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Janet Reno...WTF? AJ mentioned this crap, any other sources? « on: July 01, 2010, 06:24:42 pm » Janet Reno would curb press free.
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The proof is widespread. The most flagrant comes from repeated statements by
attorney Jack Thompson about Janet Reno's sexual depravity and alcoholism.
(more information posted to CTRL by Richard Sampson) He was on the cover of
February 1999 Media Bypass magazine and again repeated these statements. Also
in that article Miami police chief Ken Harms is quoted as saying;
"Janet Reno is not qualified to be even an Assistant State Attorney, let
alone the (Chief)State Attorney in Florida, or Attorney General of the United
States." Ken Harms was never called to testify.”
Jack Thompson states in Pat Shannan's February 1999 Media Bypass article;
"Jack Thompson goes further and publicly accuses Janet Reno of suppressing at
least five DUI arrests of her own in her home county. One female cop stopped
Reno's car after it was seen weaving down the road. The officer was shocked
to see that the
driver was none other than the icon of the court, Janet Reno, with her shoes
removed, stockings torn, and vomited food stains covering the front of her
"A Fort Lauderdale police officer found Janet Reno with an underage girl in
the back seat of a car at the Galleria Mall. He, also, was never called to
testify at the Senate hearings..."
As he often says, the Florida bar has never disbarred him (although he sued
them for one reason or another and won about $20,000) and Reno remains mute.
He publicly accuses her of the most serious charges and she does not sue him
for libel and slander?
Go to www.newsmax.com and put Janet Reno in the search engine and it will
return hundreds of articles. Reno was hand picked by Hilary and Bill exactly
because of her pedophilia. She obsequiously serves Bill and Hilary and is the
linchpin which has kept those two totally corrupted and nihilistic grifters
in the Whitehouse for seven years.
Larry Klayman said in a Worldnetdaily article by Stephen Archer;
"...I am appalled and sickened by the misconduct of the Justice Department
during the Clinton administration."
She is responsible for the Waco tragedy and FBI/ATF orchestrated mass murder.
She is one of the most repugnant and rapacious human beings I have ever come
across. Bill, Hilary and Reno has to be one of the most nefarious alliances
in American history.
Reno's litany of perfidy and covering Clintons ass whilst Attorney General is
well documented and is blatantly obvious to anybody but the incurably
Below is a Chris Ruddy article if you are interested.
Analysis: Janet Reno -- the Cornerstone of the Clinton Cover-ups
June 14, 1999
Miami -- In the middle of the Chinagate scandal maelstrom sits U.S. Attorney
General Janet Reno. Already several top lawmakers have called for her to
Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich said Reno has managed "probably the most
disgraceful Justice Department since the Teapot Dome scandal of 1923 when the
attorney general had to resign because of corruption."
Reno's efforts to cover-up for Chinagate, the Clinton's scandal du jour, are
legion. But one fact stands out above all others: Reno refused to authorize a
wiretap request in 1997, when the FBI wanted to monitor Los Alamos espionage
suspect Wen Ho Lee. According to Investor's Business Daily, this was the only
wiretap request she denied out of almost 2,700.
Even before the Chinese nuclear espionage allegations shook the political
landscape, Reno had been covering for the Clintons' special dealings with
China. Despite the FBI director's recommendation and the request of a Justice
Department official she appointed, Reno has steadfastly refused to appoint an
independent counsel to investigate whether Clinton sold America's most
sensitive nuclear and military secrets for campaign cash.
Actually, Janet Reno has been in the middle of every maelstrom involving the
Clintons since her appointment as Attorney General. From Waco to Travelgate
to Vince Foster's death to Whitewater obstruction to China-Lippogate, Reno
has done exactly what she was appointed to do. She has held the floodwaters
of justice from ever reaching the Clinton White House.
The truth is that Janet Reno was the most important appointment made to the
Clinton cabinet. Bill and Hillary Clinton, professional white-collar
criminals, knew that their attorney general would be critical to their hold
on the presidency. They also knew their choice for the Cabinet post would
come under close scrutiny by Senate Republicans.
Eventually they settled on Reno, a Harvard Law School graduate, who had
returned to her Miami, Florida home and become a local prosecutor before
being named by Governor Reubin Askew as Dade County State Attorney.
The Clintons' First Choice
The way history records it, Janet Reno was the accidental Attorney General, a
third choice who luckily got picked because of the unexpected failure of the
first two candidates. That history, as it turns out to be falsified one.
Janet Reno was no accident.
The real details about Reno's ascendancy were sketched out to me one
afternoon by a friend and one-time associate of Janet Reno. We met at a
restaurant in the bohemian enclave of Cocoanut Grove here in Miami -- once a
stomping ground for Reno.
Reno, her associate told me, was actually the first choice of the Clintons
because of her notable track record in Miami: during Reno's legal stewardship
of Miami it became a mecca for drug dealers, money launderers, corrupt
politicians and other hoodlums. It was during Reno's tenure here that the
city earned its well deserved nickname from a highly-rated television show
Last year, Miami became the center of controversy when a state court removed
the sitting mayor because of voter fraud. But, according to Reno's former
associate, voter fraud flourished while Reno served as Miami's chief law
Investigative reporters James Collier and Ken Collier detailed in the 1992
book Votescam how they uncovered pre-printed voter ballots in a warehouse
rented by a Miami political candidate. Following the advice of their editor,
they seized the evidence and took the illegal ballots to the State's
Attorney, Janet Reno. Incredibly, Reno had the journalists arrested, rather
than investigate how a candidate had pre-printed ballots in his possession.
As Reno's former associate noted, she was a perfect match for the Clintons
because she had a near-perfect record of not prosecuting white-collar
criminals or politicians. No one ever accused her of taking bribes or
conspiring with criminals, but she was frequently criticized by her political
opponents for her naiveté. It was alleged, too, that she was susceptible to
blackmail for personal indiscretions.
It was clear from Reno's tenure as Miami's figurative top cop that she liked
holding public office. She focused on safe issues that she cared about, such
as preventing child abuse, while drug dealing, money laundering, and
political corruption were rampant.
It is generally acknowledged that Hillary Clinton by covering for her husband
during the Gennifer Flowers flap had earned the right to name nominees to a
number of cabinet posts, including the Attorney General. Hillary Clinton,
whose brother had served as a legal aid attorney representing indigent
defendants, prosecuted by Reno's office, had firsthand information that Reno
was a patsy for the criminal element.
The Dade County state attorney shaped up as the ideal Clintonian candidate
for the post. She was a woman. She was ineffectual in dealing with organized
crime and white-collar criminals. She was a yes woman who would not expose
political corruption. She did not have the credentials associated with the
post of Attorney General and would owe the Clintons for the appointment.
According to Reno's former associate, the big problem with Reno was she
probably wouldn't pass the FBI background check and the almost certain Senate
confirmation process. So, the Clintons devised a brilliant plan to get their
nominee approved without an FBI inquiry and with no real Senate review.
First, Bill Clinton nominated Zoe Baird, a well-regarded attorney, for the
post. She seemed to be sailing through the process, when damaging information
from her FBI file was leaked that disclosed Baird had hired a housekeeper and
had not paid social security taxes.
Baird withdrew, and Clinton nominated New Your Judge Kimba Wood. Again FBI
file details were leaked to the press, and Wood too had not paid social
security taxes for her domestic help. She also withdrew.
The Clinton administration, renown for putting positive spin on damaging
information, made no effort to condemn the inappropriate leaks from Baird's
and Wood's FBI files. "Baird and Wood were pawns to be sacrificed," my
confidential source said.
However, with these nominees thrown overboard, the famed Clinton spin team
went into overdrive with the nomination of Janet Reno. It was suggested that
she was a tough, Eliot Ness-like prosecutor. After two failed nominations and
with the standoff with the David Koresh cult in Waco, Texas escalating into a
hot crisis, the White House press machine urged an immediate confirmation for
the vacant Attorney General post.
Incredibly, the Clintons pulled it off, getting Janet Reno to head the
Justice Department of the United States with virtually no vetting by the FBI,
Congress, or the press.
Their control of Justice became complete when Web Hubbell, described as the
president's best friend and an intimate of Hillary's from the Rose Law Firm,
was named as Associate Attorney General.
As such, Hubbell became the Clintons' point man and safety check at the
Justice Department. Hubbell, a white-collar criminal in the same mold as the
Clintons, would later plead guilty to tax and mail fraud charges.
Any pretense of an independent Justice Department disappeared when Reno's top
deputy, Philip Heymann resigned in 1994. He described her performance as
Attorney General as "amateur hour."
As they were with the Clintons, the press was too willing to overlook
horrendous mistakes, such as her decision to have the FBI storm the Koresh
compound in Waco, resulting in the deaths of everyone inside, including
children. Reno claimed she took the action because of solid evidence that
Koresh was abusing children. But, in fact, no written report provided to her
during the crisis indicated any children were being abused.
Frequently, the Clintons have pretended they really dislike Janet Reno,
depicting her as a mean, uncompromising, "bad cop." Yet she has served
continuously throughout both of Clinton's presidential terms, backing him at
every critical juncture.
Perhaps most telling was the experience of Independent Counsel Donald
Schmalz. He was appointed to investigate charges that Clinton-backer Don
Tyson had made illegal gifts to Agriculture Secretary Mike Espy.
In the course of his investigation, Schmalz uncovered evidence Bill Clinton,
when governor of Arkansas had received cash bribes from Tyson. One of Tyson's
airline pilots testified under oath that he had ferried bundles of cash for
Governor Clinton to Little Rock Airport, where Clinton's state trooper
bodyguards made the pickup.
Schmalz's evidence was strong and included testimony from one or more
troopers supporting the pilot's allegations. But Reno opposed his every move
to expand his jurisdiction. In 1997, Schmalz described to Peter Boyer of PBS
a remarkable showdown he had with Reno and six Justice officials over the
Schmalz told Boyer that until that point he had dismissed his wife's fears
his life was in jeopardy while investigating the Clintons. But when he saw
the control Clinton had over the Justice Department of the United States he
said he was truly shaken. His greatest fears, he said, were for the country.
Meanwhile, as she has her entire career, Janet Reno sits in an office where
she has sworn to see justice done and criminal activity prosecuted while
steadfastly violating that oath to protect Bill and Hillary Clinton.