The power of the new media on display folks. We exposed Price Aid, a party scheduled for the benefit of disgraced former Mandeville Mayor turned convicted felon Eddie Price one week ago. It has been cancelled. Oh yeah, Eddie also wants to stay out of the pen until September. Anyone reckon Feldman will change his mind?
I’ve embedded the related Channel 4 story on this topic below the fold. Continue reading “The end of the mystery. Price aid is cancelled. Eddie Price instead wants to remain free on bond.”
Mind you, they had to “import” Federal District Judge Donald Walter and Magistrate Judge Karen Hayes from another federal court district to “keep justice alive” in the Eastern District of Louisiana. Nonetheless, all of Louisiana can take pride in the outcome of USA v O’Dwyer.
This Court has read all of the e-mails which the Govenment intends to submit as evidence of other acts pursuant to Federal Rule of Evidence 404(b). [Doc. #60]and the Defendant has attached to his Motions to Dismiss. These e-mails place the allegedly offending e-mail in context. At no point did the Defendant threaten anyone. His e-mails, while filled with coarse language, did not threaten bodily harm. Phrases taken out of context could suggest a threat, but reading the sentences as a whole, no threat as a matter of law was made.(emphasis added)
Walter and Hayes served with honor and “justice for all” – giving us hope for a just outcome as we follow Judge Feldman’s assault on justice and the blizzard State Farm has launched in the Rigsbys’ qui tam case.
He’s back! None other than “who dat Judge Martin Feldman” is about to streamline and steamroll us again. Times Picayune reporter Rebecca Mowbray has the story:
U.S. District Court Judge Martin Feldman said today that he will decide on whether to issue a preliminary injunction against the six-month deepwater drilling moratorium by noon Wednesday.
After a hearing in federal court this morning, Feldman said he hopes to have his decision ready by noon Tuesday if possible.
The hearing was part of a lawsuit seeking to lift the deepwater drilling moratorium on an expedited basis, despite an effort by the federal government for a delay until the end of July, two months into the six-month shutdown.
Feldman, “a true blue outcome-oriented judicial activist who led the law where he wanted it to go” in Katrina litigation, definitely knows where he’s going with the decision he will make in this case. Anyone doubting the outcome need only to look at his Financial Disclosure Report:
Continue reading “Katrina's "who dat Judge Martin Feldman" now dabbling in oil!”