Leaving aside for a minute that Ms Villio has a boatload of legal problems surrounding her candidacy I had no idea that Hancock Bank endorsed political candidates which this sign placement clearly implies.
Steve I don’t know about Mssrs. Chaney and Hairston but Uncle Leo certainly would not have approved of such. Then again something tells me Mssrs Chaney and Hairston won’t approve once this is brought to their attention, especially given the approriate tagging of this post.
After entering a guilty plea to charges he made illegal contributions to the campaign fund of then Governor Ronnie Musgrove, Moultrie was ordered to surrender on January 20, 2009, and begin his sixteen month sentence in the case. According to the Inmate Locator on the Bureau of Prison’s website, Moultrie is currently in the Atlanta CCM, a community based re-entry facility, and scheduled for release on the 17th of March.
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Folks, just when you think things can’t get any zanier in Jefferson Parish government lets add Armand Kerlec to the grist mill as Gambit tells the story of a recent lawsuit in Jefferson Parish that also provides a few clues about the myriad of ways the Parish spends tax dollars including defending hostile work environment suits: