Richard R Wier
Delaware warrant, Richard R. Wier, Jr, former Attorney General of Delaware, Attorney General Biden, Joe Biden, No justice in Delaware, Obama corruption
Larry Sinclair is being persecuted for questioning Barack Obama. From Sinclair’s arrest in Washington DC after his press conference, to the dubious warrant from Attorney General Biden’s office, to Richard R. Wier, Jr, former Attorney General of Delaware, backing out of his agreement to represent Sinclair. Is the Obama Campaign behind this? Is Senator Joe Biden, the father of the Delaware Attorney General behind this? There has been a severe miscarriage of justice. Is this the kind of change that you want? Larry Sinclair was interviewed by Jeff Rense onRead More
Larry Sinclair Delaware arraignment continued, Richard R. Wier, Jr backs out, Delaware Bar Association, Joe Biden, Attorney General Biden, Obama Campaign pressure?
Larry Sinclair’s arraignment in Delaware Superior Court has been continued. Wilmington Attorney Richard R. Wier, Jr, former Attorney General of Delaware, notified Sinclair yesterday at 5:15 PM, that he was withdrawing as Sinclair’s attorney. Here is Larry Sinclair’s statement on this: “Delaware Arraignment Continued/Official Complaint To Be Filed Against Attorney Wier Posted by Larry Sinclair on Thursday, July 3, 2008 The arraignment scheduled in the Delaware Criminal Case for this morning at 8:30 AM has been continued to July 18, 2008. I did provide the Court with a copy of theRead More
Larry Sinclair, Delaware, Attorney General, Richard R Wier, Jr, Attorney General Biden, Joe Biden, Obama, Justice, Conspiracy, Weir backs out
What do Larry Sinclair, Obama, Joe Biden, Attorney General Biden, Richard R Wier, Jr and Delaware have in common. Miscarriage of justice. Larry Sinclair entered into an agreement with Richard R Wier, Jr, former Attorney General of Delaware, for legal representation. Mr. Sinclair is to be arraigned in Superior Court in delaware today, Thursday, July 3, 2008. Mr. Sinclair was notified at 5:15 PM, Wednesday, July 2, 2008 that Mr. Weir would not be representing him. According to Mr. Sinclair, this is the reason given by Mr. Weir: “I cannotRead More