Larry Sinclair was freed early this evening and he is back and he is not going away. As Americans, we all need the answers to the questions surrounding Mr. Sinclair arrest.
Given that many influential politicians and media people knew with reasonable certainty what Mr. Sinclair was likely to say before the National Press Club and fully realized that the allegations that he and Sen. Barrack Obama engaged in the illegal use of cocaine and consensual gay sex in 1999 would be politically damaging to the Senator, were any legal processes encouraged to be bent, relaxed, expanded, manipulated, or bastardized in relation to the issuance of Mr. Sinclair’s arrest warrant, its timing of execution or location of execution?
Was there any improper official governmental action involved regarding the issuance of the arrest warrant or the timing of its execution? Reliable sources say that in January of 2008, a criminal records check was conducted for Mr. Sinclair and no active warrants came back on the report.
Was there a preexisting arrest warrant?
What was the Attorney General of Delaware’s role in the issuance, timing, or execution of the arrest warrant for Mr. Larry Sinclair?
Did the fact that the Attorney General’s father Senator Joe Biden is speculated to be a leading candidate for Sen. Obama’s VP have anything to do with Mr. Sinclair’s arrest?
Would any other active arrest warrant in Delaware with similar facts been executed in this manner?
Given that the manner of execution of this arrest warrant against Larry Sinclair appeared to be intentionally and meticulously calculated to infringe upon Mr. Sinclair’s ability to exercise his rights of free speech; and further attempted to discredit the weight of his statements before the National Press Club in Washington, D.C. by an unnecessary and unwarranted public arrest – who was directly and indirectly involved in this possible abuse of Delaware’s and Washington, D.C.’s judicial and legal processes?
Why was Mr. Sinclair held for such a long time?
Was he in effect being held as a political prisoner?
These and many other questions must be answered about this highly suspect exercise of political theater masquerading as a legitimate legal process!
I leave you with this quote,
No one can terrorize a whole nation, unless we are all his accomplices.
Edward R. Murrow
Mr. Sinclair has recounted this seemingly malicious arrest on his blog.