Nov 18, 2005

Help Wanted...

A few good men and women are needed to serve on a federal grand jury investigating criminal conspiracy and other assorted crimes. Long hours, lousy pay, but a warm and fuzzy feeling from serving your country and fulfilling your civic duty. The summons are in the mail...

The investigation is
continuing and will involve proceedings before a different grand jury than the grand jury which returned the indictment on I. "Scooter" Libby. And yes, you can bet your bottom dollar that I am seeking more indictments.

16 Comments:

Blogger SamuelAlito said...

I would join, but I look to be pretty busy in the next few weeks.

1:25 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Let's just hope that a juror that is selected for Libby's trial didn't read his book. It will be kind of hard to look at Libby with a straight face.

1:32 PM  
Anonymous Dick said...

This is good. It is best to let the whole truth come out that will exonerate Scooter and put this whole witch hunt to rest.

I want to inform prospective jurors that Pat Fitzgerald will place you in a cage with a bear trained to couple with you so that you will become frigid and not fall in love with any of us giving testimony.

Don't worry, you will be well fed through the bars and he will arouse the bear with a stick if it loses interest in you.

1:45 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Well, I guess that would leave me out of the jury pool since I have ties to the GOP

1:52 PM  
Anonymous No bias here! said...

Dear Mr. Fitzgerald, per your job posting:

I feel that I am well-suited for the position as a grand juror. I have no opinions on anything and do not belong to a political party. (Those donations to Kerry were a fluke, a phase I've outgrown, if you will.)

I never pay attention to news, so I have no idea what's going on in Washington or even in Topeka. That is an excellent qualification for a grand juror, don't you think?

If selected, I will cling to your every word and will not take my eyes off you.

Yours truly,

Future Juror No. 6

1:52 PM  
Anonymous Karl Rove said...

Hey, whaddaya know? Looks like I might have some time. Sign me up, k?

2:22 PM  
Anonymous Jackie said...

Thank you for answering my question about more indictments. Libby's attorneys will try everything to get him off. Just stick to the facts and don't get sucked in to their game plan. I really wish I was there, this is the beginning of the trial of the century. Maybe when you get the main players in the leak I'll travel to DC. Fitz don't get to chose to Libby he's dirty.

3:24 PM  
Anonymous slingblade said...

Yew set me up with all the french fry pertaters I kin eat plus Italia Federici and a jug gallon of shine and I'll do mah best.

5:46 PM  
Anonymous Charlie said...

If I get paroled in time I am all over it, Pat. I can read minds so you would find me invaluable.

9:43 PM  
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11:01 PM  
Anonymous Jackie said...

My family and I quessed who might be the next person indicted.
I picked Karl Rove
#1 daughter picked Dick Cheney
#2 daughter (in military) picked George W. Bush

We'll wait to see if there is a winner.

11:21 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

What an intelligent sounding law and order family. I hope all of your picks come in as a trifecta. You go, girls!

11:30 PM  
Blogger bluewild said...

Jackie,

I'd really like to hear #2 daughter's views. In depth - but keep it anonymous as, well, caution ladies......you never really know. As an old perverted Irishman from County Donegal once told me, "Keep one step ahead, and keep switched on!". Then he attacked.

11:36 PM  
Anonymous Daniel Day Lewis said...

You must be mistaken, only the Welsh and Englishmen are perverts in those parts because they can't hold their whiskey.

11:41 PM  
Blogger bluewild said...

Well, he just said he was from Donegal, maybe he was from Derry, but his accent weren't that tick! Sure, I'd know a Welshman, sir, and he weren't a pasty English bloke that's for sure. I'm not slagging you, sure I am not!

11:47 PM  
Blogger bluewild said...

Oh! and Daniel Day, I forgot to add, he weren't drinking whiskey now. He was off the juice and weren't everyone in the town that had a fierce fear of him, He knew all their secrets, sure he did so, and so did they have to be kind to'im. Amd ,e I was a dim girl on her bicycle looking for Sligo, and the grave of Yeats.

Ok Mr Fitzgerald, put me on your Grand Jury, to be gettin back to the point of these tales.

11:53 PM  

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