ON THE DOCK OF THE BAY Watching dirty deals float away
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D. LOWELL JENSEN FACES CHARGES OF MISREPRESENTATION!
D. Lowell Jensen, former Alameda County D.A. and sidekick to Ed Meese III, former Deputy Attorney General, under Reagan, now sits as Judge at the U.S. District Court, Northern District, Oakland. Hardly a deal happens in Alameda County, without Jensen's "touch". Now, Jensen, having narrowly escaped indictment in the INSLAW affair, faces charges of misrepresentation, as Deputy Attorney General, to the Court, in order to obtain a conviction. Is Jensen, really untouchable this time?
"And in hearings last March before US District Court Judge Lynn Hughes, the Justice Department=s Arlene Reidy, who is helping coordinate the government=s response to Wilson=s motion, acknowledged, `We have a lot of documents already that I think show that there was a clear problem with the affidavit=s accuracy and that the individual=s involved were well aware of that problem.'" [One "individual involved" -- Judge Jensen.]
Did the U.S. put Away Notorious Arms Trader Ed Wilson With False Testimony?
By Ken Silverstein ©1999 The Nation, October 4, 1999.
D. LOWELL JENSEN ESCAPED LIABILITY IN THE INSLAW/PROMISE THEFT CASE. IS INSLAW BURIED DEEP ENOUGH?
"Based on the available evidence, the missing piece appears to be D. Lowell Jensen, who was Assistant Attorney General for the Criminal Division at the time of the theft. Jensen pre-approved virtually every decision taken by the Government's PROMIS Project Manager under INSLAW's contract, according to the latter's sworn testimony to the House Judiciary Committee. Jensen engineered INSLAW's problems with the Justice Department through specified top Criminal Division aides in order to give the PROMIS business to unidentified "friends," according to Justice Department officials whose statements and backgrounds INSLAW summarized in its July 11, 1993 rebuttal. At the time of the 1983 theft, Jensen in the Criminal Division and Edwin Meese at the White House were planning to award a massive sweetheart contract to unidentified "friends" for the installation of PROMIS in every litigation office of the Justice Department, according to statements made in June 1983 by a Justice Department whistleblower to the staff of a Senator on the Judiciary Committee. The award was allegedly to take place once Meese left the White House to become Attorney General. Jensen and Meese had been close friends since the 1960's when they served together in the Alameda County, California, District Attorney's Office. INSLAW has repeatedly given the Justice Department the names of senior Criminal Division officials under Jensen who either allegedly helped him implement the malfeasance against INSLAW or who allegedly witnessed it. On more than one occasion, INSLAW summarized for the Justice Department the circumstantial evidence that is at least partially corroborative of these allegations. Based on warnings from confidential informants in the Justice Department, INSLAW has repeatedly emphasized to the Justice Department the absolute necessity of placing these officials under oath before interrogating them, as well as the importance of a public statement by the Attorney General guaranteeing no reprisals. More than five years have elapsed since INSLAW began furnishing this information to the Justice Department. Not one of these Criminal Division officials has, it appears, ever been interrogated under oath regarding the INSLAW affair. And no Attorney General has seen fit to issue a public statement to Justice Department employees making it clear that the Attorney General wishes employees who have information about the INSLAW affair to come forward, and giving Justice Department employees the public assurance that reprisals will not be tolerated. One of the senior Criminal Division officials who allegedly knows the whole story of Jensen's malfeasance against INSLAW is Mark Richard, the career Deputy Assistant Attorney General who has responsibility for intelligence and national security matters. In May 1988, the Chief Investigator of the Senate Judiciary Committee told INSLAW that a trusted source, who was in a position to observe Jensen's malfeasance, had identified Mark Richard as someone who not only knew the whole story but who was also "pretty upset" about it."
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THIS CLOWN IS NAMED "JUSTICE." HE LOVES THOSE ALAMEDA COUNTY DIRTY DEALS WASHING UP PAST THE DOCK EVERYDAY!