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:Yeah, should we really count Nixon? The whole Watergate thing was done by leftists in order to force him out of office without needing to assassinate him. It was purely partisan and a coup from the get-go, and aside from that, Nixon wasn't even AWARE of the break-in until after the fact (and if anything there's sufficient evidence that the "star witness" who supposedly "broke ranks" with Nixon was the one who actually masterminded the break-in, and all to remove evidence implicating him and his girlfriend to an infamous call-girl ring at the hotel). Definitely agree with the others, though. [[User:Pokeria1|Pokeria1]] ([[User talk:Pokeria1|talk]]) 09:42, 18 August 2019 (EDT)
::You need an understanding of federal law and civil service regulations; adding Prince Andrew and OJ in the mix only confuses issues. [[User:RobSmith|RobS]]<sup>[[User talk:RobSmith|De Plorabus Unum]]</sup>
::::Let's separate the OJ murder charge under California law and the Prince Andrew charge subject to the US/UK extradition treaty out, and focus on [[civil service]] regulations, whether state or federal. Take the facts in the case you cited, and also examine in the facts in Mayor [[Pete Buttigieg]]'s firing of the South Bend police chief, based on threats (Buttigieg claims) made by the U.S. Attorney's office, regarding the civil service status of a South Bend, Indiana civil service employee (the police chief). The case is still under litigation, I think, 5 or 7 years after. The civil servant (the police chief) is likely to win (probably in a case that will never be fully litigated with an out of court settlement). Corruption, as is alleged by some, in the U.S. Attorney's office will never likely be exposed (forget non-action by the DOJ's Civil Service Division to protect minority rights). ::::Here's a good starting point to examine the two-tier system regarding civil servants under existing federal law. [[User:RobSmith|RobS]]<sup>[[User talk:RobSmith|De Plorabus Unum]]</sup> 15:11, 18 August 2019 (EDT)
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