Marilee J. Layman (mjlayman) wrote,
Marilee J. Layman

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Sex Offender Redux

A few days back, I blogged about a sex offende who got less time than a burglar did. Apparently the judge is not at fault. In yesterday's WashPost, we find that the prosecutor did not tell the judge, the victim, or her boss that she was changing the charges. Her boss has talked to her but didn't specify what was said.

In today's WashPost, the prosecutor says she did tell the victim, the victim's boyfriend, and the detective about the change and they agreed, but they say she didn't. Needless to say, I think she's lying.

In another bit of fraud marked by an article in yesterday's WashPost, oil companies and a major power company have put out a film "Hurricane on the Bayou" which shows almost no destruction and concentrates on the wildlife and the musiclife. Uhhuh.
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