This is George Bush’s accountability moment. That’s why I’m here. The mainstream media aren’t holding him accountable. Neither is Congress. So I’m not leaving Crawford until he’s held accountable. - Cindy Sheehan

There are things worth fighting for. And there are even some worth dying for. But Iraq is not one of them. - James Moore

      
Marriage is love.

Monday, August 08, 2005

WTF??? From Conspiracy Central. But we can dream, can't we?

With the news that old Skull and Crossbones crony (conflict? what conflict?) may be appointed to take over as Patrick Fitzgerald's boss, my hope that we will see any meaningful calls to accounting is fading fast.

The news from Conspiracy Central is more to my liking. If BushCo can live in an alternate reality, why can't I? At least I am not killing anyone. Bush can do that with his eyes closed, one arm tied behind his back, hiding from Cindy Sheehan, on vacation. It is really hard work, but he makes it look easy.

http://www.arcticbeacon.citymaker.com
articles/article/1518131/31163.htm

Prominent Chicago Judicial Watch Dog Claims U.S. Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens In Chicago To Mediate Resolution Concerning Grand Jury Indictments Against Bush And Other High-Level Officials
Sherman Skolnick, the long time 'judge buster' and advocate for judicial honesty, claims Newsweek story will hit news stands Monday, claiming Bush will fire Special Prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald. Skolnick also contends Bush has been given two options: either resign or stop the grand jury.
August 7, 2005

By Greg Szymanski


Sherman Skolnick, a long time Chicago ‘judge buster’ with a 40 year history of investigating judicial criminality, today confirmed his sources claim U.S. Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens is in Chicago looking for a way to “prevent a national catastrophe” by mediating the dilemma caused by the recent grand jury indictments against President Bush and other high-level officials.


Skolnick claims a ‘true bill’ has been voted by the grand jury, indicting Bush and others for perjury and obstruction of justice, as well as naming U.S. Supreme Antonin Scalia and William Rehnquist as un-indicted co-conspirators.


Skolnick adds the indictments have been suppressed from the public due to the sensitivity of issues involved, similar to way indictments against Richard Nixon were suppressed during Watergate.


Speaking from his Chicago home, Skolnick said Justice Stevens is in town for a speech but also arrived to try and work out a deal in the country’s best interests, considering the gravity and sensitivity of a sitting President being indicted.


“Stevens is in town to try an arbitrate a solution,” said Skolnick, who has known him since the early 1960’s when Stevens served as special counsel to an investigating commission into one the biggest judicial bribery scandals in U.S. history based in large part on Skolnick’s investigative work.


In the 60s bribery scandal, Skolnick provided crucial testimony substantiating bribery charges against the Illinois Supreme Court, catapulting Skolnick to national prominence as a judicial watchdog and Stevens eventually to the U.S. Supreme Court.


According to Skolnick’s sources, Bush has been given two distinct choices in the wake of the impending release of the indictments suppressed from public view, either to resign or stop the grand jury process, his sources telling him that Bush said ‘if he takes the fall for this, he’ll cause a financial disaster in the process.”


Skolnick also said Newsweek went to press Saturday at 6pm with a story to hit news stands Monday that Bush plans to fire the zealous Chicago Special Prosecutor, Patrick Fitzgerald, for allowing the investigation that started in 2003 looking into the Valerie Plame-CIA leak, to spill over into more damaging issues involving Bush and others, including the 2000 Presidential elections, the war and Iraq and even the administration’s handling of 9/11.


Recently on his website www.skolnicksreport.com and www.cloakanddagger.de he posted an article titled "Bush and Co. Face Prosecution," where he gave a detailed look at the recent grand jury proceedings going on in Chicago and indictments handed down against Bush.


"One or more of the grand juries have concluded their probe and have voted True Bills, Federal Criminal indictments, against George W. Bush, Richard Cheney, "Scooter" Libby, Condoleeza Rice, and Theodore B. Olson; and several media people not previously mentioned in the monopoly press as implicated," wrote Skolnick.


"Shown also as un-indicted co-conspirators are two Judges on the U.S. Supreme Court, William Rehnquist and Antonin Scalia, who are among the "Gang of Five" also in Bush versus Gore. Because of the horrendous consequences involved, the indictments are suppressed and there may be an extended delay until they appear on the Chicago Federal Court open records.


Also, last week investigative reporter Tom Flocco reported that Fitzgerald's grand jury voted out "true bills" or federal criminal indictments against President Bush, Vice-President Cheney, Attorney General Alberto Gonzalez, former Attorney General John Ashcroft, former CIA Director George Tenet, Presidential Senior Advisor Karl Rove, Presidential Chief of Staff Andrew Card, Vice-Presidential Chief of Staff I. "Scooter" Libby, imprisoned New York Times reporter Judith Miller and Vice-Presidential Senior Advisor Mary Matalin.


However, the U.S. Attorney's office in Chicago, through its media spokesman, Randall Sanborn, refused comment on any aspect of the grand jury proceedings, but high-level and credible legal observers claim suppression of grand jury indictments is not unusual, especially when dealing with matters concerning the national interest such as the Nixon indictments during Watergate and now Bush.


Although Flocco is taking considerable heat for running the story and today retracted a follow-up story adding more details about Bush’s alleged response to hearing about the indictments, Skolnick is standing by the facts behind his own version of the indictments, saying he was unaware of Flocco’s situation.


"I expected to be a called a liar on this one for sometime after my story appeared, but the truth will come out," said Skolnick after his original story on Friday appeared.


Independent of the grand jury investigation, Skolnick has privately been investigating for the last five years the illegal nature of the U.S. Supreme Court's 2000 certification of Bush as President .


In his most recent article, he wrote:


"For several years we have been researching and investigating bribery and other malign influences used to procure from a Five-Judge majority of the U.S. Supreme Court the arbitrary and corrupt ruling, December, 2000, installing by way of the case of Bush versus Gore, a fictitious president into the Oval Office.


"A tiny portion of our investigation of the High Court corruption, without mentioning us at all by name, became the subject of a lengthy story in Vanity Fair Magazine, October, 2004 issue. Following this was a forty minute segment about this on the Terri Gross Show on National Public Radio.


"Risking their future career, some of the law clerks of the Dissenting four judges in Bush versus Gore reportedly stole private secret records of the “Infamous Five” showing the malign influence worked on the Judges in installing Bush. Instead of investigating the five High Court Judicial criminals, Homeland Security and the FBI have been threatening and inflicting harm on the dissenting four High Court Judges and their brave law clerks."


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Greg Szymanski

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