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  • Report: Daschle subpoenaed to testify at Janklow trial

    11/27/2003 11:43:29 AM PST · by jwalburg · 13 replies · 262+ views
    Aberdeen American News ^ | Nov. 27, 2003 | AP
    RAPID CITY, S.D. - Sen. Tom Daschle, D-S.D., has been subpoenaed to testify in Rep. Bill Janklow's trial next week. The subpoena comes from Janklow's attorneys, the Rapid City Journal reported Thursday, citing a Daschle spokesman who spoke on condition of anonymity. Janklow, R-S.D., will go on trial in Flandreau on Monday in an Aug. 16 crash that killed motorcyclist Randy Scott, 55, of Hardwick, Minn. Janklow is charged with a felony count of second-degree manslaughter and misdemeanor charges of reckless driving, running a stop sign and speeding. Moody County State's Attorney Bill Ellingson says Janklow was going 71 mph...
  • Cubans held at sea may win U.S. entry if they will testify

    08/12/2003 9:36:03 AM PDT · by bedolido · 1 replies · 246+ views
    Palm Beach Post ^ | 08/12/03 | Susan Spencer-Wendel
    WEST PALM BEACH -- Five Cuban immigrants waited at sea without a country and three more sat in jail Monday awaiting word on their destinies -- possibly suspended there while in a political dust-up over the United States' repatriation policy. The people, taken into custody as they made a dash for U.S. soil through the Lake Worth Inlet Sunday evening, await word on whether prosecutors will charge the man who operated the boat and whether immigration officials will forcibly return those who never made landfall to Cuba. The three men who made it to Singer Island soil remain at the...
  • Colin Powell on TV right now--testifying to Congress

    02/06/2003 6:59:52 AM PST · by prairiebreeze · 145 replies · 865+ views
    February 6, 2003
    Colin being shown addressing Congress. They frequently flash the camera to Biden--gag
  • Ridge stands firm in saying he will not agree to testify before Congress

    03/24/2002 6:16:00 PM PST · by · 11 replies · 291+ views
    Associated Press ^ | March 24, 2002 | By LEIGH STROPE
    WASHINGTON - Homeland Security Director Tom Ridge stood firm Sunday in his refusal to testify before Congress about the White House's anti-terrorism budget, saying his appearance would violate the constitution's separation of powers. Ridge said he will continue to meet informally with lawmakers, but he has no intention of testifying because he is an adviser to the president, not a Cabinet member obliged to appear on Capitol Hill. "I don't think you can compromise the principle of separation of powers," Ridge said on ABC's "This Week." "I do think that we should continue our discussions to determine whether or not...