Friday, December 19, 2014

Two state reps from Philly charged with accepted bribes

The city of Philadelphia conducted a large bribery sting, netting two state reps and others.
Everyone netted in the sting is black. It looked like they were going to get a free pass because of their skin color.
Attorney General Kathleen G. Kane, a Democrat, declared that the sting operation was “racial targeting.” Kane demanded that the charges be dropped.
In a surprise move, Philadelphia District Attorney Seth Williams defied Kane and filed charges anyway.
Three other black Philadelphia area politicians are facing charges as well. There cases are going before grand juries.
Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen G. Kane made repeated false statements to justify shutting down an undercover sting, Philadelphia District Attorney Seth Williams said Tuesday as he announced bribery charges against two lawmakers in the corruption case he revived.
Williams said Kane had irresponsibly and without evidence claimed that the investigation had been marred by racial targeting.
In fact, the district attorney said, a Philadelphia grand jury marshaled testimony and documents from within Kane’s own office showing that her top aides rejected the idea that racial prejudice affected the case.
“As an African American and as a law enforcement official, I was disgusted that the attorney general would bring racism into this case,” Williams said. “It’s like pouring gasoline on the fire for no reason, no reason at all.”
In blunt and often harsh language, Williams lobbed criticism after criticism at Kane, a fellow Democrat, as he detailed the criminal charges his office brought Tuesday against two Democratic state representatives ensnared by the sting.
Acting at the recommendation of the grand jury, Williams charged State Reps. Vanessa Lowery Brown, 48, and Ronald G. Waters, 64, with bribery and other offenses in a case that Kane had derided as “half-assed,” “dead on arrival,” and too flawed to be prosecuted.
He said both lawmakers admitted to grand jurors that they illegally pocketed cash from an undercover informant who was secretly taping them. Waters accepted $8,750 in nine payments, he said, and Brown accepted $4,000 in five.

2 comments:

  1. niggas going down, ya cheat, ya steal, ya steal, ya kill no honor among thugs and cheats. Hope you get multiple years at the big house. Maybe when or if you get out you can get back into politics again. Like sweeping the floors at the courthouse. Maybe they'll hire a felon. At least ya can't vote or own a gun. Sucka!

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  2. Political perfidy in high places is now the norm in the once hallowed halls of jurisprudence in these debased times initiated by the JEWISH power structure whose influence pervades every aspect of America's once sound...and to a large degree honorable...criminal justice system. What was once considered to be wrong is now considered to be right in the topsey-turvey alternative universe in which we now live. As always, this is the product of the Luciferian JEWS who have, via guile and deceit... insinuated themselves into the upper echelons of America's body politic. It was JEWISH media influence that, via its persistent efforts during the social revolution of the 1960s and 70s...caused racist, whitey-hating negroes to attain powerful political offices in America's justice system that was once the domain of whites. To be sure, political corruption has always been a way of life to politicians of every race and creed, but this dire dynamic has increased many-fold during the past five decades since American and European societies and governments came under the sway of JEWISH socio/political influence. Because of the influence of the prevalent JEWISH power structure that controls America's social and political life, corrupt, low-life negroes now hold offices of power. And the American people, especially those of white European stock...are the victims of political perfidy in high places. The JEW, the JEW. The abjectly wicked, evil, all-consuming JEW...the ancient pestilence and bane of humanity...

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