the reported ‘facts’.....
Fugitive fundraiser captured in Colorado tonight
AP certainly didn’t report the amount of information Fox did.
How come the donor is described as “disgraced”, but the people to whom he gave the money are never described as such?
Water board him until he gives up Hillary.
you didn’t see the thread in breaking news?
How is Shrillary going to spin this one?
How tin-foiled, moonbat conspiracy theories start.....
Was Steve Fossett with him?
He’s connected with Clinton, too, isn’t he?
Was he part of a plot?
Someone needs to check Fossett’s financials. He made his fortune as a commodities broker...in Chicago. Didn’t Hillary once make a killing with ... commodities... in Chicago?
It’s a big plot.
I am shocked that they didn’t mention that he did give $5 to a Republican candidate.
I hope that he sings.
During the 1980/90's, the Clintoons got by with murder, rape, campaign finance abuse, Arkancide, treason and other crimes due to their buds controlling the MSM. Welcome to the new century, Clintoon criminals. You can't hide your criminal activities anymore.
HSU $ORRY NOW? ANOTHER HILLARY $CANDAL!
HSU, YOUR SUGAR DADDY NOW, HILL?
Hill's memories of HSU will be fading quickly to "I Don't Recall!"
HSU'S HSU re getting illegal money from you know, HSU!
Disgraced political fund-raiser Norman Hsu - a major donor for Hillary Rodham Clinton and other Democrats - was a wanted man again after he failed to show up for court yesterday, and a judge issued a new warrant for his arrest.
Hsu, whose criminal past has roiled the campaigns of presidential candidates, was scheduled to ask a judge to cut in half the $2 million bail he posted last week when he turned himself in after spending 15 years on the lam from a felony theft conviction.
Instead, San Mateo Superior Court Judge Robert Foiles ordered Hsu's bail forfeited to the county and issued a new arrest warrant.
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The Democrats' Foreign Funny Money (NY sucks it up)
yahoo news ^ | Wed Sep 5, 3:00 AM ET | Michelle Malkin
Posted on 09/06/2007 4:49:22 PM PDT by xcamel
According to investigative blogger Flip Pidot (suitablyflip.com), who delved into public records and crunched the numbers, Clinton took the lion's share of political cash ($174,000) from Hsu and his network of suspected donor-bundlers whose campaign checks dwarfed their income. New York Attorney General Andrew Cuomo and New York Governor (and former Attorney General) Eliot Spitzer accepted the largest sums of direct cash from Hsu. ($60,100 each)
Reports Pidot: "Among state parties, campaign committees, and advocacy groups, the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee topped the list, with $122,000, though three state Democratic parties or committees (Tennessee, New York, and New Jersey) took more from Hsu directly. Of the 32 organizations that took money from Hsu and his associates, 10 were state Democratic parties and several others were Democratic campaign committees. The 84 individuals who received money from Hsu and his associates included 17 Gubernatorial candidates, 17 Congressional candidates, 27 Senatorial candidates, and a variety of statewide and local candidates. All were Democrats, with the exception of Tom Gallagher, Florida's former CFO and an unsuccessful primary challenger to Charlie Crist in the 2006 Governor race. Including candidate-specific PACs, these individuals have taken just over $1 million from Hsu's group since the 2004 cycle. . . . Another 22 organizations received support from Hsu's network since 2004, primarily Democratic campaign committees and state Democratic parties."
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