Thursday, October 29, 2009

You WILL Read This!


To the left, above: Melissa Leahy-Rossow, who avers upon shamefully and unconscionably lousy evidence that she was raped by Kevin Driscoll. To the right, above: Mike Dugan, District Attorney for Deschutes county, Oregon and the boss of Jody "Shefong" Vaughan, who is prosecuting the Driscoll case. (Would you say that Dugan carries an offhand resemblance to Boss Tweed?)

It would seem that Dugan has got Shefong's back, meaning that he is "covering her arse". . . and, by all appearance, his own as well!

So, I would like you to go now and read the latest in the US Observer. If you have been following this case avidly, then trust me, it will be worth your while:

http://tinyurl.com/yhlkdyr

And if you are one of the fine people who contributed to the stream of angry letters mentioned in the above article, then you should be PROUD, and you should help yourself to something tall and refreshing! :-)

More material pertaining to the KD case will be posted in the near future, but for now, this will keep you busy and maybe bring a smile!

4 Comments:

Blogger The Archivist said...

You know, I have to ask, at what point can the Justice Department, or the FBI, begin an investigation into the D.A.'s office for misconduct, and at what point does the Bar Association get involved. If anyone happens to have the contact info for the Bar Association for this district, please post it. They should definately be included on any email/letter that is sent. A complaint of prosecutorial misconduct should be filed by Kevin.

All the best,

E. Steven Berkimer
www.falserapesociety.blogspot.com

1:59 PM  
Blogger Fidelbogen said...

Oregon State Bar Association:

http://www.osbar.org/members/localbars.asp

In the table at the top of the page, click on 'Deschutes County'.

3:30 PM  
Blogger The Archivist said...

Thanks F.

Everyone reading about this should include that email address to the list. Everyone in the D.A.'s office should certainly be investigated.

Based on your most recent post on this, it sounds like there has been quite a bit of misconduct on behalf of the police department as well. When did it become their job to interpret the evidence to fit the crime? This is an aspect of LE that needs to stop. Time to bring some honesty and common sense back to the law.

9:35 AM  
Blogger Fidelbogen said...

"Based on your most recent post on this, it sounds like there has been quite a bit of misconduct on behalf of the police department as well."

Ha! And the funny thing is, I'm not done posting! ;)

10:31 AM  

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