When it comes to documented criminal activities connected to the Clinton family, documentation disappears and prosecutions are halted before indictments are handed to the courts.
Iceland Just Did The Exact Opposite of What the U.S. Does — It Found 9 Banksters Guilty in Historic Case:
Iceland’s Supreme Court has return a guilty verdict for all nine defendants in the Kaupþing market manipulation case, the court trial for which began in April 2015.
Through his research, Dr. Sebi believed that blood and starch in the diet are the main reasons for ill-health, specifically because both cause acidity within the body. “On the whole, an acid body will create toxic mucous and congest the system — leading to inflammation, whereas an alkaline pH will do just the opposite and support vitality,” he said.
In response, 7 sitting judges, 54 mayors and congressmen, and hundreds of police officers including police generals, were named by President Rodrigo Duterte just hours ago as having been involved in the proliferation of illegal drugs nationwide.
The 91% trust rating the majority has given Duterte at this early means that they know what motivates those empty “human rights” criticism against their president, i.e. the Oligarchy and the Church’s common powerbase has been effectively uprooted and no longer will the people allow themselves to be deceived again.
To the old guards, Duterte is an anomaly. They could not believe that he has already delivered a third of what he had promised during the campaign, with barely 40 days into his 6-year term as president.
On top of the above accomplishment, a major shakedown in the local industries are already underway:
“Iceland has now sent a total of 26 bankers to jail for the financial collapse of 2008, more than all other nations combined.” -Bill Still
A human rights group in Berlin, Germany, has filed a criminal complaint against the architects of the George W. Bush administration’s torture program. The European Center for Constitutional and Human Rights has accused former Bush administration officials, including CIA Director George Tenet and Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld, of war crimes, and called for an immediate investigation by a German prosecutor.
Cheney’s claim that he would approve torture again highlights a key question: Are top officials above the law, and will the impunity of today lead to more abuses in the future? The question spans a wide chain of command from Cheney, President Bush and other White House officials, who kickstarted the torture program after 9/11…
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The report is an indictment of government in the United States at every level. The UN criticized the United States for not cooperating with the investigation and providing full information.
Mr. von NotHaus, 70, could be looking at the rest of his life in prison.
The impossible is possible. Never say never. Wall Street bankers are staring agog at headlines coming from Europe where, in Iceland, the former chief executive of one of the largest banks in the country which was involved in crashing the economy in 2008 has been sentenced to jail time.