I’ll believe it when I see it Ladies and Gents. Meantime I could not make it to Hattiesburg yesterday so I have no analysis to offer beyond that already in the media so here are the salient links:
Plea accepted: Scott Walker pleads guilty to conspiracy, fraud ~ Anita Lee
Anita solves the Matt mystery for those that are still wondering.
Scott Walker pleads guilty to 2 federal crimes, heads to hospital for birth of son ~ April Havens
Come to think about it maybe I can add a wee bit to Anita’s story because she was a love putting this blurb in her account of the Walker plea hearing:
Walker is working, he told Starrett. He and two others own a Gulfport company called Precision Marketing Group.
Anita does not identify the two people with whom Scott Walker is working but she left a clue Continue reading “Scott Walker plea: Additional Indictments possible”
RFP solves the mystery of the scatologically challenged commenter “I Smell Poop”, who was insistent that our own Harry Connick Jr. is from Weston Connecticut. Sight unseen I’ll posit Harry’s former homies are still feeling no love for the newest judge on American Idol. Those that wish to see more of Harry’s dark side should click here.
Next up is Ricardo, who may have solved the case of the local radio personality Jenn and her wild cab ride with a local cabbie. Like the late, great Ambrose Bierce used to say:
There is nothing new under the sun but there are lots of old things we don’t know.
Finally Kidd has proposed a solution for dealing with Louisiana’s problem with judicial overpopulation as identified yesterday by BGR. I personally think his solution is a bit draconian.
Meantime in other news……
Katrina flood lawsuit plaintiffs ask judge to rule against Aaron Broussard ~ Paul Purpura
Cross motions for summary judgment on the same issue, in this case whether the former Goatherder in Chief was so busy lining his pockets with graft that his failure to lead Parish Government during and after Hurricane Katrina is tantamount to “willful and wanton misconduct” is a ballsy legal gambit folks. Yes, my own considered personal opinion is that everything Broussard did was willful and wanton, likely right on down to the crocodile tears he shed on Meet the Press. These Goatherders are excellent crocodile criers from way far back folks. Continue reading “Comment bump Wednesday: Whew doggie!”