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10-25-2010, 11:03 PM
How will our friends in uniform vote. For an innocently accused man willing to put transparency and justice back in Leonardtown, or a convicted rapist and dead beat dad who sells Drunk Driving "get out of jail for $5k." coupons. Yep,, just ask a drug dealer, a rapist, or a state's attrny. Sell justice in the name of your favorite charity and you are guarranteed reelection. Justice at a price,, just ask any good ole boy. :smack:
10-25-2010, 11:35 PM
How will our friends in uniform vote.
Very few of the uniformed people at Pax can vote in the local election.
Typical Mattingly troll - no knowledge just a bunch of :blahblah:
10-25-2010, 11:58 PM
Typical Mattingly troll - no knowledge just a bunch of :blahblah:By :blahblah: you must mean cheating and swindling. I hear they're good at that. Until they get caught (http://forums.somd.com/elections/216038-brown-sentenced-two-years-prison.html), anyway.
10-26-2010, 12:17 AM
Well hadenuff, the American Legion Post 238 just endorsed Fritz. They can see through your lies and bull s...! Your warped little mind thinks everyone is stupid.
10-26-2010, 01:46 AM
Friday, Oct. 22, 2010
By JOHN WHARTON
Brown sentenced to term in prison
Judge says state's attorney candidate John Mattingly
also tried to cheat people in real-estate dealings
A two-year investigation of real-estate fraud and witness tampering
resulted this week in a prison sentence for Daniel Jason Brown,
and a judge's rebuke of state's attorney candidate John Mattingly
"I frankly don't think you were the instigator in any of these things,
but you played a major role," Judge Wallace said, and he barred Brown
from having any contact with John Mattingly after Brown is
released from custody and begins five years of supervised probation.
"The two of you together (Mattingly & Brown)
did operate your business corruptly,"
Judge Wallace said, "in an effort to cheat other people."
Renee Joy, assistant Prince George's prosecutor, spoke of Brown's conduct.
"His work ethic was proven to be shortcuts and scamming innocent people
to line his own pockets," Joy said. "He thinks that he's above the law."
In the home-improvement case, Joy said, "Mr. Brown was showing the
epitome of greed. He was taking advantage of an elderly woman who was
an amputee and had recently lost her husband."
for full story click on link below
Brown sentenced to term in prison (http://www.somdnews.com/stories/10222010/entetop170421_32304.shtml)
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