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Re: “'Honeytrapper' Arrested on Drug Charges

CORRECTIONS TO THE SHORT LIST OF CORRUPT AUTHORITIES I POSTED: Senator Ted Stevens,of Alaska (not Arkansas), was exonerated of the charges that had been made against him, and his conviction was dismissed because of the severely dishonest behavior of some of the people who prosecuted him.

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Posted by rareusedbooks on 02/19/2011 at 9:07 PM

Re: “'Honeytrapper' Arrested on Drug Charges

Please read the comments here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/jdyf333/51836…
for further information about drugs and laws...

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Posted by rareusedbooks on 02/18/2011 at 10:47 PM

Re: “'Honeytrapper' Arrested on Drug Charges

Richard Wayne Parker, BNE, 649 lb. coke theft, Riverside, CA., (assisted by 2 CHP guys) 1997

Joshua Wendell Blackburn, CHP, 140 lb. coke theft, Santa Ana, CA., 2007

Cary Kent, BPD, evidence theft (286 envelopes opened) and possession of heroin and methamphetamine, Berkeley, CA., 2006

Guillermo "Memo" Robles, former BPD narcotics officer, drunk driving and vehicular manslaughter, Berkeley, CA., 2007

Michael William Meyrick, DEA, (supervising officer of the San Jose, CA. DEA office) 2 counts of prowling ("peeping tom") and one count of resisting arrest, San Jose, CA., 1996

Clifford T. Shibata., DEA (a supervisor with 25 years of service) mail fraud, theft of $178,000 from the San Francisco DEA office undercover drug purchase fund, and false statements, San Francisco, CA., 1997

Michael Sullivan, Coast Guard Pacific area chief of response who supervised the operation of 20 Coast Guard cutters and was the Coast Guard's liaison to the U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff at the Pentagon, possession of cocaine and obstruction of justice, California, 2008

Kyle Foggo, CIA (former Executive Director of the CIA and the No. 3 position at the agency) fraud (27 additional charges including money laundering and conspiracy were dismissed in exchange for his guilty plea), 2008

Bernard Kerik, former New York City police Commissioner (the top law enforce post in New York) 8 felonies, including tax fraud and lying to the White House when he was a candidate for Director of Homeland Security, New York, 2007

Tom Bates, Mayor of Berkeley, Ca., arrested and convicted of theft, Berkeley, CA. 2002

Alex Fagan, former San Francisco police chief, was placed in handcuffs because he was behaving violently and his son, a former San Francisco police officer, was arrested for attacking a security guard and threatening police officers, Scottsdale, Arizona, 2004

John Cunningham, former Richmond, CA. police officer, was sentenced to 16 years in prison for sexually abusing and beating his son, Richmond, CA. 2003

Michael Gressett, former Contra Costa County, CA. Deputy District Attorney (who was a sex crimes prosecutor), arrested for rape, Martinez, CA., 2008

Rene De La Cova, DEA, convicted of stealing $700,000, Miami, Florida 1994 (De La Cova was the DEA supervisor who arrested Panamanian leader Manuel Noriega in 1990)

Louis Eppolito and Stephen Caracappa, highly decorated New York City Police detectives who became mafia hit-men, arrested in 2005 for committing 8 murders

Webster Hubbell, Associate Attorney General of the United States, pleaded guilty to mail fraud and tax evasion and was sentenced to 21 months in prison in 1995

Robert Bernard Anderson, former United States Secretary of the Treasury, pleaded guilty to tax evasion, 1987

Caspar Weinberger, United States Secretary of Defense, indicted in the Iran/Contra scandal in 1986 (but pardoned before trial by President George Bush)

Henry Cisneros, U.S. Secretary of Housing, pleaded guilty to a charge of lying to the FBI, 1999

John Fife Symington, Governor of Arizona, convicted of fraud, 1997

James Guy Tucker, Governor of Arkansas, convicted of fraud conspiracy, 1996

Edwin Edwards, Governor of Louisiana, convicted of extortion, 2000

John G. Rowland, Governor of Connecticut, convicted of conspiracy to commit mail fraud and tax fraud, 2004

Don Siegelman, Governor of Alabama, convicted of bribery, mail fraud and obstruction of justice, 2006

Rod Blagojevich, Governor of Illinois, arrested for conspiracy to commit mail and wire fraud and influence-peddling, Chicago Illinois, 2008

Eliot Spitzer, Governor of New York, resigned after he admitted paying to have sex with a prostitute ("I have acted in a way that violates my obligations to my family and violates my, or any, sense of right and wrong," Spitzer said at a news conference.) 2008

Senator Ted Stevens of Arkansas, convicted on 7 counts of bribery and tax evasion, 2008

Jim Traficant, U.S. Congressman from Ohio, convicted on 10 counts of financial corruption and sentenced to 8 years in prison, 2002

Walter R. Tucker III, U.S. Congressman from California, convicted on charges of extortion and income tax fraud and sentenced to 27 months in prison, 1996

Dan Rostenkowski, U.S. Congressman from Illinois, convicted of embezzlement and sentenced to 18 months in prison, 1995

Joe Kolter, U.S. Congressman from Pennsylvania, convicted of conspiracy to commit embezzlement and sentenced to 6 months in prison, 1995

(To name but a very few...)

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Posted by rareusedbooks on 02/18/2011 at 9:58 PM

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