Clinton's Deal: Justice Denied

'Never Anything About Obstruction of Justice'

So for the convenience of George W. Bush, who doesn't have to worry about pardoning Clinton, and to fulfill the desire of many in this country to let all of this ignominy come to closure, Ray has carved an exception into that mantra, "the rule of law." So Clinton will escape. An ordinary citizen who obstructed justice—even the CEO of a major company who committed serial perjury—would have to face a trial.

Jennifer Qureshi, a 26-year-old teacher, delivered the judgment of history when she told the January 20 New York Post: "It's not a good message for our country. It tells people that if you do something wrong, there's a way to get away with it."

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