By Michael Collins
Should Elena Kagan be approved as a justice to serve on the Supreme Court of the United States?
As it turns out there’s a supremely simple method of testing her suitability. Once applied, citizens of any political persuasion will see that her nomination should be rejected outright.
As Solicitor General of the United States, Kagan argued against an appeal to the Supreme Court by former Alabama Governor, Don Siegelman in November, 2009. The Siegelman prosecution is viewed by many as one of the gravest injustices of the modern era, a purely political prosecution initiated by the Gonzales Justice Department.
Forty four former state attorneys general were so concerned that they issued a public petition on Siegelman’s behalf in 2007. The petition to the United States House of Representatives urged prompt investigation of the many shady dealings in the Siegelman case, before, during and after his trial. They framed their petition in this simple sentence: “The U.S. justice system should be above reproach.” It wasn’t.
Posted in Censorship, Elections, Human Rights Civil Liberties, Prisons
Tagged courts, injustice, justice department, kagan, law, nomination, political prosecution, scrushy, siegelman, Supreme Court
By Rady Ananda
Last September, we reported “Pfizer slapped with $2.3 billion fine for illegally dealing drugs.” No one went to jail and Pfizer paid a tiny portion of its profits from illegally dealing Bextra from 2001 thru 2005. In 2005 alone, Pfizer made $1.7 billion on that drug. Now, CNN has revealed that the Department of Justice allowed Pfizer to set up a dummy corporation to take the rap, so that Pfizer could maintain its Medicare and Medicaid contracts.
On April 2nd, CNN reported, “when it came to prosecuting Pfizer for its fraudulent marketing, the pharmaceutical giant had a trump card: Just as the giant banks on Wall Street were deemed too big to fail, Pfizer was considered too big to nail.
Posted in Big Pharma, Bioweaponry, Whistleblowers, Women
Tagged becky mcclain, bioweapons, corpogov, corruption, dept of injustice, doj pfizer fraud, genetically engineered AIDS virus, injustice, Pfizer, pfizer $2.3 billion fine, wrongful termination
While we are all busily contemplating what happened to our civil rights, our liberties and our healthcare insurance, I thought it might be important to recognize and memorialize the kind of humanity and human spirit conspicuously and vacuously absent from American media today. That humanity and spirit was and is embodied in the memory of The Journalist, Gary Webb.
In his place we have the media issued to us by the same people who murdered the Kennedy brothers, Martin Luther King Jr and that brought us the production that was the destruction of the Twin Towers in New York City in 2001.
Posted in 4th Estate, Censorship, Human Rights Civil Liberties, NWO, Region: Latin America
Tagged blacklist, cia, CIA drug trafficking, conspiracy, Gary Webb, injustice, journalism, NWO, ocupational despair, suicidal depression