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  • 1. Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton (D-NY): In addition to her long and sordid ethics record, Senator Hillary Clinton took a lot of heat in 2007 – and rightly so – for blocking the release her official White House records. Many suspect these records contain a treasure trove of information related to her role in a number of serious Clinton-era scandals. Moreover, in March 2007, Judicial Watch filed an ethics complaint against Senator Clinton for filing false financial disclosure forms with the U.S. Senate (again). And Hillary’s top campaign contributor, Norman Hsu, was exposed as a felon and a fugitive from justice in 2007. Hsu pleaded guilt to one count of grand theft for defrauding investors as part of a multi-million dollar Ponzi scheme. 8. Senator Barack Obama (D-IL): A “Dishonorable Mention” last year, Senator Obama moves onto the “ten most wanted” list in 2007. In 2006, it was discovered that Obama was involved in a suspicious real estate deal with an indicted political fundraiser, Antoin “Tony” Rezko. In 2007, more reports surfaced of deeper and suspicious business and political connections It was reported that just two months after he joined the Senate, Obama purchased $50,000 worth of stock in speculative companies whose major investors were his biggest campaign contributors. One of the companies was a biotech concern that benefited from legislation Obama pushed just two weeks after the senator purchased $5,000 of the company’s shares. Obama was also nabbed conducting campaign business in his Senate office, a violation of federal law.
  • Um... Nixon? FYI: "A three-term Republican congressman who is the Arizona chairman for John McCain’s presidential campaign has been indicted by a federal grand jury for conspiracy, extortion, money laundering and wire fraud." THANKS FOR THE NEW RESOURCE!!!
  • I can't say, because your link is broken. If Dick Cheney isn't on that list, then the list is garbage anyway. --------------------------------- @kpk02: thanks for the link. This list has a dead man (John Murtha) on it! Earlier lists contain non-politicians (like Scooter Libby), but no list ever had Cheney on it. So the list itself is corrupt and totally biased against democrats. I will henceforth ignore it. They put Obama on the list, so I have to say that yes, I will almost certainly vote for someone on that list. .
  • Judicial watch is a Republican website. Shocking that they would criticize Clinton isn't it? Also shocking that you would know this isn't it?
  • WHAT DO YOU EXPECT FROM LIBERAL DEMOCRATS?
  • DO you have a link? I would like to read this. Thanks!:)
  • I think that applies to all politicians. Republicans just have a knack of accusing their opponents of associations for acts they have already done. McCain's associations: CHARLES KEATING McCain’s former close friend Charles Keating, who is a convicted felon and was found guilty of conspiracy, racketeering and fraud in the “Keating Five” conspiracy. In 1989, a Senate Ethics Committee found McCain guilty of using “poor judgment” in this controversy. Read more: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Keating_5 G. GORDON LIDDY McCain is close friends with G. Gordon Liddy, who was convicted of conspiracy, burglary and illegal wiretapping as part of the Watergate conspiracy. Liddy served more than 4 years in prison for these crimes. Liddy calls McCain an “old friend” and McCain has appeared on Liddy’s radio program as recently as May 2008. Liddy has contributed more than $5000 to McCain’s campaigns over the years, and held a McCain fundraiser at his home, too. Read more: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/G._Gordon_L... INDIAN GAMBLING INDUSTRY and JACK ABRAMOFF McCain “counts casino executives among his close friends and prolific fundraisers” reported the New York Times, that called McCain “the father of Indian gambling.” McCain has led the passage of legislation that has been very beneficial to the Indian gambling industry. Read more: http://www.nytimes.com/2008/09/28/us/pol... DUKE TULLY The godfather of one of McCain’s children and close friend, Duke Tully, who served as McCain’s PR man and lied about his own military achievements that he concocted. Read more: http://www.azcentral.com/news/election/mccain/articles/2007/03/01/20070301mccainbio-chapter6.html RICHARD QUINN. McCain payed $20,000 a month to this political consultant, a neo-Confederate, who was one of the leaders of the state's pro-flag faction. Editor in chief of Southern Partisan, a magazine that published apologias for slavery and sold paraphernalia celebrating the assassination of Abraham Lincoln. McCain describes Quinn as "a man of integrity" who wasn't responsible for what appeared in his own magazine. REP RICK RENZI (R-AZ) indicted for extortion, wire fraud, money laundering and other charges related to a land deal in Arizona.. Renzi has been good friends with John McCain for years. http://www.dailykos.com/story/2008/2/15/85831/2516/354/457290 Most of these people have been convicted of crimes.
  • i'm no longer a repub yet once you care to look up that Keating ingredient, McCain became got here across harmless alongside with democrat John Glenn and all the different those that have been in on it have been all democrats. Ayers became a time-honored chum of Obama's. Sorry to make a mistake your little accusation yet you infants would desire to learn till now you're making a fool of your self at here returned. I see the desperation on your question reason you already know that Obama is dropping the election. President McCain has already gained.
  • Wow people in both parties lie. There are criminals in both parties. It's not every republican, much like it's not every democrat. Politicians get greedy and think they are above the law, on both sides. Chris Dodd, and Pelosi have a few things to answer too and that's just a scratch on the head.
  • I you really this ignorant or are you acting. Approximately half the country is republican and you are saying we are all in legal trouble? Come on. Most of the convicts have said they will vote for Obama I guess that makes more democrats in legal trouble than republicans.
  • Should we list the legal troubles of the democrats? Is this really the discussion you want to have?
  • That's one good thing about Obama. His resume is a blank page.
  • What about democrats Barack Obama: Drugs, terrorism
  • You must be talking about these guys: http://www.ncgop.org/sites/corruption/
  • are you talking about charlie rangle?lol
  • harry reed you sneaky devil,you are doing it again.....
  • Along the newly fenced Mexican border, dangerous and heavily armed groups are increasingly smuggling people as well as dope — and U.S. border investigators must dedicate more time to dismantle their organizations, according to a Government Accounting Office report released to Congress Thursday. Though Congress has increased the Border Patrol to an all-time high of 20,000 officers, a small cadre of specialized federal investigators assigned to Immigration & Customs Enforcement devotes 16 percent of its time to probing the netherworld of border smuggling. And some border specialists have gotten stuck shuffling detainees instead of pursuing criminal leads, according to the GAO report presented Thursday to the U.S. House's border subcommittee. Zetas branch out The U.S-Mexican human smuggling business generates billions, but ICE agents have never managed to seize more than $17 million a year in smugglers' assets, Richard M. Stana, director of the GAO's Homeland Security and Justice Issues office, told the committee. He called those results "tepid." A decade ago, 90 percent of Mexicans and other would-be illegal migrants crossed into the U.S. without using so-called coyotes, Stana said. But with a new wall and twice as many border agents, they increasingly use professional smugglers. That has meant higher prices charged by the smugglers, which attracted organized crime gangs to a business once dominated by less-violent operations rooted in migrant communities. On the Texas border, the Zetas, the vicious former enforcers of the Gulf Cartel narcotics smuggling organization, have branched into the human smuggling trade. "As we've done more to secure our borders, alien smuggling organizations have increasingly become more bold, violent and dangerous," subcommittee chairman Henry Cuellar, D-Laredo, said Thursday. "Particularly troubling is the potential for these organizations to smuggle terrorists into our country." Signs of sophisticated, highly armed and well-financed smuggling operations and related kidnapping and extortion rings have emerged in all U.S.-Mexico border towns, as well as large cities like Houston and Phoenix. In Arizona, a pre-dawn battle between human smugglers and gangsters killed 21 people on July 1 in the Sonoran desert south of Nogales. In Houston, agents rescued 11 immigrants held at gunpoint in a house by one violent group of coyotes in 2009 and later dismantled a network of 14 illicit transportation companies used by smuggling rings. Inspiration from Arizona The GAO report suggests the U.S. government look to Arizona for inspiration on how to disrupt smugglers' financial networks. At the hearing, Arizona Attorney General Terry Goddard described how he's worked to cut off money to criminal groups, successfully targeting used car lots, money transfer agencies, travel agents, drop houses and other businesses linked to smuggling and money laundering. In an interview, Tre Rebstock, an ICE agent who is president of the local officers' union in Houston, said agents would "love to see more resources" for smuggling operations across the Southwest. "Anyone in investigative work will tell you 'Follow the money' anytime you want to know what's going on," he said. "I would love to see them track these people by their money. No one likes to be separated from their money." http://www.chron.com/disp/story.mpl/nati...
  • Mexican soldiers fought late-night gunbattles with gangs who forced citizens from their cars and used the vehicles to block streets in a city across the border from Texas. The Nuevo Laredo city government posted messages on Facebook warning citizens to stay indoors as the battles erupted at several intersections Wednesday night. City officials on Thursday said they could not immediately confirm witness reports that several gunmen were killed. Gangs used stolen cars and buses to block several main avenues in the city across from Laredo, Texas. Several residents called local newspapers to report thefts. "For your security, stay in your homes until the alert has passed," the city government wrote on Facebook. When the violence subsided, the government urged citizens to come forward and reclaim their stolen vehicles. Nuevo Laredo is among several northern cities under siege from a turf battle between the Gulf cartel and its former enforcers, the Zetas gang of hit men. Violence has surged along the northeastern border with the United States since the two gangs split earlier this year. Gangs have frequently blocked streets in the middle of the cities to thwart soldiers coming to the aid of colleagues under fire. In the northern state of Chihuahua, a banner appeared on a bridge threatening violence against "innocents" unless the state government fires its chief of police intelligence, Fernando Ornelas, the Diario de Juarez newspaper reported Thursday. The banner appeared in the state capital, also called Chihuahua. Last week, drug gangs introduced a new threat to Mexico's drug war, detonating their first successful car bomb. The attack killed a federal police officer and two others in Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua's largest city. Yes nobody in these border towns are worried and dismiss the Gulf cartel and its former enforcers, the Zetas gang of hit men. Violence has surged along the northeastern border with the United States since the two gangs split earlier this year.I don't know what planet these people live in but this is reality and it already has spilled over into the US.To say the the entire border is safer than fort knox is truly living in denial.They say it is so safe because none of them live in these areas. they go talk to the people at the border and ask them what they think.its easy to say no problems when supporters live thousands of miles away from it all.Of course all the kidnappings, drophouses, people held against their will is simply the norm to those who support Mexico as this is an accepted practice and people must do what they must do to feed their familes
  • Well .. the videos from the border patrol cameras kind of tell the story without saying a word. Drug packs being smuggled in with gun toting Hispanic Nationalists leading and following to make delivery certain. I would say they told the story about border crime for certain. If, in fact, the AZ law doesn't fly, the appeals court may be a little more concerned, hopefully. Most Americans have not seen these videos, but have been told of them. Seeing is the key to believing.
  • With the Mexican Government supporting the smuggling processes, and the Obama Administration, (like the Bush Administration before it) NOT enforcing the laws, we got the rewards. Someone is going to control the Mexican Border. The U.S. The Mexican Mafia. A combination of the Mexican Mafia and the corrupt Mexican Government. YouTube on Mexican Illegals http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F7gFbQgCe... Video 1 http://www.wsbtv.com/video/23438021/inde... Video 2 http://www.wsbtv.com/video/23438712/inde... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kh1OvXTpxJQ&feature=related
  • I agree with Don. Go and see actual crime reports because there are a lot of lies out there on illegal immigration, especially in Arizona. They keep telling us that "crime is spilling over", but crime reports and Sheriff's near the border say the opposite. Crime Rates Down in Arizona According to ABC News, federal statistics show that crime is decreasing in most valley cities and across the United States. The recently released 2009 statistics show the crime rates for all the various types of crimes. Valley cities in particular have seen a large drop in the number of murder crimes and the number of robbery crimes. http://phoenixcriminallawnews.com/2010/05/crime-rates-down-in-arizona.html
  • That's your problem! you listen to crooked law makers and not actual reports and analysts. Violence is not up on Arizona border despite Mexican drug war Read more: http://www.azcentral.com/news/articles/2010/05/02/20100502arizona-border-violence-mexico.html#ixzz0uXhRXtrw Arizona crime is down - Arizona Crime Reports. http://www.azdps.gov/About/Reports/Crime_In_Arizona/
  • In February 6th of 2013 my husband was arrested, he was charged with 2 counts of money laundering, trafficking with stolen property and gang affiliation. My husband has gone to prison for DUI before, so if he was convicted he was looking at a minimum of 3.5 years. After him being in there for 3 months our current attorney put in a Dessureault Hearing, because my husband did not commit any crime, in fact he doesn't even know any of the people involved. After all this is dismissed, should he sue? If so, how much can he sue for?I have spent over $12K in attorney fees, and many more things Additional information A few details I did not include were when my husband was arrested inside of a grocery store, they never read him his Miranda rights, I asked multiple times, why he was being arrested and they never answered. If we wouldn't have hired an attorney till this day we would not really known why he was arrested. Another thing I did not mention was that, the Police department arrested him on the assumption that he was the son of the registered vehicle owner, because they share the same last name, but the reality is that my husband is the only one from his family not to have his father's last name but his mother. Lastly, the police report said that they took pictures of my husband, but when they produced the picture, you could not see anything only a glary picture of a vehicle in front of the sun. before I hired my attorney, he was convinced that there was more, but no, the truth is that there is nothing more then the Detective saying that when he went to his office, he was shown a picture and I quote "after shown a picture, I immediately recognized (my husband) as the driver" It happens to be that we were out of the state when all this happened, but we didn't have pictures to prove it.
  • 1. Unlikely he can sue unless he can prove the State made up or fabricated the evidence against him. But if the arrest was back in February then the Judge has already found probable cause to justify the State filing charges, meaning there is enough evidence against him to proceed to trial. Even if the charges are dismissed you would not have grounds for a lawsuit...you cannot file suit simply because of a dismissal. You would have to prove fabrication or malicious intent on the part of the officers. 2. Miranda never has to be read at the time of arrest, it only applies to post arrest interrogations. So the fact that it was not read when he was arrested is irrelevant, so is the fact that they didn't tell you what the charges were, the police had no legal obligation to do that. 3. These should all be questions for your lawyer anyway.
  • For one, just because he was arrested, does not mean Miranda rights have to be given. This is what happens when people watch to much TV! When he was questioned, that's when he is to be read his Miranda rights. So, you have nothing on that. Sorry, but there is more to this than what you are stating. Money laundering can happen anywhere...not just in a store or does a vehicle have to be required. Sorry, but your husband probably did this. You have no case.
  • Anyone who thinks they will get a better answer here than they would from the lawyer they are already paying for answers and advice either needs to wise up or get a new lawyer. The advice you get here will worth exactly what you pay for it.
  • In February 6th of 2013 my husband was arrested, he was charged with 2 counts of money laundering, trafficking with stolen property and gang affiliation. My husband has gone to prison for DUI before, so if he was convicted he was looking at a minimum of 3.5 years. After him being in there for 3 months our current attorney put in a Dessureault Hearing, because my husband did not commit any crime, in fact he doesn't even know any of the people involved. After all this is dismissed, should he sue? If so, how much can he sue for?I have spent over $12K in attorney fees, and many more things Additional information A few details I did not include were when my husband was arrested inside of a grocery store, they never read him his Miranda rights, I asked multiple times, why he was being arrested and they never answered. If we wouldn't have hired an attorney till this day we would not really known why he was arrested. Another thing I did not mention was that, the Police department arrested him on the assumption that he was the son of the registered vehicle owner, because they share the same last name, but the reality is that my husband is the only one from his family not to have his father's last name but his mother. Lastly, the police report said that they took pictures of my husband, but when they produced the picture, you could not see anything only a glary picture of a vehicle in front of the sun. before I hired my attorney, he was convinced that there was more, but no, the truth is that there is nothing more then the Detective saying that when he went to his office, he was shown a picture and I quote "after shown a picture, I immediately recognized (my husband) as the driver" It happens to be that we were out of the state when all this happened, but we didn't have pictures to prove it.
  • You have an attorney who is owed 12 K so ask him what shall we do and take it on a contingency basis of 60 / 40 split if he wins you get 60% he gets 40%.
  • I am not convinced that the charges are going to be dismissed based on what you're telling me. The officers are not required to tell him why he was being charged or read him his miranda rights in the situation you described. A 'Dessureault Hearing' deals procedural problems dealing with photo-identificaion of suspects. I've attached a link to a particularly clear Yahoo Answer that describes what that hearing deal with. Even if they determine that an identification was made in error that doesn't mean the case is automatically dismissed and other evidence could convict him. Regardless, you should talk to an attorney about a possible lawsuit. I will say that it is incredibly difficult to successfully sue for false imprisonment--you'd have to prove that they not only falsely held your husband, but that they knowingly did so with malice.
  • somewhat the in ordinary words human being who might want to gauge even if you've a case or if any money would properly be made or a minimum of your expenditures reimbursed...may be an lawyer who has been efficient in suing the community authorities - it doesn't remember how a lot you've spent on your husband legal prices to date, that is merely the fee of being interior the incorrect position on the right time. remember the police arrest 1000's of folk a three hundred and sixty 5 days, little question a percentage is bogus prices and fines, so if suing the police branch became helpful - you'd be reading about new circumstances interior the newspapers prevalent.
  • Sure, if you want to know what REAL dirt the State of Arizona have on your husband, then sue them! It'll come out in the trial....Sounds to me like because of what they already have they suspected hubby was a much bigger fish, but have engineered letting him go so he can go back to whatever it is he was doing that gave them "cause for concern" (they ALWAYS go back) so that he can lead them to whoever they were really after!
  • I think that in order to have a case, you'd have to be able to prove that the police knowingly and willfully held your husband in custody although they believed him to be innocent. If the police acted in good faith, and thought he was involved, and took him into custody during the course of an investigation (which I'm sure they would maintain) it would be very difficult to collect any damages from the state. I'm not a lawyer, but it makes sense that you would have to prove that he was deliberately detained in spite of evidence of his innocence.
  • lol not in arizona
  • In February 6th of 2013 my husband was arrested, he was charged with 2 counts of money laundering, trafficking with stolen property and gang affiliation. My husband has gone to prison for DUI before, so if he was convicted he was looking at a minimum of 3.5 years. After him being in there for 3 months our current attorney put in a Dessureault Hearing, because my husband did not commit any crime, in fact he doesn't even know any of the people involved. After all this is dismissed, should he sue? If so, how much can he sue for?I have spent over $12K in attorney fees, and many more things.
  • Additional information A few details I did not include were when my husband was arrested inside of a grocery store, they never read him his Miranda rights, I asked multiple times, why he was being arrested and they never answered. If we wouldn't have hired an attorney till this day we would not really known why he was arrested. Another thing I did not mention was that, the Police department arrested him on the assumption that he was the son of the registered vehicle owner, because they share the same last name, but the reality is that my husband is the only one from his family not to have his father's last name but his mother. Lastly, the police report said that they took pictures of my husband, but when they produced the picture, you could not see anything only a glary picture of a vehicle in front of the sun.
  • Additional information A few details I did not include were when my husband was arrested inside of a grocery store, they never read him his Miranda rights, I asked multiple times, why he was being arrested and they never answered. If we wouldn't have hired an attorney till this day we would not really known why he was arrested. Another thing I did not mention was that, the Police department arrested him on the assumption that he was the son of the registered vehicle owner, because they share the same last name, but the reality is that my husband is the only one from his family not to have his father's last name but his mother. Lastly, the police report said that they took pictures of my husband, but when they produced the picture, you could not see anything only a glary picture of a vehicle in front of the sun.
  • sorry for some reason the question was put in twice, but before I hired my attorney, he was convinced that there was more, but no, the truth is that there is nothing more then the Detective saying that when he went to his office, he was shown a picture and I quote "after shown a picture, I immediately recognized (my husband) as the driver" It happens to be that we were out of the state when all this happened, but we didn't have pictures to prove it.
  • That is NOT false imprisonment. Even if he wins a Dessurault hearing, that merely means that any identification process was unduly suggestive, and bars that identification from use at trial. It does not dismiss the charges unless that is the ONLY evidence that is available. Given the charges at hand, I'd find that pretty unlikely. For charges of that nature, a grand jury would have been involved. They obviously found sufficient evidence to warrant a trial, so a single eye witness is not that compelling, nor vital to the case. In any event, it is not false imprisonment if he was arrested and charged in good faith. If the state had to pay every time they lost a court case, it would bankrupt them. They are protected by sovereign immunity unless there is clear evidence of major negligence or malice.
  • Really the only person who could gauge whether or not you have a case or if any money can be made or at least your expenses reimbursed...would be an attorney who has been successful in suing the local authorities - It doesn't matter how much you have spent on your husband legal fees to date, that's just the cost of being in the wrong place at the right time. Remember the police arrest thousands of people a year, no doubt a percentage is bogus charges and fines, so if suing the police department was worthwhile - you'd be reading about new cases in the newspapers everyday.
  • I don't think anyone can tell from the info you supplied. There is a pretty easy way to find out though. Go talk to an attorney who will work on the case and paid only if you win. They will have a great sense of whether or not he thinks you have a good case. If in fact your husband was arrested and there is literally no evidence that links him to the crime, then you might have a claim. But it's unlikely they would arrest him without probable cause...well that's why lawyers work on a contingency basis. Bring the info to the lawyer, he'll look it over and let you know. Without facts there's no way anyone can even guess.
  • Don't quote me on this, but in most cases if you sue, then the state will normally settle. My dad is a professor in civil engineering with a focus is transportation, so he often gets pulled into court to explain the reasoning behind a stop sign or distance before a stop light or blind spots an so on. He says that even when the state department of transportation normally settles even when they should win just because it will cost them attorney fees and the slight chance of losing is not worth it. (They get sued a lot) As long as you have a valid case and its anything like the department if transportation then yes, you should sue. It's also important to find out how much the attorney fees will cost and how much you could win.
  • I was falsely arrested once and when I spoke to an attorney he told me that if there was no malicious intent there could be no lawsuit. Now, my situation certainly wasn't as serious as your husband's is, but I would guess the premise is the same. If the officials in Arizona had what they believed was reasonable cause to arrest him, it's up to him to prove he's innocent and his reward for that will get him out of jail.
  • i'm no longer confident that the fees are going to be skipped over in step with what you're telling me. The officers are no longer required to tell him why he became into being charged or examine him his miranda rights interior the region you defined. A 'Dessureault listening to' bargains procedural problems coping with photograph-identificaion of suspects. i've got related a link to an quite sparkling Yahoo answer that describes what that listening to attend to. whether they make certain that an identity became into made in errors that does no longer advise the case is immediately skipped over and different data would desire to convict him. Regardless, you are able to communicate over with an criminal expert a pair of feasible lawsuit. i visit declare that it is extremely difficult to effectively sue for fake imprisonment--you are able to would desire to instruct that they no longer basically falsely held your husband, yet that they knowingly did so with malice.
  • 49% of Tucson population commiting 95% of crime. 9 of 10 tucson news crime stories. Destruction or vandalism of desert cacti by cutting or gang graffiti. Filth in the desert with soiled plastic diapers, other non-biodegrable garbage. Overwhelming of Tucson hospital OB departments with no monitary reimbursment. Speeding of the destruction of Earth by overpopulation. Tucson taxpayers paying for over crowded classrooms. Tucson citizens paying for food bank support. What do these things have in common?
  • I hear you. Mexican illegals are invaders. They use Arizona for trafficking people and drugs. They use Arizona to launder their money. They steal jobs from Americans. And yeah they literally poop in the yards and on the ranches of property owners on the border. It's a disgrace. Then the people who live in the state have to pay higher taxes to feed, clothe, and educate their endless amount of kids. You'd be laughed out of Mexico if you went there and demanded bilingual education for your American kids. But here it's as if we owe them something. Here in northwest Florida our crime, infrastructure decay, and culture rot are due to the trayvons. Not many Mexicans here.
  • Let's analyze this. 49% of Tucson population committing (not commiting) 95% of crime? Tucson has a population of 525,796, so that means that about 262.500 are committing crimes. That means when walking down the street, in school, at the mall, almost every person you'll meet is a criminal. Should make it easy for the police to find criminals in Tucson.
  • So nearly 1/2 of the population of Tucson is out there destroying the landscape. I would love to see statistical support of your claim. I seriously doubt 1/2 the city is wandering about destroying the city.
  • I googled your question for statistics on Arizona and cant even find this state on the list for the worst crimes for large medium or small cities in the US. So you have access to a different kind of rating? The least you could have done was include a link. I have found out that some urban areas have a high incidence of property crime but other crimes are much lower , other crimes of murder, etc.
  • The government's solution? Hey, lets just legalize them all! This country is so screwed!
  • I'd call it vandalism. Those Mex's don't want to destroy their new homeland
  • In the state of Arizona, how much time would you be sentenced with for money laundering. Also how much probation time. On that note, I believe you're expunged of crimes on your record if you're charged as a juvenile; is this true in the state mentioned above? Any useless answers will be removed without me giving thought to them.
  • Apology in advance if my answer is useless. It all depends on whether it is in the first, second or third degree, which is not stated in the question. It will also depend on your age and whether you will be charged as an adult or a minor. It also depends on past criminal record and other circumstances.
  • "Any useless answers will be removed without me giving thought to them" Stop being an assshole before people even try to help you It would depend on the Court System where it is tried is it considered a Federal Crime or just local? Again depends on what court as to the Juvie or Adult charges. You need a Lawyer either way, get one.
  • It's cute that you think you can remove answers. Anyway, Einstein, this is a federal crime. And if convicted as a juvenile, it is never "expunged" but is on your record forever. True, it is "sealed" but is still available to law enforcement, the military, and the government, just not the general public. But it is still there.
  • money laundering is a federal crime. stiff fines and five or more years in prison are the usual punishments i see in the press
  • Juvenile records are not expunged, they are sealed Different.
  • Consult a lawyer who can review your case and advise you of your options. Okay, you can remove my useless post now.
  • Republican Rep. Rick Renzi was charged Friday with extortion, wire fraud, money laundering and other crimes in an Arizona land swap that authorities say helped him collect hundreds of thousands of dollars in payoffs. ADVERTISEMENT A 26-page federal indictment unsealed in Tucson accuses Renzi and a former business partner of extortion and conspiring to promote the sale of land that buyers could swap for property owned by the federal government.
  • They're all crooks. Both Parties.
  • Scooter Libby was "indicted" too, but the charges never stuck. The only thing they could get him on was the perjury entrapment game--which means he walked in innocent and walked out an idiot with a fine. What surprises me is that liberals are quiet about the criminals on the left, such as Alcee Hastings and "cold hard cash" Jefferson of Louisiana. Or what about all of those Chinese businessmen funneling money through American citizens to the Clinton campaign? Surely you don't think that so many minimum wage chinese dishwashers can REALLY afford to kiss $1000 away for a political contribution? (Have you ever actually met a person who donates that much money? $3 on the tax return I've seen. But who in the world is donating these larger amounts? Most people would rather buy a new I-phone.)
  • We should not be surprised just look at the Republicans in the news over the last few years: Jack Abramoff, Randy"Duke"Cunningham, Tom "The Hammer" Delay, Ted "Bridge to nowhere" Stevens, Mark"I like them Young" Foley,Katherine "Cat Eyes" Harris, Bill " I better get out now before they get me " Frist, Charles Taylor, Rick Renzi, Roy Blunt, Conrad Burns, Rick Santorum, Tom Feeney, Dick Pombo and a couple of Dems Maxine Waters, and William "The Freezer" Jefferson Oh My! I forgot about Scooter, and the gang Rove VP-Shooter Cheney
  • Why focus on the Republicans..why don't you call out your own like William Jefferson (bribe) and John murtha (ABSCAM) or Alcee Hastings ( disbarred judge for taking bribes while on the bench)? Both parties have those who come to DC for one thing to.. get rich. For every 1 who is arrested there are 2-3 behind them who work hard and represent their constituents with honor. This is America we give people who make "mistakes" a 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th chance or we just elect them to Government.
  • I'm always happy when corruption is rooted out. It is good for our nation. Leave it to liberals to politicize it. But while we are: Our local Democratic sheriff just got elected over long-time Republican incumbent last year. He just received a laundry list of indictments ranging from extortion to hiring armed felons to harrass foreign business owners into giving him bribes. All in one year. Last year, several high-ranking law-makers in our state were brought down in a federal sting, including one local Democrat who had been in office for over 20 years.
  • same as Harry Reid, only Reid was promoted in the Democratic party. The Republicans who found themselves in trouble are either kicked out or pressured to leave. Democrats (Murtha-ABSCAM, Reid-Land Deal, Jefferson-Bribe) were either promoted to a high level in the party or, as in Jefferson's case, simply left alone. I am outraged by any politician who is stealing, but why are the Liberals OK with their own? Why do Liberals think that the Democrats will always do the right thing with our (er, oops, someone else's) money?
  • Neocons love money and will do anything for it. William Jefferson (D) is also guilty and should have been in prison by now. I wonder will thsi guy (Renzi ) will pull a Duke Cunningham and cry-me-a-river on national TV.
  • The most interesting part is that media don't usually even bother reporting Democrats who are crooks. I'm not sure if this is because a crooked Democrat is a "dog bites man" story, or because doing so would totally strip the planets of trees in order to print the reports.
  • What was the name of the US Rep from Louisiana with all the money stored in the freezer?
  • Repub and Dem crooks have taken over
  • MCCAIN’S CLOSE FAMILY LINKS TO ORGANIZED CRIME THE BONANNO FAMILY Why did Governor Romney not bring up strongly Senator McCain’s links to organized crime? It is a great pity that Governor Romney has stepped down from the race without using his voice to bring to light what a betrayer and fraud Senator McCain is and has been. Today major arrests have been made of Gambino family members in the United States and in Europe. The Gambino and Bonanno families (McCain’s pal Joe ‘Bannanas’ Bonanno (d. 2002 in Tuscon, AZ) and Gambino were members of ‘The Commission’ –the grouping of the Capi di Capi or heads of families) go back to the beginning of the Mafia in the United States and have profited together from all manner of illegal activities–drugs, gambling, extortion, prositution, money laundering, frauds, murder. But the Mainstream Media gives Senator McCain a pass on all his history, ignores the voices in Arizona that have organized a campaign to recall the Senator from Washington and remove him from his position. Why? Are the reporters, editors and publishers so lazy and so corrupted that they are willing, by their silence, to continue to give creedance to McCain’s lies?
  • It's corrupt. They'll pick and choose which candidate gets to be on debates instead of letting demand truly dictate who gets seen. Everyone knows that most Americans want out of the war and that a candidate saying this (and who's never voted for it in the first place) would attract many viewers. And they could make a lot of money with high ratings by covering what's going on in Iraq and other areas of politics and current events, but they choose for forfeit these potential profits and ratings and place boring pop culture junk on TV instead to dumb down the masses.
  • on a similar time as I do agree including your illustration of the tea events: it quite isn't an precise or logical assessment. that's rife with fallacy and obtrusive partisan arguments. Regardless... I nevertheless think of you're superb. In an impartial analyzation of the ideaological practices of capitalism vs. socialism and its leaders... the info surfaces that the earnings reason isn't in the superb activity of the ninety 9% of the inhabitants: that's in the activity of the a million%. people who oppose you will probable be appauled whilst their grandchildren's textbooks regard Reagan and Bush because of fact the very political figures which just about killed the unique american spirit.
  • Romney has his morals and his values. That prevented him from doing the dirty fighting like John McCain hands out.
  • BOTH
  • PHOENIX — A judge has ordered Western Union to provide Arizona authorities with data on wire transactions to recipients in the Mexican state of Sonora as part of investigations into drug and human smuggling. Western Union had refused to honor a subpoena for the data, Goddard's office said. Western Union last month reached a $3 million settlement with the Arizona Department of Financial Institutions on allegations that some of the company's outlets in Arizona failed to comply with state reporting laws intended to help combat money laundering and illegal immigration. Because of concerns about illegal immigration and other smuggling activities, Arizona officials in recent years have stepped up their scrutiny of financial institutions. http://www.azstarnet.com/dailystar/news/...
  • There we go, follow the money, it will make a difference.
  • Yes and they should be forced to comply with the rules and regulations of reporting transactions.Why do they think they would be exempt from it.? The audacity of some of these company's is amazing.They seem to think like the illegals do that they are somehow above the law.. The amount of money wired out of this country to Mexico is astronomical (almost $24 million since January) .
  • GGGGOOOOOO Patriot Act!!! it has already started.......
  • I'd say it's starting.... but it had already started.....
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