Holder and NSA Must Confess Guilt Before Clemency Talks

Attorney General Eric Holder & NSA poohbahs should be required to plead guilty before starting any clemency talks with Snowden.  Otherwise, how can Snowden know that the Obama administration is negotiating in good faith?

How many violations of federal law has the NSA committed since January 20, 2009?  How many NSA crimes has Eric Holder helped cover up since he took his oath of office?  Why should that not be considered obstruction of justice?

(The above photo is one of a series I took at the Snowden rally in DC in October; other photos from that event are available here.)


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5 Responses to Holder and NSA Must Confess Guilt Before Clemency Talks

  1. Ryan January 25, 2014 at 7:22 pm #

    Why only Obama and Holder? There are co-conspirators out there, Bush and Gonzales.

    Come to think of it, you would need a large gym to seat all of the defendants involved in this criminality.

  2. Jim January 25, 2014 at 8:10 pm #

    Large gym? I suspect we might need a soccer stadium to do justice.

  3. bob January 26, 2014 at 4:07 pm #

    Dang it Jim, I didn’t get any sleep last night and it was YOUR fault!

    I was up all night reading Public Policy Hooligan!

    Had a couple of questions. Will publicpolicyhooligan.com be up soon? Interesed in seeing the additional photos and articles. Also, some of the links to the articles in the book don’t work.

    Just curious what became of your brother and sister. How are they doing today?

    Also, will your book come out in paper? Do you think you will release it through Barnes and Noble for the Nook? (I have Nook but was able to read it on the Nook with a Kindle app.) Have you considered publishing it through smashwords.com?

    Any way, thanks for a great read.

    • Jim January 26, 2014 at 9:51 pm #

      Thanks, Bob – glad you got a kick out of the book. I much appreciate the feedback.

      I have done some whittling on the PPH website but need to get that up & live. Thanks for the nudge.

      I have not pushed through on Nook because it seemed like its market share was collapsing. But perhaps I should reconsider —

      Thanks for the recommendation on Smashwords – I have not seriously considered them but I probably should.

      If you want to post your two cents on the book on the Amazon PPH page, I’d be much obliged. My understanding is that even one or two sentences suffices to register a verdict.

      • bob January 26, 2014 at 11:14 pm #

        Ok 2cents up @ amazon

        I think putting signijg up with smashwords may include it with bn.com