Mukasey Prepares DOJ’s Exit Strategy From AIPAC Espionage Trial Prosecution

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Friday, April 04, 2008

Even though we can’t seem to find our way out of Iraq, it looks like our new Attorney General Robert Mukasey will soon find a way out of the AIPAC espionage trial. It is now more than likely that the Rosen, Weissman espionage/treason trial will go out with a whimper. The effective appointment of Mukasey to head the Department of Justice by AIPAC’s Chuck Schumer looks like it has paid handsome dividends. We may have another idiot on our payrolls that thinks torture is fine, but AIPAC treason will not be prosecuted in this country under any circumstances. Thanks Mr. Schumer. And most importantly the candle for this prosecution will likely flicker out before the annual AIPAC treason fest in Chicago this June. How do I know these things? Certainly not from any reporting by our main stream media. Even though our media feigned interest in this trial when The Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press and several other news organizations attempted to intervene when the Government tried to close the trial to the public, this apparently was just one more ploy in the Media Cabal’s bag of tricks to derail the AIPAC prosecution. The court did rule in favor of the defense in this matter, but how many articles or news segments have you seen on the Espionage trial? It should be clear that our network presidents and other media cabal members are up to their Zionist elbows in the conspiracy to prevent an honest hearing of this matter.

There have been many attempts to derail the prosecution of this case, including the defense’s recent grey mail attempts to subpoena government witnesses like Condoleezza Rice and other Zionist treason monkeys like Paul Wolfowitz and Elliot Abrams. The defense will apparently argue that it is a common practice for journalists and lobbyists to obtain classified information from government officials and then skedaddle over to the Israeli embassy with it. The latest Zionist attempt however to take the wind out of our Vichy Governments prosecution sail, is to eliminate the lead government prosecutor, Assistant US Attorney Kevin DiGregory for Virginia’s Eastern District. Mr. DiGregory was offered employment and a bag of cash with Manatt, Phelps & Phillips, LLP, a national law and consulting firm.We can hardly blame a U.S. attorney for accepting a bag of cash from an international law firm can we? Mr. DiGregory after all was, I’m sure, smart enough to figure out this trial would never see the light of day or a court room. But what are the ethics of a large international law firm that bribes the Government’s lead prosecuter with employment two months before the trial date of the most important case the attorney will ever be involved in? Should Judge Ellis be exploring the possibility of obstruction of justice along with the espionage matter? Check out the hot news on Manatt’s website. Manatt Attorney to Head Holocaust Survivors German “Ghetto Work” Reparations Program. Are things starting to add up? The Zionist Jungle Book circle of treason almost complete? And the trial date last scheduled for late April is no more. The prosecution in disarray. And when is the new trial date? Go ahead try to find some news coverage on the Internet. Good luck. There is no new trial date. There is a status hearing on the matter scheduled May 2, 2008 in Virginia’s Eastern District Court. I had to call the court to find this out. Where is the news Media?


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    Anonymous said:
    November 6, 2010 at 11:56 am

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