Yes he did and that pesky ol’ Mount Hermon Louisiana keeps coming up time and again! Ol’ Aaron is making quite the convenient whipping boy there in his Granville County North Carolina prison cell. Hows about some links folks:
Editorially Slabbed believes that Broussard purposely ordered the pump operators away from their stations so as to be able to cash in on the resulting graft opportunities. We’ll see what the jury says soon enough.
Speaking of Broussard and his group of cronies, David Loeb, one of the gang that swore an affidavit for Trout Point Lodge in their Nova Scotia SLAPP suit against Louisiana Media Company has popped up again in the news like a bad penny this time wearing a wire on Ray Reggie, the former brother in law of the late Ted Kennedy:
On a somewhat lighter note I did note the recent resignation of Kenner City Attorney Keith Conley and was saddened by the news. Over the course of doing Slabbed I’ve met a few of the municipal lawyerly types including Keith and he always treated Slabbed with the highest standards of professionalism. That said evidently the Kenner rumor mill is going strong or else we would not have seen this story today:
Kenner city attorney Keith Conley resigned for financial reasons ~ Adriene Quinlan
Finally we visit the magical video poker locale of Louillinois and the Chicago Tribune:
Here is the salient snippet:
In explaining the vote, state Rep. Lou Lang, D-Skokie, said the Gaming Board “exceeded their authority.” Lang, who has long supported gambling expansion and who has often been at odds with Jaffe over regulation, received about $70,000 in campaign contributions tied to a Louisiana businessman who could be excluded by the reform.