Mar 21, 2006

Father, You Have Sinned...

I always have time to prosecute Possession Of Child Porn no matter how busy I am.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Indeed, I have delt with some of their victims. I am glad you got him! p

5:53 PM  
Blogger GrandmaNuk said...

It certainly makes a case for priests being allowed to marry. Not that this
would prevent child porn, molestations, etc...but it would certainly allow for a larger field to
choose priests from.

Good Job, PJF! I wish you could get them ALL!

6:24 PM  
Anonymous jodi said...

These perverts should be prosecuted to the full extent of the law. No matter who they are.

6:46 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

GMNUK I think priests being allowed to marry would mean more priests who are mentally healthy. It seems the priesthood is also a hangout for pedeophiles-and the cases are around to prove it.
I have a friend who claims it is a failure of religion-she said religion-not God...I am inclined to agree.p

6:50 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

That priest should ger more than 10 years. I know that there was no sexual conduct of a child by the priest but simply pictures on the computer. What kind of priest is that? What message does he bring to his church who are worshipping there? Glad that you prosecute the pervert!

7:16 PM  
Anonymous e said...

Just sick..

7:36 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

From Faux News:

I think "Tweety" Matthews, "Bow-tie man" Carlson, and David "No Life" Brooks, should be recruited and move indefintitely to Faux News. From A Bonehead media that has gone "space city.".

Fox News: ‘It’s Too Late…We’re Already Probably At War With Iran’

CAVUTO: But what if I told you it is too late, that we’re already probably at war with Iran and most of us don’t even know it. Welcome everybody, I’m Neil Cavuto, and this is Your World.

And there you go! A moron newscaster telling us that we are already at war with Iran!

Have a good evening!

7:44 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

There should be more outrage about child sexual abuse in any form. Thank you for not being too busy to deal with this perverted lifestyle that seems to be more widespread than most American's have ever imagined. There definitely needs to be harsher punishment for this crime.

8:55 PM  
Blogger GrandmaNuk said...

anon @ 6:50....couldn't agree more. I
am a life-long practicing Catholic and
every time I hear of this garbage it makes me crazy. ok, crazier. What a picture I have...we can't trust our clergy or our politicians. Maybe that
lady yesterday had it right, about the

8:55 PM  
Anonymous 6 Miles. said...

You make us proud by getting scum no matter what pulpit they stand in front of...

Side note: the other day while looking at real-estate in Old Town I was confronted {affronted} by two young missionaries.

My first question: what are your plans to get rid of, root out, clean up, dispose of the pedophelia priests claiming the innocence of our youngest?

I was met with their standard mom/apple pie response. My concern:
. pedophelia priests have a safe haven
. the cult-like robotic response of these missionaries...

perhaps an anomoly of these two, but it most certainly did give me an eerie feeling no less, their lack of compression of the pedophelia plague within those holy walls they claimed to represent.

Thank you PJF -- you do us proud.

9:02 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Helen Thomas was guilty of some child abuse too this morning.

9:13 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Chicago is sure a different city, it never used to be this bad I know that...

I've been following all the Katherine Harris stories, and its gotten real good now.


Yeah just you wait until you see what Jeff Fisher has to really say on Harris......and I mean that in a big way.

The goods are on her all the way from back to 1980 if everything checks out.....election fraud happened in more than 6 previous elections.

Fitz I am watching the headlines....keep your ears focused and other people watching over Fisher....he must get safely to the dropoff point and then from there, he will expose all the evidence.

You will see it fall like a house of cards.

9:33 PM  
Blogger Kit Neill said...

Priests being allowing to marry will not curtail pedophilia, it's far more entrenched than a rule change.
The horror to me is that the church covered it up so long and so often; that makes those that cover-up such abuse just as guilty.
These are sick individuals who perhaps seek a safe haven, that apparently was the priesthood.
Kudos to all prosecutors, especially our PJ, but it's time to find a way to stop it cold. Major jail time, in with gang-bangers, let the child abusers suffer the same fears.

10:07 PM  
Blogger Jackie said...

Little angel this is a tuff case because it touches the heart. When you need us we'll be there for you. Just thinking about it makes me sick and sad. Children are the best of life and should be tresured. I guess I am getting old I just couldn't stomach this one. I'm have problems with the litter soldier Libby's case but not kids. You would more likely have to represent me if I got involved with this case.

10:22 PM  
Blogger bluewild said...

I think the Church still doesn't quite get the uproar because as Kit said, it is so entrenced. I think it has been going on for centuries.

The most troubling aspect of pedophilia is that apparently it is incurable, and the pedophile cannot be rehabilitated. They rob the life of the child forever. It is a cruel, incredibly selfish, and enduringly damaging crime.

Thank you Fitz. Hopefully you got to this guy before he acted on it.

11:13 PM  
Blogger bluewild said...

Off subject but check out

for a connect the dot analysis of the Bush / BinLaden connection

11:18 PM  
Anonymous e said...

thanks bluewild..

Priests have no monopoly on the the sick mentallity that hide in a religion...the sickest part is what is does to the young persons faith system...

6:36 AM  
Blogger Contessa37 said...

As a practicing Catholic, I am so ashame that the Vatican has been keeping mum on this issue.

I feel sorry for parents who has sons who are alter boys these days. If I have a son, I wouldn't let him to become an alter boy.

7:35 AM  
Anonymous 6 Miles. said...

you are too kind.

I wouldn't let loose my kids [I currently only have the 4legged furry kind] in any church..

it is vile to have someone claiming to speak to you about your sins, the Holy Bible, only to select those innocent faces and ruin their lives for ever, minutes after the service is over.

8:22 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Bluewild, Jackie and all,

My grandmother-now in her 80's- said kids used to whisper "Watch out for Father so and so". That was in the early 1930's.
No priests may not have the monopoly on being molestors but they damage heart, soul and faith. Which is why perverts should never see the light of day.
A professor friend of mine worked with them for 20 years-he said there is no way to change what stimiuli gets them going, its in the brain-the best you can hope for is making them understand the damage they do-and why they need to stay away from children! Lock 'em up and throw away the key. They are no good to anyone.

8:25 AM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Good Morning/Afternoon/Evening Folks!

Happy Wednesday!

Initeresting news today:


1. Change of policy by Administration:

" In a policy shift, the Bush administration will now “bar statements made under torture from its Guantanamo Bay military courts.” The reversal is an effort to prevent the special military commissions from being struck down by the Supreme Court, which is to review their legality next week."

2. Money, money, money:

"$157 Million: The amount the Bush administration has given to “organizations run by political and ideological allies” under the guise of “religion-based initiatives and other federal programs.”

3. Anyone interesting in Cunningham's loot? His loot should have been auctioned on Ebay:

"The government will auction off former Rep. Randy “Duke” Cunningham’s bribery loot on Thursday. Among the spoils: “Silver-plated candelabras. A cedar-lined lingerie cabinet. Persian rugs. An oak hutch carved with lions’ heads, tree limbs and acorns. … A solid cherry sleigh bed. Nearly a dozen rugs. Marble-topped nightstands, armoires and sideboards, many featuring stained glass, brass fittings and intricate carvings.”

And why didn't the CEO of Tyco's $6,000 shower curtain was auctioned off when he was indicted!

4. ExxonMobil in the news. The oil company made a huge profit from oil and now they are in trouble. Greenpeace received 120,000 contributions from Exxon Mobil.

From WSJ:

Did a Group Financed by Exxon
Prompt IRS to Audit Greenpeace?

"Two and a half years ago, Public Interest Watch, a self-described watchdog of nonprofit groups, wrote to the Internal Revenue Service urging the agency to audit Greenpeace and accusing the environmental group of money laundering and other crimes."

10:31 AM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

For those who thought that Dubal deal would be bad for this country. There is more about Dubai that meets the eye. I just read an article in New York Metro. Did you know that Dubai does owns some of the U.S. companies?

1. Dubai Holdings, the state company of Dubai, already owns the Helmsley Building, the Essex House, and Madame Tussauds Wax Museum.

2. Dubai International Capital is the third-largest investor in DaimlerChrysler, and through investments with the Carlyle Group and JPMorgan.

3. Other U.S. companies in which Dubai owns: Dunkin’ Donuts, Baskin-Robbins , and Hertz car rental.

The real question is how much of the U.S. has Bush auctioned off to Dubai, Saudias, and other international countries?

10:55 AM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...


More and more comes out about why Bush attacked Iraq. Guess what? He told this to his ghost writer?

Two Years Before 9/11, Candidate Bush was Already Talking Privately About Attacking Iraq, According to His Former Ghost Writer

"He was thinking about invading Iraq in 1999," said author and journalist Mickey Herskowitz. "It was on his mind. He said to me: 'One of the keys to being seen as a great leader is to be seen as a commander-in-chief.' And he said, 'My father had all this political capital built up when he drove the Iraqis out of Kuwait and he wasted it.' He said, 'If I have a chance to invade•.if I had that much capital, I'm not going to waste it. I'm going to get everything passed that I want to get passed and I'm going to have a successful presidency." Herskowitz said that Bush expressed frustration at a lifetime as an underachiever in the shadow of an accomplished father. In aggressive military action, he saw the opportunity to emerge from his father's shadow. The moment, Herskowitz said, came in the wake of the September 11 attacks. "Suddenly, he's at 91 percent in the polls, and he'd barely crawled out of the bunker."

"That President Bush and his advisers had Iraq on their minds long before weapons inspectors had finished their work - and long before alleged Iraqi ties with terrorists became a central rationale for war - has been raised elsewhere, including in a book based on recollections of former Treasury Secretary Paul O'Neill. However, Herskowitz was in a unique position to hear Bush's unguarded and unfiltered views on Iraq, war and other matters - well before he became president. "

Bush's insecuries and a need to please his father was said by Bush's friend, speaker, and writer Doug Wead. Also, in Kitty Kelly's book aboutthe Bush Family. Alot of my collegues had suspected all along that Bush invaded Iraq in order to complete the mission is which Daddy Bush failed to do: remove Saddam Hussein. And other course, profit and money played apart in the Bush Administration.

11:24 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Let's Play the Bush Family Feud!

11:53 AM  
Blogger GrandmaNuk said...

SPB....on your last post, I never doubted that for a moment. This is a
classic case of under-achiever son in
the wake of over-achiever dad. Many
moons ago in my youth I dated one of the sons of a VP from FoMoCo. Had exactly the same problems. Hmmm, wonder what nightmares he's created.
I always believed that going into Iraq
was foremost on his mind. Someone I know at DOD stated in 2003 that the goal of this adminstration, from the moment they walked thru the Pentagon doors, was to go after Iraq.

11:58 AM  
Anonymous e said...

The really ungodly part of the
under achiever son are the number of people who have died to make this quest come to past..and the masters of greed who have latched on to his coattails..I long for the day when he will crawl around on the floor of a cell and look for his soul

12:13 PM  
Anonymous jodi said...

I agree with you about Tweety and Carlson and Brooks all moving over to Faux News. That way you can keep all the fakes together.

About Bush and his Daddy complex:
He is going to have to live with this horrible decision his whole life. As for a soul, I don't believe he really has much of one.
Or a conscience, for that matter

12:19 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...


That interesting what you were saying. That's good that you have someone in DoD that can give you the scoop. Not many people have a friend inside the government to let them know the truth. Many folks don't know the background and insecurities of George Bush. I knew about Bush's problems and that need to live up to his father's standards by author Doug Wead. And with Bush's actions and the distance that we see between Bush and Daddy Bush, we all see his need to be in charge. But, after reading this revelation from Bush's ghost writer, this is showing more and more to the public who believed and followed Bush that they are now getting a dose of reality and expose to what this Administration is and who George W. Bush really is.

12:21 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

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12:32 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...


And you notice that Daddy Bush has been snuggling up to the Clintons and seen less of George and the father together. In, 2000 you had seen more of Bush and the family. Now you have seen less. George has allowed power and greed to go to his head. And when Bush gave that the State of the Union address speech on how we are addicted to oil and we should stop getting oil for other countries. Well, you know that not only he pissed off the Saudias who are frisbeeing out money to Bush and the U.S. but also, Daddy Bush who has oil and business deals with the Saudias, corporate businesses, and other international countries. Not good for Daddy Bush to bite the hand that feeds him. Sigmund Freud would really use Bush has a classic case study. But, I do have to agree that he has live with when he sleeps and thinks about all the damage done to this country and all of the soldiers that died that were put in harms way for political gain.

On a side note: I think all Bush loving, dirtbag, kissbutt, fake, lapdog, and spinless jellyfish journalists should all move to Faux news. At least bring back those decent and honest journalists that have been missing since the Bush Administration has been in office.

12:41 PM  
Blogger GrandmaNuk said...

SPB...this was a career DOD person who
no longer works for the government...
got so overwhelmed with the lies!

12:44 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

So did a friend of mines who also worked for the DoD. He retired last year. They really mess up his pension. He, too, left because of the politics in his division.

Switching gears:

More in the news:

1. Are you glad that Fitzgerald set up this blog and he doesn't work for the CIA. Even ex-agents cannot blog without approval?:

From Raw Story:

CIA telling ex-agents they must get approval to blog

"Among those getting the warning is outspoken blogger and ex-agency man Larry Johnson, who smells censorship.
"It's very selective," says Johnson, who has been critical of the CIA's failure to defend outed ex-spook Valerie Plame. His note from CIA brass referenced his blogging."

2. From Americablog:

"Top Bush FBI international terrorism official turning into another Brownie?
by John in DC - 3/22/2006 10:33:00 AM
From Reuters:
The FBI official in charge of international terrorism before September 11 said on Tuesday he did not know an agent had warned three weeks before the hijackings that he suspected Zacarias Moussaoui was plotting a terrorist act....

[the FBI agent who arrested Moussaoui told officials three weeks before the attack that he] believed Moussaoui was a Muslim fundamentalist who was learning to fly a jumbo jet, and that the agent believed he was a terrorist who could be possibly planning a hijacking."

The list keeps going on and on.. How many Brownies that we have working for the government and the Administration????

12:55 PM  
Anonymous cjt said...

Bush is beaming and strutting in fine form today while preaching to a choir of military families in Wheeling WVA. Bold!

1:06 PM  
Anonymous jodi said...

I am glad too that Fitz set up this blog.
As for the ex-CIA agents getting approval to blog, I'm not surprised.
And incompetent cronyism is alive and well in the Bush Administration. Is there anyone in that administration that is not total fuckup?

1:19 PM  
Blogger GrandmaNuk said...

Jodi...the answer is NO!

1:33 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Not surprised by the ex-CIA agents to use the first amendment to blog is bad enough? Well, 52 years old employee who works for a newspaper was fired for running a Senator Leahy column. The gentleman has been with the newspaper for 27 years.:

On Raw Story:

Longtime A.P. Correspondent Ousted From Job in Vermont

On March 8, Mr. Graff posted Mr. Leahy's column on an advance wire that carries material that can be used at a later date. He had attached an editor's note saying Mr. Leahy "was asked by the American Society of Newspaper Editors for his thoughts on the status of the right to know for use in Sunshine Week, organized by media organizations and other groups to combat government secrecy and bring attention to the public's right to know."

2:05 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

you go, bro.

6:07 PM  

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