- The Washington Times - Friday, January 16, 2009


I find it very, very difficult to believe the headline of Adrienne Washington’s column that “Holder’s strength will weaken crime” (Analysis/Opinion, Wednesday). Let me remind you that Eric H. Holder Jr. was part and parcel of the most corrupt administration this country has ever had.

When “Slick Willy Clinton” needed someone to help him overcome his numerous failings, he called on Mr. Holder to OK presidential clemency for 16 members of the FALN (Fuerzas Armadas de Liberacion Nacional, English: Armed Forces of National Liberation), a Puerto Rican group that killed six U.S. citizens, detonated 120 bombs and maimed dozens of others. Hopefully, the Senate Judiciary Committee will find him to be unfit for the position of the next attorney general of the United States of America.


Odenton, Md.

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