Weiner, who broke no law, is paying for his efforts to expose the actual crimes of Clarence Thomas (and the Mrs.)

The ‘Judicial Insider Trading’ of Justice Clarence Thomas
Brad interviews watchdog attorney Kevin Zeese on KPFK…
By Brad Friedman on 6/8/2011 10:09pm

He had inappropriate sexual entanglements with a number of women and lied about it repeatedly to the American people. Yet nobody — save for one Colorado law school prof— seems to be calling for Justice Clarence Thomas’ resignation for some reason.

That, even though Thomas, unlike Rep. Anthony Weiner, appears to have actually, and flagrantly, and repeatedly, broken the law.

As we reported in January, Thomas appears to have “knowingly and willfully” filed falsified Financial Disclosure Forms which withheld disclosure of nearly $700,000 his wife received from the rightwing Heritage Foundation for the better part of the last 20 years. Only once it was pointed out publicly this year did Thomas bother to file “self-initiated amendments” to the forms he had signed just above the legal warning in bold and all caps which reads: “NOTE: ANY INDIVIDUAL WHO KNOWINGLY AND WILLFULLY FALSIFIES OR FAILS TO FILE THIS REPORT MAY BE SUBJECT TO CIVIL AND CRIMINAL SANCTIONS (5 U.S.C. app. § 104)”

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2 thoughts on “Weiner, who broke no law, is paying for his efforts to expose the actual crimes of Clarence Thomas (and the Mrs.)”

  1. Of course the relationship between Justide Thomas and his wife exercising her right to free speech is nothing like Barney Frank’s totally ethical oversight of his friend Herb Moses at Fannie Mae.

  2. Yeah, whatever.

    It’s not about the Thomases’ free speech rights. It’s about illegally filing false information.

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