LaRouche Warned in 1995, DOJ Permanent Bureaucracy Is a Hit Squad vs. Establishment’s Enemies
Feb. 17, 2020 (EIRNS)—American patriot Lyndon LaRouche’s warnings to the “Hearings on Gross Misconduct of U.S. Department of Justice,” held Aug. 31-Sept. 1, 1995, in Tysons Corner, Virginia, on the out-of-control permanent bureaucracy in the Department of Justice, are 1,000% applicable today. It is out of the bowels of this permanent bureaucracy that crawled the 1,100 former DOJ officials who demanded for Attorney General William Barr’s resignation two days ago.
LaRouche testified to those 1995 hearings:
“We have an out-of-control Justice Department, in my view, where the rot is not in the appointees, as much as it is in the permanent bureaucracy. We have a permanent sickness, in the permanent bureaucracy of part of our government.
“In my case, when the time came that somebody wanted me out of the way, they were able to rely upon that permanent injustice in the permanent bureaucracy of government, to do the job. As in the Fruehmenschen case, the Weaver case, the Waco case, the case of Waldheim, the case of Demjanjuk, and other cases. Always there’s that agency inside the Justice Department, which works for a contract, like a hitman, when somebody with the right credentials and passwords walks in, and says, ‘We want to get this group of people,’ or ‘We want to get this person.’
“My case may be, as Ramsey Clark described it, the most extensive and the highest level of these cases, in terms of the duration and scope of the operation….
“So my case is important, in the sense that it’s more extensive, it’s more deep-going, long-going. But when it came to getting me, it was the same apparatus, that, I find, in my opinion, was used in these other cases. And until we remove, from our system of government, the rotten, permanent bureaucracy which acts like contract assassins, using the authority of the justice system to perpetrate assassination, this country is not free, nor anyone in it.”