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POLITICS: Bush Staffer Impersonates Secret Service Agent

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posted on Apr, 11 2005 @ 09:57 PM
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Look at this interview with the people that were escorted out, their personal account lends credence to the tight control and tatics the current administration will use to avoid dissent and debate. Even if there is not a concerted effort , there is atleast collusion with low level staffers and the uniformed police forces.

farmer-ted.com...




posted on Jul, 29 2005 @ 06:13 PM
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UPDATE
www.usatoday.com...



Federal prosecutors will not file charges against a man who removed three people from a President Bush appearance earlier this year after they arrived in a car with a bumper sticker reading "No More Blood for Oil," officials said Friday.

The Secret Service, which had been investigating to determine whether the man impersonated a Secret Service officer, recently turned over its report to prosecutors.

U.S. Attorney William Leone said there was not enough evidence to prosecute the man. "Criminal law is not an appropriate tool to resolve this dispute," he said. "The normal give and take of the political system is the appropriate venue for a resolution."


So, the message here is, you can get away with impersonating a federal agent, as long as you're a Republican staffer.

This is outrageous. The man should be identified, and criminal charges brought. His position is all the more reason he should be held accountable for his actions. If a layperson did this they would be have the book dropped on them, and could be facing down decades in prison. The charges are no joke, in fact they're quite severe. But because he was a Republican staffer, the charges disappear, and he keeps on truckin'.

While I can't say I'm surprised, I'm very dissapointed.



 
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