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*******www.zennie62**** -- Attorney General Eric Holder is right! Twittering about race causes cancer as toxins build. Best to have a diverse group of friends to talk to, and only a coward would be afraid to have friends of different backgrounds! Distributed by Tubemogul.
21 Feb 2009
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US Attorney General Eric Holder: Ending Medical Marijuana Raids now US Policy. United States medical marijuana legalization decriminalization DEA Eric Holder Barack Obama campaign promise
28 Feb 2009
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21 Nov 2009
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Attorney General Eric Holder answers tough questions about his policies on National Security.
17 Apr 2010
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Bruce Fein: Holder lacks the necessary credibility, independence, and understanding of the constitution
25 Nov 2008
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Read my blog! *******www.politico****/KOTECKI Ted Stevens is out, Eric Holder could be AG, and Mitt Romney strikes a blow for the common man.
20 Nov 2008
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Physicians for Human Rights (PHR) has issued a call for a criminal probe in the wake of a major New York Times story by James Risen with new evidence that the Bush Administration impeded at least three federal investigations into alleged war crimes in Afghanistan in 2002. ("U.S. Inaction Seen After Taliban P.O.W.s Died" - NYTimes**** *******bit.ly/wHwpc) PHR is calling for the Department of Justice to investigate why the Bush Administration impeded an FBI criminal probe of the alleged Dasht-e-Leili massacre. According to US government documents obtained by PHR, as many as 2,000 surrendered Taliban fighters were reportedly suffocated in container trucks by Afghan forces operating jointly with the US in November 2001. The bodies were reportedly buried in mass graves in the Dasht-e-Leili desert near Sheberghan, Afghanistan. Notorious Afghan warlord General Abdul Rashid Dostum, who was reportedly on the CIA payroll, is allegedly responsible for the massacre. This video, detailing nearly eight years of advocacy and investigation by Physicians for Human Rights, explores the events surrounding the massacre and subsequent cover-up. Featuring Physicians for Human Rights' CEO Frank Donaghue, Campaign Against Torture Director Nathaniel Raymond, and Deputy Director Susannah Sirkin. Written, directed, and narrated by Jared Voss. For more information and to sign our petition calling for Attorney General Eric Holder to let the FBI do its job, visit *******AfghanMassGrave****.
15 Jul 2009
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Hon. James David Manning, PhD speaks about Eric Holder, Bill O'Reilly, Brian Ross, Leon Panetta. This message comes from The Manning Report on Thursday, 27 August 2009. Follow us on twitter at *******www.twitter****/atlahworldwide Go to *******www.atlah**** for more information. Distributed by Tubemogul.
30 Aug 2009
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22 May 2010
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“Mademoiselle Chambon” är regisserad av Stéphane Brizé (Inte här för att bli älskad) och bygger på en roman av Eric Holder. Jean spenderar sitt liv tillsammans med sin älskade hustru och son, och delar tiden lika mellan arbetet och hemmet. Ett liv han trivs med, till den dag han ska hämta upp Kevin från skolan och snubblar in i Mademoiselle Chambon, sonens lärarinna. Hon liknar ingen kvinna han tidigare träffat och Jeans välorganiserade liv ställs på sin spets.
23 Jul 2010
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“Mademoiselle Chambon” är regisserad av Stéphane Brizé (Inte här för att bli älskad) och bygger på en roman av Eric Holder. Jean spenderar sitt liv tillsammans med sin älskade hustru och son, och delar tiden lika mellan arbetet och hemmet. Ett liv han trivs med, till den dag han ska hämta upp Kevin från skolan och snubblar in i Mademoiselle Chambon, sonens lärarinna. Hon liknar ingen kvinna han tidigare träffat och Jeans välorganiserade liv ställs på sin spets.
27 Jul 2010
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Transcript by Newsy BY KYRSTEN SKULBORSTAD You're watching multisource world news from Newsy Julian Assange is a man on the run. Interpol has placed him on its wanted list for alleged sexual assault in Sweden, and did so shortly after the Australian native released thousands of secret documents through his whistleblower website, Wikileaks. Now, Assange finds himself in the crosshairs of public officials around the world. NBC Nightly News’ Lisa Meyers describes Assange’s recent measures to protect himself from those outraged by his disclosure of sensitive documents. Lisa Meyers: “Julian Assange is a man without a home, who lives the life of the hunted, changing his appearance, using false names and encrypted cell phones to avoid detection.” Some have even suggested -- Assange be killed. Tom Flanagan is one such individual. In an interview on CBC, the professor and former senior advisor to Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper says Assange should be gunned down. Tom Flanagan: “Well I think Assange should be assassinated actually. I think Obama should put out a contract and maybe use a drone or something. There is no good coming of this.” Flanagan later apologized for his comments. But radio host and Watergate mastermind G. Gordon Liddy shared similar sentiments with World Net Daily. “This fellow Anwar al-Awlaki – a joint U.S. citizen hiding out in Yemen – is on a 'kill list' [for inciting terrorism against the U.S.]. Mr. Assange should be put on the same list." The main question now? CNN asks - is Wikileaks a whistleblower website or a news organization, which would provide it different protection from the U.S. Constitution? U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder says it’s the former, and that the site and its founder committed criminal acts the U.S. will prosecute. Reporter: “Can you prosecute Wikileaks because they didn’t steal the document? They only published them.” Lawyer: “Well it is a crime to pass along classified information, even if you are not the original source of it. But you’re right, the case is a lot more complicated than people think.” According to Assange’s lawyer, the whole situation is a mess. He says Interpol knows where to find his client for questioning, but prosecutors have yet to pursue that option. And, according to recent reports, official charges relating to the Wikileaks documents have yet to be brought against Assange. MARK STEPHENS: “Never before have I come across a prosecutor who has behaved like this. This is a persecution, not a prosecution.” In an previous interview with ABC, Assange says freedom of speech is what Wikileaks is fighting for. “The U.S. Free speech tradition is one of our biggest supporters. In some ways, what we are doing is taking the First Amendment and giving it to the world.” But in a comment on RT, one user speculates... “I wonder how long Mr Assange will survive this, because he's a thorn in the flesh of the powerful.” So, what do you think will -- or should -- be the fate of Wikileaks founder, Julian Assange? Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy
3 Dec 2010
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WikiLeaks has dumped even more U.S. secrets -- this time, they include a list of international businesses considered crucial assets for the country. This report on Sky News says the list is like a go-to guide for terrorists seeking the U.S.’s Achilles’ heel. “The cable from U.S. missions worldwide, advises the State Department the long list of international firms, including pipelines and factories, which if destroyed, disrupted or exploited, would likely have an immediate and deleterious effect on the United States. ... Included on the list is BAE in the UK which builds the F-35 fighter jet. ... And globally, oil and mining companies, such as Rio Tinto, are also named.” Meanwhile, WikiLeaks’ very own crucial assets are also under pressure. Just last week, Amazon cut off the website's American servers, while PayPal froze its donation account. Now, a BBC report says, a Swiss bank has also taken action. "The Swiss post office's bank, PostFinance, has frozen the accounts of Wikileaks founder Julian Assange. The whistle-blowing website says the freeze includes a defence fund and personal assets worth 31,000 euros. … PostFinance said Mr Assange had ‘provided false information regarding his place of residence’ during the account opening process.” And the setbacks don’t stop there. On Monday, the AP reports, WikiLeaks’ Swedish servers had become unresponsive, and may be under cyber attacks. Assange’s arrest may also be imminent -- according to Reuters, the U.K. has received an arrest warrant from Sweden, who wants Assange for questioning about sex-crime allegations. (Image from Wikimedia Commons) Despite the pressures -- NBC reports, Assange remains -- quote, ‘defiant.’ If he’s arrested, he threatens to release what he calls a ‘thermonuclear device’ -- in the form of... what else, but even more uncensored government documents. “It’s a secret cache of uncensored documents that’s been described as a ‘poison pill.’ Julian Assange is threatening to unleash the archive of documents if his website is shut down, or he’s arrested. ... The huge arrays of files is said to have documents on BP, Bank of America, and Guantanamo Bay. “It’s a ticking time bomb with a remote fuse. So, this bomb can go off, the second that they release the key. The key will spread around the Internet in a matter of seconds...” And finally, a CNN report focuses on U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder, who says he has taken steps in the investigation of WikiLeaks, but does not go into details. “[Holder] declined to comment when asked whether the actions involved search warrants, requests under the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act, which authorizes wiretaps, or other means, describing them only as ‘significant.’”
9 Dec 2010
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Ben Mankiewicz discusses the slant of an article on the Fox News website on President Obama's plans to have Eric Holder lead a task force to investigate speculation in the oil markets and the impact on gas prices.
26 Apr 2011
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BY: CHRISTIE NICKS You're watching multisource, US video news analysis from Newsy. From taking on the role only days before September 11…to the death of Osama bin Laden - FBI Director Robert Mueller ([MOLE-R] has overseen U.S. law enforcement through the past 10 years. Now President Obama wants him to stick around for a couple more. U.S. PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA: “In his ten years at the FBI Bob has set the gold standard for leading the bureau- he’s improved the working relationship with local law enforcement across the country.” President Obama announced he would like to see a rare 2-year extension for the FBI director, who was supposed to be leaving September 4- the end of his ten year term. CNN reports Congress will likely approve the extension but there are still some problems with the idea. “If you extend it now two years, that may open the door to future presidents doing that more and more and there might be a concern that if it’s someone who’s politically favorable to that president maybe they even want to crush some criminal investigation that’s going on and you keep your friend in the FBI director job. No one’s suggesting that’s going on now. It’s just a concern that maybe this sets a dangerous precedent...” The key words throughout the discussion on Mueller’s extension - stability and continuity - at a time when other agencies are transitioning to new leadership. But a blogger for Fire Dog Lake says – that fact alone isn’t a good enough reason to keep Mueller around. “It’s hard to reconcile the desire for ‘seamlessness,’ which both Obama and Attorney General Eric Holder stressed in their support for the two-year extension, with the changes at Defense and CIA.” But with ongoing threats against the United States, finding a replacement to take on the ten-year FBI Director challenge- might be difficult. A blogger for the Washingtonian says Mueller would leave behind some big shoes to fill. “A sure sign of just how much the job has changed since Mueller took over in 2001 is that it's unlikely that the Robert Mueller of 2001 … with little counterterrorism or intelligence experience, would likely not even be considered for the job today.” Congress set up the ten-year directors term after J. Edgar Hoover spent nearly 50 years as FBI Director. Since his reign no one else has even served the full ten-year limit. Follow Newsy on Twitter Newsy_Videos for video news updates in your stream. Get more multisource US video news analysis from Newsy. Transcript by Newsy.
14 May 2011
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BY CHRISTINA HARTMAN You're watching multisource world video news analysis from Newsy. New details about the mission to kill Osama bin Laden. U.S. officials are pouring over as much as 15 hours of video -- recorded on the helmet cameras of the Navy SEAL team that carried out the operation. That video hasn’t been released to the public -- but The New York Post reports it shows bin Laden “running for his life.” The Associated Press reports -- bin Laden was obsessed with the United States -- and wrote in his journal he wanted to kill President Obama. And according to WBBH -- he also had plans to specifically target Mr. Obama’s step-grandmother -- who lives in Kenya. Amid the new details come questions about the legality of the kill. Obama administration officials maintain the operation was above board -- citing a UN Charter right to a nation’s self-defense. ATTORNEY GENERAL ERIC HOLDER: “What we did was not an assassination. It was consistent with international law and I think one has to focus on the way in which the operation occurred. People there who could have been shot were not.” But an editorial in the United Arab Emirates' Gulf News isn’t convinced -- asking -- rule of law -- or rule of the jungle? “Others, too, can claim the right of self-defence, overriding legal or ethical constraints. … If states can resort to terrorism with impunity in order to kill their enemies, political leaders must be prepared to face the same rough ‘justice’ at the hands of the followers, friends or relatives of their victims.” That observation isn’t entirely far-fetched -- A suicide bomb attack Friday killed as many as 80 people outside a military training facility in Pakistan. The attackers said they were avenging the death of Osama bin Laden. (VIDEO FROM WIKILEAKS) A Reuters report suggests -- as early as six days after the 9/11 attacks -- the Bush White House expected bin Laden would be killed -- rather than captured. Still - an opinion piece for the Brattleboro Reformer says -- enough with the armchair lawyers: the SEALs did what they had to do. “They certainly didn’t have time to open up a law book or stand around and debate the legality of shooting bin Laden. … And let’s not forget, once soldiers are ordered into action, they must do what they think is best at the time.” U.S. Defense Secretary Robert Gates says the Pentagon is looking into increased security for the operatives who carried out the mission -- amid continued fears of retaliatory attacks. Follow Newsy on Twitter Newsy_Videos for updates in your feed. Get more multisource world video news analysis from Newsy. Transcript by Newsy.
14 May 2011
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