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  1. says

    Go back a step, Ymar…..who is going to appoint the prosecutor?

    Of course…….our good buddy, the current AG of the United States, Eric Holder, Esq.

    What are the chances of said prosecutor being anything close to an unbiased public servant with genuine integrity…..?

    Yeah, you know the answer, and that means Holder will never have to worry about “enforcement”.

    We live in a banana republic, these days.

  2. SADIE says

    PLAN B:

    There was an independent counsel statute that ran from 1978 until 1999. Inspired by Watergate, it created a special prosecutor who would be appointed not by the attorney general but by a special panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit. The prosecutor had unlimited funds and no deadlines, and the statute was upheld by the Supreme Court in Morrison v. Olson in 1988 with only Justice Antonin Scalia dissenting that it represented a huge breach of the government’s balance of powers.

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