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Posted: Aug 28 2007, 03:53 PM
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Pg 2: Methods Congress can use with Corrupt Officials
"Congress can turn to a number of legislative powers that are likely to
compel compliance. The two techniques described in this report are the issuance of
subpoenas and the holding of executive officials in contempt."
Pg 22: Henry Kissinger Held In Contempt
"This section begins by covering contempt actions, from 1975 to 1981, against six Cabinet officers who refused to surrender documents to Congress: including Secretary of State Henry Kissinger."
Pg 17 Inslaw Affair:
"During the same time period as the confrontation over the kidnapping memo,
the House and the Justice Department engaged in another showdown. On December 5, 1990, Chairman Brooks convened a hearing of the Judiciary Committee to review the refusal of Attorney General Thornburgh to provide the committee with access to all documents regarding a civil dispute brought by Inslaw, Inc., a computer company.
Inslaw charged that high-level officials in the Justice Department conspired to force Inslaw into bankruptcy and have its computer software program, called PROMIS, transferred or bought by a rival company to help the department keep track of civil and criminal cases. Federal Bankruptcy Judge George Bason had already ruled that the Justice Department “took, converted, and stole” Inslaw’s proprietary software, using “trickery, fraud, and deceit."
(Note: Check out Inslaw, PROMIS software. Many think this could have been used on 911. This also has a connection to Robert Hanssen, the FBI agent who betrayed America.