Moonrise

Monday, December 31, 2007

Butt Head of the Month....


Oh, sorry, I don't seem to have a "Butt Head of the Month" column, do I?
Sorry again, it must be the ADD.

I read a MilBlog named Blackfive about once a week for information "from the front". These Men, Blackfive himself, Uncle Jimbo, et al, take no prisoners, show little in the way of Mercy, and are genuinely "my kind of People".

It's just not what I do here. This morning early, I couldn't sleep for some reason, I bipped on over and found a story about a young Marine readying for second deployment who had his car "keyed" by none other than an Attorney.

A Military hating attorney. I won't go into the story, but I have the feeling that it might just raise your blood pressure as it did mine.

If you're interested, check out the story, and don't miss the comment section, these guys can be vicious and laugh out loud funny all at the same time.

So, you've been warned. If you don't want to read about a scumbag attorney trying to run roughshod over the rights of a Marine, don't go HERE

That is all. See? Wollf didn't even rant. It's all Love and Flowers and Butterflies on this site. Heh

Wollf

3 comments:

Foxfier, formerly Sailorette said...

Not scum.

Scum can be cultured.

That SOB has none of that.

K T Cat said...

I read that, too. Pretty sickening.

Rose said...

Re: the Dec 31 court thing - From Black Five

Sgt McNulty was called forward by the State's Attorney in order to discuss the case. - the State's Attorney expressing her intent to prosecute this guy to the fullest extent. It seems as if BlackFive is the sole catalyst to this story getting out and I am sure Sgt McNulty has probably heard the effect of yours and other blogs from the results of today's proceedings to include several Marines and civilians who showed up in his support.

Jay R Grodner was called before court and in his absence, the Judge issued a warrant for his arrest effective immediately. Sgt McNulty was departing the court when Grodner rolled in to the courtroom - he explained that traffic had been busy and he 'made a wrong turn'. The Judge chastised him for his tardiness, pathetic excuses, and that he was lucky the warrant had not been executed prior to his arrival.

It seems the blogosphere has put the ball in Sgt McNulty's court. Furthermore, it is also apparent that the State's Attorney's Office has decided to take this matter on a much more serious level. A new and very aggressive State's Attorney seems to have a genuine interest in pursuing this case to the extent that it warrants.


This counts as love and flowers, no?