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Capitol Hill Blue: Why John Bolton?

Capitol Hill Blue: Why John Bolton?

Why John Bolton?
By ANN McFEATTERS
Block News Alliance
Apr 22, 2005, 07:12
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Would you willingly work for a bully? A "kiss-up, kick-down" boss with a hair-trigger temper and a propensity for intimidation if you disagreed with him/her? Would you want your country to be represented by such a person, even a smart one backed by the president?
That's the dilemma for Republicans, as they ponder whether to be good team players and confirm President Bush's choice of John Bolton to be the U.S. ambassador to the United Nations and overseer of the U.S. employees there.

The problem is that Bolton, one of the brightest stars in Bush's firmament of neoconservative thinkers, makes George Steinbrenner seem laid back. Bolton, say some former co-workers, can be a loud mouth, in-your-face jerk, not that we haven't seen that before in high-level government jobs.

This leads to a discussion of whether Sen. George Voinovich, R-Ohio, is a modern profile in courage or an obstructionist. Or both.

And it prompts a larger look at the role of dissent in Washington today.

A few days ago Voinovich suddenly struck his forehead with his hand during a meeting of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee and with a stricken look defied his president. He said a vote on Bolton's confirmation should be delayed to glean more information.

This forced courtly Richard Lugar, R-Ind., chairman of the committee, to postpone the vote. He is appalled by Bolton's boorish behavior but also is convinced Bush has the right to choose the person he wants to be U.N. envoy.

Since Voinovich asked for more time to consider Bolton's nomination, there has been a near-steady procession of people coming from behind closed doors with a ritualized litany about Bolton's relationship to underlings. He has tried to intimidate those who disagree, including intelligence analysts, and then said he didn't. Perhaps he tried to get a few dismissed. He yells. He pounds on doors. He glares. He does not, as they say, suffer ordinary mortals lightly.

Democrats, somewhat piously, have said it's not their disagreement with him on substantive issues - not even his long history of deriding, demeaning and disdaining the United Nations - that give them pause. It's his "bullying."

But it was Voinovich who was the first Republican to sit up and insist that a more thorough investigation of Bolton is warranted.

Such a move is not done lightly. Bush was furious. Voinovich knows what is in store - White House pressure of the most intense kind.

Voinovich, who can be a maverick when he gets his hackles up, has been down this path before now. He told the White House he would do whatever he could to block the president's efforts to make his tax cuts permanent, including voting against the entire budget, saying the nation can't afford ever-larger deficits. He also said the president is wrong to push for Social Security changes this year and has denounced some of the president's spending cuts as ill-advised.

As many Republicans have learned, this White House demands loyalty and has ways of making that understood. Voinovich's back better not itch, because the White House won't scratch it.

Why Bush - and Vice President Dick Cheney - decided on Bolton for the U.N. post is a puzzle. He is abrasive, he doesn't like diplomatic dancing and he all but hates the bureaucratic culture of the United Nations.

But having made the decision, they seem surprised that at the 11th hour some senators are refusing to rubberstamp Bolton and exercising their constitutional duty to probe his record.

Running on parallel tracks with the Bolton nomination is the effort by some Senate Republicans to change the rules and kill the filibuster as used to delay or even prevent votes on some of Bush's most controversial judicial nominees. Ending a filibuster requires 60 votes. That is proving difficult to get to permit votes on nominees thought by some senators to be too ideological.

But the Bob Doles and the John McCains of the party are warning that killing the filibuster could backfire on the GOP, because some day Democrats again might be in control. The filibuster is often a frustrating tactic, but it's a democratic tool that protects the minority. Also, more than 200 of Bush's judicial nominees have been confirmed, with fewer than a dozen sidetracked.

The world is watching to see what those proselytizers of democracy, Bush and the Republicans, do with the filibuster, or to it, and what happens to Bolton.

Voinovich was courageously correct - Bolton must be thoroughly vetted before a vote. And for the good of democracy, the filibuster should be retained. Bush understandably doesn't want to risk losing, but the game has to play out or everybody, including the bully, loses.


 

more FROM THE TASER FILES--------Long Island Press - We've Got You Covered!

Long Island Press - We've Got You Covered!

Attorney Calls for Investigation of Suffolk Medical Examiner
Faulty Autopsy Allegedly Performed by County Official
Timothy Bolger 04/21/2005 12:02 am
An attorney for an East End family demanded today that the Suffolk County Medical Examiner’s office be investigated for allegedly providing a false autopsy report intended to clear police in the death of a local man.



Standing on the steps of the Nassau County Court Building in Mineola on Wednesday, Frederick Brewington, attorney for the family of David Glowczenski, said, “We are demanding that the grand jury be convened immediately,” that charges of murder be filed and “the medical examiner’s office immediately, as of today, be placed under strict and clear investigation for their actions and their justification of death in police custody cases.”



The plaintiffs allege that Glowczenski, a 35-year-old schizophrenic Southampton resident, who they say was stabilized on his medication, was “essentially set upon by a number of police officers from the Southampton Village and was then Tazered, handcuffed, beaten, pepper sprayed, hogtied, choked and caused to die as a result of those injuries,” in the Feb. 4, 2004, incident, Brewington says.



The Suffolk County District Attorney’s spokesman, Bob Clifford, declined to comment on the case and whether or not Thomas Spota’s office will open an investigation--although Brewington has met with an assistant district attorney. Two federal lawsuits stemming from the matter, one against the Southampton Village police department and Suffolk County officials, the other against Tazer International, seek a total of more than $1 billion.



The suits are before Eastern District Court Judge Sandra Feuerstein in Central Islip and a preliminary conference will be held May 6 before Magistrate Judge William Wall.



Deputy Suffolk County Medical Examiner Dr. James Wilson issued an autopsy report Nov. 5, 2004, that labeled the cause of death “acute exhaustive mania due to schizophrenia” and the manner of death “natural.”



But forensic Pathologist Dr. Lone Thanning, contracted by Brewington to perform a second autopsy, found “extensive evidence of excess application of force” to Glowczenski’s body, including electrical burns, contusions and abrasions on the face and body. It was also revealed the victim’s testicles ruptured in the incident. Thanning is the Chief Medical Examiner in Rockland County.



In addition, Brewington says, “We have it upon good information and believe that the Medical Examiner of Suffolk County has gone around the country making a living testifying in police custody cases that they are based on either excited delirium or some reason caused by the individual who was beaten by police who scared themselves to death.”



A spokesperson for the Suffolk medical examiners office was not available for comment.



Plaintiff Jean Griffen, Glowczenski’s sister, standing beside her mother, Mary Jane Glowczenski, notes that Tuesday was David’s birthday.



“The idea that my brother scared himself to death is preposterous,” Griffen says.


 

FROM THE TASER FILES----Death of Fresno Man After Police Use Taser Spurs Lawsuit :. .: All American Patriots :.

.Suits Starting to Pile up Against Taser International for Personal Injury, Wrongful Death, Negligent Design, Dangerous Product and Inadequate Warning
SAN FRANCISCO, April 18 /PRNewswire/ -- Amid mounting lawsuits and a growing chorus of calls for a moratorium on the use of Tasers, the family of a 40-year-old Fresno man has filed a $25 million wrongful death suit against the City of Fresno and the Arizona-based company that manufactures the controversial weapon.

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Filed in the United States District Court, Eastern Division on April 8, 2005, this latest lawsuit was brought by San Francisco civil rights attorney Waukeen McCoy on behalf of the family of Michael L. Sanders. Sanders, a dean's list student and recent graduate of California State University at Fresno, was an African-American musician who died in police custody in August 2004 shortly after being tasered several times by Fresno police.

"While Tasers are being touted as non-lethal, they're being used all too often with tragically lethal results," says civil rights attorney Waukeen McCoy. "The death of Michael Sanders and others like him is deeply distressing and raises serious questions about a weapon inexperienced and poorly trained police routinely use on people who pose no serious threat except they refuse to obey commands." In 2000, McCoy was the lead plaintiffs' attorney in one of the largest U.S. history racial discrimination suits.

According to the most recent lawsuit, Fresno police were called to the home Sanders shared with his wife Lavette. They found Sanders, who appeared disoriented, holding his wife from behind. The suit alleges that police fired tasers into Sanders' naked body, despite department rules and other instructions that prohibit the weapon from being fired directly onto human skin. Sanders was handcuffed, placed face down on a gurney and placed in an ambulance. He stopped breathing and died shortly thereafter.

Designed for use primarily by police, military and security personnel, Tasers paralyze people with a 50,000-volt shock delivered by two barbed darts whose current can penetrate clothing. The shock can last up to five seconds.

The company has armed some 6,000 law-enforcement agencies with its electric stun gun. On the brink of bankruptcy a few years ago, it has risen to become the nation's largest supplier of stun guns. Its 2004 sales soared to $67.7 million from $6.9 million in 2001.

But Taser has been dogged in recent months by a rash of criticism from human- and civil-rights groups about the safety of the weapon and the potential for misuse. Critics charge that the shock administered by a stun gun can and has induced cardiac failure and related problems, particularly in those under the influence of drugs or alcohol or with pre-existing heart conditions. In January, the federal Securities and Exchange Commission launched an inquiry into the company's product safety claims.

Amnesty International, among the first to raise concerns about the safety of Tasers, recently released a report that expanded the number of Taser- related deaths since June 2001 to 103 from the 74 it cited when its report was first issued last fall. The group has urged police forces to stop using Tasers until further medical research is conducted.

In California, there have been at least 10 deaths since last August after police shocked suspects with Tasers, according to the American Civil Liberties Union. Taser contends the weapon is safe.

Nationwide, the growing number of reported deaths in Taser incidents has prompted some police forces to suspend the use of Tasers and review training and guidelines for their use. Police in Chicago, Ohio and Florida recently halted the use of the weapon, while lawmakers in Georgia and Nevada have been asked to impose statewide restrictions.

In California, Assemblyman Mark Leno introduced a bill in February that would ban civilians from buying or possessing Tasers and require law enforcement officers to submit a detailed report to the state on the age, gender, race or ethnicity of each person stunned by police.

Lawsuits are mounting in cities around the country. In one high-profile case, the family of an Indiana man successfully sued two Indiana counties in January for $500,000 over his death. The man died while in police custody after being shocked with a Taser at least three times. Last September, the Seattle Police Department paid $25,000 to a 17-year-old who was zapped with a Taser during a traffic stop

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Filed in the United States District Court, Eastern Division on April 8, 2005, this latest lawsuit was brought by San Francisco civil rights attorney Waukeen McCoy on behalf of the family of Michael L. Sanders. Sanders, a dean's list student and recent graduate of California State University at Fresno, was an African-American musician who died in police custody in August 2004 shortly after being tasered several times by Fresno police.

'While Tasers are being touted as non-lethal, they're being used all too often with tragically lethal results,' says civil rights attorney Waukeen McCoy. 'The death of Michael Sanders and others like him is deeply distressing and raises serious questions about a weapon inexperienced and poorly trained police routinely use on people who pose no serious threat except they refuse to obey commands.' In 2000, McCoy was the lead plaintiffs' attorney in one of the largest U.S. history racial discrimination suits.

According to the most recent lawsuit, Fresno police were called to the home Sanders shared with his wife Lavette. They found Sanders, who appeared disoriented, holding his wife from behind. The suit alleges that police fired tasers into Sanders' naked body, despite department rules and other instructions that prohibit the weapon from being fired directly onto human skin. Sanders was handcuffed, placed face down on a gurney and "

 

FROM THE TASER FILES---Taser's first-quarter profit tumbles

Taser's first-quarter profit tumbles: "Taser stock closed down 7 cents, or 0.88 percent, Tuesday at $7.90. The share price is down 75 percent this year.

Taser's earnings report Tuesday contained only sparse financial information on the company's performance during the quarter. An income statement, balance sheet and other documents that traditionally accompany an earnings report were not released.

'I find it difficult, as an analyst, to evaluate the performance without financial statements,' said Sid Parakh with the Robbins Group in Portland, Ore.

Thomas P. Smith, Taser's president and co-founder, told analysts on the earnings conference call Tuesday that the information would be filed with its 10-Q report in mid-May.

'There's a lot of shareholder litigation, and we have to be careful what we put out,' he said.

Smith attributed the disappointing results to a 'perfect storm' of problems that include:


� Numerous media reports of deaths caused by its devices, which immobilize people with a 50,000-volt electric shock.


� An informal Securities and Exchange Commission probe of the company's safety claims.


� Numerous shareholder lawsuits that allege the company made false representations about the product's safety.


� Legislative moves in some states to limit the use of the devices or, as in California, ban sales to consumers.

An ongoing investigation by The Arizona Republic has found that 109 people have died in the United States and Canada after police Taser strikes since 1999. Medical examiners have cited the devices in 15 of those deaths.

Taser makes a standard model that is used by 7,000 of the nation's 18,000 law-enforcement agencies and a less powerful unit th"

 

FROM THE TASER FILES ----Taser's first-quarter profit tumbles

Taser's first-quarter profit tumbles

First-quarter earnings plunged at Taser International Inc. as legal costs mounted and sales of its electric stun guns fell because of safety concerns.

The Scottsdale company reported Tuesday that it earned $168,000 in the quarter, down 97 percent from the $4.96 million profit in the fourth quarter of 2004 and 95 percent from the $3.55 million in profit reported for the first quarter of 2004.

Revenue was $10.2 million, down 47 percent from the fourth quarter and 22 percent from the comparable year-earlier period.

Taser stock closed down 7 cents, or 0.88 percent, Tuesday at $7.90. The share price is down 75 percent this year.

Taser's earnings report Tuesday contained only sparse financial information on the company's performance during the quarter. An income statement, balance sheet and other documents that traditionally accompany an earnings report were not released.

"I find it difficult, as an analyst, to evaluate the performance without financial statements," said Sid Parakh with the Robbins Group in Portland, Ore.

Thomas P. Smith, Taser's president and co-founder, told analysts on the earnings conference call Tuesday that the information would be filed with its 10-Q report in mid-May.

"There's a lot of shareholder litigation, and we have to be careful what we put out," he said.

Smith attributed the disappointing results to a "perfect storm" of problems that include:


• Numerous media reports of deaths caused by its devices, which immobilize people with a 50,000-volt electric shock.


• An informal Securities and Exchange Commission probe of the company's safety claims.


• Numerous shareholder lawsuits that allege the company made false representations about the product's safety.


• Legislative moves in some states to limit the use of the devices or, as in California, ban sales to consumers.

An ongoing investigation by The Arizona Republic has found that 109 people have died in the United States and Canada after police Taser strikes since 1999. Medical examiners have cited the devices in 15 of those deaths.

Taser makes a standard model that is used by 7,000 of the nation's 18,000 law-enforcement agencies and a less powerful unit that is marketed to consumers.

The company has launched an aggressive campaign to allay safety concerns and has been meeting with customers and lobbying lawmakers in states where negative legislation is pending.

"We're not holding back on resources to make sure we get the factual information out there," Smith said.

He declined to give any estimates about future quarterly results.

"We still have a number of issues pending and it's too difficult to provide any numbers," he said.

 

WPBFNews.com - News - Video Captures Police Handcuffing 5-Year-Old Girl

WPBFNews.com - News - Video Captures Police Handcuffing 5-Year-Old Girl

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. -- An attorney says he plans legal action against St. Petersburg police officers who handcuffed an unruly 5-year-old girl after she acted up in her kindergarten class.


Three police officers handcuffed a 5-year-old girl after she acted out in her kindergarten class.
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A video camera was rolling March 14 as part of a classroom self-improvement exercise. The camera captured images of the girl tearing papers off a bulletin board, climbing on a table and punching an assistant principal before police were called to Fairmount Park Elementary.

Then it shows the child appearing to calm down before three officers approach, pin her arms behind her back and put on handcuffs as she screamed, "No!"

Largo lawyer John Trevena let the news media see the tape this week after he got it from police.

The attorney said it's incomprehensible that the police officers would bend a child over a table and forcibly handcuff her

 

5-year old Handcuffed By Police For Tantrum - April 22, 2005

5-year old Handcuffed By Police For Tantrum - April 22, 2005

5-year old Handcuffed By Police For Tantrum

April 22, 2005 6:38 p.m. EST

JASEN LEE, All Headline News Staff Writer

St. Petersburg, FL (AHN) – An investigation is underway as to whether police officers over-reacted while controlling a kindergarten student who was throwing a temper tantrum.

A videotape of the March 14th incident at Fairmount Park Elementary School is being reviewed by the school district and law enforcement.

The tape shows the child mis-behaving for several minutes, including ripping papers, standing on desks, and defiantly responding to teachers. She is even seen throwing punches at an assistant principal.

It also shows the girl apparently calming down before three police officers approach her, pinning her arms behind her back and handcuffing her as she screams, “No!”

John Trevena, the attorney for the girl and her family, says he cannot understand why police took such drastic action.

He says, “The police officers’ actions are way over the top. Three police officers having to forcibly handcuff a 5-year-old little girl? I mean, come on. Is there anything more that needs to be said about that?”

Trevena also critizes the actions of school officials who he says did not do enough to defuse the situation.

“I’m concerned that the educators shadowed and hovered around the young girl. It certainly gives credence to the argument that they may have been provoking her to act out more. To me, it didn’t look like a de-escalation. It looked like an escalation, an attempt to get her to act out more. I just don’t understand why they didn’t distance themselves back further and allow things to cool off.”

The tape shows the child appearing to calm down before three officers approach, pin her arms behind her back and put on handcuffs as she screamed, “No!”

Trevena says it’s unbelievable police officers would bend a child over a table to forcibly handcuff her.

The tape cuts off just after the child starts screaming.

No charges are filed against the girl, but Trevena promises legal action against the police department.

Authorities are not commenting, pending a two-week internal investigation.
=================SNIP=================
THERE WERE THREE COPS WHO GRABBED THIS GIRL
AND HANDCUFFED HER AND THE CITY IS STANDING BEHIND THEM!

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