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  • Hsu's Attorney Brosnahan Is Big DNC Donor

    09/08/2007 5:30:51 PM PDT · by stratman1969 · 4 replies · 182+ views
    Marooned in Marin webblog ^ | September 8, 2007 | Marooned in Marin
    James Brosnahan, attorney for Hillary Clinton's disgraced sugar daddy Norman Hsu, has not just defended Marin's Taliban warrior John Walker Lindh. Brosnahan is also a big Democrat party donor. Contribution records from the Center for Responsive Politics' website show Brosnahan has contributed in excess of $80,000 to Democrat candidates since 1989. $86,550 to be exact. His most recent contribution was $10,000 to the Democrat Congressional Campaign on June 29th of this year. He also contributed $2,300 to Barack Hussein Obama on March 19, 2007. There are two other big money contributions; another $10,000 to the Democrat Congressional Campaign in...
  • What Made Norman Hsu Run?

    09/07/2007 7:32:09 PM PDT · by jdm · 91 replies · 3,200+ views
    Wall Street Journal ^ | September 8, 2007 | By IANTHE JEANNE DUGAN in New York, JONATHAN CHENG in Hong Kong and BRODY MULLINS in Washington
    At a New York restaurant overlooking Central Park in April 2006, the governor of Pennsylvania sat down to dinner with about a dozen Democratic supporters. The 10-course meal in a private room at Per Se, including dishes like Nova Scotia Lobster Tail "Cuite Sous Vide," cost about $18,000, says a diner who was there. The host, Norman Hsu, was a businessman that the crowd admired but knew little about. In the past few weeks, much more has become known about Mr. Hsu: That he had filed for bankruptcy twice, including a time in 1990 when he said he had no...
  • Norman Hsu (Hillary fund-raiser) attorney defended 'American Taliban' John Walker Lindh

    09/07/2007 7:41:21 PM PDT · by Libloather · 33 replies · 1,611+ views
    MOFO ^ | 9/07/07
    James J. BrosnahanSenior Partner Primary Office: San Francisco Email: Phone: (415) 268-7189 Fax: (415) 268-7522 Download vCard James J. Brosnahan is one of the nation's most respected and recognized trial lawyers, with expertise in both civil and criminal trial work. He was inducted into The State Bar of California's "Trial Lawyers Hall of Fame" in April 1996; was awarded the "Samuel E. Gates Award" by the American College of Trial Lawyers in October 2000; was named the "Trial Lawyer of the Year" by the American Board of Trial Advocates in October 2001; was named "Legend of the Law" by...
  • Brosnahan: Don't Blame HP Chair, She's Not a Lawyer (Dunn hires Taliban John's lawyer)

    09/22/2006 1:11:55 AM PDT · by HAL9000 · 4 replies · 528+ views (excerpt) ^ | September 22, 2006 | Justin Scheck
    Excerpt - Don't blame Hewlett-Packard Chairman Patricia Dunn, her new lawyer said Wednesday, for the convulsions the company's board have suffered in the wake of its troubled investigation of boardroom leaks. "She's neither a lawyer nor is she an investigator," said James Brosnahan, the Morrison & Foerster litigator whom Dunn hired this week. "And she's not the kind of person, frankly, who would advise people to do something illegal." Dunn has come under scrutiny for her role in directing the troubled probe -- The Wall Street Journal reported Wednesday that she closely supervised it -- and she's the latest figure...
  • THE WHINE OF AN AMERICAN JIHADIST (Johnny Taliban Want's To Be Released From Prison)

    12/21/2005 2:27:51 AM PST · by PJ-Comix · 28 replies · 886+ views
    Michelle Malkin ^ | December 20, 2005 | Michelle Malkin
    Suleyman al-Faris, aka Abdul Hamid, aka John Walker Lindh, is asking for mercy. Via the San Francisco Chronicle: American-born Taliban soldier John Walker Lindh has asked President Bush again to reduce his 20-year prison sentence by an unspecified amount, Lindh's attorney said Tuesday. Lindh, now in his early 20s, wrote a first-person account to the Justice Department's pardon attorneys arguing why he believes Bush should reduce his sentence. Lindh's attorney said the document could not be publicly released under U.S. government restrictions intended to prevent Lindh from disclosing national secrets. National secrets? Don't worry. The New York Times will no...