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Federal Attorney orders reporter to leave public hearing

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A U.S. Department of Justice attorney attempted to kick out a reporter from a public hearing held in City Hall on Tuesday. Rachel Hranitzky abruptly entered the council chambers at 11 a.m. accompanying New Iberia Fire Chief Ronald Bourque and another man and asked a question.

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Comment by Dennis Treybil
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In peril as I may be of (rightly) being accused of flogging a deceased equine, is a "rule" of the DoJ an actual law?

Is anyone obligated to observe it?  Is anyone actually authorized to enforce it?

The supremacy clause lists:

the constitution itself

legislation passed in pursuance thereof, and


as the supreme law of the land.  These are the laws that the president (and other officers in the executive branch) are obligated to see "that they are faithfully executed."

DoJ "rules" are not on that list.  Legislative powers are vested in the Congress.  No power to delegate or transfer that power (actually an obligation) to other agents is conferred by the Constitution for the USoA.

Before speaking, the DoJ's "authority" appeared to grow out of bluster.  After the meeting, that same DoJ attorney appealed to the sympathy of attendees.

Are 300,000,000 people supposed to sympathize with individuals so acting under color of law?  Is that the basis of "government authority"?

DC Treybil

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