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Let's see how many CEO's, CFO's... suddenly come back out of retirement.
originally posted by: chris_stibrany
the global justice system has always been corrupt, its now just totally corrupt so do your part and don't do anything ILLEGAL because you won't get a fair shake unless you are filthy rich and or have a lot of dirt on famous people.
a reply to: JinMI
They burried this
originally posted by: JinMI
a reply to: Bigburgh
Alison Julie Nathan
Unfortunately, no. Haven't been able to see ATS images in months.
Link to the SnB connection?
Born in Philadelphia, Nathan was raised in northwest suburban Philadelphia. While at university, Nathan studied philosophy and Japanese. Nathan earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1994 from Cornell University and then earned a Juris Doctor magna cum laude from Cornell Law School in 2000. At Cornell, she was a member of the Quill and Dagger society and editor-in-chief of the Cornell Law Review.
In a New York Times obituary of Judge Deborah Batts, Nathan remembered Batts as an inspiration. Nathan also wrote in a tribute to Justice John Paul Stevens that "When I review work from my law clerks, I will often leave a supportive note like the ones he left me and my co-clerks: 'Nice job. Just a few fly specks.'"
Quill and Dagger
Quill and Dagger is a senior honor society at Cornell University. It is often recognized as one of the most prominent societies of its type, along with Skull and Bones and Scroll and Key at Yale University. In 1929, The New York Times stated that election into Quill and Dagger and similar societies constituted "the highest non-scholastic honor within reach of undergraduates.
Founded on May 28, 1893, Quill and Dagger seeks to recognize exemplary undergraduates at Cornell University who have shown leadership, character, and dedication to service. The society has existed continually since its founding over a century ago and was one of the first of the Ivy League societies to open its membership to women.
During the 2004 presidential campaign season, she was John Kerry's Associate National Counsel on the Kerry-Edwards presidential campaign. From 2006 until 2008, Nathan served as a visiting associate professor of law at Fordham University School of Law. Nathan was also Fritz Alexander Fellow at the New York University School of Law from 2008 until 2009. Her academic focus was on "civil procedure and death penalty jurisprudence.
From 2009 until 2010, Nathan served as special assistant to the president and Associate White House Counsel in the Barack Obama administration. From 2010 until her appointment as a United States district judge, Nathan worked in the New York State Attorney General's Office as a special counsel to the state's Solicitor General, Barbara Underwood.
They certainly are trying. There's a few folks doing lots of good work getting the information public for those willing to absorb it.
So that's something.
As Bigburgh above noted, look at all the resignations and as I added, the promotions of the players. It's blatant corruption and they know it.