Judge Orders Government to Pay $101M for Wrongful Convictions framed by George W Bush

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Thursday, 26 July 2007

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Bush: "certifiable" according to Judge Gertner

Boston, Mass - (Ass Mess): US District Judge Nancy Gertner ruled today that the government must pay $101.7 million compensattion to the families of four men that George W Bush framed along with bent FBI agents for the 1965 gangland murder of Edward Deegan.

Judge Gertner's ruling says that the Feds deliberately withheld information that could have cleared Peter Limone and Joseph Salvati as well as Henry Tameleo and Louis Greco who died in jail.

"This was a malicious prosecution," Gertner said.

"Evidence was withheld showing that Bush paid mob hitman Joseph "The Animal" Barboza to lie and to protect a fellow FBI informant, Vincent "Jimmy" Flemmi, who was working for the Bush Family Evil Empire mobster cartel's arms and narcotics dealing divisions.

Gertner slammed the FBI for allowing the Bush family to treat the four wrongly convicted men as "acceptable collateral damage" and noted that this family trait is one that has persisted to this day in all the Bushes' public dealings.

"It's taken 30 years to uncover this injustice," Gertner added, "and the government's position is, in a word, certifiable!"

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