Those with connections get a pass. He is also criminally liable for the attempted bribery of a witness, among other things. No wonder the public doesn’t like us – we’re unlikeable so much of the time. Disbarment for this kind of action by a public official seems the least of available sanctions. One wonders what kind of sanctions a lawyer would get who tried to bribe a prosecutorial witness. Sort of a rhetorical wonder. I have a client locked up because s/he lied to a federal agent. So much for “equal justice.”