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  • Military Prosecutors Withhold Evidence; Army Ranger Goes To Prison For 25 Years For Shooting Al

    08/23/2011 3:16:31 PM PDT · by Nachum · 21 replies
    Defendmichael.com ^ | 8/23/11 | staff
    On March 20th, 2009, Army Ranger 1st Lieutenant Michael Behenna was sentenced to 25 years in prison for killing Ali Mansur, a known Al Qaeda operative while serving in Iraq. Mansur was known to be a member of an Al Qaeda cell operating in the lieutenant’s area of operation and Army intelligence believed he organized an attack on Lt. Behenna’s platoon in April 2008 which killed two U.S. soldiers and injured two more. Army intelligence ordered the release of Mansur and Lt. Behenna was ordered to return the terrorist to his home. During the return of Mansur, Lt. Behenna again...
  • You got to know when to Hold 'em, right Attorney General?

    03/16/2010 8:32:06 AM PDT · by Alaphiah123 · 2 replies · 205+ views
    Creating Orwellian Worldview ^ | 3/16/10 | alaphiah
    Being confirmed Attorney General of the United States of American is a tricky thing. It's a little like playing poker. You gotta hold your cards close to the vest. In AG Eric Holder's situation one had to hold seven cases, which he was involved doing legal work for terror detainess, close to the vest and out of view of the Senate committee that was considering confirming him to the position of Attorney General. (not that it would have mattered anyway.) (see article)
  • Former presidents can't withhold records

    10/01/2007 7:37:10 PM PDT · by NormsRevenge · 19 replies · 172+ views
    AP on Yahoo ^ | 10/1/07 | Matt Apuzzo - ap
    WASHINGTON - Presidents don't have indefinite veto power over which records are made public after they've left office, a federal judge ruled Monday. In a narrowly crafted ruling, U.S. District Judge Colleen Kollar-Kotelly invalidated part of President Bush's 2001 executive order, which allowed former presidents and vice presidents to review executive records before they are released under the Freedom of Information Act. By law, the National Archives has the final say over the release of presidential records and Kollar-Kotelly ruled that Bush's executive order "effectively eliminates" that discretion. It allows former presidents to delay the release of records "presumably indefinitely,"...
  • Reagan architect declares war on GOP (Viguersays withhold money, stop calling yourself 'Republican')

    08/07/2006 11:17:27 PM PDT · by freepatriot32 · 197 replies · 2,961+ views
    http://www.worldnetdaily.com ^ | 8 7 06 | worldnetdaily
    WASHINGTON – One of the architects of the Reagan Revolution is calling on fellow conservatives to withhold support of the Republican Party establishment – including most GOP incumbents in Congress this year. In "Conservatives Betrayed: How George W. Bush and Other Big Government Republicans Hijacked the Conservative Cause," Richard Viguerie, the man who invented the idea of using direct mail as a means of going over the heads of what he considered to be a biased establishment press, says it's time for radical action to save the Republican Party from itself. His plan includes the following actions, which would spell...
  • Passion for Truth [Brian Lamb interview of Arlen Specter]

    11/14/2004 5:13:05 PM PST · by Catholic and Conservative · 11 replies · 1,064+ views
    Booknotes (C-SPAN's author interview series) ^ | January 28, 2001 | Brian Lamb interview of Arlen Specter
    Sen. SPECTER: …And I'm very much concerned about what the Supreme Court is doing, and I registered in a collegial conversation they have taken over a tremendous amount of authority, which has a Rehnquist agenda. And we're now facing a situation of Roe vs. Wade where there may be an effort to dismantle Roe vs. Wade, and I discussed with him the question about what questions are appropriate for a senator to ask. There's sort of a--there's sort of... LAMB: At a confirmation hearing? Sen. SPECTER: At confirmation hearings. There's sort of a practice, Brian, that you don't ask a...
  • U.S. activists ask Congress to withhold Iraq funds

    09/24/2003 1:29:33 PM PDT · by bedolido · 8 replies · 118+ views
    MSNBC ^ | 09/24/03 | Staff Writer
    WASHINGTON, Sept. 24 — U.S. anti-war activists launched a national advertising campaign on Wednesday urging Congress to withhold new funds for Iraq unless the White House agrees to transfer authority to the United Nations. Tom Andrews, a former Democratic representative from Maine and director of the Win Without War coalition group, said the television and print advertisements were designed to force lawmakers to address public unease over the U.S. role in Iraq.
  • Many Doctors Withhold Info From Patients

    07/08/2003 1:12:23 PM PDT · by freepatriot32 · 29 replies · 235+ views
    the associated press ^ | 7.8.03 | LAURA MECKLER
    WASHINGTON (AP) - Nearly one in three doctors reports withholding information from patients about useful medical services that aren't covered by their health insurance companies, and the number may be on the rise, a study reports. Study authors say their work offers the first empirical evidence for what many have long suspected: that coverage limitations imposed by managed care are infiltrating doctor-patient communications. ``Patients aren't getting the whole story,'' said Matthew K. Wynia, director of the Institute for Ethics at the American Medical Association and lead author of the article being published in the journal Health Affairs. Wynia and his...
  • CA: El Paso Corp. says it did not wrongly withhold gas from California

    12/02/2002 7:02:25 PM PST · by NormsRevenge · 8 replies · 234+ views
    Sac Bee ^ | 12/2/02 | AP
    <p>WASHINGTON -- A Texas energy company on Monday urged federal energy regulators to ignore findings that it withheld natural gas from California to drive up prices during the state's energy crisis.</p> <p>The closely watched case pitting Houston-based El Paso Corp. against California and two public utilities that suffered large losses in 2000 and 2001 is part of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission's attempt to apportion blame for the California energy crisis.</p>