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Re: “Cary Gaines gets four months in prison

Well, well, 4 months of free housing courtesy of the prison system; that's a real deterrent for anyone involved in public corruption, isn't it? It should be more like 14 years, given he was 1 of many teeth in the mouth of the Octopus. The tentacles reached far out - way beyond Arkansas, coast to coast - and grabbed smaller fish that you and us small folk will never hear about; say, unless someone were to write and publish a book about it. And yes Towerdog, you were partially right, his girlfriend's 2001 criminal felony record was mysteriously expunged in 2004 by Judge Willard Proctor, who is also under apparent indictment review by USDOJ. The expungement allowed his girlfriend to start a caregiver company whereby she could intentionally place criminally convicted felons inside the homes of Arkansas' vulnerable elderly veterans and grab what was at (unclean hands') tentacles' reach. Her intimate relationship with like others - who classify themselves as local Christians - shared the pews and conspired to hijack the lives and wealth of our elderly, including my own parents, and as the real Jesus would say, they made a market-place of my Father's House. In doing so, using political influence and their association with "street gangs" and convicted felons to stalk, harass, and strong-arm those who tried to protect the elderly victims. It was - and still is - a strong network, that Octopus, which nearly every local and State arm of Pulaski County justice had an arm in on. That my friend is exactly why the USDOJ is camped out in Little Rock on this case. What next? Maybe the book and a USDOJ consent degree on the Pulaski County Sheriff's Department and Pulaski County Prosecutor's Office would be a real start toward true justice, explaining why both agencies turned away a perfectly good witness to the facts surrounding the case. Max Brantley is right in there with them; he's not reporter; he's scared to stand up like a man and print the truth. The Octopus and The Mob.

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Posted by Justice By Book on 05/01/2011 at 10:00 PM


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