Feb 16, 2006

CSI Kenedy County Texas...

reads like Mayberry RFD. Ain't no city slickers or media types gonna tell them how to do their job.

Quick facts - Population 407 - 1,457 Sq. miles - 0.3 persons per square mile
In related news - "Cheney is in a 'state of meltdown' over shooting his friend and the political fallout it has caused."

Meltdown, huh? Ice or molten tin?


Anonymous e said...

Well what they are doing is not legal and they all should lose their jobs..etc...
Its just a real look at why we have places like New Orleans..
these people have teflon laws for themselves and ironclad for those not in their loop...
SOUTHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH man always been that way,,,

1:06 PM  
Anonymous 6 miles from Dr Evil and Mini-Me said...

So its Thursday and we're not much further than we were on Monday w/the plethera of cow dung eminating from Scott McClellan or the White House on any given topic.

Seems this little 'shoot him up because he disagreed on something' .. er, try 3 yards not 30 as reported;

we've distracted from the recent budget bill screwing America ..
no matter,
we have Rove and Cheney to see to the further denigrating of the Constitution.

Fitz, I beg of you to take Rove's secret clearance.


And Cheney's on perjury you eluded to yesterday.

PLEASE! We're watching Looney Tunes each and every day on any one given channel

1:08 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Too many holes in the swiss cheese so to speak. The sheriff's office and all the witnesses involved in the Cheney's shooting have all different versions of the story and inconsistant.

Switching gears. In today's Biloxi bag of news:

1. " To test a man's character, give him power" Abe Lincoln. Here is example:

Cheney Says He Can Declassify Secrets

WASHINGTON - Vice President

Dick Cheney says he has the power to declassify government secrets, raising the possibility that he authorized his former chief of staff to pass along sensitive prewar data on Iraq to reporters.


2. Looks like there is another prominent person brought and paid for:

Senate aide's spouse gets a windfall
By Matt Kelley, USA TODAY
WASHINGTON — Sen. Arlen Specter helped direct almost $50 million in Pentagon spending during the past four years to clients of the husband of one of his top aides, records show.


1:08 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Now, Rove convinced Cheney to come forward with his story. Now, who is exactly REALLY in charge of the White House???? Bush is certainly not acting like the commander-in-chief leader in this situation with Cheney.

1:11 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

6 miles:

It is more like Sesame Street except we all getting tired of hearing the sympathic ear of "Dick the Grouch."

1:23 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This whole thing is getting worse everyday! I guess that old saying is true; "give them enough rope and they will hang themselves!"
However, I think just the idea of the "Untouchable" on his tail...is making Dickless Cheney very, very nervous!

Fitz, give Cheney some rope...LOL!


1:25 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Nylon or hemp? ;)

1:38 PM  
Anonymous jodi said...

I did not watch the Cheney interview on Fox, I didn't want to waste my time.
It was just a cheap ploy for sympathy.
Like Cheney was trying to convince everybody he is human, I didn't buy it.
And the fact that he went to Faux Network just proves it.
The man is a chunk of ice

1:39 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Anon @ 1:38PM

When Fitz gives Cheney his Fitzmas gift...he should also give him a box of goodies; a pair of black fishnet stockings, a belt, and a necklace that has a big "V"...

and a note...

"Go fuck yourself!"

Love, Valerie

1:53 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Oh, I forgot on the note, it should also say,

"Merry Fitzmas from your girl in Iraq"


"Go fuck yourself!"

Love, Valerie


1:55 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

When I mention that there are inconsistancies in Cheney's story of the shooting:

1. From an excerpt article on Michael Moore's website: "Valdez said he'd only grow concerned if someone came forward with information contradicting what's been said publicly about the shooting.
He also said he had no qualms about sheriff's deputies failing to administer an alcohol test."

2. From an article on Yahoo: "The MSNBC story, which appeared only briefly before the website was scrubbed for reasons not yet explained, has been kept alive by the able web investigators at TheRawStory and other progressive blogs. And so it should be, as the prospect that alcohol may have been a factor in the shooting incident takes the story in a whole new direction.
Cheney's admission that he was drinking, along with Armstrong's clumsy attempts to downplay the alcohol issue raises more questions than it answers about an incident involving a Vice President who, like George W. Bush, was a heavy drinker in his youth, but who, unlike Bush, never swore off the bottle.
As with her over-the-top efforts to blame Whittington, the victim, for getting in the way of Cheney's birdshot blast, Armstrong's line on liquor smells a little more like an attempt to cover for the Vice President than full disclosure.
This is where the hunting accident "incident" becomes a serious matter. The role played by the Secret Service in preventing questioning of Cheney on the evening of the shooting takes on new significance when drinking is at issue. If Cheney was in any way impaired at the time of the shooting, it was certainly to the Vice President's advantage to put off the official investigation until the next morning.
Cheney claims that he downed beer hours before he shot Whittington. But he now has a lot more explaining to do than what was seen during the "softball" interview on Fox News, the Administration's house network, which the White House crisis management team arranged for him to do Wednesday."

2:31 PM  
Blogger Jackie said...

Not unusal for the police dept. of a small town. Now as to the meltdown. Cheney sees the victim and the dead soldiers, torture victims as he is responsible for them all. Cheney sold his soul to the devil and now he's getting his reward. I wonder, now he needs prayer as before he held all the power.

2:45 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Not only there is an investigation into Ohio voting but now the state of Maryland:

Documents show Maryland held election, primary on uncertified, illegal Diebold voting machines


3:03 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

No, no. It's not a threatening note.
Die Bart Die!
means The Bart, The! in German.

Oh well. Nobody who speaks German has ever done anything wrong.
--Springfield City Council

Move along now, nothing to look at here,
Saint Brigid

3:17 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Here is something interesting from the smoking gun website: what substance was not mention Cheney's report? an excerpt from the the smoking gun website and the report dated 2/15/06:

"However, the sheriff's department declined today to release those affidavits and statements, the substance of which is not described in the San Miguel report. The only reference to details from these witness accounts is San Miguel's notation that Armstrong, with whom he spoke briefly, "told me pretty much the same story Mr. Cheney told me."


3:19 PM  
Anonymous Up in Michigan said...

You know, "Patrick J. Fitzgerald," you come up with the best subject headings. I always smile, even when the subject is grim, grim, grim. Thanks for the grins, grins, grins.

3:21 PM  
Anonymous Jodi said...

Off topic
Regarding the Ann Coulter situation in Florida about the voting.
Will she be arrested? and if she is will you put her mug shot on your site, Fitz?

3:23 PM  
Anonymous 6 Miles said...

Ann Coulter .. is she admitted in to the Bar?

Have her dis-barred.

It was deliberate her voting elsewhere.

Any talk-show / network that has her on is a joke.

She is a symbol of the anti-Christ.
I use that in-frequently and certainly, not kindly.

3:36 PM  
Anonymous 6 Miles said...

I seem to recall the wicked witch in Oz melting.

May it be so for Cheney.

Good riddance to the rat under the pregnant ant.

He's starting to make Abramoff look like grade-school antics!

3:42 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Good work, from the bloggers spoting the missing paragraph edited from MSNBC website posting of Cheney's shooting.

6 miles: Hang in there! Justice will prevail!

Here is some of the excerpt article:

The Raw Story reports that an MSNBC Website post on the vice president's accidental shooting of a hunting buddy was edited to remove a reference to the alcohol that might have been available at a pre-quailing picnic.
Several lefty bloggers noted the change, starting with JohnnyCougar, who was commenting on Democratic Underground. Raw Story reported:
In the article, credited to Aram Roston and the NBC Investigative Unit, Katherine Armstrong, a member of the family who own the ranch, revealed new details about her lobbying for the Bush Administration, and about circumstances surrounding the incident itself, which wasn't reported to the media until the following morning. Armstrong was the one who reported the news to a local news reporter, and she said that Cheney agreed with the decision.
This was the missing paragraph:
Armstrong also told NBC News that she does not believe alcohol was involved in the accident. She says she believes no one that day was drinking, although she says there may have been beer available during a picnic lunch that preceded the incident. "There may be a beer or two in there," she said, "but remember not everyone in the party was shooting."
It might have been good journalism to remove this speculation, since the quote is messy. There may have been a beer or two "in there," she says. But she also says no one that day was drinking. I suppose someone could do an accounting. Interview some people. Maybe the vice president will address the matter some time.
An MSNBC.com spokeswoman is on the case. Will update.


4:08 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Old news, Fitz pegged it from Day One and doesn't need no stinkin quote from MSNBC to tell him what he already knew.

4:18 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The current spin on the local investigation seem to be that a deputy interviewed Whittington--presumably the next day-- and he told the same story. And that hunting accidents on private property are treated differently in Texas. (scatching my head?)

One question I have seen asked is where is Cheney's hunting license is ...what state of residence is shown on it?

An anonymous poster said,

"The President and Vice-President cannot be from the same state.

Cheney's home was in Texas, but during the campaign he declared his residence as Wyoming (where he used to be a congressman) to avoid the constitutional conflict.

If he purchased a Texas Residence license then he lied either:

When he declared Wyoming his state of Residence


When he applied for his Hunting License."

4:28 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Anon, at 4:18:

I know that this is old news and Fitz gave us the scoop. He is always one step ahead of us. But, I clearly praising the fellow bloggers for finding the inconsistences by MSNBC and showing where anyone of the fellow bloggers can read the article of their choosing. With all of the inconsistences from news website, all the bloggers do check to see where can get the truth other than the local newspaper. We don't know which news media or newspaper is on Bush's payroll. After all, we are finding out that many of the people who hold current or past offices was/are on Bush's payroll. Thank goodness, we have Raw Story that continues to keep all of us up to speed.:)

5:02 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


Its time for you and the boys to force Gonzales to turn over all the documents......seize his records, and subpoena everything do you hear that yet...everything.

retrieve every record

A hacker can retrieve any files.

7:13 PM  
Blogger Sharon said...

Cheney is in a meltdown? I didn't know SHIT melted!!!

8:18 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Cheney is one big roadapple.
I want to clarify this One big stinky roadapple

10:06 PM  
Anonymous DILLIGRAS said...

Thank you!

I was wondering if you were as non-partisan and "independent" as the title suggested, given that one source I trust has said that your previous work was laudable.

After seeing all the leftist attitude on this site and the gratuitous, ad hominy grits attacks by those who frequent it, I can honestly say that I no longer entertain conjecture in that regard.


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