Licensed to Lie: Exposing Corruption in the Department of by Sidney Powell

By Sidney Powell

Tragic suicide, a possible homicide, wrongful imprisonment, and gripping court docket scenes draw readers into this compelling tale giving them a daunting viewpoint on justice corrupted and who will be in charge while proof is withheld.

Licensed to Lie: Exposing Corruption within the division of Justice is the real tale of the strong-arm, unlawful, and unethical strategies utilized by headline-grabbing federal prosecutors of their narcissistic pursuit of energy. Its scope reaches from the U.S. division of Justice to the united states Senate, the FBI, and the White residence.

This real tale is a scathing assault on corrupt prosecutors, the judges who grew to become a blind eye to those injustices, and the president who has promoted them to strong political positions.

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He had just agreed to testify before Congress in the largest corporate scandal in the history of the United States. Baxter’s suspicious death sent another shock wave through Houston. It was a tragic blow to his family and friends, and it was a terrifying omen to anyone who had even thought about testifying. Billions of dollars and the lives of wealthy and high-powered people were at stake. Baxter had been high up enough in Enron to see it all. It was assumed and reported to be a suicide, but those who knew him said he had everything to live for.

Working at Enron meant you were a superstar. Enron’s reputation was that it hired only the best and the brightest. It could do things no other company could. On the inside, however, in the 1990s and accelerating toward the new millennium, Enron had gone from a hard-asset pipeline company to an “energy trading” company. Led primarily by the ambitious Jeffrey Skilling, who eventually became chief executive officer, and Chief Financial Officer Andrew Fastow, Enron pushed for and adopted aggressive “mark to market” accounting methods to value assets instantly.

A. 64 cum laude from the University of Washington and a law degree from Georgetown where she was editor in chief of the Law Journal. John Hemann also joined the task force in September. A native of Ohio, Hemann came from the San Francisco US attorney’s office where he had worked with Leslie Caldwell. Hemann had successfully prosecuted a number of securities fraud cases. Law ran in Hemann’s blood. His mother was a US magistrate judge in Ohio. A graduate of George Washington University Law School, Hemann, like many of his colleagues, clerked for a federal judge for a year.

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