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J’accuse – Patrick Fitzgerald. You didn’t do your job either.

Michael Collins

You remember him, the supposedly squeaky clean U.S. Attorney who was going to get the slackers responsible for outing CIA agent Valerie Plame. Yeah, that guy.

He’s prosecuting the flamboyant former governor of Illinois right now, the still honorable and innocent Rod Blagojevich. The case is being tried in in the United States District Court in Chicago. You won’t believe the charges: 1) devising and participating in a scheme “to defraud the State of Illinois and the people of the State of Illinois of (his) honest services” and 2) offering a contract to the Chicago Tribune to dump some editorial writers critical of his administration.
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Reminder

* Bush Accused of Tyranny and Murder at Impeachment Hearing July 25, 2008
* The People, the Press, and the Case for Impeachment July 29, 2008
* The Prosecution of George W. Bush for Murder: An Interview with Vincent Bugliosi – Part 1 Aug. 8, 2008
* Bush, Manson, and the Media Blackout: An Interview with Vincent Bugliosi – Part 2 Aug. 12, 2008
* White Paper Justifying Iraq War Written Three Months Before Intel Report Arrived Aug. 25, 2008
* The Prosecution of George W. Bush for Murder by Vincent Bugliosi. A Review by Michael Collins * Murder Trumps Torture Says Bugliosi Apr. 9, 2009