Oliver North


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Do I consider Oliver North a traitor?  YES!
'He trafficked coccaine, trafficked illegal weapons - and is a CIA operative

And Trump helped Oliver North become President of NRA - most likely sabatoging Wayne LaPierre3 


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  • Oliver North Career Criminal

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        Oliver North won't go to prison even though he lied to Congress, shredded White House documents and accepted a $14,000 security fence from an Iran-contra arms profiteer. His punishment of 1,200 hours of community service, $150,000 fine and three years' suspended sentence doesn't fit his felonies. Even a brief imprisonment might have inspired more public officials to comply with the law and legitimate inquiries from Congress.
    Perhaps uniquely among convicted felons, Mr. North escapes prison largely because he still will not acknowledge that what he did was a crime and a perversion of public service. ''Jail would only harden your misconceptions,'' said the trial judge, Gerhard Gesell.
    Thus did Oliver North, who cowed the Iran-contra committees, who won dismissal of the most serious charges against him and who persuaded a jury to acquit him of nine other counts, outwit one of the canniest Federal judges. Indeed, Mr. North clearly expected tougher terms from the judge who had brilliantly cut through complex issues of evidence and national security to bring the case to the sentencing stage. The closest Mr. North came to contrition was his mumbled statement: ''I grieve over what has happened and I truly do pray about it every day. I have made many mistakes and as a result of those mistakes I have been convicted of serious crimes.'' He apparently rues getting caught more than committing felonies.
    The lenient sentence has some virtues. It denies the flag-waving orator a self-professed martyrdom. It reduces his rank, in the judge's words, to that of ''a low-ranking subordinate working to carry out initiatives of a few cynical superiors.'' It makes it much harder for apologists to urge that he be given a Presidential pardon. And it continues to point the finger of responsibility upward.
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              Everyone knows that Oliver North escaped the Iran-Contra affair conviction free, even though many people believed that he was, in fact, guilty.

    What specifically, in fact and theory, was he guilty of, assuming the basic story as accepted today is 100% accurate?

    I know the basic story and that he supposedly wasn't supposed to have done what he is widely accepted as doing. What were the specific laws that he violated when he performed those naughty acts? (e.g. "3 counts of Aggravated Mopery with Intent to Creep in the Second Degree, Criminal Code S 53.332.3, Felony, each count with a penalty of up to 10 years in prison and up to a $10,000 fine") 
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    1989May 4

    Oliver North Convicted of Iran-Contra Crimes


    Lt. Col. Oliver North, staff member with the National Security Council under President Ronald Reagan, was convicted on this day on three counts for crimes associated with the Iran-Contra scandal. In fact, the Iran-Contra affair was based on North’s “neat idea” of secretly and illegally selling arms to Iran and then using the profits from the sales to secretly and illegally providing funds to the anti-Communist Contras in Nicaragua through the CIA. North was originally indicted on 16 counts of criminal conduct for his actions during the scandal; on this day, he was convicted of accepting a gratuity, obstructing a Congressional investigation, and ordering the destruction of government documents (see, for example, his infamous “shredding party” on November 21, 1986). His convictions were subsequently overturned on a technicality. For his defiant testimony before Congress on July 7, 1987, in which he belligerently refused to apologize for his illegal actions, he immediately became a hero among conservatives

    Continued on the link above

     Lie .......                    Vs.                                         Truth



    Oliver North is the perfectly toxic choice to head the NRA


    With his criminal involvement in the Iran-Contra scandal, Ollie North is the perfect choice to lead the NRA

    MATTHEW ROZSA
    MAY 7, 2018 9:21PM (UTC)






    Oliver North, the man who nearly 30 years ago was convicted of several crimes related to the Iran-Contra scandal, is going to be the new leader of the right-wing pro-gun lobby, the National Rifle Association (NRA).

    "Oliver North is, hands down, the absolute best choice to lead our NRA Board, to fully engage with our members, and to unflinchingly stand and fight for the great freedoms he has defended his entire life," NRA Executive Vice President and CEO Wayne LaPierre explained in a statement, according to CNN. LaPierre has emerged as one of the NRA's most prominent figures over the last few years, a role that he is likely to at least partially cede to North now that the former national security aide has been tapped to head the organization.

    North is likely to fit in well with the group, given that he has spent more than 20 years as a right-wing media figure. Most recently North has appeared regularly as a commentator on Fox News, where he has continued his reputation for offering consistently conservative interpretations of major news events. North is now retiring from FOX News, effective immediately, to take over the NRA.

    Up until the 1970s, the NRA was viewed as more of a sportsmen's club than a political organization, at least according to its leaders. In 1977, however, an internal coup replaced the organization's traditional leadership with staunch right-wingers who were convinced that federal efforts at gun control were an attempt by the state to infringe upon their civil liberties. This was in staunch contrast to the right-wing position on gun control less than a decade earlier when an armed Black Panther Party march in California prompted Governor Ronald Reagan and other prominent conservatives to call for stricter gun control measures.

    North himself became a right-wing hero in the 1980s when he admitted to partial responsibility for selling weapons to Iran through an intermediary in order to arm right-wing militants in Nicaragua called the Contras. The so-called Iran-Contra scandal would shake Reagan's presidency during its second term as well as that of his successor, George H. W. Bush. North was ultimately convicted of three crimes, according to The Guardian.



    The former National Security aide, Oliver North, the man at the heart of the 1986 Iran-contra affair, was yesterday found guilty on three counts - including deceiving Congress and receiving an illegal gratuity - in a verdict which seems certain to rebound with a vengeance on President Bush and his predecessor, Mr Reagan.

    The three counts were: shredding government documents; accepting a bribe in the shape of a security fence; and seeking to keep the truth from Congress.
    North's convictions were later vacated and the charges against him dismissed due to the possibility that witnesses may have been influenced by his
    congressional testimony, for which he had been granted immunity. As a result, North's public image was sufficiently clean enough to enable him to run for the United States Senate in Virginia in 1994. Although the 1994 midterm elections were a sweeping triumph for Republican candidates throughout the country, North was one of the few GOPers to go down in defeat, losing to the Democratic incumbent Chuck Robb in a campaign later chronicled in the 1996 documentary "A Perfect Candidate."
    This hilarious "American Dad!" clip offers a pithy summary of North's involvement in the Iran-Contra scandal.
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    March 16, 1988: Patriot or Traitor? Oliver North Indicted for Fraud

    Major Dan By MAJOR DAN   7 Comments

    A Brief History

    On March 16, 1988, Marine Lieutenant Colonel (Lt. Col.) Oliver North and National Security Adviser Vice Admiral John Poindexter were indicted on charges of conspiracy to defraud the U.S. government.  Despite legislation specifically prohibiting the aiding of the “Contra” rebels in Nicaragua (the Boland Amendment to the 1982 Appropriations Bill), North had masterminded a shell game of maneuvering funds in order to finance them.


    Digging Deeper

    As if blatant disregard for the law was not bad enough, part of the conspiracy that became known as the Iran-Contra Affair included selling weapons to Iran to fund the Contras and possibly to encourage the release of American hostages in Lebanon.  To tangle the web he was weaving even more, North developed a cozy relationship with Panamanian Dictator Manuel Noriega to get his help in destroying Nicaraguan economic targets in exchange for a free hand dealing drugs in the U.S. and perhaps some extra cash.
    When the politically embarrassing information became public in 1986, President Ronald Reagan was forced to fire North from his position with the National Security Council.  North was more or less on hold for the next year until he retired from the Marine Corps and testified before Congress in 1987.  It was discovered that he had shredded documents and destroyed evidence at the behest of Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) Director William Casey and the previous National Security Adviser Robert McFarlane.
    North was indicted on 16 felony counts, and in 1989 was convicted of 3 of them: 1) accepting an illegal gratuity; 2) aiding and abetting the obstruction of a congressional inquiry; 3) and ordering his secretary, Fawn Hall, to destroy evidence.  The immunity granted him during congressional hearings prevented his testimony from being used against him and spared him from further convictions.  Sentenced to 3 years in prison (suspended), a $150,000 fine and, of course, community service, North’s convictions were overturned in 1990 with the help of the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) as his inadmissible testimony was deemed to have swayed witnesses.  The convictions were dismissed despite stringent efforts by the prosecution to avoid any such pitfalls, with research showing that no undue influence had taken place. (Justice in the U.S. is a joke. Just saying…)
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    Oliver North

    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    This article is about the American military figure. For the British engineer, see Oliver Danson North.
    Oliver North
    Oliver North by Gage Skidmore.jpg
    Birth name
    Oliver Laurence North
    Nickname(s)
    Ollie
    Ollie North
    Born
    October 7, 1943 (age 74)
    San Antonio, Texas, U.S.
    Allegiance
    https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/e/e2/Flag_of_the_United_States_%28Pantone%29.svg/23px-Flag_of_the_United_States_%28Pantone%29.svg.png United States of America
    Service/branch
    Years of service
    1968–1990
    Rank
    Unit
    ·         1st Battalion 3rd Marines(Vietnam)
    ·         3rd Battalion 8th Marines
    ·         2nd Marine Division
    Commands held
    Marine Corps Northern Training Area, Okinawa
    Battles/wars
    Awards
    ·         Silver Star Medal
    ·         Bronze Star Medal with Combat "V"
    ·         Purple Heart Medal (2)
    ·         Combat Action Ribbon
    ·         Presidential Service Badge
    Spouse(s)
    Betsy North (m. 1967); 4 children
    Other work
    ·         Fox News correspondent
    ·         United States Senatecandidate
    NRA President
    Oliver Laurence North (born October 7, 1943) is an American political commentator, television host, military historian, author, and retired United States Marine Corps Lieutenant Colonel. He was convicted in the Iran–Contra affair of the late 1980s but his convictions were vacated and reversed, and all charges against him dismissed in 1991.
    North is primarily remembered for his term as a National Security Council staff member during the Iran–Contra affair, a political scandal of the late 1980s. The scandal involved the illegal sale of weapons to Iran to encourage the release of U.S. hostages then held in Lebanon. North formulated the second part of the plan, which was to divert proceeds from the arms sales to support the Contra rebel groups in Nicaragua, which had been specifically prohibited under the Boland Amendment. North was granted limited immunity from prosecution in exchange for testifying before Congress about the scheme.
    From 2001 to 2016, North hosted War Stories with Oliver North on Fox News.
    In May 2018, North was chosen as the next President of the National Rifle Association.[1]
    Continued on Wikipedia, link provided above

    Operation “I didn’t do it” because
    I’m a Hero ….
    by Oliver North
    WASHINGTON, D.C. -- By now, almost everyone in the world with a television has seen the videotape that appears to show a U.S. Marine shooting a wounded Iraqi terrorist inside a mosque in Fallujah. For the record, here are the facts, because facts -- not rumors or emotions -- really are important. Here is what those who were there told me:
     On Friday, Nov. 12, U.S. Marines were fired upon by terrorists armed with AK-47s, RPD machine guns and rocket-propelled grenades from a mosque and an adjacent building. The Marines returned fire, first with M-16s and 240G machine guns, and then, as they continued to take fire and casualties, they escalated to an MK-19, a 40mm grenade launcher and then an AT-4 missile.
     When none of these weapons successfully eliminated enemy fire, the platoon commander called for and received permission to open fire with the main gun of an M-1 Abrams tank and then storm the buildings. In the ensuing assault, 10 terrorists were killed and five others were wounded, as the Marines went room-to-room clearing the buildings. Immediately afterward, two correspondents accompanying coalition forces were shown a large quantity of AK-47s, machine guns, mortar rounds, explosives, RPGs and hand grenades that had been stored in the mosque.
     While the print and broadcast cameramen were photographing the evidence of a war crime -- weapons being stored in a place of worship -- the Marine unit received an order over the radio to advance and secure another building. As the bone-tired troops departed for their next objective, one of the correspondents asked what would become of the wounded terrorists. A Marine sergeant replied that another unit was to move up and evacuate the injured enemy to the rear for treatment and detention.
     The following morning -- Saturday -- another platoon of Marines from a different company was attacked from the mosque. A second gunfight ensued, and once again, a squad of Marines assaulted the structure. They were accompanied by NBC correspondent Kevin Sites and his cameraman, taping for the "pool" -- meaning that whatever tape he filed would be available to all the networks accredited to cover Operation New Dawn.
     According to the videotape and the report filed after the action, as the Marines burst into one of the rooms inside the mosque, they found four terrorists -- one dead and three wounded. In the video that has now been seen around the world, one of the battle-weary Marines points his weapon at one of the enemy combatants lying against the wall and shouts, "He's (expletive) faking he's dead. He's faking he's (expletive) dead." An instant later, the Marine raises his rifle and fires into the insurgent's head. Immediately thereafter, another Marine can be heard saying, "Well, he's dead now."
    For American broadcasts, the actual shot is "blacked out." But when the tape airs on Al Jazeera, Al Arabiya, Lebanon TV and other Arab media outlets, nothing is left to the imagination. Unfortunately, neither version is accurate -- though both are very troubling. Like so much of what's on television today, only the goriest, most sensational portion of the tape has aired. As a consequence, "the rest of the story" -- as my friend Paul Harvey puts it -- has been lost in the clamor created by 15 seconds of videotape.
     Only a few have seen the footage shot the day before -- providing irrefutable evidence that the mosque was a well-defended arms depot. And fewer still have viewed the very next sequence after "the shooting," which shows two Marines pointing their weapons at another combatant lying motionless. Suddenly, one of the Marines jumps back as the terrorist stretches out his hand, motioning that he is alive. Neither Marine opens fire.
     According to the Marines, a Navy medical corpsman was then summoned to treat the two wounded prisoners. In his original written report, Sites, the correspondent who videotaped the shooting, doesn't mention the medical treatment provided to the injured enemy combatants, but he does note that four of the combatants were some of those who had been left behind from the firefight on Friday. If the NBC reporter knew that from being there the day before, why didn't he tell this new group of Marines before they rushed into the room?
     None of that is included in the tape, which is now being used to raise Islamic ire at the "American invader." Why? And why did it take more than a day to learn that the Marine seen shooting on the videotape had been wounded in the face the day before if the correspondent knew that when he filed the videotape? Why didn't the original story include the fact that a Marine in the same unit had been killed 24 hours earlier while searching the booby-trapped dead body of a terrorist?
    Within hours of the videotaped incident in the mosque, another Marine was killed and five others wounded by a booby-trapped body they found in a house after a gunfight. Why was this not made part of the original story? Even Amnesty International, no friend to the American armed forces, has reported that the Iraqi terrorists have illegally used white flags to lure coalition forces into ambushes. Yet this, too, is absent in the original story.
     Though the Arab media doesn't mention it, the incident is being fully investigated -- even as combat operations continue. If a court martial is convened, the young Marine in the videotape will have a chance to defend his actions. Meanwhile, Arab broadcasts outside Iraq that won't even mention the murder of relief worker Margaret Hassan will replay the "shooting video" for weeks to come as an incitement to join the Jihad.
     In the rush to air sensational footage, the "pool" system failed us all. Worse yet, it failed the young soldiers and Marines and their brave Iraqi allies who are fighting to liberate Fallujah from the terrorists' bloody grip. Even though the "shooting video" lacked context and failed to tell the full story -- it became the big story. If it becomes the story of Fallujah, that would be a crime.
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    Defense.gov News Photo of King Fahd (cropped).jpg
    King Fahd in 1998.
    Reign
    13 June 1982 – 1 August 2005
    13 June 1982
    Predecessor
    Successor
    Regent
    Crown Prince Abdullah
    (21 February 1996 – 1 August 2005)
    Born
    Died
    1 August 2005 (aged 84)
    King Faisal Hospital, Riyadh
    Burial
    2 August 2005
    Al Oud cemetery, Riyadh
    Issue
    Father
    Mother
    Religion
    Fahd bin Abdulaziz Al SaudCustodian of the Two Holy Mosques (Arabicفهد بن عبد العزيز آل سعود‎ Fahd ibn ‘Abd al-‘Azīz Āl Sa‘ūd1921[1][2] – 1 August 2005) was King of Saudi Arabiafrom 1982 to 2005.
    One of 45 sons of Saudi founder Ibn Saud, and the fourth of his six sons who have ruled the Kingdom (SaudFaisalKhalid, Fahd, Abdullah and Salman), Fahd ascended to the throne on the death of his half-brother King Khalid on 13 June 1982.
    Fahd was appointed Crown Prince when Khalid succeeded his half-brother King Faisal, who was assassinated in 1975. Fahd was viewed as the de facto Prime Minister during King Khalid's reign in part due to the latter's ill health.
    Fahd suffered a debilitating stroke in 1995, after which he was unable to continue performing his full official duties. His half-brother Abdullah, the country's Crown Prince, served as de facto regent of the kingdom, and succeeded Fahd as monarch upon his death in August 2005.
    King Fahd is credited for having introduced the Basic Law of Saudi Arabia in 1992.
      
    Dodi al Fayed was tranny Diana’s fiancé….yet the royal “piece of furniture” Diana is now Elton John’s Husband and his name is David Furnish. LOL.

    Princess Diana

    Princess of Wales
    Diana, Princess of Wales was a member of the British royal family. She was the first wife of Charles, Prince of Wales, the heir apparent to the British throne, and the mother of Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, and Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex.
    • Lived: Jul 01, 1961 - Aug 31, 1997 (age 36)
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