Monday, May 18, 2009

The LuLac Edition #823, May 18th, 2009



On the eve of an election campaign that ended a few days ago, Wilkes Barre Area School Board member Jim Height was arrested and charged with bribery- A plea agreement signed by former Wilkes-Barre Area School Director James Height calls for him to serve 15 to 21 months in prison based on sentencing guidelines, but the sentence could be further reduced if he provides substantial assistance to authorities in their ongoing corruption probe. Height was charged this afternoon with accepting $2,000 for aiding a contractor in his attempts to secure a contract within the district. Height, who abruptly resigned from the school board last week, is the third school official to be charged with corruption within the past month.

From combined reports of Times Leader and Citizen's Voice.


At 5:55 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Its time to save your own neck

At 6:40 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

The beat goes on and they havent even started on corruption in the Lac.
Nancy Pelosi and Newt remind me of NANCY from one of your favorite comis strips and her beau Sluggo!
With Dems like Nancy in support, Obama aint gonna have it easy!
And once again we are asked to pick a candidate and get out and vote.

At 6:29 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

15 - 21 months for $2k. At that rate, the Ex-judges should be in for 195,000 - 273,000 months


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