Wednesday, October 29, 2008

Texas has 45 days, wanna bet they wait until the last minute?

Sheriff Doran and friends can wait 45 days.

The Salt Lake Tribune - "Mohave Superior Court Judge Steven F. Conn gave Texas Ranger Brooks Long, Schleicher County Sheriff David Doran and Deputy Sheriff John Connor 45 days to participate in personal interviews with Jeffs' defense team or face depositions."


I'd give pretty good odds that they will wait most of that time, if not all of it. Frankly, if I were Doran I'd do it in the next few days. He might not be in office much longer.

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7 comments:

whatsup said...

Allen,

The Lord helps those who help themselves. Keep up the good work, and remember, Loyalty is life.

A good Friend.

whatsup said...

Nah, I don't think he'll do it soon, their all gonna get together and make sure their fabricated list of lies are the same, then they'll hunker down and make sure they can all CYA and not make it too obvious. I don't believe they will tell the truth even on a stack of bibles, cause if the bible really meant anything to them in the first place, the we probably wouldn't be having this conversation in the first place would we? I imagine Flora is gonna be required to do a few more lap dances for Doran, and LONG!! to make sure she stays out of the picture.

The Pharisee said...

Who's Allen?

Hugh McBryde :)

whatsup said...

Well, Hugh, it's like this, I use an automatic password filler, and I must have copied some comment in with it, so, I hit hit fill and submit, and wa la, there you have something I didn't mean to submit. Then I made the second comment.

Oh well.

TxBluesMan said...

Hugh, I also posted this in a lower thread, but you may want to check my blog - they don't have to wait to the last minute, I doubt that they will talk to them at all...

The Pharisee said...

Coolio Blues, I think that ultimately will start getting the FLDS what they want. It will just take a little longer.

whatsup said...

Got to admire Bluesman going down with the ship, I knew he would. Yet, deep down inside himself I really think there's a little spark of humanity in him, he's put up a solid front, and held it well, but somewhere you have to admit that what was done was wrong, and set an awful precedent for the future, I don't know, maybe he's part of the spawn people, who knows that the secret agenda for removing the rights and privileges from the America people is moving right along, either way, I don't care how hard you are somewhere you have to admit wrong was done. I'll give you points for sticking with it Blues, whoever and whatever you are. All I know is I feel very sorry for people who can look at what was done to these people and agree with it. I never in a million years could imagine such heartlessness.