Commander X & Swartz – Strange and Unexplainable Deaths at the Hands of the Secret Government – Dead Men Tell No Tales (2005)
Deadly Murder Schemes of the CIA, NewWorld Order and Other Members of the
Here are true accounts of the “deadly deeds” committedby the blood soaked hands of those with whom we are
supposed to place our loyalty, trust and utmost faith.Indeed, these accounts could be ripped from the pages
Sure we know all about the assassination of President
John F. Kennedy (many believe the CIA had a hand
in that public execution), but, at the same time, most
citizens may not realize that assassination is a popular
tool of those who work for the various “nameless”
out-of-control government sponsored agencies
and lone rogues who make up our very own…
MSNBC ^ | 11/15/2011 | By MIKE SCHNEIDER
Posted on Tuesday, November 15, 2011 1:43:13 PM by MizSterious
Retired prosecutor calls Casey Anthony attorney ‘smarmy’
In new book, he claims defense encouraged her not to cooperate with investigators
By MIKE SCHNEIDER
updated 11/15/2011 12:20:05 AM ET
ORLANDO, Fla. — A retired prosecutor from the Casey Anthony murder trial calls her lead attorney “smarmy” in a new book. He writes that even though the Florida mother acquitted of killing her 2-year-old daughter “may have deserved” the death penalty if convicted, he didn’t think a jury would ever agree to the punishment.
Jeff Ashton writes in Tuesday’s “Imperfect Justice: Prosecuting Casey Anthony,” that he would have been happier if the prosecution team left the death penalty off the table. He also confirmed that toward the end of the trial, Anthony’s attorneys tried to persuade the 25-year-old to accept a plea deal but she refused to listen.
A Tale of Two State-Sponsored Killings by William L. Anderson
A Tale of Two State-Sponsored Killings by William L. Anderson:
Before Brewer was to be killed, he declined to make a statement; Davis, about to die, calmly expressed one last time that he did not do what he was about to be killed for allegedly doing.
They were different men, different events, yet they are tied together and not just because they were executed on the same date in the same country.
Would Troy Davis have supported the execution of Lawrence Russell Brewer? Would Lawrence Russell Brewer have supported the execution of Troy Davis? I don’t know. What I do know is that when it comes to state-sponsored killings, all principles are discarded. People become what they have hated, and supposedly-principled people become the worst of hypocrites.
People who say they are “pro-life” try to justify executions in that same light. John Ashcroft, who lost his U.S. Senate election in 2000 to a dead man, had enraged black voters in his state of Missouri because he single-handedly denied the appointment of a black judge to the federal bench because Ashcroft claimed that the judge “was soft on the death penalty.”
“I think it was over there,” said Howe, an 81-year-old lifelong Owensboro resident and retired county coroner. “I used to pass it on the way to school. That’s what I was told. It was over there somewhere.”
The grave is anonymous and unmarked, like other places associated with Rainey Bethea‘s hanging Aug. 14, 1936. On the 75th anniversary of the execution, it is something some in Owensboro would like history to remember differently.
Bethea, a farmhand and sometime criminal, went to the gallows near the banks of the Ohio River before a throng of people estimated at as many as 20,000 strong. The execution drew national media coverage focused on a black man being executed by a white, female sheriff with the help of a professional hangman.
“It was not a carnival in the end,” insisted 85-year-old James Thompson, the son of then-sheriff Florence Thompson.
Still, Kentucky lawmakers cited the negative publicity surrounding Bethea’s hanging in ending public executions in the state in 1938. Kentucky was the last state to do so. Later, Gov. Albert B. “Happy” Chandler expressed regret at having approved the repeal, claiming, “Our streets are no longer safe.”
(Excerpt) Read more at twincities.com …
But with today’s sensational not-guilty verdict, the 25-year-old could be free as early as Thursday morning to begin the slow process of rebuilding her life – and cash in on her new-found celebrity status.
There is already speculation the compelling case could be turned into a movie, and she is likely to be inundated with lucrative television and book deals worth millions of dollars.
Speaking after the verdict he said: ‘The family hopes that they will be given the time by the media to reflect on this verdict and decide the best way to move forward privately.’
Although Casey smiled and broke into tears of delight as she learned she had escaped the death penalty, she is also likely to face the fear of attack from an angry public who were stunned by the jury’s decision.
She will also have to confront her family, which was torn apart after her defence team dramatically accused both her father and brother of sexually abusing her.
Countless chat shows will give her the opportunity of telling her story for the first time – an offer she seems likely to take up, after her defence team had to dissuade her from giving testimony at the trial.
And because she has been found not guilty, there is nothing to stop Anthony selling her story to the highest bidder.
(Excerpt) Read more at dailymail.co.uk …
I could write a book on the various absurdities of the report we submitted — e.g., a soulful plea for the rights of the transgendered and not a word on those of the unborn — but let me focus on one that has the potential to wreak havoc anew on the world’s economy: the call for “fairness and equality in housing.”"The recession in the United States,” the report insists, “was fueled largely by a housing crisis, which coincided with some discriminatory lending practices.” Those practices, the report strongly implies, resulted in a market where “fewer than half of African-American and Hispanic families own homes while three quarters of white families do.”"To prevent similar crises in the future,” the report continues in its smugly accusatory way, “the federal government has focused resources and efforts to determine whether and where discrimination took place, as well as to ensure greater oversight going forward.” As proof of the administration’s eagerness to solve the problem, the report cites its “major financial reform legislation.”I wish I were making this up, but our official 2010 UPR submission to the United Nation argues that discrimination against minorities in the housing market somehow caused the economic crisis and that the misbegotten Dodd-Frank act will somehow repair it. It is no wonder that the authors of this report oppose capital punishment.
Upon reading it, even Sister Helen Prejean would want them taken out and shot.While the Obama apparatchiks were busy compiling this report, I was busy writing a book — Popes and Bankers — on the real causes of the economic crisis. What they see as the solution I see as the cause, and I can prove my point.
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