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Investigate Pirro, Not the Whistleblower

Posted by libhom Thursday, September 28, 2006

The Bush regime is far from alone in its spying controversies. Like the GOP's leader occupying the White House, Jeanine Pirro's New York Attorney General Campaign has been hurt by revelations that she discussed with former New York City Police Commissioner Bernard Kerik wiretapping her husband's conversations.

Pirro is trying to deflect attention from the real issues by demanding an investigation of the whistleblower.

Pirro even had the nerve to demand a Special Prosecutor investigate the whistleblowing, instead of where a Special Prosecutor should be investigating: who in this highly partisan, Republican US Justice Department may have committed obstruction of justice by covering up the evidence of the Pirro-Kerik meeting. Pirro's behavior is disturbingly similar to that of Attorney General Alberto Gonzalez, who has threatened to prosecute newspapers that publish information about crimes committed by the Bush regime.

Ms. Pirro herself should be the subject of an immediate criminal investigation to determine if she followed through on wiretapping her spouse's conversations. Her denials are not sufficient to eliminate the need for such a probe. The inquiry must also determine whether or not her meeting with Kerik violated any laws.

Jeanine Pirro should not be treated as above the law merely because she is a Republican. This GOP obsession with wiretapping has to stop.

1 Responses to Investigate Pirro, Not the Whistleblower

  1. Anonymous Says:
  2. Power to you. Well, I think
    in a democracy you can believe
    want you want and well, even if homosexuality were a choice, you'd still be free to choose your lifestyle.

    Cheers from a Canadian hetero.

     

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