Janet "WACO" Reno

Absolute Power: The Legacy of Corruption in the Clinton-Reno Justice Department
by David Limbaugh

Bill Clinton and Al Gore consistently saw the courts as a means to achieve political ends. With Janet Reno as attorney general, they gave the United States the most politicized justice department we have ever endured. Instead of disinterestedly pursuing justice, America’s federal lawyers became tools to give the president and the vice president of the United States absolute power:

"Waiting periods are only a step. Registration is only a step. The prohibition of firearms is the goal." - Janet Reno, December 10, 1993 [Associated Press] Why progressives should stop pushing for more gun control laws

Hundreds of times during the past 10 years, federal agents and prosecutors have pursued justice by breaking the law. They lied, hid evidence, distorted facts, engaged in cover-ups, paid for perjury and set up innocent people in a relentless effort to win indictments, guilty pleas and convictions, a two-year Post-Gazette investigation found. Rarely were these federal officials punished for their misconduct. Rarely did they admit their conduct was wrong. 'Win at All Costs'

Born on July 21, 1938 in Miami, Florida. Her father, Henry Reno, came to the United States from Denmark and for forty-three years was a police reporter for the Miami Herald. Jane Wood, Reno's mother, raised her children and then became an investigative reporter for the Miami News. ... is the first woman Attorney General of the United States of America. Nominated by President Bill Clinton on February 11, 1993. [WIC Biblography]

In 1956 Janet Reno enrolled at Cornell University, where she majored in chemistry, and became president of the Women's Self Government Association. In 1960 she enrolled at Harvard Law School, one of only sixteen women in a class of more than 500 students. [more bio info]

Janet Reno - at the Washington Post
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Articles ...
Why Janet Reno Fascinates, Confounds and Even Terrifies America? By Liza Mundy, Washington Post, Sunday, January 25, 1998
Janet Reno's proposed DNA database is scary news for innocent Americans
The Tragedy of Janet Reno by Pete du Pont October 23, 1997
Janet Reno's dangerous endorsement of violent childrearing Norm Lee, February 2000
Janet Reno's Troubles by By: Geoff Metcalf October, 1998
Reno's redemption [salon.com]
Elian Gonzalez: Thank goodness Janet Reno didn't kill another child
Janet Reno Tastless Jokes

Remains of a two year old Davidian child, Mt. Carmel Doe 51A, photographed on May 7, 1993, just 18 days after alleged date of death. The remains have never been identified. Waco Holocaust Electronic Museum: Death Gallery

Will be forever connected to the deaths at Waco, Texas. Waco lead to the Oklahoma City bombing.
Her actions lead to the death of approximately 80 men, women, and children near Waco, Texas on April 19th, 1993. By not investigating this fully another 168 people (19 children).were killed in the Oklahoma City bombing on on April 19th 1995. [visit the Waco Holocaust Electronic Museum]
With the Waco fiasco back in the headlines, one of two conclusions concerning this Attorney General of ours is inescapable. Either Janet Reno is the most corrupt A.G. in memory, or the most incompetent. Janet Reno: Corrupt or Doltish? By L. Brent Bozell III, September 9, 1999

But when Justice turned over that report to congressional investigators in 1995, page 49 was missing. "It appears that the page on which mention is made of a shell casing for military CS round... was not produced to Congress," a Justice Department lawyer explained in a recent memo obtained by NEWSWEEK. Congressional investigators want to know what happened to the page. [A Fire That Won't Die, Newsweek]

Janet Reno is no friend of Freedom and Civil Liberties
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Road signs compiled by The Progressive Review
ACLU vs Reno and her attack of Free Speech
The "Justice" department and Clinton administration's attack on Free Speech on the Internet, See ACLU's ACLU v. Reno II

Judge Dalzell eloquently affirmed the vitality of an unfettered marketplace of ideas: "Speech on the Internet can be unfiltered, unpolished, and unconventional, even emotionally charged, sexually explicit, and vulgar -- in a word, 'indecent,' in many communities. But we should expect such speech to occur in a medium in which citizens from all walks of life have a voice. We should also protect the autonomy that such a medium confers to ordinary people as well as media magnates." He continued, "The absence of governmental regulation of Internet content has unquestionably produced a kind of chaos, but as one of plaintiffs' experts put it with such resonance at the hearing: 'What achieved success was the very chaos that the Internet is. The strength of the Internet is that chaos.' Just as the strength of the Internet is chaos, so the strength of our liberty depends upon the chaos and cacophony of the unfettered speech the First Amendment protects."

Unwilling to investigate Clinton fundraising abuses
For the last 18 months allegations of White House involvement in fundraising abuses during the last presidential campaign have filled the airwaves, newspapers, and congressional hearings. And since her department began investigating those charges, Attorney General Janet Reno steadfastly has refused to call for turning that investigation over to an independent counsel, despite growing pressure from congressional Republicans and some Democrats for her to do so. [POLITICS AND PROSECUTION, PBS, August 4, 1998]

Common Cause was the first to call on Attorney General Janet Reno to appoint an independent counsel to investigate the 1996 presidential election campaigns of President Clinton and Senator Dole. ]

No Justice, No Peace.
What's going on with the US Justice Department? It is becoming ever more clear that this is the most politicized Justice Department in recent memory. Janet Reno, who once accepted "full responsibility" for the inexcusable government action at Waco, now seems to be taking on full complicity in covering up a whole host of other inexcusable actions by the Clinton Administration. She seems to be wholly opposed to the concept of separation of powers, especially in regard to wrongdoing. The Wall Street Journal has just printed two excellent articles under the "Vacant Justice" titles detailing the misdeeds of this Justice Department. As have other publications. This is highly recommended reading. No Justice, No Peace on BeachBum's Clinton Scandal Page

"Bill, What I Said Was, SHOOT, Don't Let Those Kids Be Molested or Abused AGAIN! xxx

Web irreverence directed toward Reno ....

This life like doll of Janet Reno is a collectable. Dressed in a replica of a designer satin gown she wore to a recent Presidential Ball. NEW DOLLS FOR THE HOLIDAY SEASON

Janet Reno Launches Probe to Investigate "Ate My Balls" Websites

Janet Reno looks into Ball Eating Web sites Washingtion, DC-- At a press conference today, Attorney General Janet Reno expressed concern over a new type of web site and its implications. "The Department of Justice has been following this trend for some time now. After a preliminary review, we decided to pursue this further."

"These viscious acts of cannibalism can no longer be ignored."

The phenomennon of "Ate My Balls" sites began about a year ago in a college dorm. Initially, Mr T. was accused of consuming testicles.

But now there are hundreds of web sites accusing everyone from Monica Lewinsky to the Biker Mice from Mars of eating balls. Given the barbaric topic of these sites, the legal system would take notice sooner or later.

"If any of these accusations are true, these crimes will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law," the Attorney General promised. She continued, "Canibalism in any form is still illegal in the United States, certain parts of Pennsylvania notwithstanding."
[Janet Reno Launches Probe to Investigate "Ate My Balls" Websites]

"Bill, What I Said Was, SHOOT, Don't Let Those Kids Be Molested or Abused AGAIN! 
Janet Reno Bill Clinton
"It Wasn't My Decision,

Source: http://rosecity.net/rushtoon/cartoon25.html

Is she a man? And here, ladies and gentlemen, is the attorney general of the United States. Or rather, here is one image of her. She is a man. More startling, she is a man dressed in women's clothing – boudoir gear consisting of nightie and dressing gown, lacy and long, but not long enough to reach all the way to the floor and cover her lanky shins or her large slippered feet. In this installment of the running "Saturday Night Live" skits featuring Janet Reno as the central character, the attorney general, played by actor Will Ferrell, is lounging tummy-down on a frilly bed, watching a video of President Clinton as he hits up Chinese coffee-drinkers for cash.[Why Janet Reno Fascinates, Confounds and Even Terrifies America? By Liza Mundy, Washington Post, Sunday, January 25, 1998

Is Reno a drunk? Reno, according to Thompson, had had multiple drunk driving incidents and engaged in some embarrassing sexual escapades. Thompson says Carmen "Crystal" Kazim claims to have been a call girl providing sexual services to Reno. [Janet Reno's Troubles]

Why does Janet Reno still have a job? Janet Reno has got to be one of the most incompetent U.S. Attorney Generals ever. She's just another bafoon in a long line of people who have represented the "most ethical administration in history". And, it all starts at the top.
Also, I've read accounts which stipulate that she has quite the shady past. Can anybody out there confirm this? I think she was caught in a compromising situation with another woman. Don't know for sure. Reno (not this "Reno") has got to go! - Why does Janet Reno still have a job? - Add your comments:

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