Re: ~e; The Fall of the Cheney White House (Pending)

From Howard Coffman <>
Date Fri, 29 Nov 2002 09:03:40 -0500
In-reply-to <>

Friendly reminder to the editor:

You are losing your focus to the subject of the email letter.

Please stick to the em and related issues. Reserve the other political
commentary to another newsletter. 

It doesn't mean I disagree with you, it just means I don't want to read about it

Thanks for listening.

>// by being denied routing to favorable and thoroughly-
>// corrupted federal court systems (see: Microsoft anti-
>// trust case, for example) the respect of judgeships to
>// determine the law is outside of political control- the
>// way it is intended to be in a democracy. and exactly
>// opposite of what the Cheney-controlled (or uncontrollable)
>// White Subdivision on Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington D.C.
>// was intended to represent. outright corruption will not
>// stand. when Cheney falls, so does the U.S. administration.
>// Vice President Cheney needs to step-down and let the legal
>// process pursue its course, to let people know what their
>// government is doing, and for who and for what reasons.
>// All of which are being used as a defense for national
>// security, which really means: Cheney's personal security.
>// 3 months is a generous guess as to when this goes down.
>Judge Refuses to Turn Over Cheney Case
>Judge Refuses to Turn Over Cheney Case
>Wed Nov 27, 6:14 PM ET
>Add White House - AP to My Yahoo!
>WASHINGTON (AP) - A federal judge on Wednesday blocked the Bush  
>administration's attempt to take a lawsuit against Vice President Dick  
>Cheney (news - web sites)'s energy task force to a federal appeals  
>The ruling by U.S. District Judge Emmet Sullivan let stand his order  
>requiring the White House by Dec. 9 to produce task force documents it  
>considers not to be privileged and make available a list of documents  
>it believes should continue to be withheld.
>Sullivan said Wednesday that the Justice Department (news - web sites)  
>had not shown adequate reason why he should turn the case over the  
>appeals court before a final judgment.
>Separately, the U.S. Court of Appeals is still considering an emergency  
>petition the Justice Department filed Nov. 12 requesting a review of  
>Sullivan's orders in the case.
>The documents are being sought in connection with a lawsuit seeking  
>information on what outside groups influenced the Cheney task force as  
>it prepared an energy policy report in early 2001. The actions were  
>filed by Sierra Club (news - web sites) and Judicial Watch, a  
>conservative watchdog group, and later combined into one case.
>Government lawyers have argued the documents should be withheld because  
>they are part of the deliberative process. Still, the White House was  
>continuing to examine boxes of task force papers and some 10,000  
>e-mails in an attempt to comply with the judge's order. Sullivan  
>originally sought the documents by Nov. 5, but extended the deadline.
>David Bookbinder, an attorney for the Sierra Club, said the Bush  
>administration's attempt to divert the case to the appeals court was  
>another effort to prolong and delay the litigation and circumvent the  
>Dec. 9 deadline.
>Judicial Watch praised Sullivan's ruling in a statement, calling the  
>administration's request for an appeal before the case is even decided  
>"unorthodox to say the least."
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