Attorney General King answers critics...

Attorney General King answers critics who charge he's soft on corruption

There are 7 comments on the Carlsbad Current-Argus story from Jun 24, 2011, titled Attorney General King answers critics who charge he's soft on corruption. In it, Carlsbad Current-Argus reports that:

State Attorney General Gary King, reacting to critics who claim he is slow and soft on corruption cases, said Friday he has been diligent and ethical every step of the way.

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Crap

Mayhill, NM

#1 Jun 25, 2011
What can you say when our State is known for it's corruption as well as it is then the AG's office is a do nothing, take you'r money bunch of politican's - fit right in with the bunch you should be throwing in jail, let's see Geneva, Israel and Mexico sounds a lot like Obama/Richardson running all over the world on tax payers money - time to go - waisted money, like it or not King you are not doing you'r job !

“US Navy”

Since: Jan 10

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#2 Jun 25, 2011
I think senility is setting in for King.
Mike8

Albuquerque, NM

#3 Jun 25, 2011
CornDogz wrote:
I think senility is setting in for King.
I think obstinance is setting in for CornDunce.
Anne

Albuquerque, NM

#4 Jun 27, 2011
"But the corruption charges against Vigil-Giron and others are a different challenge. The defendants are smart, the evidence a forensic jigsaw puzzle and the defense lawyers formidable adversaries."
This is King-Speak for we don't have a case and never did. Formidable adversaries? The Attorney General is up against 4 lawyers in that case, one for each defendant, each juggling dozens of other cases. King's prosecutors work on the 3 corruption cases full time. At their disposal they have the resources of the agency to draw on, especially the unit of highly trained specialists he created just for these cases, at a cost of millions of dollars. That includes investigators, forensic experts, computer experts, support staff, supervisors and attorneys. King has 160 people on his payroll, the largest law firm in the state.
The real challenge is how he could not defend to a judge why he included a former employee supervisor that worked for him. Imagine being prosecuted by the people you had once fired or disciplined.
Ego and fear of being exposed for this led King to hang onto this case for so long, he has caused speedy trial issues.
Al Lima

Albuquerque, NM

#5 Jun 27, 2011
90 minutes, are you kidding me?! That is the most time King has spent at the office in 5 years.
I mean wow, he has had 9 trips to Europe already as reported in the other article.

“US Navy”

Since: Jan 10

Location hidden

#6 Jun 27, 2011
Kings political career is over, done, he's toast, stick a fork in him! And did I mention as our AG, he doesn't understand right from wrong by signing someone elses name to legal documents?
Indagila

United States

#7 Jun 29, 2011
King may have been ranch raised, but he has become very comfortable with the urban lice that have invaded the west. He is a go along get along kind of guy, still protecting his partisan cronies, in the shadow of Bill Richardson. Unfortunatly our new Governor, dispite her promise of being a corruption fighter hasn't the spine to stand on Gary's head and make him perform. Looks like we get more of the same here in the land of entrapment folks.

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