Tuesday, February 2, 2010

Christmas Day terrorist gets lawyered up in a flash ... but James O'Keefe can rot in jail

for 28 hours without access to an attorney. In Obama's America, a non-American terrorist who might have blown up  hundreds of people, has more rights than an American.  Go figure.

...."James O'Keefe sat in jail for 28 hours without access to an attorney, while the U.S. attorney leaked the information about his arrest, helping the media frame it as 'Watergate Junior,'" Breitbart said.

O'Keefe declined to talk about Breitbart's allegations on Fox News Monday night, adding he was cooperating with the U.S. attorney's office and he was pleased with the way the U.S. attorney was handling the case.
He said details of his arrest may be brought up at another time, but not now because it is an ongoing investigation.

"The panty bomber on Christmas was given -- you know, this guy's from Al Qaeda, and he's not even an American citizen, and he's given access to an attorney right away. I believe that this was a concerted effort, this is just my opinion, to allow for the media to frame the issue to put James O'Keefe in a very bad position."....

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