Louisiana legal four pack: It is good to feel loved

Let’s start next door in St Slammany Parish:

Former St. Tammany DA Walter Reed indicted on multiple counts of wire, mail fraud, money laundering, filing false statements to IRS ~ Sara Pagones

Considering Reed’s history as ST Slammany DA the following is rich!

Steven Reed’s lawyer: Feds abusing discretion by including son in indictment of former DA ~ Gordon Russell

Slabbed has done nothing on the above except highlight the show. Gordon Russell and Lee Zurik get the props for bring the story home. Next up for Reed and his son is the hangin’.

Moving right along is a two pack Slabbed New Media was right in the thick of in the prosecution of former Parish Prez Aaron Broussard of the Goatherder Crime Family and the mental meltdown of former Assistant US Attorney Sal Perricone:

Writers’ block would be a mercy for former federal prosecutor Sal Perricone ~ James Gill

James’ column represents sweet serendipity because just yesterday, somewhere around 12:30, I had a fantasy concerning my hands being wrapped around Sal’s neck but just like my primal urge to want to smack Bill Walker last year at his sentencing the better angels of my nature kicked in and we didn’t miss a beat.

Moving right along former Goatherder Crime Family Chief Aaron Broussard filed, for the umpteenth time, a post conviction motion claiming he got a bum rap after he admitted to his crimes.

Former Jefferson Parish President Aaron Broussard again petitions federal judge to vacate his 2012 corruption conviction ~ Chad Calder

My opinion, nonlegal as it is, would be that the statute of limitations for a racketeering prosecution is still open and it would be like chootin’ fish in a barrel.

One thought on “Louisiana legal four pack: It is good to feel loved”

  1. In a way, Doug, there was clear abuse of prosecutorial discretion:

    not enough kleptocrats and enablers were indicted.

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