Anyone care to explain to me the affidavit the then S. Dak attorney general Bill Janklow made stating that Dave Hill offered his “services” to him?
How about you Dave, want to explain or tell us it was a Cointel thing and you wuz framed, bad jacketed ?
Does anyone think Janklow was swearing that the services Hill offered would be those of house boy or gardener?
Maybe the only jobs Hill would be fit for but the affidavit leaves no doubt in specifying Hill was shopping his ability to be an informant around, and I for one, though far from being alone, don’t believe for a nano second that his “services” were turned down by the feds when they were approached with the same offer.
Maybe so with Janklow as he had his head stuck so far up Russell Means ass playing rez Santa and pardoning him after serving his year of hard time on work release for Charles Abourezks law firm, but never the feds.
To say the sincerity with which the feds have denied it is the qualifier is as laughable as Bush saying he had looked into Putin’s eyes and he wasn’t such a bad fellow after all, someone you could do business with – apparently Hill was as well.
Hill in his Peltier related missives is known to sign them with the following:
“In the spirit of doing right – Righting what is wrong”……maybe that was the motivation on a subconcious level when offering his “services”.