Texas court to arraign Cheney, Gonzales

Texas court to arraign Cheney, Gonzales

There are 9 comments on the Baltimore Sun story from Nov 20, 2008, titled Texas court to arraign Cheney, Gonzales. In it, Baltimore Sun reports that:

A Texas judge has set an arraignment for Vice President Dick Cheney , former Attorney General Alberto R. Gonzales and other officials accused of involvement in prisoner abuse.

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stienster

Spijkenisse, Netherlands

#1 Nov 20, 2008
Why?- Is it a normal procedure to not issue arrest warrents for people under indictment?
Buck Naked

Glen Burnie, MD

#2 Nov 20, 2008
A waste of time, Bush will pardon them before he leaves office. I know Clinton did the same and I'm not criticizing it's just the fact.
Dave

Hyattsville, MD

#3 Nov 20, 2008
Let me explain something very simple. This county states attorney is a democrat (notice how I use low case because he and his office do not deserve any respect) and just threw their names into the indictiment because they are public officials and are at the top tier of the Federal Prison System. It is like in a civil case where an attorney will name a thousand people as the defendant to get access to money that one of the thousand have. Same old political BS story. Want to bet it goes no where? Sorry to disappoint you Bush and Cheney haters.
Scott from Middle River

Glen Burnie, MD

#4 Nov 20, 2008
What a waste of taxpayer $$$! That low-life state's attorney should be charged with submitting a frivolous lawsuit and abusing his position!
American Citizen

United States

#5 Nov 20, 2008
Buck Naked wrote:
A waste of time, Bush will pardon them before he leaves office. I know Clinton did the same and I'm not criticizing it's just the fact.
Agreed; This is why Bush and Chaney should be tried together.
RocketGirl

Simi Valley, CA

#6 Nov 20, 2008
This is a complete waste of taxpayer momey. Good. We want to further mess up the economy with acts of political theatre. SMASH THE STATE!!!!
RocketGirl

Simi Valley, CA

#7 Nov 20, 2008
ahdfhf
stienster

Spijkenisse, Netherlands

#8 Nov 20, 2008
Dave wrote:
Let me explain something very simple. This county states attorney is a democrat (notice how I use low case because he and his office do not deserve any respect) and just threw their names into the indictiment because they are public officials and are at the top tier of the Federal Prison System. It is like in a civil case where an attorney will name a thousand people as the defendant to get access to money that one of the thousand have. Same old political BS story. Want to bet it goes no where? Sorry to disappoint you Bush and Cheney haters.
Now why'd have to go and say that!? I was really hoping!
Scott

Parkville, MD

#9 Nov 21, 2008
stienster wrote:
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Now why'd have to go and say that!? I was really hoping!
When Guantanamo closes I'm hoping we send all the innocent people we were holding there to your Country.

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