Redington says her office “is reviewing the police report and has been interviewing various witnesses.”I suppose that this is the new face of criminal prosecution...it's OK to assault opponents of Democratic Party policies.
Allow us to remain slightly skeptical and ask, just who exactly is Patricia Redington interviewing?
*She hasn’t spoken to Kenneth Gladney
*Redington hasn’t spoken to Kelly Owens.
*Redington hasn’t called any of the witnesses on the police report.
*Redington hasn’t contacted any of the Tea Party members that are seen on video
*Redington hasn’t contacted any of the people who shot video that night and whose *YouTube urls are listed on the evidence page
Who exactly is Redington interviewing? If she’s talking to witnesses, she’s only talking to ones pre-approved by SEIU’s defense lawyer, the high powered Paul D’Agrosa. We should keep in mind that D’Agrosa is being paid by SEIU Local 2000, the employer for Elston McCowan and Perry Molens. He, like SEIU and their new media spin team, have fallen silent. Despite her protestations, it’s very clear that Redington is delaying action for some reason. If Big Government hadn’t broken the story, it’s not hard to imagine no word of this would have been spoken until health care was passed and the charges could be filed or pled down over a busy holiday weekend.
Friday, November 20, 2009
It's evidently OK to assault political opponents of the Democratic Party and SEIU/HCU in St. Louis County, MO. The county prosecutor County there Counselor Patricia Redington, is still "investigating" the alleged incidents. That's three months AFTER the assaults occured. In St. Louis County the average time for an arrest to be made for assault is 2 days. That is of course, unless you belong to the SEIU/HCU, then there is a much longer delay. In an email to independent journalists (read NON-MSM)