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BUSTED. Another SES Deep State Player
Latham & Watkins LLP is James W. Breyer’s firm / Accel Partners / National Venture Capital Association / In-Q-Tel / CIA
Dabney Langhorne Friedrich (born June 19, 1967) is a United States District Judge of the United States District Court for the District of Columbia. She previously served as a Member of the United States Sentencing Commission.
Served at the Sentencing Commission with Michael Horowitz
In 2006, Friedrich was appointed as a member of the United States Sentencing Commission, a position she held until 2016. In that capacity, she helped establish sentencing policies and practices for the federal criminal justice system by promulgating guidelines for congressional review and recommending changes in criminal statutes.
(Horowitz and Friedrich served together)
Dabney Langhorne Friedrich biography
Dabney L. Friedrich. (Jul. 25, 2017). Judiciary Committee Confirmation Questionnaire. U.S. Senate.
Judge T.S. Ellis III supports the C.I.A. rendition program, kicking the can back to the Executive Branch and Legislature, refusing to rule on the constitutionality of the organized torture… and made it above the law, affirming the government’s position “that damage to the national security could result if the defendants in this case were required to admit or deny El-Masri’s allegations.”
OPINION, Doc. No. 51. (May 12, 2006). Khalid El Masri v. George Tenet et al, 05-cv-01417-TSE-TRJ (Thomas S. Ellis III) (EDVA 2006).
S. Hrg. 102-536. (Nov. 19, 1991). Emmet G. Sullivan of Confirmation Hearing, Judiciary Committee, Y4.G74/9. U.S. Senate.
Note: The Senate Judiciary Committee withheld Sullivan’s Senate Confirmation financial disclosure inexplicably.
Sullivan has been assigned a number of FOIA related matters which assisted in the stonewalling, delaying of disclosures to Judicial Watch.
Later financial disclosures are available and are only marginally interesting.