An Old Village Voice article you gotta read about Bill Barr will leave a nasty taste in your mouth.
Bill Barr: The Cover-Up General
At the center of the criticism is the chief articulator of Bushs imperial presidency, we reported in 1992, the man who wrote the legal rationale for the Gulf War, the Panama invasion, and the officially sanctioned kidnapping of foreign nationals abroad.
by FRANK SNEPP
(Originally published October 27, 1992)
Barrs influence on law in our country cannot be understated. Reading this again
makes me see even more his influence in TFG presidency. His fingerprints are everywhere.
What a Bastard.
on Christmas Eve, ensuring Bushs role in the scandal wouldnt come out at trial.
I met him once, when he was AG the first time. He was the speaker at a criminal justice event, and I was introduced to him.
I had a gut reaction that I've never forgotten. Something in his aura. Power, malevolence, something that really hit me.
I've only had that spidey sense with a couple of people in my life. Not even Kenneth Starr affected me like that, although he was really creepy and clammy-handed.
Your gut instincts were trying to tell you something. I think Barr is a very dangerous person
And there is little he wouldnt do.