Anyone watching the Senate impeachment trial committee of Federal Judge Thomas Porteous?
click: Senate Impeachment Trail Committee and scroll down to "click here for live Webcast".
Very interesting, should resume at 5pm. (sitc, not site)
Beyond Belief - A tale of "TWO" million.
Ex-pastor sentenced to 10 YEARS for stealing $1 million in disaster loan. U.S. District Judge Carl Barbier was roughly twice that recommended in federal sentencing guidelines.
Homebuilder gets a fraudulent 1 million disaster loan, Judge Louis Guirola, Jr. placed him on PROBATION for three years and ordered restitution of 1 million, plus a $250,000 fine.
The Sun Herald 6-5-2012 Homebuilder Planetta fined, ordered to repay SBA $1 million. by Robin Fitzgerald
Where you at Walt?
Goldman Sachs does a - REpurchase (Ariel RE)
Kimble - REtires
Perricone - REsigns
Letten - REcuses
Dollar Bill Jefferson - REports
Purgatory Pratt - REmains neither here nor there FOUR months after sentencing.
"Big Easy Bullets" - REname, so many sad and senseless shootings. RIP
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Based on comments from one of the owners of Trout Point Lodge and others to parts of the story posted September 8, we have revised the story, correcting some facts, removing some assertions and adding the comments to SCT from Charles Leary. Of course, as our readers are well aware, it is never the intention of SCT to cause embarrassment to the subjects of any of our stories. Given the litigious nature of some of the payers here, this should be a wild ride. Stay tuned
SEE REVISED STORY HERE
Written by shelconews
September 9, 2011 at 11:18 am
Posted in news, politics, yarmouth
Tagged with aaron broussard, charles leary, Kirk Cheyfitz, political corruption, trip advisor, trout point lodge, vaugn perrett
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Insurance Commissioner Jim Donelon, who has been airing a television commercial statewide, hoped it would help deter opposition in his bid for a second full term. It didn't. With a little more than 30 minutes to go in the three-day qualifying period that ended at 5 p.m. Thursday. Baton Rouge lawyer, Donald Hodge, a newcomer to statewide politics, qualified to run against Donelon, promising to run as a consumer-oriented candidate and not take campaign donations from the insurance industry.......
"It (the commercial) also says that when "a national insurance company tried to cancel 30,000 families, Jim Donelon said 'no' and fined them $250,000."
Gee, Mr. Donelon why did you leave everyone guessing as to the NAME of the national insurance company? Maybe a spoonful of SUGAR would help your lousy commercial go down.
Wait, was it Lagniappe Insurance Industries?
Oh, and $250,000 is not a good figure to mention on TV or Radio commercials at this time, seems like there been alot of "lagniappe" being passed around.
The National Insurance Company was Allstate.
December 11, 2008 that was 2 months after October 11,2008 when the Times Picayune Saturday edition of INSIDE OUT featured this cover story on Garland Robinette and his 400 square foot "art studio" which was completed May 1st 2008.
Well, maybe Stephanie can do another priceless story on October 11, 2011 when the $250,000 "loan" comes due.
Little Saturday music
No one you see, is smarter than he....
He entered guilty plea on November 2, 2010
sentencing set for February 3, 2011
postponed until June 9, 2011 and yet again postponed until
January 5th, 2012.
Maybe there's more to come for a "special Betty Jefferson" type sentence.