Thursday, September 16, 2010

My opinion? Yes: GregJackP = UNT Sgt Greg Prickett = TxBluesMan of "Coram Non Judice"

A week ago you'd have found me about 98% sure, but as you know, I've made an ass of myself before on this topic.
I will be removing posts soon that suggest anyone else was "da Blues."

Without his confession, it's hard to say all doubt has been removed, but if Greg isn't Blues, then Blues stole his "CV" and Greg hasn't the sense to realize the trouble Blues has gotten him into.

I called Greg today. He denied everything, but didn't threaten me like cops do when they have the high ground. That's probably because he can't afford to do so. Then he hung up. GOTCHA!!

We (meaning the politically ecumenical group of persons "Blues" has ticked off) got together over all things on global warming. We don't agree. Blues & I do agree, but we could all agree his methods were unfair & outrageous. TxBluesMan has that effect on people. He rubs so many diverse people the wrong way that they end up liking each other, when normally they might be at each others throats. Thanks Blues. You've made me a bunch of friends I wouldn't have even sought, and I am a better man for it.

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I_hate_bigots said...

You shouldn't have to guess. The identity of this person should be available through normal discovery process. If someone is purposely hiding so they can not be identified by the defense, then I feel the person is obstructing justice.

TXbluesman didn't just state opinions. He/she had access to all sorts of private information. This person absolutely crossed the line when they had “private” information about a shooting.

During a criminal trial, when someone can spend the rest of their life in jail - they have a right to know the id of the person who is make all sorts of negative statements.

The State or someone's civil attorney, shouldn't be blogging about a case - and they should be using an agent to blog either.

I don’t use my real name but this isn’t the same as avoiding have your id disclosed through the legal process. If Blues was really someone who wasn’t connected to this case, there are all sorts of protections through the discovery process in order to remain anonymous.

But I have the definite feeling the author(s) of these blogs want to remain anonymous, not so they can feel free to express their opinions but to cover-up unethical/illegal behavior.

The Pharisee said...

In fairness, I think the Ranch could have used the law to find this out 2 years ago, but hey, better late than never. :)

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Vulture said...

I must say I would never have become friends with Toes and you had it not been for the unifying influence of the Mall Cop a Palos.

Thanks, Bluesy!