Attacking the U.S. Attorneys
Here's a new attack ad playing on New Mexico radio stations:
Former US Attorney David Iglesias wonders why he was fired. He says it was politics. Well, let's look at the facts.
Iglesias brags he won a huge corruption case but he cut sweetheart deals with those involved and then lost 23 of 24 counts at trial (voices: NOT GUILTY!)
In 2004 3000 suspect voter registration forms turned up. But Iglesias did nothing even when a crack dealer was busted with them and even when political operatives took the fifth and refused to testify about their fraud. David Iglesias just looked the other way.
No wonder a criminal defense lawyer just praised him. He let her client walk.
While he looked the other way on fraud, Iglesias did prosecute a girl for putting bubble gum on a speeding ticket and he did find time to take dozens of taxpayer funded junkets around the world.
Meanwhile his own prosecutors criticized him and a former state supreme court judge publicly called him an ingrate.
Now Iglesias is even trying to play the race card.
David Iglesias. He still can't figure out why he was fired.
C'mon David, isn't it obvious?
This was put together by a group called New Mexicans For Honest Courts. (You can hear the ad at the web site.)
If Iglesias has any more dirt to tell, I'll bet he'll start telling it now.