Sherman Skolnick18. October, 2008
Sherman Skolnick, who spearheaded the investigation into largest judicial bribery scandal in U.S. history in 1969, is now back again to finger crooked judges on the U.S. Supreme Court. Saying the Bush administration wants him arrested as a domestic terrorist, Skolnick claims Bush and his cronies are in hot water involving the Chicago grand jury investigation headed by Special Prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald.
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During his long career of throwing crooked lawyers and judges in jail, Skolnick has been sent to jail himself eight times for contempt of court, each time the judge who put him behind bars eventually spending time in jail himself.
‘Thatâ€™s a record I an extremely proud to have,’ said Skolnick, adding authorities at times found it hard to fit his wheel chair in a squad car since Skolnick has been handicapped since childhood.
Besides being found in contempt of court, Skolnick is also officially barred from attending federal court proceedings in his home state of Illinois as well as neighboring Indiana and Wisconsin, even after trying to legally protect his civil rights through what he a calls a ‘CIA corrupted American Civil Liberties Union.’
And regarding his latest investigations into Bush v. Gore, the grand jury indictments and the pedophilia ring connected to the White House, Skolnick said he along with his journalistic internet partner, Lenny Bloom, who together run www.cloakanddagger.de have been officially put on Bushâ€™s hit list.
‘I heard that Chief of Staff, Andrew Card, called me a domestic terrorist and Bush wants me and Lenny, a Canadian citizen living in Toronto, arrested,’ said Skolnick, adding he heard Bush claiming he didnâ€™t even care about the legal stumbling blocks of incarcerating a Canadian without having proper legal jurisdiction.
‘Itâ€™s ridiculous, but recent federal court decisions, one even handed down in a federal appeals court by the new Supreme Court nominee, John Roberts, gives Bush unlimited Gestapo-like power when it comes to domestic terrorism. In short, I think Bush is a megalomaniac and extremely dangerous to this country.’
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