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    Parent DirectoryMost Corrupt Political Leaders of the Year


    Judicial Watch’s Dirty Dozen

    The 12 Most Corrupt Politicians, Lobbyists and Business Leaders of 2002

    (Washington, DC) Judicial Watch, the public interest group that investigates and prosecutes government corruption, announces its top ten list of the most corrupt politicians, government officials, lobbyists and business leaders of 2002.

  • #1 Sen. Hillary Clinton (D-NY): Like a modern-day Gollum, Mrs. Clinton’s quest for political brass rings frequently descends into evil, from Whitewater to FBI Filegate to Travelgate to taking over 2 million dollars in illegal contributions for her Senate campaign from Judicial Watch client Peter Paul. Judicial Watch’s quest is to throw her ring into the judicial “Cracks of Doom.”
  • #2 Bill Clinton (D): The “King of Corruption” for eight tawdry years, Judicial Watch looks forward to taking Mr. Clinton’s testimony under oath in the Dolly Kyle Browning vs. Clinton case and many others.
  • #3 Fmr. FBI Director Louis Freeh (R): The most corrupt and inept FBI Director in the history of the agency, Freeh recently suffered a blow from the Supreme Court, refusing to acknowledge his claim of immunity in a lawsuit filed by JW on behalf of Fmr. Energy Department Director of Intelligence, Notra Trulock.
  • #4 Jesse Jackson (D): Judicial Watch sued the so-called “Reverend” Jesse Jackson, his son Jonathan and others for alleged civil rights violations and assault and battery on behalf of conservative black activist Rev. Jesse Lee Petersen.
  • #5 Congressman Richard Gephardt (D-MO): Judicial Watch sued Gephardt & his campaign staff for alleged assault, civil rights violations and abuse of process and other wrongdoings on behalf of Bill Federer, who ran for and nearly won, Gephardt’s seat in 2000.
  • #6 DNC Chairman Terry McAuliffe (D): Parlayed $100,000 into 18 million dollars in the bankrupt Global Crossing. JW is suing McAuliffe over his alleged shady ties with Global Crossing.
  • #7 Fmr. IRS Commissioner Charles Rossotti (R): Used the Internal Revenue Service as a political weapon that would have made even Richard Nixon proud.
  • #8 Sen. Trent Lott (R-MS): A supreme embarrassment to the nation even before his recent foot-in-mouth statement at Strom Thurmond’s 100th birthday, Lott was instrumental in making the impeachment trial of Bill Clinton a total joke.
  • #9 Sen. Robert Torricelli (D-NJ): Like “The Godfather’s” Senator Geary, “The Torch” couldn’t find an offer or a big-screen TV that he couldn’t refuse. His corrupt career on Capitol Hill presently sleeps with fishes.
  • #10 Sen. Tom Daschle (D-SD): Judicial Watch has filed FOIA requests to uncover Sen. Daschle and his wife Linda’s role in the selection of faulty bomb detecting equipment for the airline industry.
  • #11 Fmr. Enron CEO Kenneth Lay: The disgraced “Kenny-Boy,” used investors money in Enron like his own personal cookie jar, playing the fiddle while this Houston-based company burned.
  • #12 Congressman Henry Waxman (D-CA): For his tireless efforts to obstruct justice whenever Democrat wrongdoing is involved.

    Honorable Mention: Congressman Tom DeLay (R-TX): “The Hammer” smashed his thumb when he tried to sell White House access to contributors a la Lincoln bedroom-style.





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