Saturday, October 08, 2005

He's Going Back for a Fourth Chat

Prosecutor Fitzgerald is bringing Turd Blossom back yet again. He was caught lying, apparently - surprising that. Turd's lawyer defends him saying "he hasn't received a 'target letter'", which is the document stating that you are going to be indicted and must appear before the grand jury. But that's a lawyer's trick - if you voluntarily agree to testify when asked, then you're not subpoenaed - and a target letter is only ever attached to your subpoena. So Rove's lawyer can say that to make things appear fine and dandy, but it's meaningless.

And Fitzgerald has said to Rove's attorney that he can not promise that Rove won't be indicted. That, apparently, the Prosecutor has to say to a witness who may be in trouble, upon asking that witness back to testify. Legal protections against self-incriminating statements kick in if the witness is not aware that they are potential targets of indictments, and their testimony may hurt their own case. Thus, the prosecutor must inform them up front that it's possible, and then everything is cool and the witness can blab away. So - he was warned. Thus - there is a big chance Mr. Blossom may be receiving some nasty legal documents in the mail.



Blogger United We Lay said...

No matter what you ask a liar, the answer is always the same.

12:22 AM, October 09, 2005  
Blogger Cranky Yankee said...

Wouldn't it be great if photoshop was like a voodoo doll?

9:57 AM, October 10, 2005  

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