Justice Dept. wants ex-Sen. Stevens' conviction tossed
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#2 Apr 2, 2009
It is in the interest of justice to let him off the hook, Obama's new administration is fill of new of appointees guilty of similar offenses. That crook from Alaska would fit right in.
Check the new Urban Czar, Carrion from the Bronx, has documented instances of pay to play corruption that go back years. Holder himself was point man for the Clinton pardon scandals. Crooks everywhere can breath a sigh of relief. The government vaults are wide open.
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