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Ira Einhorn "new trial" condition precluded by Supreme Court decision says former Philly DA

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    Ira Einhorn new trial condition precluded by Supreme Court decision says former Philly DA One of the conditions set by French authorities for the extradition
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      Ira Einhorn "new trial" condition precluded by Supreme Court decision says former
      Philly DA

      One of the conditions set by French authorities for the extradition of Ira Einhorn
      is his ability to get a new trial in Philadelphia, which has been repeatedly
      "promised" by current Philly DA Lynne Abrahams, in spite of his previous murder
      conviction in absentia.

      The below post to him from Einhorn's attorney, N. E. Gelman, forwarded by Einhorn,
      describes a recent TV interview with a former Philadelphia County DA who cites
      a Supreme Court decision clearly precluding a new trial, further evidence that
      Abrahams is being "disingenuous" in her "promise" of a new trial to French authorities
      in pursuing Einhorn's extradition.

      Was the trial in absentia simply a blunder whose implications are now being
      misrepresented by the DA, or was it a knowledgeable part of a plan to make sure
      the full Ira Einhorn story never sees the light of a fair court hearing?


      As the current election distractions totally overshadow the last 3weeks of vigorous
      US backed Colombia war activities over the drug trade (our "next Vietnam" now
      in progress), does the real Ira Einhorn story and his longstanding efforts to
      expose this CIA/DEA/police-corruption-mafia-drug-smuggling-wars connection possibly
      threaten Philly authorities recently implicated in the illegal drug trade coverup
      with local police agency corruptions exposed by recent articles in the Philly
      papers? (see http://www.egroups.com/group/ira-einhorn -- http://www.copvcia.com
      -- http://www.egroups.com/group/cia-drugs )

      Given the documentations at these sites of both Bush and Clinton "factions"
      lonstanding involvement in this drug trade corruption, whose laundered profits
      fuel both Democratic and Republican Parties, is it any wonder that the Einhorn
      extradition is being pushed by the Clinton administration as well?


      --------begin forwarded message---------

      From: [Ira Einhorn in France]
      To: <gear2000@...>
      Subject: Trans. : tape
      Date: Tuesday, November 21, 2000 6:08 PM

      David,
      FYI - the reference below is to a TV show made by an ex-DA of
      Philadelphia about me.
      The cat is out of the bag.
      Ira

      Dans un courrier daté du 11/21/2000 6:15:06 PM Romance Standard Time,
      NEGelman a écrit :

      << Emmet Fitzpatrick, former DA of Phila. County is on the tape and he says

      during the discussion of your extradition:

      "Why an absentia trial?" - He cannot understand why there was such a
      trial in the first place.

      "Can't get a new trial" "DA does not have jurisdiction to give him a new

      trial."

      Fitz spoke of the Willard Moran case where the DA promised Moran that if

      he testified against mobsters his death sentence would be vacated - and when

      the DA moved to vacate the death sentence, the trial court refused and on
      appeal the Supreme Court refused to vacate it. "Case closed" said Fitz

      "Nobody has the power today to bring him back and give him a new trial -

      he's not going to get a new trial.">>


      --------end forwarded message---------------
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