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John Kroger former Oregon Attorney General

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Racketeering, witness tampering, Perjury... not many Attorney Generals get convicted of that! Unfortunately it was a civil trial, and not criminal. The same day the verdict came out was the day that John Kroger stepped down from AG because of a "non-life threatening medical condition" He took a job shortly thereafter as President of Reed College.

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  • The State of Oregon (taxpayers) settled the case for $1,000,000, $680,000 of which went to pay the plaintiff legal fees. Kroger's DOJ wasted millions of dollars on bogus prosecutions that John Kroger used to advance his political career and narcissism.
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  • This case was recently moved to Federal Court in Eugene because the State of Oregon didn't think it could get a fair trial in Marion County Circuit Court. John Kroger's thugs at DOJ busted into a very respected Marion County Circuit Court Judge's office and confiscated the judges files and computers when things didn't go Kroger's way. So now the State is afraid the other judges might have an attitude? Imagine that! I think they would call it like they see it, but judges are human too.
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