Friday, February 9, 2018
Remedial Jurisprudence 101
For the perennial Baby Ducks out there:
In the Watergate Scandal, it took 26 months from the initial crime to bring down President Nixon, from June of 1972 to August of 1974. And that was with a co-operative state's evidence witness, and a handy set of taped conversations establishing all the elements of the criminal conspiracy fully in hand. It took even longer than that to successfully prosecute the 48 co-conspirators, another few months after that to sentence them all, and most of them didn't go to prison until 1977, over 3 1/2 years later.
As Casey Stengel was wont to reply to the idiots who regularly vexed him, "You could look it up."
And that was after DC police arrested five guys for a burglary in progress, and charged them with multiple felonies.
For comparison, the first referral of probable criminal activity was only this week sent from Sen. Grassley's Senate Intel Committee to the current DoJ for further investigation.
So for you silly witless wonders carping that no one's going down in flames already, cool your effing jets, verstehen sie?
You only sound retarded for yipping and yapping that "nothing has happened", after all of five minutes.
If this is you, pay heed. If not, roll on.