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  • (Peter Paul & Hillary) Here is how to fix a federal trial and save Hillary's candidacy

    10/03/2007 11:51:59 AM PDT · by doug from upland · 27 replies · 980+ views
    I'll have to give them this. The conspiracy has been flawlessly executed. Hillary's ability to compromise all there branches of the government makes Watergate pale in comparison. In May of 2005, Hillary's campaign finance chairman was acquitted in Federal District Court in Los Angeles. A big time DNC fixer attorney named Paul Sandler lead the Rosen defense. Who paid for that defense is going to be asked of David Rosen in his deposition for Paul v Clinton. Prosecutor Peter Zeidenberg: 9 THE EVIDENCE WILL SHOW IN THIS CASE, BEYOND A 10 REASONABLE DOUBT, THAT THE TRUE IN-KIND EXPENSES WAS #1.1...
  • Judge confronted with Hillary 'smoking-gun' video

    10/02/2007 7:30:47 AM PDT · by llevrok · 31 replies · 257+ views
    A federal judge who stated in court Sen. Hillary Clinton had nothing to do with the planning and preparation for a scandal-plagued Hollywood fundraiser, received by hand-delivery yesterday a transcript of a videotape that allegedly captures the New York Democrat committing felonies related to the event. The transcript, along with a letter demanding a hearing, was hand-delivered to Federal Judge A. Howard Matz by Douglas Cogan, a regular contributor to FreeRepublic.com who has followed the case closely and helped produce a documentary. As WND reported, the tape – held by the U.S. attorney for the Eastern District of New York...
  • (Peter Paul & Hillary) Federal judge Matz from Rosen criminal trial is challenged in 5-page letter

    10/01/2007 9:35:33 PM PDT · by doug from upland · 42 replies · 823+ views
    DFU ^ | Oct. 1, 2007 | DFU
    Some of you may remember the acquittal of Hillary's campaign finance chairman, David Rosen, in May 2005. The judge who presided was the Clinton-appointed A. Howard Matz. Many strange anomalies occured during the trial, and some people believe the trial could be named the Los Angeles Black Sox Trial. Of course, there have been many of those, haven't there? After my visit today to the FBI, I stopped at an office for several hours of business, then I paid a visit to the courtroom of one A. Howard Matz to drop off a 5-page letter into his mailbox.
  • FREE REPUBLIC EXCLUSIVE: Hillary campaign treasurer to be reported to the FBI in Los Angeles

    09/29/2007 2:31:12 PM PDT · by doug from upland · 206 replies · 1,437+ views
    This afternoon, I spoke with a field agent of the FBI in Los Angeles. In broad daylight, a major campaign finance fraud was committed, and no one seems to want to do anything about it. After hearing the story, I was invited to come in on Monday to speak to a field agent. I'll be there. This is being posted in advance so that you are all aware of what is going to happen. Perhaps you can help keep their feet to the fire. They will be shown the conciliation agreement with Hillary treasurer Andrew Grossman. He signed a conciliation...
  • Did The Clinton Appointed Judge Intentionally Throw the Rosen Trial To Protect Hillary?

    09/23/2007 9:58:03 AM PDT · by doug from upland · 12 replies · 204+ views
    peterfpaul.com ^ | 9-23-07 | peter f. paul
    Did The Clinton Appointed Judge Intentionally Throw the Rosen Trial To Protect Hillary? Did Clinton-appointed federal Judge Matz, intentionally unchallenged by the DOJ prosecutor, throw the David Rosen criminal case to protect Hillary Clinton?Hillary Clinton’s campaign finance director, David Rosen, was acquitted in his criminal trial in Los Angeles in May of 2005. The lead prosecutor was a 20-year veteran of the Justice Department, Peter Zeidenberg, chief trial attorney for the Office of Public Integrity responsible for all DOJ prosecutions of political cases .Zeidenberg was, coincidentally, the prosecutor who gave a very forceful closing statement in the criminal trial...
  • Did Clinton-appointed federal judge and prosecutor throw Rosen criminal case to protect Hillary?

    09/20/2007 11:57:03 AM PDT · by doug from upland · 16 replies · 184+ views
    various sources ^ | 9-20-07 | dfu
    Did Clinton-appointed federal judge and prosecutor throw the David Rosen criminal case to protect Hillary Clinton? Hillary Clinton's campaign finance chairman, David Rosen, was aquitted in his criminal trial in Los Angeles in May of 2005. The lead prosecutor was a 20-year veteran of the Justice Department, Peter Zeidenberg. Zeidenberg was, coincidentally, the prosecutor who gave a very forceful closing statement in the criminal trial that saw Lewis "Scooter" Libby convicted for lying under oath about a matter that was not a crime. The conduct of the judge and prosecutor during the criminal case of Rosen should have people questioning...
  • KIDS ASK DOUG FROM UPLAND about Hillary's Campaign Finance Fraud: No. 4 - Judge A. Howard Matz

    05/09/2007 7:11:37 PM PDT · by doug from upland · 9 replies · 874+ views
    HILLCAP.ORG NOTE: this is No. 4 in a series of letters as I answer children's questions about Hillary Clinton's campaign finance fraud. No. 1 - HOWARD WOLFSON No. 2 - JIM LEVIN No. 3 - CHELSEA CLINTON============================================================================= Dear Doug from Upland, My mom's girlfriend moved in right after she kicked out dad. Her girlfriend Amy is a lawyer and Amy heard that you were saying some stuff about a judge that wasn't very nice. It was the judge in the trial of that Rosen guy in Los Angeles. Amy says that you shouldn't say bad things about judges. We...
  • Liberal Lunatic of the Day (5/12/2005) Judge A. Howard Matz

    05/12/2005 8:28:31 AM PDT · by Beckwith · 3 replies · 2,206+ views
    Liberal Lunacy ^ | 5/12/2005 | Beckwith
    A. Howard Matz, U.S. District Judge for the Central District of California at Los Angeles, is presiding over the trial of Hillary Clinton finance chairman David Rosen.  Rosen is facing three counts of causing false statements to be filed with the Federal Election Commission in connection with an August 2000 Hollywood gala fund-raiser that Peter Paul produced for Hillary Clinton's 2000 Senate campaign.  The government says Mr. Rosen reported that the event cost at most about $400,000.  Prosecutors contend the real cost was $1.1 million. Judge Matz began the legal process by blasting Senator Hillary Clinton's key accuser, Peter...
  • CA: Judge throws out $700 million jury award in Executive Life suit

    10/05/2005 3:03:47 PM PDT · by calcowgirl · 3 replies · 366+ views
    AP - San Diego Union-Tribune ^ | Oct 5, 2005 | ALEX VEIGA
    LOS ANGELES (AP) -- A federal judge has thrown out a $700 million punitive damages award won by the state of California in a lawsuit stemming from the takeover of failed insurer Executive Life by French investors. U.S. District Court Judge A. Howard Matz concluded Tuesday that the state's Department of Insurance was not entitled to receive the $700 million awarded by jurors in July as part of their judgment against French company Artemis SA, according to a summary of the order posted on the court's Web site. "This order addresses only the question of whether plaintiff (Insurance Commissioner) John...
  • CA: Executive Life jury finds firm conspired against state, clears French magnate

    05/14/2005 5:16:10 PM PDT · by calcowgirl · 8 replies · 379+ views
    AP via San Diego Union-Tribune ^ | May 11, 2005 | Alex Veiga
    LOS ANGELES – A federal judge urged both sides to resolve their differences after a jury found that a French company owned by billionaire Francois Pinault conspired to defraud California regulators as part of a scheme to take over failed insurer Executive Life. However, while ruling on the state's lawsuit, the jury cleared Pinault himself of any involvement in the scheme. Jurors also considered three allegations that the firm, Artemis SA, had caused harm to Executive Life policyholders. They found in favor of the defense on two of those counts. The rulings carried no immediate financial judgments. U.S. District Judge...
  • Democrats Keep Legislative Seat in South Texas Special Election

    05/07/2003 1:24:13 PM PDT · by Theodore R. · 4 replies · 197+ views
    Corpus Christi Caller-Times ^ | 05-07-03 | Collins, Quincy C.
    Escobar succeeds Rangel in Dist. 43 He beats Matz to keep seat in Kingsville By Quincy C. Collins Caller-Times May 7, 2003 KINGSVILLE - Democrat Juan M. Escobar, from Kingsville won Texas House District 43 in a runoff election Tuesday, replacing Irma Rangel, another Democrat from Kingsville who held the seat for more than 25 years and helped shaped Texas politics. Escobar, received 62 percent - or 5,363 votes - to Harlingen Republican James R. Matz' 37 percent - or 3,209 votes, according to complete unofficial returns. "This is about the people of District 43, not about Juan Esbocar," Escobar...