[Rushtalk] RINO Rick Perry now being accused of "intimidating" grand jury

Carl Spitzer lynux at keepandbeararms.com
Mon Dec 1 13:53:22 MST 2014


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This post is for all my out of Texas friends
 who wonder what the heck is going on 
down here in Texas .
 DA office is out to get Republicans & always 
 has been that way .
When I lived in Austin 20 years ago 
under DA Ronnie Earl they did the 
same thing to Tom Delay . 


Majority  Democrats in Travis Co. 
Texas in a  Republican State 


TxForce
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Rick Perry now being accused of “intimidating” grand jury
November 4, 2014 by Jazz Shaw

http://hotair.com/archives/2014/11/04/rick-perry-now-being-accused-of-intimidating-grand-jury/?utm_source=hadaily&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=nl

                 

In some ways you can kind of appreciate an all out, throw the kitchen
sink at ‘em political attack. If you’re going to go down, you may as
well go down swinging. That seems to be the current theory in Texas,
where opponents of Governor Rick Perry have brought a case against him –
seemingly for doing his job – which is in the hands of a grand jury. Now
these same actors are crying foul and claiming that Perry is engaged in
jury intimidation.


        Texas Governor Rick Perry seems to be threatening to retaliate
        against grand jurors who indicted him for felony abuse-of-office
        and is misusing rules to try to toss out the charges before
        trial, a special prosecutor alleged.
        
        “The defendant’s own words have instilled a concern for all
        persons who participated in the grand jury investigation,”
        Michael McCrum, Perry’s special prosecutor, said in a filing
        made public today, asking a state judge to deny the governor’s
        request for grand jury transcripts. 
        


So what were “the defendant’s own words” which were inspiring such fear
among the populace?


        He held a press conference the day after his Aug. 15 indictment
        saying: “This farce of a prosecution will be revealed for what
        it is, and those responsible will be held accountable.” 
        


I’m sorry. Er… what?

This is the jury intimidation? A comment which was made before the jury
even got hold of it? And as for the persons “to be held accountable” you
would need to be a serious babe in the woods to not understand that
Perry was talking about the Democrats who cooked up this scheme in the
first place. Also, even if you wanted to believe this tripe, you should
at least acknowledge that Perry (evil mastermind that you make him out
to be) is a seasoned, experienced politician. He of all people would
know that any action which even hinted at actual jury tampering would
not only put an end to his political aspirations, but could actually
land him in the hoosegow. 

Believe if you must that Perry – or all Republicans in general – are
evil tyrants. But let’s not accuse him of being stupid. (At least not
that stupid.) The Texas Democrats are rapidly turning into a circus
sideshow which is becoming painful to watch.


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