Magical Juisdiction Making Magic [ pt.two ]


And there you have it. Did you see that? Do you get the whole picture? First you’re Hubbard, Pierce, Baria on November 17,1998 but after you become important to the money on claims of facts you become ” magical ” You become Baria, Holaday & Johnson, PLLC in the year 2000 a practice established in 1995 the same year as the toxic release and therefore you can sign up all kinds of fraudulent claims. Now what’s worse concern of posting a stored item of wire fraud or not making the point that this is corruption gone wild? The magic shown here produced a Mississippi Senator. Image that.

MFTMS13. UPDATE FOR MAY 2nd, 2013 First up we sadly announce the passing of my mother-in-law. May God bless and keep her till his appointed time for all. Amen!

Bogalusa, the stink remains:

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Billy Boy is back in business. If you can recall that wonder boy here, Billy the poster boy Arata { a-rat-ahh]  was arrested for drugs but it’s OK, he’s licking bigger asses these days. There it is…   all flashy and on the front cover of every issue of the Corporate owned Bogalusa news paper. We know silly Billy hit the jackpot justice when Bogalusa surrendered its ownership to temple inland over the possibility their ass was about to be totally bankrupt. Along with the every more money given extortion of the Marie family comes the state protection of asses from all other crimes.

We can thank God that Temple Inland isn’t the final justifiable word. Looking from another angle I’d bet the thought of anyone of the many many crooked bastards writing a book from their side of the story might have some not listed name or other connected factor which helps keep it all the more …… uh, under the rug. Oh, yeah looks like a really big secret that the government handles selective prosecutions. Crash & Burn!

About Walter:  

Reed said via email that state ethics laws governing parish agencies was the reason District Attorney Walter Reed asked Washington Parish attorney Wayne Kuhn to recuse himself from a lawsuit involving Sheriff Randy Seal. Kuhn is an assistant district attorney who works for Reed but is paid $60,000 annually by the parish to represent it in civil matters as well as attend all council meetings and the majority of committee meetings.

“I was not forcing (Kuhn) not to do something,” he wrote. “(Kuhn) knew it was a conflict. I was doing exactly what the law required us to do.” By state law the parish’s legal counsel in both criminal and civil matters is the parish district attorney.

Reed states, it has been decided by our office that the proper course of action would be for the District attorney and his staff to recuse themselves from this litigation. There is a continuing and ongoing relationship between the Chief Law Officer of the Parish and the District Attorney which requires our office to maintain a stable working relationship.”

According to multiple sources who asked not to be identified, there is also a concern that should Seal win, in order to pay the sheriff the parish might be forced to cut funding to other agencies, including Reed’s office, which ultimately may result in additional lawsuits.


About mftms13

Born in New Orleans, Louisiana January 22nd, 1961, age 47, married, 1 daughter and 2 granddaughters. I am personally facsinated by the judicial and political atmoshere in good ole Mississippi.

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