Via David "Mueller is scum."
As FBI director in 2002, Special Counsel Robert Mueller directed his
agents to oppose the pardons of four wrongfully imprisoned men because
exculpatory evidence was merely “fodder for cross-examination,” newly
revealed FBI documents show.
Four years later, the four men, or their estates, were awarded
$102 million by a federal judge in Boston for their wrongful decades-long imprisonment due to FBI misconduct.
ordered the Boston FBI office to answer a request to him from the
Massachusetts Advisory Board of Pardons for an “official version” of the
imprisonment of the four men for a gangland murder in Chelsea MA in
The four men – Louie Greco, Henry Tameleo, Peter
Limone and Joe Salvati – were convicted in state court in Boston of
murdering Edward “Teddy” Deegan, a small-time hoodlum, in an alley
during a bank burglary.