A former federal prosecutor who worked for US Attorney Jim Letten was recently disbarred for comments he made online using an alias in New Orleans.
đăng ký nhận tiền cược miễn phí 2019Sal Perricone’s comments on the Times-Picayune newspaper’s website, NOLA.com resulted in Letten’s resignation and several new trials.
Times have changed. Ten years ago, this exact sort of behavior resulted in a wrist slap.
After Hurricane Katrina, multiple people with the Army Corps of Engineers engaged in the same behavior as Mr. Perricone did.
Specifically, corps personnel – persons in a position of public trust -– were disguising their identities, pretending to be objective onlookers and using NOLA.com’s user-engagement features to viciously attack anyone who criticized the corps.
One of their targets was me and the grassroots group đăng ký nhận tiền cược miễn phí 2019 www.janesvillerental.com which I founded with my fifteen year old son after the levees broke.
Right from the beginning, đăng ký nhận tiền cược miễn phí 2019 www.janesvillerental.com was heavily critical of the corps for its design mistakes.
It appears that, in response, the corps dedicated considerable resources attempting to discredit me and anyone who supported the fledgling grassroots group.?The motive was clear.
There was a lot of money at stake.