Thursday, November 10, 2005

Buying bad publicity

A story on sheds a little more light on the eight corporations indicted alongside DeLay and his associates in the TRMPAC case. Four have settled, four are fighting the charges. My favorite passage from the article:

David Sheppard, a solo practitioner in Austin, says his client, Bacardi USA, of Miami, Fla., has not entered a plea to the charge but will fight it.

"We've seen everything the DA tells us we did. We just can't, for the life of us, figure out what we did wrong," Sheppard says. "I think the only proper way to dispose of this case is a dismissal. We'd probably waive the letter of apology."


  • Ahh Delay what's that smell???


    You won't even get a hearing now until November 22, asshole. Because "conveniently" every judge or those in position to hear the case; has a conflict of interest. A conflict of interest called TRMPAC & political donations which you have made sure of.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 9:09 PM  

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