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Tuesday, August 30, 2005

Kentucky: Ernie Fletcher Pardons

Posted by Bob Brigham


Gov. Ernie Fletcher said it would be "inappropriate" right now to consider executive pardons for members of his administration who have been criminally charged in the attorney general's personnel investigation.


On the eve of an appearance before a grand jury investigating his administration's hiring practices, Gov. Ernie Fletcher granted a blanket pardon on Monday night to current and former aides charged in the inquiry.

Mr. Fletcher also said that although he would appear before the grand jury, he would not testify.

It was "inappropriate" five weeks ago and it stinks on the eve of Governor Fletcher's Grand Jury questioning. Kentucky Governor Ernie Fletcher should resign in shame. If he does not, he should be impeached and thrown out of office.

Posted at 12:35 AM in Culture of Corruption, Kentucky, Scandals | Technorati


Well it didnt take time for the GOP to start attacking NC's version of Paul Hackett, Lt. Col. Tim Dunn. The GOP is petrified of Iraq War vets like Lt. Col. Dunn.


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