Tuesday, July 25, 2017

Hilary Clinton

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Virginia Murderer
I wonder what her father would think about granting this killer clemency... Oh wait, he's dead by that killer's hand!

Back in August 2006, there was a massive manhunt going on in Richmond Virginia for an escaped convict who had murdered a security guard the day before. Sheriff Deputy Eric Sutphin was on duty and cornered the man near the Huckleberry Trail in Blacksburg. He was shot in the face and killed on the spot.

The killer, William Morva, was captured a few hours later, tried and sentenced to death on March 2008. Now, with death hanging over his shoulder and his date with the lethal injection right around the corner, he finds an unlikely supporter in Deputy Sutphin’s daughter, Rachel Sutphin.

Rachel, who is a staunch believer in the abolishment of the death penalty, deeming it inhumane, wrote an email to reporters to convey her stance.

“I am against the death penalty for religious and moral reasons… I have fought and will continue to fight for clemency for all death row inmates until Virginia declares the death penalty unconstitutional. I have sent my own letter to the Governor showing my support for clemency.”

William Morva’s lawyers have been trying to claim clemency for their client for years without any luck. They have argued that Morva suffers from “personality disorders”. They say that Morva had escaped custody because he believed his life was in danger. How that leads to two murders beggars belief.

Even UN human rights advocates have gotten into the act and asked the Governor of Virginia, Terry McAuliffe, to stop the execution. They have expressed reservations saying that Morva’s trial “did not meet fair trial safeguards.”

Facing pressure from many quarters, McAuliffe’s office is seriously considering granting Morva clemency. They say that the application is currently under review.

Interestingly the McAuliffe has stopped one execution before during his tenure. Earlier in April, in a contractual killing case, the accused was granted clemency. As a matter of fact, it is public record that the Democratic Governor himself is personally against the punishment.

On the other side of the fence, many public officials have advised the Governor to uphold the letter of the law. One person who does not want the killer to go free is Deputy Sutphin’s mother, Jeaneen Sutphin.

“I have no hatred for this creature who shot him execution-style. I just want justice for my son,” Jeaneen told reporters outside her house on Wednesday.

With the clock ticking and Morva’s execution scheduled today, it’s anybody’s guess what will happen!

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Comey Deleted
When will Trump start calling this guy "Shady James Comey"

Judicial Watch today announced it sent Acting FBI Director Andrew G. McCabe a warning letter concerning the FBI’s legal responsibility under the Federal Records Act (FRA) to recover records, including memos Comey subsequently leaked to the media, unlawfully removed from the Bureau by former Director James Comey. The June 14 letter from Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton states:

As you are well aware, former FBI Director James Comey gave sworn testimony last week before the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence. Among other things, Mr. Comey confirmed that, while in office, he created various memoranda regarding his meetings with President Trump. Mr. Comey also confirmed that, after his departure from the FBI, he provided at least some of these memoranda to a third party, Columbia Law School Professor Daniel Richman, for the purpose of leaking them to the press. Various media outlets now have reported that Professor Richman has provided these memoranda to the FBI. It is unclear whether he still retains copies of the memoranda.

I am writing to you on behalf of Judicial Watch, Inc., a not-for-profit educational organization that seeks to promote transparency, accountability, and integrity in government and fidelity to the rule of law. In furtherance of its public interest mission, Judicial Watch regularly requests access to the records of the FBI through the Freedom of Information Act and disseminates its findings to the public. In fact, on May 16, 2017, Judicial Watch submitted a FOIA request seeking these specific memoranda removed from the FBI by Mr. Comey. Judicial Watch also has pending FOIA lawsuits in which the memoranda may be at issue.

These memoranda were created by Mr. Comey while serving as FBI director, were written on his FBI laptop, and concerned official government business. As such, they indisputably are records subject to the Federal Records Act. 44 U.S.C. §§ 2101-18, 2901-09, 3101-07, and 3301-14. The fact that Mr. Comey removed these memoranda from the FBI upon his departure, apparently for the purpose of subsequently leaking them to the press, confirms the FBI’s failure to retain and properly manage its records in accordance with the Federal Records Act. Even if Mr. Comey no longer has possession of these particular memoranda, as he now claims, some or all of these memoranda may still be in possession of a third party, such as Professor Richman, and must be recovered. Mr. Comey’s removal of these memoranda also suggests that other records may have been removed by Mr. Comey and may remain in his possession or in the possession of others. If so, these records must be recovered by the FBI as well.

As you may be aware, the Federal Records Act imposes a direct responsibility on you to take steps to recover any records unlawfully removed from the FBI. Specifically, upon learning of “any actual, impending, or threatened unlawful removal, defacing, alteration, corruption, deletion, erasure, or other destruction of records in the custody of the agency,” you must notify the Archivist of the United States. 44 U.S.C. § 3106. Upon learning that records have been unlawfully removed from the FBI, you then are required to initiate action through the Attorney General for the recovery of records. Id.

In the event you fail to take these steps, you should be aware that Judicial Watch is authorized under the law to file a lawsuit in federal district court seeking that you be compelled to comply with the law. Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Kerry, 844 F.3d 952, 955 (D.C. Cir. 2016); Armstrong v. Bush, 924 F.2d 282,296 (D.C. Cir. 1991). Please advise us no later than June 26, 2017 if you intend to take the action required under the law. If we do not hear from you by that date, we will assume that you do not intend to take any action. Thank you for your attention to this matter.

“Mr. Comey took government records and the FBI and Justice Department are obligated to get them back,” added Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton.  “The former FBI director isn’t above the law and current leadership of the FBI should stop protecting him and take action.”

Judicial Watch is pursuing a lawsuit challenging the State Department’s failure to take any action to recover emails of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and other employees unlawfully removed from the agency seeks to force State Department compliance with the Federal Records Act (FRA).  Judicial Watch argues the State Department and FBI never bothered to do a full search for Hillary Clinton’s government emails. This is one of several of Judicial Watch’s FOIA lawsuits seeking government records and information about the non-government email system used by Clinton.

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Hillary Clinton spoke via video to the Laborers’ International Union and was visibly angry. Things got weird when she asked this question.

“Why aren’t I 50 points ahead?”

You know Hillary is angry when her eyes get real big and she starts getting really loud.

The former Secretary of State has a pretty calm public demeanor, but she looks to go a little off the handle bars in this video to the Laborers’ International Union of North America.

The entire Democratic Party is asking a similar question. They all thought that the former first lady would be up big right now. Even the people on the right thought that Hillary was a shoe-in to the White House.

Hillary’s lead has all but vanished in the general polls and in many battleground states. Trump has pulled ahead in Nevada, Florida, Ohio, North Carolina and making ground even in states like Pennsylvania.

No wonder Hillary is confused. Her lead has evaporated and the millions and millions she is spending to trash Trump on TV isn’t working.

To win this, she is going to have to get out in front of the people and show the same effort that Trump is showing.

Trump has not always said the best things, but he is trying. He campaigns at huge rallies and shakes hands. The former Secretary of State speaks at small fundraisers and is taking time off because of pneumonia.

Hillary is becoming frantic and her eyes in the above video show it, but just think, we are still over 45 days away from the election. If Trump takes the lead outright, Hillary and her team are going to freak out, but by then it will be too late.


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