GREAT News: Fed. Judge rules FOR Jesse Trentadue's Case to have OKC Bombing Security Videos Examined!Submitted by AnCapMercenary on Wed, 09/11/2013 - 20:22
By Dennis Romboy, Deseret News
Published: Mon, Sept. 9 12:58 p.m. MDT
SALT LAKE CITY — A Salt Lake attorney who contends the FBI is hiding surveillance video associated with the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing might see his case go trial.
U.S. District Judge Clark Waddoups denied the government's motion to dismiss the case Monday and ordered both sides to prepare for a bench trial. He scheduled a status hearing for Nov. 21, at which a trial date will be set.
"This is a significant ruling," said Jesse Trentadue, who has spent years trying to get the tapes. "There's no doubt that evidence exists. The question then becomes why can't you find it. The obvious answer is you don't want to find it."
** Is there something in the air? Or has Cosmic Justice grown some ginormous ones, lately?
As if I need to explain to DP r3VOL here, but still, isn't it always hilariously telling (not to mention, obvious acts of evasion to avoid guilt), that the very thing that govt terrorist lawyers ALWAYS stand against, is when citizens try to uncover the evidence that the government hold in their possession, and are HIDING??
OKC Cover Up begins to unravel, thanks to the tireless efforts of one pissed off lawyer brother of the FBI-torture-murdered victim: Jesse Trentadue!
Perfect news, on Sept. 11th, no less! Okay so it was posted on the 9th, but it's new to me so... it's actually newS to me.D
In another news... irony of ironies: student loan default rate rising at the very Ivy League schools that graduate those who routinely occupy the economic policy power centers in DC and NYC, who love arrogantly dictating the world on what/how a 'sound' economic system 'should' operate. LOLOLOL!
Observe, failing upwards; the irony in numbers:
Posted by Robert Wenzel
12:51 PM, Wednesday, September 11, 2013
Default rates at the top U.S. News & World Report ranked colleges
Source: U.S. Department of Education
*This column displays the percentage of the schools’ borrowers who entered repayment on federal student loans between October 2008 through September 2009 and who defaulted before September 30, 2011.
Robert Wenzel adds:
These rates are, however, much lower than the national average. The national average for the same period is 13.4%, according to the Education Department. There is an edge to being an elitist.
Market Watch: Even Ivy Leaguers default on student loans
How the top-ranked schools fare when it comes to student debt
Sept. 11, 2013, 10:32 a.m. EDT
** Their only consolation prize is, that their rate of default is still much lower than the national average; hey, they tell themselves that they're better than the rest: guess as long as they fail WITHIN their own clique, they still get to keep their membership card, eh?