Skip to comments.Merricck Garland was Jamie Gorelick's principle Deputy
Posted on 03/16/2016 9:25:02 AM PDT by MarvinStinson
born and raised in Obama's Chicago
Harvard Law Scool
Jamie Gorelick's principal deputy
In 1993, Garland joined the new Clinton administration as deputy assistant attorney general in the Criminal Division of the U.S. Department of Justice. The following year, then-Deputy Attorney General Jamie Gorelicka key mentor of Garland'sasked Garland to be her principal deputy.
Im surprised he didn’t play the race card on this nomination.
So he must have bumped into President Obama in school?
Some say she’s as much responsible for 911 as anyone.
Their reasoning seems logical.
We can’t get away from these names! These Clintons!
And google Dietrich (Dieter) Snell while you’re at it. Involved in everything.
Garland said it was a great privilege to be nominated by a fellow Chicagoan.
An architect in the destruction the mortgage industry.
Received tens of MILLIONS of dollars for bundling mortgages and selling them to the bag holders.....YOU, the tax payer!
Gorelick praised Garlands role at the Justice Department...
We had a lot of very seasoned prosecutors, but when you have a matter that is both substantively difficult and cuts across the department, a really talented person such as Merrick will lead those, said Gorelick. She added that Garland is a brilliant lawyer and judge who is known to be highly collegial even with colleagues across the ideological spectrum.
The Mistress of disaster
Hawk Eye, The (Burlington, IA) - April 18, 1996
Now Garland, 43, reports directly to Deputy Attorney General Jamie Gorelick, a friend from their days at Harvard. She, in turn, is Attorney General Janet Reno’s right hand.
Deputy Attorney General Jamie Gorelick, the department's second in command, asked Garland to be her principal deputy.
She said she chose him because he had "the perfect background."
Moreover, says Gorelick, "He had shown himself to be utterly without any political agenda, other than to do right."
Merrick wrote an opinion that zGitmo detainees should be able to sue civilian contracting companies involved in their interrogations.
Anyone that comes within 50 yards of that radioactive woman should be DOA. As well as serving as general counsel for Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac and enriching herself while bankrupting the agencies, she is the person responsible for setting up the legal obstacle to the FBI and CIA communicating to make 911 possible. I wonder as her principal deputy if he was involved in setting up the legal obstacles.If he is then maybe the Republicans should hold hearings to underscore the nature of the nominees that Obama submits before depositing him in the dumpster
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