Ernie Souchak, Editor-in-Chief
The attorneys assembled to form the "legal team" that defended Lewis "Scooter" Libby, in the case
U.S. v Libby, apparently have a dilemma.
Scooter Libby's attorneys might be forced to win the case for their client.
The email communication below, contains a possible explanation as to why Libby's attorneys have not yet demanded justice for their client Scooter Libby.
To: ted wells
Sent: October 6, 2013 at 4:03 PM
Subject: How about you
Mr. Theodore Wells
What is your dilemma?
To: joseph tate
Sent:October 5, 2013 at 4:15 PM
Subject: You have a decision to make.
Mr. Joseph Tate
The fact that you and your firm Dechert LLP represented Lewis 'Scooter" Libby in U.S. v Libby puts you in a very per-carious situation due to recent developments.
As you can see from the Illinois Pay-to-Play article linked below, your client should never have been indicted much less ever brought to trial. And, as Libby's defense attorney in that case, it is incumbent on you to rectify this egregious misconduct on the part of the Dept. of Justice.
The dilemma for you and Dechert LLP is, if you honor your obligation to your client and your profession, your partner at the firm, Glenn Fine, may lose his license to practice law.
However, if you ignore your obligation to your client, you will lose the trust of those who have, and would consider hiring your firm, and you diminish your entire profession.
Perhaps, even exposing the firm to legal complications and liabilities.
Advance notice of your decision would be appreciated.
DoJ Inspector General Glenn A. Fine complicit in fraud known as “Plamegate”
Officers of the court are required to report illegal and or un-ethical conduct. Not to mention the obligation they have to their client.
The conduct of the Dept of Justice in U.S. v Libby was both un-ethical and illegal.
So, no dilemma, officers. Just do what's required!
The Libby "legal team" aka officers of the court.
Theodore V. Wells
Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison LLP
1285 Avenue of the Americas
New York, NY 10019-6064
William H. Jeffress
Baker Botts LLP
1299 Pennsylvania Ave., NW
Washington, D.C. 20004-2400
Joseph A. Tate
2929 Arch Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104-2808
John D. Cline
235 Montgomery Street, Suite 1070
San Francisco, California 94104
Thomas Barton, Investigative Reporter
During the news about the Obama regime spying on the press, don't neglect this question: Why hasn't the Inspector General asked John Chase and the Chicago Tribune who in the federal government is leaking sealed information to them?
Why, after assigning a host of federal agents and spending piles of federal dollars to investigate Rod Blagojevich and corruption in Illinois, did Chase and the Tribune get to pull the plug on the federal wiretaps with impunity? Is anyone asking that question besides IP2P? No. Why not?
And, why was the Tribune, and only the Tribune, given access to the Blagojevich wiretap recordings that were never made public? We’re wondering if David Axelrod is still the de facto editor of the paper, and if former U.S. Attorney Patrick Fitzgerald's image as an “Elliot Ness crime-fighter” was all fabricated by the media - led by the Tribune?
Throughout the Blago saga has the Trib only reported what they are told to report by the feds?
And finally, why is the Office of the Inspector General concerned about some leaks and not about others? So many questions. So few answers.
To: DOJOIG FraudComplaints (OIG)
Sent: 2013-06-07 18:09:18 +0000
Subject: Inspector General investigation?
Has the Office of the Inspector General opened an investigation of U.S. Attorney Patrick Fitzgerald and the U.S. Attorneys Office Northern Dist of Illinois pertaining to leaks from that office to the Chicago Tribune?
To: William J Birney (OPR)
Sent: 2013-06-05 15:40:21 +0000
Subject: OPR Investigation
Mr. William J. Birney
Has the Office of Professional Responsibility or the Inspector Generals Office opened an investigation into the serious DOJ leaks that U.S. Attorney Patrick Fitzgerald talked about in his press conference, as noted in the Illinois pay-to-play article below?
To: William J Birney (OPR)
Sent: 2013-06-01 19:56:53 +0000
Subject: Former U.S. Attorney Patrick Fitzgerald takes the Fifth
Former U.S. Attorney Patrick Fitzgerald takes the Fifth
What Blago's lawyers had to say.