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Re: “UPDATE: Explanation arrives for Pryor intern offer

Who knows what to believe. All I know is that I couldn't vote for Pryor even though I'm a Democrat. The connections between Norman Brownstein's law firm and Joe Francis and Mark Pryor, Chad Brownstein and the Wilshire Temple make it very likely that Pryor knew about the auction from the beginning. I think Pryor has done enough damage to his reputation already. Who could have made up the 2006 tax evasion case against Pryor's mother-in-law? Did Pryor have holdings in her companies or not? Did he muscle the IRS agent assigned to her case to look the other way? Not paying taxes that are taken out of employees' checks and pocketing the money stinks worse than this Girls Gone Wild crap.

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Posted by marcd1 on 04/28/2012 at 7:35 PM

Re: “'Girls Gone Wild' claim a hoax, Pryor says

It's a disgrace that a US Senator's office be connected with pornographer Joe Francis and his "Girls Gone Wild"!. It is not the first time Sen. Mark Pryor sullied his office. He still has not cleared up questions about un-reported income, undisclosed assets and his role in helping his mother-in-law skip out on paying $2.8 Million in taxes. There is a petition to demand that Pryor release his tax return at www.retirepryor.com.

Posted by marcd1 on 04/28/2012 at 2:52 PM

Re: “A fierce race for Senate unfolds

Why do I read about Sen. Joyce Elliott's $1600 in back taxes and not see any discussion about US Senator Mark Pryor? He should be under investigation for his involvement in a $2Million tax bill that has gone unpaid. In 2006, he owned a million dollars in interests in at least 4 of his mother-in-law's companies. When one of his mother-in-law's companies -- one in which Pryor had holdings-- stiffed the IRS out of $2Million in unpaid payroll taxes, his holdings disappeared from his Senate disclosure form. Why? For more on this, go to www.retirepryor.com.

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Posted by marcd1 on 04/25/2012 at 11:37 AM

 

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