Monday, April 11, 2011

Bush cousin judges Gallop v. Cheney, Rumsfeld and Myers

Confounding lawyers and legal scholars all over the world, Judge John Walker, first cousin of former President George W. Bush, was one of three judges of the 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals to hear argument Tuesday in Gallop v. Cheney, Rumsfeld and Myers, the lawsuit brought by a soldier injured during the attack on the Pentagon that accuses former Vice President Dick Cheney, former secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld, and former Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Richard Myers of conspiring to facilitate the terrorist attacks of 9/11 that killed 3000 Americans and has resulted in the deaths of many more, due to the toxicity of the clean-up conditions at Ground Zero. ...

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Funny, I didn't see this reported anywhere in the MSM.

But while doing a Google search for it in the MSM, I came up with this.

Obama promotes Guantanamo torture psychologist LOL (sick)


  1. The government is rogue. You better get that through your head.

    1. I think what you say is fairly evident.

      George W. Bush and Judge John Walker are presumably both descendants of Captain Thomas Walker (1758-97), a slave trader of whom it was said:

      "There could not possibly have been a more inhuman monster than this Walker. Many a poor seaman has been brought by him to an untimely end,"

      Which might explain why he was shot and thrown overboard by his own crew. (Source)