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Special Series: “The Rule of Law” and “The Prosecutor & The Presidency

July 24, 20124 Comments

The Prosecutor & The Presidency" Forum

The Prosecutor & The Presidency” Forum, Washington D.C. 2000


Here is a nine minute video preview from the FULL DISCLOSURE®  series “The Rule of Law” and “The Prosecutor & The Presidency” that was produced on location in various broadcast television production facilities across the nation. This special series features video clips from twelve hours of individual interviews produced in 1999and  clips from the two hour forum, documenting the cataclysmic struggle among the most powerful American men and women who shaped domestic political policy as they investigated the Presidency from Watergate to Whitewater and beyond video taped at Atlantic Video Studios in 2000 in Washington D. C.

Individual interviews, conducted by Leslie Dutton, were videotaped with all but one of the U. S. Attorneys General and Special and Independent Prosecutors who were involved in Presidential investigations. The series recorded for history the thoughts and recollections of the presidential investigations over the past thirty years.

Following completion of the first ten interviews, Full Disclosure Network® hosted a videotaped two-hour Forum in Washington D.C. on March 6, 2000. Highlighting the Forum were video clips from Dutton’s interviews with former U. S. Attorneys General Elliot Richardson, Richard Kleindienst, which were the last interviews before their deaths in 1999 and 2000 respectively.

The series continues as Full Disclosure Network® plans the next interviews with Federal elected and appointed officials entrusted with Constitutional oversight, intended to deter abuse of power in the Office of the Presidency.



1-29-99Edwin Meese, IIICentury Cable, Santa Monica, CA  
2-19-99Judge Lawrence WalshFox Studio, Oklahoma City  
4-19-99Archibald CoxBoston University  
4-20-99Richard ThornburghNatl. Press Bldg., Wash D.C
4-20-99Elliot RichardsonNatl. Press Bldg., Wash D.C.  
8-10-99Richard Kleindienst KUTP-TV, Phoenix AZ  
8-23-99Edwin Meese, III Howard University Wash D.C. 
8-23-99 Benjamin CivilettiHoward University, Wash D.C.  
8-23-99Robert Fiske, Jr.Howard University, Wash D.C.  
11-1-99Judge Robert BorkNatl. Press Bldg.  Wash D.C.  
11-1-99Judge Kenneth StarrNatl. Press Bldg., Wash D.C.  
4-12-00 Judge Shirley HufstedlerWorld Television, Los Angeles  

Forum:  March 6, 2000 Atlantic Video, Washington D.C.  

Bob Woodward, Journalist/Author; Chesterfield Smith, Pres. ABA 73-74; Judge Shirley Hufstedler, (Carter Administration); Hon. Edwin Meese, III, Hon. Richard Thornburgh  (Iran-Contra); Judge Lawrence Walsh, Independent Counsel (Iran-Contra); Judge Kenneth Starr, Independent Counsel (Whitewater/Lewinsky); Robert B. Fiske,  Independent Counsel (Whitewater);  Joe DiGenova, Independent Prosecutor (Passportgate); Christopher Schroeder, Acting Asst. Attorney General (Clinton); Craig Gillen, Chief Deputy Prosecutor (Iran-Contra); on video tape:  Judge Robert Bork, Hon. Elliot Richardson,Hon. Richard Kleindienst, and Professor Archibald Cox.


4 comments to “Special Series: “The Rule of Law” and “The Prosecutor & The Presidency”

  1. joebanana | July 25, 2012 | Permalink Reply

    What law? We are no longer a nation of law, but a nation of men who disregard the law, constitutional rights, human rights, and the people who they swore an oath to. Since Sheriff Apaio’s investigation went criminal, and probable cause to suspect forgery, identity theft, and fraud has been made public knowledge at a press conference, which by law would be all that’s required for an arrest , and a more thorough investigation into the biggest national security breach in this nations history,
    All we know about the man in the white house is that he has three alias’s, a forged B/C, a stolen SSN, a forged selective services registration, and is a pathological liar too boot, and absolutely nothing to support his claim to be who he say’s he is. Congress has been aware of the problem with the B/C and gone to great lengths to cover up the fraud being perpetrated against the American people. Not honoring the oath of office each one swore as a condition of the position they fill is also known as perjury. Dereliction of duty is an arrestable offense, as is perjury, conspiracy to commit fraud, and blatant misrepresentation. Not characteristics one would want in their representation. The head of the USDOJ being the attorney general, would be the one to file charges against the -resident, but being a criminal himself, has better things to do apparently. This presents a problem, a much bigger problem than an election can solve. When a government has become destructive to those ends, it is the right, it is the duty of the governed to replace such a tyrannical form of government with one that is just.

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  3. justiceforall | July 15, 2013 | Permalink Reply


    Brilliant! Keep shining the light on darkness! Judicial reform is the key to saving this great nation! Term limits, no immunities, void of political parties, applies to judges as well as the selective and malicious prosecutors! Media needs the same time and attention under the investigative loop! It is organized crime in totality! Hold the elected officials accountable that are insulted by these set-in-place internal factions to buffer them, their own agendas and power mongering!

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