Hat tip to Pursey.
U.S. Attorney General Alberto Gonzales, went to Denver to talk about his Project Safe Childhood campaign. He met with law enforcement leaders and three local high school students. Reporters were of course, barred from asking questions.
Embattled U.S. Attorney General Alberto Gonzales pushed ahead in Denver today with one of his main initiatives: improving child safety against online sexual predators.
Gonzales met with leaders of the Colorado law enforcement community and three local high school students about his Project Safe Childhood campaign.
The group previewed ads designed to persuade children to “think before you post” private information on the Internet.
“This is a war. I worry about how much progress we are making…” Gonzales said, calling for teamwork. “It’s not enough to simply enforce the law.”
Well that is a noble cause, right? The protection of children is a most important issue to keep in the spotlight. But wait one freaking minute GONZO! Who are you to play the champion of a cause that has been abused by yourself? Another cover up of child predators Gonzo? This monster has to go, and he has to go now! If you think the cover-up for Mark Foley was despicable, this brings the level of GOP corruption and cover-up to a whole new level.
Attorney General Alberto Gonzales and U.S. Attorney Johnny Sutton, both already under siege for other matters, are now being accused of failing to prosecute officers of the Texas Youth Commission after a Texas Ranger investigation documented that guards and administrators were sexually abusing the institution’s teenage boy inmates.
Among the charges in the Texas Ranger report were that administrators would rouse boys from their sleep for the purpose of conducting all-night sex parties.
Ray Brookins, one of the officials named in the report, was a Texas prison guard before being hired at the youth commission school. As a prison guard, Brookins had a history of disciplinary and petty criminal records dating back 21 years. He retained his job despite charges of using pornography on the job, including viewing nude photos of men and women on state computers.
What possible excuse could Gonzo have to just let this insane thing happen?
Angle explained to WND that he found both letters shocking.
“The letters justify not pursuing these cases because, number one, there is no evidence that any of these juveniles felt physical pain while they were being assaulted, and the letters use the word ‘assaulted,'” he said. “And then also, they rejected prosecution because none of these juveniles stated in the investigations that they resisted and objected, which of course the facts of the report show to be the case. This case developed right in the middle of Governor Perry’s 2006 re-election campaign. While Texas is a Republican state, and the Republicans expected to win, still at that time, Governor Perry was facing an election challenge from Carole Strayhorn, a third party candidate who was also a former Republican comptroller in Texas.”
He continued: “I would speculate that the political powers in Texas and Washington in the Republican Party were not interested in this sex scandal coming to light. Sutton and Gonzales let their political responsibilities outstrip their legal responsibilities, and as a result you had children who were in danger of sexual abuse and were left in that danger.”
Be sure to read the whole thing. It will be sure to make your blood boil. Gonzo has to go!