CO-Sen: Bob Barr Spanks Ken Buck

As an NRA Board Member, Former GOP Congressman and Former Fed Prosecutor, when Bob Barr slams Colorado GOP Senate Candidate Ken Buck's unethical, dishonest and sleazy behavior, it is 3-times as powerful. Could we have an NRA civil war brewing?

An ugly episode nearly nine years ago involving a reprimand against Colorado Republican Senate candidate Ken Buck, while he was serving at the time as an assistant U.S. attorney in Denver, continues to shadow the candidate — as well it should.

When an assistant federal prosecutor is reprimanded by the Department of Justice for improperly disclosing internal government deliberations about a pending case to a defense attorney, it is not something that can or should be sloughed off as a youthful indiscretion.
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It is important to note that the U.S. attorney who gave Buck the reprimand was a Republican, John Suthers. This was not a partisan effort to "get" Ken Buck. Nor are the questions the incident raises those of an everyday, "off-the-record chat" between a prosecutor and a defense attorney, as Buck now characterizes the incident. To continue to belittle this incident serves only to reinforce the concerns that were the basis of the 2001 letter of reprimand in the first place.

 

 

 

 

 

CO-Sen: Bob Barr Spanks Ken Buck

As an NRA Board Member, Former GOP Congressman and Former Fed Prosecutor, when Bob Barr slams Colorado GOP Senate Candidate Ken Buck's unethical, dishonest and sleazy behavior, it is 3-times as powerful. Could we have an NRA civil war brewing?

An ugly episode nearly nine years ago involving a reprimand against Colorado Republican Senate candidate Ken Buck, while he was serving at the time as an assistant U.S. attorney in Denver, continues to shadow the candidate — as well it should.

When an assistant federal prosecutor is reprimanded by the Department of Justice for improperly disclosing internal government deliberations about a pending case to a defense attorney, it is not something that can or should be sloughed off as a youthful indiscretion.
...

It is important to note that the U.S. attorney who gave Buck the reprimand was a Republican, John Suthers. This was not a partisan effort to "get" Ken Buck. Nor are the questions the incident raises those of an everyday, "off-the-record chat" between a prosecutor and a defense attorney, as Buck now characterizes the incident. To continue to belittle this incident serves only to reinforce the concerns that were the basis of the 2001 letter of reprimand in the first place.

 

 

 

 

 

CO-Sen: Bob Barr Spanks Ken Buck

As an NRA Board Member, Former GOP Congressman and Former Fed Prosecutor, when Bob Barr slams Colorado GOP Senate Candidate Ken Buck's unethical, dishonest and sleazy behavior, it is 3-times as powerful. Could we have an NRA civil war brewing?

An ugly episode nearly nine years ago involving a reprimand against Colorado Republican Senate candidate Ken Buck, while he was serving at the time as an assistant U.S. attorney in Denver, continues to shadow the candidate — as well it should.

When an assistant federal prosecutor is reprimanded by the Department of Justice for improperly disclosing internal government deliberations about a pending case to a defense attorney, it is not something that can or should be sloughed off as a youthful indiscretion.
...

It is important to note that the U.S. attorney who gave Buck the reprimand was a Republican, John Suthers. This was not a partisan effort to "get" Ken Buck. Nor are the questions the incident raises those of an everyday, "off-the-record chat" between a prosecutor and a defense attorney, as Buck now characterizes the incident. To continue to belittle this incident serves only to reinforce the concerns that were the basis of the 2001 letter of reprimand in the first place.

 

 

 

 

 

CO-Sen: Bob Barr Spanks Ken Buck

As an NRA Board Member, Former GOP Congressman and Former Fed Prosecutor, when Bob Barr slams Colorado GOP Senate Candidate Ken Buck's unethical, dishonest and sleazy behavior, it is 3-times as powerful. Could we have an NRA civil war brewing?

An ugly episode nearly nine years ago involving a reprimand against Colorado Republican Senate candidate Ken Buck, while he was serving at the time as an assistant U.S. attorney in Denver, continues to shadow the candidate — as well it should.

When an assistant federal prosecutor is reprimanded by the Department of Justice for improperly disclosing internal government deliberations about a pending case to a defense attorney, it is not something that can or should be sloughed off as a youthful indiscretion.
...

It is important to note that the U.S. attorney who gave Buck the reprimand was a Republican, John Suthers. This was not a partisan effort to "get" Ken Buck. Nor are the questions the incident raises those of an everyday, "off-the-record chat" between a prosecutor and a defense attorney, as Buck now characterizes the incident. To continue to belittle this incident serves only to reinforce the concerns that were the basis of the 2001 letter of reprimand in the first place.

 

 

 

 

 

CO-Sen: Bob Barr Spanks Ken Buck

As an NRA Board Member, Former GOP Congressman and Former Fed Prosecutor, when Bob Barr slams Colorado GOP Senate Candidate Ken Buck's unethical, dishonest and sleazy behavior, it is 3-times as powerful. Could we have an NRA civil war brewing?

An ugly episode nearly nine years ago involving a reprimand against Colorado Republican Senate candidate Ken Buck, while he was serving at the time as an assistant U.S. attorney in Denver, continues to shadow the candidate — as well it should.

When an assistant federal prosecutor is reprimanded by the Department of Justice for improperly disclosing internal government deliberations about a pending case to a defense attorney, it is not something that can or should be sloughed off as a youthful indiscretion.
...

It is important to note that the U.S. attorney who gave Buck the reprimand was a Republican, John Suthers. This was not a partisan effort to "get" Ken Buck. Nor are the questions the incident raises those of an everyday, "off-the-record chat" between a prosecutor and a defense attorney, as Buck now characterizes the incident. To continue to belittle this incident serves only to reinforce the concerns that were the basis of the 2001 letter of reprimand in the first place.

 

 

 

 

 

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