Jerrold Nadler the career hypocrite politician wanted the Ken Starr report heavily redacted.
In this 1998 Charlie Rose interview he says the exact opposite of today.
The best speech ever in court? Some say, yes!
Give me a chance... give me a chance... Give me a chance, don't cut me off. I'm not defending myself, I'm defending you...
Sacco and Vanzetti
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Chicago Seven
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Dealul Spirii Trial
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Dreyfus affair
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Nuremberg Trials
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Trial of the Seventeen
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Trial of the Sixteen
The Trial of the Sixteen (Polish: Proces szesnastu) was a staged trial of 16 leaders of the Polish Underground State held by the Soviet Union in Moscow in 1945.
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Trial of the Twenty-One
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Lewinsky scandal
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Cheryl Mills
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Genrikh Yagoda
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Nuremberg principles
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David Schippers
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Silvio Berlusconi underage prostitution charges
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William Latimer, 4th Baron Latimer
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People's Court (Germany)
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Abbie Hoffman
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Trial of the thirty
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Hryhoriy Hrynko
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Henry Stanbery
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Mikhail Khodorkovsky
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Alexei Rykov
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