Delaware warrant, Richard R. Wier, Jr, former Attorney General of Delaware, Attorney General Biden, Joe Biden, No justice in Delaware, Obama corruption

Larry Sinclair is being persecuted for questioning Barack Obama. From Sinclair’s arrest in Washington DC after his press conference, to the dubious warrant from Attorney General Biden’s office, to Richard R. Wier, Jr, former Attorney General of Delaware, backing out of his agreement to represent Sinclair. Is the Obama Campaign behind this? Is Senator Joe Biden, the father of the Delaware Attorney General behind this?

There has been a severe miscarriage of justice. Is this the kind of change that you want?

Larry Sinclair was interviewed by Jeff Rense on July 2, 2008. Listen to the interview here:

 http://rense.gsradio.net:8080/rense/special/rense_L_Sinclair_070208.mp3

3 responses to “Delaware warrant, Richard R. Wier, Jr, former Attorney General of Delaware, Attorney General Biden, Joe Biden, No justice in Delaware, Obama corruption

  1. caffinequeen

    How are they getting away with this? I’ve been thinking that the more they try to shut Larry down the more opportunity for people to hear the story. Eventually even MSM will be forced to cover it. Stupid BO thinks he is acting in his own self interest but as usual his poor judgement will work to opposite means!

    Thanks Citizen Wells for staying on top of this story and for letting the rest of us in on it!

  2. sisterrosetta

    Richard R. Wier, Jr.,P.A. is a weasel.

    wea•sel [wee-zuh l] Pronunciation Key – noun, plural -sels, (especially collectively )

    –noun
    1. any small carnivore of the genus Mustela, of the family Mustelidae, having a long, slender body and feeding chiefly on small rodents.
    2. any of various similar animals of the family Mustelidae.
    3. a cunning, sneaky person.
    4. a tracked vehicle resembling a tractor, used in snow.
    5. Slang. an informer; stool pigeon.

    –verb (used without object)
    6. to evade an obligation, duty, or the like; renege (often fol. by out): That’s one invitation I’d like to weasel out of.
    7. to use weasel words; be ambiguous; mislead: Upon cross-examination the witness began to weasel.
    8. Slang. to inform.

    [Origin: bef. 900; 1920–25 for def. 6; ME wesele, OE wesle, weosule; c. OHG wisula, G Wiesel ]

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