gathered in the car). He reported theft. The next day a 15-year old boy told police he saw Gerstner shoot a transvestite dead. That went nowhere fast because the boy couldn’t keep his story straight and finally admitted a bribe from somebody “from the FBI”.
The day after that a detective had found a crack addict driving the car around, he was questioned and released, then the story was planted that he said he had stolen it from Joe Gerstner while the commissioner was high on cocaine and having sex with a prostitute. He was brought in for questioning, but a drug test proved he did not do cocaine. He refused to answer more questions, seeing it was a frame-up, so the judge put him in jail for contempt.
He was released after three weeks pending appeal, but instead of surrendering to Janet Reno’s vendetta (she was directing the discordant ruckus, her initials on documents), he went on “vacation” to Australia. As soon as the appeal fell through he applied for asylum in Australia. It took him eight years, because Janet Reno kept sending people (paid for by tax extortion victims) to bring him back to the U. S.
So Eric Holder was wrong.
And Dinesh Ddouza was a victim of political persecution, put in prison for being
effective at opposing Obama’s policies.