Breaking: Brent Warr Indicted (Updated)

What a sad day for the Mississippi Coast. The investigation has been lengthy and no doubt very thorough. This case boils down to Warr’s place of residence when Katrina hit. The feds evidently are not buying into the story he lived on the beach when the storm hit.  Here is the indictment courtesy of Yallpolitics. Now the mayors of the two largest cities in the State are under federal indictment.

The Sun Herald coverage is here. “Uncle Walter” will be the judge.  😉

Update:

Insurance fraud is part of the mix per counts 13-16. According to the indictment he and the Mrs defrauded Lexington Insurance.

We have a new post examining a civil case released today by the 5h Circuit Court of Appeals that deals with a Katrina residency issue. It can be found here.

9 thoughts on “Breaking: Brent Warr Indicted (Updated)”

  1. I’ll let my cousin know about your moonshine problem there Rick. He says he’ll replace the gallon but he doesn’t give refunds. 😉

  2. Stevie walks to the bar and calls for quiet. He holds up the phone. For the first time, the room gets still. Every game, they do a shot with someone from Wisconsin on the line. They’ve got numbers stapled to the kitchen wall of people they’ve called in the past. Tonight, they’ve got a special treat: Brett’s brother, who is watching the game at Lambeau.

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    At halftime, folks at the bar down a shot with Jeff Favre, who is 1,100 miles north at Lambeau Field.”We got Jeff Favre on the phone,” Stevie shouts. “We’re gonna do a shot with Jeff Favre.”

    Hundreds of people raise their cups. Presumably, a thousand miles away, connected by a lifetime of memories and a telephone line, Jeff Favre does, too. They count down: “Three

  3. John Grisham would love this perfect example of such obvious political prosecution. Hmm, who could have orchestrated this political “hit” , and was defeated anyway? Wouldn’t it be interesting to know the truth?

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