Wednesday, January 13, 2010

Jerry Strickland says David Foley is full of Smoke (and YES, Rozita will serve NO time)

We're not finished with the investigation, says the Texas Attorney General's office:
"Jerry Strickland, spokesman for the Texas Attorney General, told the Houston Chronicle today that the state's inquiry 'into Rozita Swinton and other aspects of this case is ongoing.'

Swinton, of Colorado Springs, was considered a 'person of interest' in connection with calls to a hot line alleging abuse at the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints' ranch in West Texas."
Oh, I believe David Foley, as he has not lied to me yet. How long does it take, JERRY? It's been almost TWO YEARS.

This interesting little tidbit is also included:
"Swinton was also sentenced to 45 days in jail but given credit for time served, so she faces no further jail time."
She didn't show for trial, Foley entered her plea (apparently) and she won't be showing up in jail.

The Salt Lake Tribune added this detail:
"The judge also limited her to one landline telephone and one cell phone and ordered her to give both numbers to the district attorney's office."
I wonder if she will continue to be able to use a computer, to access the internet? According to her "MySpace" pages, she was on yesterday.

Still unanswered? What happened to her deferred sentencing arrangement in Douglas County for her 2007 conviction of false reporting?

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I_hate_bigots said...

For every lie a government employee tells the public, they should receive a year in jail!

I_hate_bigots said...

What upsets me is not only is this a big cover-up, it's a big cover-up which is very well documented and available to the public.

It's shocking no major news media cares enough to expose this story.

It's a good interesting story - one I'm sure people would read. Look at the balloon boy story.

Have ALL the checks and balances been corrupted?

The Pharisee said...

The Balloon Boy Story has no consequences. It's fluff.