This series of the Government Gangster Chronicles: Gang Rape Justice
Part Four: We Have Our Ways.
Lee Roderick is a past president of the National Press Club. In 1984 while vacationing in Europe with his wife, he encountered an IRS agent who was pursuing Americans overseas. While the agent was gloating about his successes talk eventually turned to Congressman George Hansen. This is the conversation:
Government Gangster (IRS Agent): We’ll get him [Hansen].
Government Gangster (IRS Agent): We have our ways.
No one can deny that the villains, hoods and gangsters that fill the ranks of American government indeed have their ways. Previous editions of the Government Gangster Chronicles revealed how investigations that don’t result in any charges can still ruin lives, ruin reputations, and drive their targets into bankruptcy. If you are part of the government mob culture the government gangsters might use the power of their office to protect you. Consider how the cold-blooded murderers of federal inmate Kenneth Trentadue roam free.
Many “Justice Department” thugs leave government so they can be employed at any of the numerous high-priced skunk firms where they can charge outrageously obscene legal fees. Attorney General Eric Holder made $2.5 million in one year at the Covington Law Firm when he temporarily left the “Justice Department” during the eight years that Bush was president.
James Cole, the attorney who worked in the “Public Integrity Division,” earned his way into a high-price Washington DC firm after he demonstrated his legal prowess by railroading Congressman George Hansen to prison. Now he’s back at the “Justice Department” as U.S. Associate Attorney General.
What we have is a swing shift operation: while working for government the gangsters prowl for victims; then, when greed overcomes their lust for power, the villains flock to skunk firms where they command outrageous legal fees.
In past series of Gangster Government Chronicles we described some of the flagrantly outrageous crimes government thugs have gotten away with. Perhaps someday the Chronicles will be expanded into a more comprehensive anthology.
Boston attorney Harvey Silverglate has written an incisive and chilling account of the methods that prosecutors (predators) use to railroad innocent victims to prison. His book, Three Felonies A Day: How the Feds Target The Innocent, should be required reading for every American citizen.
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