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  • Panetta Report 2: Leon Panetta Paid Tribute to Pro-Communist Peace Activist

    06/24/2011 10:52:15 PM PDT · by LucyT · 16 replies
    New Zeal Shining The Torch for Liberty ^ | June 16, 2011 | Trevor Loudon
    Leon Panetta While a Southern California based congressman in the 1970s and ’80s, CIA director and Obama Secretary of Defense nominee Leon Panetta, was close to a pro-communist, Santa Cruz based “peace activist” named Lucy Haessler. In spite (or perhaps because of) Haessler’s involvement with the Women’s International Democratic Federation, Panetta placed a tribute in the Congressional Record, April 11, 1984, to mark Haessler’s 80th birthday. Panetta noted that Lucy Haessler attended several conferences of the East German based organization in France, the Soviet Union, Poland and East Germany. He did neglect to mention however that the W.I.D.F. was...
  • A Brief Synopsis of the Desegregation of Private Catholic Schools in the South

    08/25/2010 12:49:39 AM PDT · by topher · 4 replies
    UGA Website ^ | Fall 2005 (University of Georgia) | Patrick H. Dobson
    Patrick H. Dobson History 3090 Fall 2005 Professor Gagnon   A Brief Synopsis of the Desegregation of Private Catholic Schools in the South   Private schooling has a long and reputable role in the history of the United States of America. Private schools predate that of public schools in the United States and continue to be a very reasonable alternative to public schooling. Historically, private schools have been prominent institutions of the New England and Midwest, rather than in the impoverished South or that of the newer West. During the 1950’s and 1960’s, America was experiencing a social movement that...
  • Pelosi Dossier 1 - Nancy Pelosi and the Radical Hallinan Clan

    05/31/2009 1:41:06 PM PDT · by Free ThinkerNY · 9 replies · 663+ views
    New Zeal ^ | May 30, 2009 | Trevor Loudon
    US Speaker of the House, Nancy Pelosi has represented the San Francisco area in Congress since 1987 and has lived there since 1969. Pelosi has made lot of radical friends in the Bay Area, including the late Vivian Hallinan. When Vivian Hallinan died in March 1999, Nancy Pelosi placed a tribute in the Congressional Record. I am very saddened to know that the leader of one of San Francisco's great Irish families, Vivian Hallinan, passed away last night. Vivian and her family have deep roots in San Francisco and she has contributed immensely to the fiber of our community during...
  • Nary v. Hennesey/Hallinan/State of CA(Youth Sexually Assaulted on Pelosi & Friends'Watch)

    10/15/2006 1:43:40 PM PDT · by WmShirerAdmirer · 14 replies · 1,210+ views
    Amicusveritas.Org ^ | Unknown | Amicus Veritas Staff
    Nary v. Hennesey/Hallinan/State of California (Youth Sexually Assaulted on Pelosi & Friends'Watch) Chronology of the Case February 21, 1995: First San Francisco reporting of violations of rights of military veterans and their wives and widows. May 1995: Steven R. Nary enlisted in the U.S. Navy at 17 1/2 years of age. With this, the Navy became a substitute parent when Steven Nary came under the UCMJ (Universal Code of Military Justice); 10 USC 813/ 814/ 32 Code of Federal Regulations 720.6/ 720.9. Nary did his basic training at Great Lakes Naval Training Base at Great Lakes, Illinois. After basic training,...
  • Man gets life for murdering son of California secretary of state

    05/06/2005 3:13:08 PM PDT · by SmithL · 4 replies · 638+ views
    AP ^ | 5/6/5
    San Francisco -- A 21-year-old man was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole Friday for murdering the son of California's secretary of state during a street robbery, the San Francisco District Attorney's office said. Clifton Terrell Jr. could have faced the death penalty for shooting the 27-year-old son of Secretary of State Bruce McPherson in November 2001 because murder committed during the course of a robbery is a special circumstance under California law. But former District Attorney Terence Hallinan, an opponent of capital punishment, elected not to seek a death sentence for Terrell, who had turned...
  • S.F. anti-war protesters could see all charges dismissed

    06/13/2003 6:47:30 PM PDT · by NormsRevenge · 5 replies · 181+ views
    Sac Bee ^ | 6/13/03 | AP - San Francisco
    <p>SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - More than 2,000 protesters arrested for clogging city streets to demonstrate against the war in Iraq could see all charges against them dropped.</p> <p>San Francisco court commissioner Paul Slavit signaled Thursday he would dismiss charges against 2,300 people arrested in protests the day after the war started - unless the district attorney's office files new charges.</p>
  • SFPD conspiracy charges tossed Fajitagate legacy: a rift between Hallinan, police that won't heal

    04/05/2003 10:53:32 PM PST · by I_Love_My_Husband · 2 replies · 195+ views
    San Francisco Chronicle ^ | 4/5/03 | Phil Matier & Andrew Ross
    <p>The San Francisco Police Department won a bruising technical knockout Friday when Judge Kay Tsenin -- with hardly a blink of the eye -- tossed out all the conspiracy-to-obstruct-justice counts against the remaining brass indicted in connection with Fajitagate.</p> <p>That leaves District Attorney Terence Hallinan pretty much right where he started -- with felony assault-and-battery charges against three off-duty cops accused of beating up two guys outside a Union Street bar (supposedly for their bag of fajitas).</p>
  • D.A. drops felonies against protesters (SF MEGA BARF ALERT)

    03/26/2003 6:57:30 AM PST · by I_Love_My_Husband · 25 replies · 228+ views
    San Francisco Chronicle ^ | 3/26/03 | Jim Herron Zamora
    <p>San Francisco District Attorney Terence Hallinan dropped or reduced charges Tuesday against all 12 demonstrators arrested on felony counts during anti-war protests last week.</p> <p>Charges were reduced to misdemeanors against seven people and were dropped against the other five, said district attorney's spokesman Mark MacNamara.</p>
  • SF district attorney drops felony charges against police chief

    03/11/2003 3:52:36 PM PST · by NormsRevenge · 4 replies · 213+ views
    Sac Bee ^ | 3/11/03 | Kim Curtis - AP
    <p>SAN FRANCISCO - District Attorney Terence Hallinan dropped felony obstruction of justice charges Tuesday against Police Chief Earl Sanders and his top aide, saying he couldn't prove they helped orchestrate an alleged cover-up of a street brawl involving off-duty officers.</p>
  • The S.F. Ayatollah, the Cop and the ex-con D.A.

    03/08/2003 12:28:29 AM PST · by sfwarrior · 2 replies · 285+ views ^ | March 8th, 20003 | Adam Sparks
    It's fun to see a political battle raging by the left against their own. We love to see them tear themselves apart. For the few San Francisco conservatives, it's like having a brewsky and being able to watch female mud wrestlers. A real joy in life. And as you know, in this town, it's only a handful of men who could enjoy those female mud wrestlers. Now we have a case that pits the ayatollah of the city, Mayor Willie Brown Jr., against his neutered, "affirmative action" police chief, Earl Sanders, who is battling it out with the known cop...
  • D.A. Calls Pot Good Medicine, Part of Religious Experience

    04/18/2002 5:07:42 PM PDT · by GSWarrior · 24 replies · 288+ views
    San Francisco Chronicle ^ | 4/18/02 | Steve Rubenstein
    Marijuana advocates cheer on Hallinan D.A. calls pot good medicine, part of religious experience San Francisco District Attorney Terence Hallinan, preaching to the choir, told 200 marijuana advocates this morning that marijuana is not only good medicine but "unquestionably part of religious experience." The chief law enforcement officer of San Francisco said "thousands of people are being locked up for their religious beliefs" for smoking marijuana. In a half-hour address to the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws, Hallinan said prosecution for marijuana possession makes no sense and reiterated his policy opposing prison sentences for any marijuana conviction....