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Sunday, February 5, 2023

An American Hero is in Trouble

The following is my letter to AG Holder on behalf of Cele Castillo:

The Honorable Eric Holder
United States Attorney General
U.S. Department of Justice
950 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Washington, D.C. 20530-0001

Re: Prosecutorial Misconduct
USA vs. Celerino Castillo, III
SA: 08-CR-00193 (1) – WRF
No. 08- 51144 USA vs. CASTILLO

Dear Attorney General Holder:

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Barack Obama: Hillary Clinton lite?

Has Barack Obama abandoned the policies that made him different from former Democratic Party rival Hillary Rodham Clinton and turned into the very kind of politician he once campaigned against?

Could be. As the President continues to shift positions, his policies become more and more the policies of the status quo and not an agenda of change.

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No charges over interrogation memos

The Obama Justice Department will not charge the Bush Administration lawyers responsible for memos authorizing torture of prisoners but suggest instead the memo writers should face sanctions from their respective legal organizations.

The decision continues the White House’s reluctance to punish the previous administration for abuses of human rights and civil liberties.

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Bailed-out banks backed subprime lenders

Giant banks that received billions of dollars of taxpayer bailout funds financially backed the subprime lenders that brought down the economy and triggered the economic crisis that now grips America and the world.

Instead of being victims of a financial collapse, the banks actually created their own problems by promoting the risky mortgage market that plunged the nation into recession.

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Posturing on the Supremes

If you believe the Republicans, President Obama will announce a new Supreme Court nominee any day now.

The White House and fellow Democrats say no decision is near nor is any expected any time soon.

Such is the posturing that comes with Supreme Court nominees.

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