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Indictments against Cheney, Gonzales dismissed

December 2nd, 2008 . by TexasFred

Indictments against Cheney, Gonzales dismissed

RAYMONDVILLE, Texas (AP) — A judge dismissed indictments against Vice President Dick Cheney and former Attorney General Alberto Gonzales and told the south Texas prosecutor who brought the case to exercise caution as his term in office ends.

Willacy County District Attorney Juan Angel Guerra had accused Cheney and the other defendants of responsibility for prisoner abuse. The judge’s order on Monday ended two weeks of sometimes-bizarre court proceedings.

Guerra is leaving office at the end of the month after soundly losing in his March primary election.

“I suggest on behalf of the law that you not present any cases to the grand jury involving these defendants,” Administrative Judge Manuel Banales said in court while ruling that eight indictments against Cheney, Gonzales and others were invalid.

He also set a Dec. 10 hearing on whether to disqualify Guerra from those cases.

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Let me take a minute to just say, Willacy County D.A. Juan Angel Guerra is nothing more than a libber hack that got elected by pandering to his fellow libbers in Willacy County, the voting Mexican-Americans of Willacy County.

Texas counties that border with Mexico are overwhelmingly Democratic and liberal, and there is a huge number of Mexican-American voters. Many of them are very questionable in their legal status, but the question of their legality is roundly ignored, mostly because their immediate family members are well placed in County government.

Juan Angel Guerra is as crazy as a bug. The guy is on his way out of office and is looking to write a legacy that doesn’t point out his failings. Done so by going after members of the Bush administration for *crimes* that he believes them to be guilty of.

I posted this story on Nov. 18th, Cheney, former attorney general, state senator indicted and I said then, “Indictment does not necessarily equate to conviction.”, it appears that I was even more correct than I thought. Indictment didn’t even go to trial.

The indictment against Cheney alleged that his personal investment in the Vanguard Group, which invests in private prison companies, made him culpable in alleged prisoner abuse at privately run federal detention centers.

There may well come a time when Bush, Cheney and a few others ARE indicted and taken to trial, but this was nothing more than a *made up* round of BS , brought on by a desperate libber D.A. that is facing the reality of having to get a REAL job now. He wanted to ride this indictment into some kind of notoriety I am thinking.

I look for many more attempts at indictment to be made against Bush and Company after they leave office. The loony left is intent on making allegations of *war crimes*. They may make those charges stick, but I doubt it. George W. Bush may very well be the worst POTUS to hold the office but even I don’t think he is guilty of *war crimes*.

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