They absolutely , positively , unequivocally and unconditionally<quoted text>I suggested to you to use a thesaurus. I see that didn't work out so well.
<quoted text>They were charged and paid the associated fine.
<quoted text>...which means they admitted to their wrongdoing.
You are starting to catch on.
<quoted text>It violated the Lacey Act. I see you did not bother to read the case affidavit and are just making assumptions.
<quoted text>You just explained how it was a use of the law, then said it was not a use of the law. Your confusion is getting the best of you again.
<quoted text>Hence, this whole investigation we are talking about.
<quoted text>...which means that Gibson was not fulfilling their legal responsibilities to understand national and international laws ... hence their wrongdoing and admission of wrongdoing.
<quoted text>...this is a right-wing propaganda website founded by the Koch Brothers, associated with the extremist right-wing "Tea Party."
<quoted text>Your delusions are acting up again, Aura.
<quoted text>So, you are saying that the Affordable Care Act is useless because some companies violate the Lacey Act?
<quoted text>...and to uphold laws that are in place to protect threatened species of plants. I know, I know, silly details ... always ruining your arguments.
<quoted text>Ah yes, a website of an organization ran by former G.W. Bush post appointees. In other words, yet another radical right-wing propaganda website.
<quoted text>So they find themselves the victims - how is this surprising?
Your infamous end-of-post rant of a new world order and Obama. You still have not worked in an evil army of laser-eyed rabbits. I'm starting to think you don't like my ideas, Aura.
never charged them . There also was no US law broken.
It says so in YOUR link to the case.
In light of Gibson’s acknowledgement of its conduct, its duties under the Lacey Act and its promised cooperation and remedial actions,
*the government will decline charging Gibson
criminally in connection with Gibson’s order, purchase or importation of ebony from Madagascar and ebony and rosewood from India, provided that Gibson fully carries out its obligations under the agreement, and commits no future violations of law, including Lacey Act violations.
Which it was and IS a miscarriage of justice.
On May 22, 2008, the U.S. Congress approved a new amendment to the Lacey Act, making the policy capable of combating both wildlife crime and illegal logging.
Do you define buying a piece of wood "logging?
Because if you do you're a fcking moron.
This law was designed to combat companies from buying timber rights and logging out them by cutting down acres of trees , thus destroying the rain forests.
You are freak Obama ahole licker and ignorant clown stfu and leave me alone.
Gibson conceded because to win , which he could have woulds have cost millions more dollars in legal fees. He agreed to find wood with a GOV stamp of approval. So as Katlin say's go pull the condom out your azz and foad.