Friday, September 23, 2011

The LuLac Edition #1770, September 23rd, 2011


3 FOR 3

The Feds got their men. They are batting .1000. They are 3 for 3. Three Luzerne County Judges investigated, prosecuted and now in jail for a long time.


At 9:50 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Conahan is gone. I dont care to hear about his bad childhood. Was his revenge to ruin other childrens lives? He was abused, he was an alcoholic, he had a million excuses. He never should have been a judge, period. The only thing he wasnt was an ass like his fellow judge at sentencing.
Good reporting, David.

Waverly Bob

At 11:58 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Pretty Lame Dave, you could do better

At 3:51 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

11:58AM, I totally disagree. I saw this video when it was made. I might be paranoid here but look at the shots of the young Conahan and Ciavarella. Then listen to the remarks of Conahan's lawyer yesterday. "Don't know what went wrong, might've been when you were young and strong". Either Yonki's consulting with defense attorneys or somebody saw this to launch that defense. Or maybe Conahan had a tough go of it as a kid. Whatever, this thing is anything but lame.

At 8:32 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Just a word about the video. I think it caps off the entire scandal in a very good perspective. Yonk is one creative guy. Cut him some slack. He was at the Courthouse early in the morning, running around with reporters from that station in Hazleton that can be his grandkids, he did three reports on LuLac before he did that silly show Topic A with that man Tarone and then hauled his ass to Blogfest last night. On his worst day, he is close to some people's best! But then again, I always liked Neil Young.


At 10:36 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Okay, let me weigh in here. I liked the video and thought it was clever. I was going to attend the blog event last night but got turned away by road closings and the rain. I'm not that familiar with Pittston so I bagged it nd went home. But the work Dave does, even attempting to do a video on such a monumental case like this should be applauded. The internet blogs are like the encyclopedias of yeaterday. It is a record of our society. So I'm hesitant to say its lame when I have not attempted to do the same.


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