US prosecutors dismiss charges in Vt....

US prosecutors dismiss charges in Vt. lesbian case

There are 8 comments on the OregonLive.com story from Nov 4, 2011, titled US prosecutors dismiss charges in Vt. lesbian case. In it, OregonLive.com reports that:

Federal prosecutors have worked out a deal with an American missionary in Nicaragua that may help them find a woman who fled the country in a custody dispute with her former lesbian partner, court documents show.

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“Together for 24, legal for 5”

Since: Sep 07

Littleton, NH

#1 Nov 4, 2011
So let me get this right: Mr. Miller has been granted complete freedom from prosecution and had his passport returned, having been involved in an international abduction of a 8-year old child. And in return for this freedom, he has agreed to testify about said international abduction if and when Lisa Miller--still on the lam in Nicaragua--returns to the United States to face trial. If, of course, Mr. Miller is still in the United States at that time.

I'd say there's something rotten in the prosecutors office.

“WOOF !”

Since: Jul 11

Libertarian

#2 Nov 4, 2011
nhjeff wrote:
So let me get this right: Mr. Miller has been granted complete freedom from prosecution and had his passport returned, having been involved in an international abduction of a 8-year old child. And in return for this freedom, he has agreed to testify about said international abduction if and when Lisa Miller--still on the lam in Nicaragua--returns to the United States to face trial. If, of course, Mr. Miller is still in the United States at that time.
I'd say there's something rotten in the prosecutors office.
"CHANGE you can believe in !:)"

Run, Obammy, Run !

:)

“Together for 24, legal for 5”

Since: Sep 07

Littleton, NH

#3 Nov 4, 2011
Fred ABQ wrote:
<quoted text>
"CHANGE you can believe in !:)"
Run, Obammy, Run !
:)
To be honest, I was never that optimistic (or pessimistic) about the speed and degree of change that was promised. The system is designed to make change--both good and bad--tortuously slow. I do know that the actions reflect prejudices that have been in place in government since long before Obama was born. It is still politically expedient to succumb to religious fanaticism, while the cost of screwing the gay community remains low.

“WOOF !”

Since: Jul 11

Libertarian

#4 Nov 4, 2011
nhjeff wrote:
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To be honest, I was never that optimistic (or pessimistic) about the speed and degree of change that was promised. The system is designed to make change--both good and bad--tortuously slow. I do know that the actions reflect prejudices that have been in place in government since long before Obama was born. It is still politically expedient to succumb to religious fanaticism, while the cost of screwing the gay community remains low.
Oh, I don't know. Ronald Reagan seemed to turn things aroundw (with a Democratic House) pretty quiclky and rescue the country from that buffoon that preceeded him. I forgot his name but he was a real loser. I think he went on to become Mayor of Detroit (ANOTHER Loser). They're in the proces of levelling a lot of Detroit now.

“Together for 24, legal for 5”

Since: Sep 07

Littleton, NH

#5 Nov 4, 2011
Fred ABQ wrote:
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Oh, I don't know. Ronald Reagan seemed to turn things aroundw (with a Democratic House) pretty quiclky and rescue the country from that buffoon that preceeded him. I forgot his name but he was a real loser. I think he went on to become Mayor of Detroit (ANOTHER Loser). They're in the proces of levelling a lot of Detroit now.
We should return to the tax rates that prevailed under most of Reagan's term in office: highest rate of 40% and no special treatment of capital gains.
Herman Walking Cane

Philadelphia, PA

#6 Nov 4, 2011
He has ratted out her last known location in exchange for immunity. Pretty standard.

It's only a matter of time before they get her. Defying the Supreme Courts of two different states is a pretty serious thing.
Herman Walking Cane

Philadelphia, PA

#7 Nov 4, 2011
nhjeff wrote:
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We should return to the tax rates that prevailed under most of Reagan's term in office: highest rate of 40% and no special treatment of capital gains.
I wounder about people who engage in direct conversation with known pedophile racists.

What's your opinion about such people who do that?
Leo

Brookneal, VA

#8 Nov 8, 2011
You have heard about opinions haven't you?

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