Posts Tagged ‘pardons’

Trump pardons former national security adviser Michael Flynn

President Donald Trump pardoned his former national security adviser Michael Flynn, despite his guilty plea over lying to the FBI. Trump announced the pardon in a tweet on Wednesday: “It is my Great Honour to announce that General Michael T. Flynn has been granted a Full Pardon,” Trump tweeted. “Congratulations to @GenFlynn and his wonderful […]

Trump Pardons Michael Flynn

President Donald Trump pardoned his former National Security Advisor, Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn (Ret.), on Wednesday. It is my Great Honor to announce that General Michael T. Flynn has been granted a Full Pardon. Congratulations to @GenFlynn and his wonderful family, I know you will now have a truly fantastic Thanksgiving! — Donald J. Trump […]

Newsom issues new pardons, commutations and medical reprieves

The details: To date, Newsom has granted a total of 63 pardons and 78 commutations while in office, but these represent the first reprieves granted during his administration, spokesperson Jesse Melgar said. The grants from Newsom went to people who “have participated in a range of rehabilitative programs and have demonstrated their transformation,” his office […]

New York attorney general wants power to bypass Trump pardons

NEW YORK, April 18 (Reuters) – New York’s attorney general on Wednesday asked Governor Andrew Cuomo and state legislators to give him and other local prosecutors power to bring criminal charges against people pardoned by U.S. President Donald Trump. In a letter, Attorney General Eric Schneiderman urged Cuomo and legislative leaders to […]

Putin Pardons Poorest African Countries – Forgiving $20 Billion Debt

Russian President Vladimir Putin has written off debts totalling $20 billion dollars owed by some of Africa’s poorest nations.   In a historic move, Russia told the United Nations that in order for Africa to thrive, wealthy countries need to alleviate the debt burden of African countries. “Our country is taking steps to alleviate the debt […]

An Expert on Presidential Pardons Emailed Reporter His Life’s Work, Then Killed Himself and His Two Sons [???]

An Expert on Presidential Pardons Emailed Reporter His Life’s Work, Then Killed Himself and His Two Sons [???] March 15th, 2018 Why was the detective concerned with debunking “conspiracy theories” related to this? Via: Columbia Journalism Review: I started getting a flood of emails […]

COMMENTARY: Trump Pardons Racist, Criminal Jewish Fanatic

By Henry Makow, PhDSourced from via the Truthseeker  Abridged by Lasha Darkmoon JEWISH  PSYCHOPATH . . . PARDONED BY DONALD TRUMP LD : Rabbi Sholom Rubashkin (b. 1959 in Russia), a leader of the Chabad crime syndicate, was pardoned a few days ago by President Donald Trump for his long list of truly heinous […]

Trump Pardons Racist, Criminal Jewish Fanatic

 Bloom compared it to hunting: “The Hasidim not only [bargained] with alacrity, but enjoyed boasting about the terrain, equipment, first sighting and ultimate kill.” (211) Bloom relates a particularly shameful incident told by store owner. A Hasid pretended he had paid in advance for some merchandise, grabbed it and ran out of the store. Despite […]

Israeli president pardons soldiers who killed Palestinians

Israeli President Reuven Rivlin said on Sunday he would pardon Israeli soldiers who killed Palestinians during their military service. Rivlin called upon the Israeli soldiers who killed Palestinians to file a special request to the President’s Residence seeking a full removal of prior convictions in a bid to optimize work prospects and facilitate greater integration into […]

Trump pardons ex-Arizona sheriff Joe Arpaio: White House

U.S. President Donald Trump on Friday granted a pardon to former Arizona lawman and political ally Joe Arpaio, the self-proclaimed “toughest sheriff in America,” less than a month after he was convicted of criminal contempt in a case involving his department’s racial profiling policy. Trump had signaled this week that the first […]

Hundreds of Japanese protest Obama visit to Hiroshima

Residents in Hiroshima have greeted President Barack Obama with protests at the site of the world’s first atomic bombing conducted by the US more than 70 years ago. Obama arrived at Hiroshima’s atomic bomb park Friday on the first visit by a sitting US president and was greeted by Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. “You’re not welcome here” and “Get […]

Batsh*t crazy! Swarm of 100,000 bats invades Australian town (VIDEO)

The bats arrived in Batemans Bay, located to the south of Sydney, with a bang – or, rather, with an odor and a terrible screeching noise that’s driving the town’s 11,000 residents insane. “I can’t open the windows, I can’t use the clotheslines… I can’t study because the noise just goes constantly. I can’t concentrate. […]

Iran: the ‘Land of Possibilities’

Over the past century, Iran has become one of the world’s largest oil producers, and is now recognised to have the largest combined oil and gas reserves in the world, with 9.3% of global oil reserves and 18.2% of gas reserves. Even after the UN, EU and US imposed sanctions, Iran continued to pump around […]

The Bliss Instinct – The Primary Rule

1st December 2015 By Indra Contributing Writer for Wake Up World We seek bliss continually, constantly craving and desiring, because we – with our coming into existence on this gorgeous blue planet – inherit a programming of our minds that leads us to believe that we have to leave our natural, universal connection, and plug into […]


Cameron functions as a noisy little lap dog yapping and snapping at anyone ignoring his master, always in expectation of another approving stroke on the head. It truly is that simple, and all the rest we read and hear is just noisy propaganda.     John Chuckman   Jeremy Corbyn, leader of the British […]

Georgia Board of Pardons Affirms State-Sponsored Murder

by Stephen Lendman   At issue is saving Troy Anthony Davis. On September 21, he’ll die by lethal injection, despite clear evidence he’s innocent. On September 20, Georgia’s Board of Pardons denied him clemency. Because Georgia’s governor can’t stay executions, Davis lost his last hope, barring an unexpected 11th hour reprieve. Georgia State University Law […]

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