Tuesday, February 18, 2014

Ex-Congressman Pardoned By Bill Clinton Arrested In Zimbabwe On Immigration, Porn Charges

Mel Reynolds, one of the alumni of the 2001 "Pardongate" pardons by the Clinton Regime, shows why he should never been pardoned (The Hill).
News outlet AllAfrica reports Reynolds was arrested on Monday on charges of violating immigration laws by carrying expired travel documents and possessing pornographic material.
"He has been picked up. Investigations are still underway and revealing information will jeopardize investigations that are underway," Assistant Regional Immigration Officer Francis Mabika told AllAfrica.
...The former congressman arrived to Zimbabwe in November, and was given a two-week visa, which was renewed and expired on Dec. 10. He has since remained in the country illegally, the report says.
A source told AllAfrica that Reynolds shot more than 100 pornographic videos and 2,000 nude photos in his hotel room.
AllAfrica spoke to Reynolds as he was being detained. He said he wasn’t sure if he had broken any immigration laws.
"I misplaced my passport but I found it implying that I am not certain if I breached immigration laws against this country.
"I am sure I will find out about that. They denied me my passport so that I can contact the United States Embassy which is a violation of international laws," Reynolds said.
The report says he also racked up bills totaling $24,500 at two hotels in the area, and hadn’t paid for them.
Reynolds served in Congress from 1993 to 1995. Former Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. (D-Ill.) succeeded him.
Before being pardoned by Slick Willie, Reynolds was serving jail time after being convicted on 12 counts of sexual assault, obstruction of justice and solicitation of child pornography. 

1 comment:

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