Prescient is perhaps too strong a word…….

What Ninja lawyer wants Ninja Lawyer is gonna get: Ninja Lawyer files motion implicating FBI in US Attorney commenting scandal. @davidhammerWWL @GordonRussell1 @LeeZurik mentioned. — SLABBED (@SLABBEDblog) February 17, 2014   I don’t blame you. @GordonRussell1: Not too psyched about this: http://t.co/4OQV7TeWXM Just got served subpoena by US marshal. — Lee Zurik (@LeeZurik) February 26, … Continue reading “Prescient is perhaps too strong a word…….”

“Prescient”

The above was the subject header of an email I received this morning which contained the following quotes: Mathews said, “One of the fundamental changes in the newsroom is our reporters and photographers no longer live in a print world. They are competing in the digital space in ways we’ve never done before.” Added Amoss, … Continue reading ““Prescient””

The events surrounding Katie Stewart’s Criminal Complaint Against Jeff Harding and the LesLie Mobile come into sharper focus

Folks before you swear out a criminal complaint against someone you should always consider whether or not there are third party security videos that would undermine your affidavit. Did Katie Fillingame Stewart consider that the Camera Never Blinks? I’m thinking the answer to that question will be revealed in fairly short order. Slabbed has seen … Continue reading “The events surrounding Katie Stewart’s Criminal Complaint Against Jeff Harding and the LesLie Mobile come into sharper focus”

How about a few more details on the East Beach VRBO

But first I’d like to welcome you folks in the Bulldog Nation that are salivating at the prospect of the another NCAA hammer coming at Ole Miss football from the Six Pack Speak forum before disappointing you with news that I have confirmed the amount of money the Black Spring Break Revelers told a “Curious … Continue reading “How about a few more details on the East Beach VRBO”

Where’s Waldo Part 1: Hiding in the no-bid DMR Consulting Contracts that’s where

What would appear at first blush to be a straight forward post has gotten a tad more complicated so what I am going to do is identify what the crackerjack Slabbed Investigative Journalism team found plus a bit more and then put some more meat on the bones in subsequent posts. I guess the first … Continue reading “Where’s Waldo Part 1: Hiding in the no-bid DMR Consulting Contracts that’s where”

Greeenlit: A Playing on the Internet Update Part Deux

The operative term here is prescient folks. 😉 Back in January 2012, when the the Department of Justice had it’s OIG Investigators crawling all over this area it seemed to me there was one of two things the media outlets they visited could do. This is what I did: Slabbed New Media has not had … Continue reading “Greeenlit: A Playing on the Internet Update Part Deux”

If only a simple inquiry had been made……..

In my time doing Slabbed, of all the crazy shit I’ve seen, this folks is by far is the richest of the rich. I write this because way back in late 2011, if only a few thoughtful questions had been asked…………. Slabbed well knew exactly what would happen. The operative term here is “prescient” two … Continue reading “If only a simple inquiry had been made……..”

Metro New Orleans Miscellany

First up is the Jefferson Parish Hospital debacle. I have sources that are telling me that Chris Roberts was right about HCA’s numbers not adding up. As unlikely as that appears it’s a subject well worth exploring in greater detail, especially given the 4-3 votes of late on the Hospital privatization process. Next up are … Continue reading “Metro New Orleans Miscellany”

History will record it was not me that originally gave the secret out….

So here we have it folks, two competing visions of the future of the print media news business. For those that have no clue what I am talking about you can catch up with past coverage of the print media industry in particular and the media business in general (in no particular order) here, here, … Continue reading “History will record it was not me that originally gave the secret out….”

The future of Insurance & Regulatory Reform

The factory of the future will have only two employees, a man and a dog. The man will be there to feed the dog. The dog will be there to keep the man from touching the equipment. Absent the dog, this future is evident in the present insurance industry – and, in that regard, the … Continue reading “The future of Insurance & Regulatory Reform”