Tuesday, March 2, 2010
"Disgraced former Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich said Wednesday he would testify at his trial this summer and moved to introduce all the secretly recorded [FBI] tapes that are the basis of the corruption case against him. ... 'Today I am laying down the gauntlet,' Mr. Blagojevich said in the courthouse lobby. ... Mr. Blagojevich sad he and his lawyers have listened to al the tapes. Along with waiving his right to try to suppress their introduction in court, the ex-governor filed an affidavit asking the government to join him in airing as many tapes as possible, attorney Sam Adam Jr. said", Douglas Belkin at the WSJ, 11 February 2010, link:
Do I see a DOJ practice here, of not introducing all the evidence? Look at the Aleynikov case. Who else is on the Blago tapes? Eric Holder? His Obamaness?