Senator Robert F. Kennedy
- Homepage: http://www.arlingtoncemetery.net/rfk.htm
November 2001: Mr. Ashcroft likens himself to Robert Kennedy, who also at times warped constitutional protections in ravenous pursuit of criminality. But among the many differences between the men is the fact that Kennedy actually busted criminals. If another 30 days and 5,000 interviews pass with no breakthroughs, who knows what grandiose new plot Mr. Ashcroft will devise, and at what civic price, to make himself look like Dick Tracy. At a time when most Americans feel confident that the war on terrorism is going as well, if not better, than could be expected, his every ineffectual and extralegal move waves an anomalous but still chilling white flag of defeat.http://www.nytimes.com/2001/11/24/opinion/24RICH.html
November 2005: Attorney General of the United States under his brother, President John Fitzgerald Kennedy. Assassinated in 1969 while running for the Democratic Presidential nomination.http://www.rfkmemorial.org/lifevision/biography/
Role Name Type Last Updated Member of (past or present) Democratic Party / Democratic National Committee (DNC) Organization Dec 1, 2005 Organization Head/Leader (past or present) Justice Department/Department of Justice (DOJ) Organization Dec 1, 2005 Member of (past or present) US Senate Organization Dec 1, 2005 Family Member Sen. Edward "Ted" Moore Kennedy Person Jul 14, 2006 Family Member Subordinate of (past or present) Pres. John "JFK" Fitzgerald Kennedy Person Sep 6, 2006 Family Member Joseph Patrick Kennedy Sr. Person Aug 15, 2007 Family Member Robert F. Kennedy Jr. Person Oct 17, 2008 Friend (past or present) Supervisor of (past or present) John Seigenthaler Sr. Person Dec 1, 2005 Family Member Maria Shriver Person May 21, 2011 Family Member Robert "R." Sargent Shriver Jr. Person Jul 14, 2006
Articles and Resources
Date Fairness.com Resource Read it at: Mar 12, 2011 At State-Run Homes, Abuse and Impunity
QUOTE: In hundreds of cases reviewed by The Times, employees who sexually abused, beat or taunted residents were rarely fired, even after repeated offenses, and in many cases, were simply transferred to other group homes run by the state... Only a quarter of sexual abuse cases were reported... Former regulators, employees within the system and advocates have grown increasingly dismayed at what they say is the state’s tolerance of abuse of the residents, whom the state refers to as “consumers” in its records.
New York Times Oct 10, 2008 Will Senate actually investigate NSA spying on Americans?
QUOTE: The U.S. Senate is investigating allegations by two National Security Agency whistleblowers who have described widespread monitoring of innocuous telephone conversations by the Bush administration's clandestine program.
CNET May 25, 2008 Clinton Defends RFK Remarks (The Caucus)
QUOTE: Mrs. Clinton wrote a long letter to The Daily News in New York, which was printed in the news pages and in which Mrs. Clinton said her remarks were taken entirely out of context. And her aides said on Sunday that the campaign of Senator Barack Obama was partly responsible for fanning the flames.
New York Times Sep 02, 2004 From Decisions to Impressions, in 4 Decades
QUOTE: Everything has been decided before the conventions open, true enough....they focus a nation's attention on the transfer and who wields authority.
New York Times Nov 24, 2001 Wait Until Dark
QUOTE: As part of his mass dragnet prompted by the attacks on America, our attorney general has rounded up about 50 Israeli Jews, some of whom have been detained for nearly a month on the pretext of minor offenses involving working papers.
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