Tuesday, February 2, 2010

Questions and Answers

Question: What do the following people all have in common?

A law school professor and expert on constitutional and military law and evidence who taught a course on efforts to control domestic criminal activity and international terrorism with Supreme Court Justice Alito overseas last summer

Two brigadier generals (different service branches)

The officer-in-charge of the CENTCOM Intelligence Support Center--New Orleans

A Secret Service agent who works at the White House

A State Department employee

A retired federal Air Force judge who now serves as a local J.P. and attends the same legal conferences in Hawaii that cost former Judge Karl Prohl his job recently

Numerous current students and graduates of the various U.S. military academies

Answer: They are all from local "insider" families in the same small county in Central Texas (see earlier post entitled "Outside, Looking Inside"), and they are just a few examples. [The CENTCOM officer happens to be related to p.i. Ed Hodges of our case, by the way.]

Question: Is this important?

Answer: You betcha'!


Anonymous said...

i need 2 borrow sum crazy. u haz xtra

Anonymous said...

you didnt even mention


170 teachers

40 lawyers

a partridge in a pear tree

one really crazy beeyotch who thinks all this is related to her

Anonymous said...

thank the lo'd she dont live in washington dc

they have INFINITY of them centcom types!

Anonymous said...

Ex-judge Karl Prohl was indicted by a Kerr County grand jury on Friday for stealing from four different government accounts. See the articles in San Antonio Express and Kerrville Daily Times.

Anonymous said...

ml isnt always lying it's just that she cannot tell the whole truth. regarding judge prohl, even a blind hog finds an acorn now and then

ML said...

I now realize I need to make a clarification. Former judge Prohl was indicted for taking money from various government accounts and using it for purposes which were not allowable, one of which was for the trips to Hawaii that I mentioned.

Judge Prohl was apparently allowed to resign before he was indicted so he could retain certain financial benefits.