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August 05, 2009

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jerry l. hermann

I almost puked when I heard statements like 'his family has suffered so much." How? By getting Harvard educations with shake down money procured by their father in his numerous nefarious dealings. Does anyone think these Harvard educated smart Jefferson girls didn't know how their father, on the lowly salary of a congressman, was able to pay their way through the most expensive college arena in the world? The Jefferson girls ought to be required to give up their Ivy League degrees as ill gotten gains from their rotten father and mother. They surely knew or should have known that something was stinking in the freezer. Steal from the poor to give to themselves. How much did they know and when did they know it? And Uncle Mose too. Expose it all. This is a national shame.

John Guest

Jefferson was deemed by the court to have acted illegally in such a serious way that he could spend the rest of his life in prison, yet the jury has to decide whether he should give back the payment he received for those actions. Am I the only one that thinks this is strange? Does this option work for bank robbers and Ponzi fund managers too?

bill green

yes, justice for this scumbag. i hope he rots in prison

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