Sunday, October 02, 2005

Tom DeLay Makes "America's Most Wanted" 

So it starts out like a typical episode of "America's Most Wanted" (or what I gather is a typical opening since I really don't watch the show that much. I want to know about crime, I read blogs. But anyway...)
One of south Florida's biggest mysteries is the bizarre case involving multi-millionaire 51-year-old Konstantinos "Gus" Boulis.
Yeah, okay, big whoop. Rich Florida dude, owner of sandwich shops and a cruise line, gets whacked. Lamentable, of course, but why note it here? Because just look whose name shows up next:
Now, high-profile Washington DC lobbyist, Jack Abramoff and Adam Kidan have been charged with conspiracy and wire fraud for allegedly scheming to defraud two lenders in the purchase of SunCruz Casinos.
Oh me oh my! Indeed we know the name Abramoff, do we not? So the question is, will AMW do any dot-connecting to other criminal conspirators who have been in the news lately? Why, wonder of wonders, indeed they do!
Abramoff - a central figure in investigations involving House Majority Leader Tom DeLay - has pled not guilty against those charges in a Florida court.
Emphasis added, just because it looks so good.

As noted, I don't watch "America's Most Wanted" all that much. Then again, I sort of suspect most of their usual audience doesn't read blogs that often either. This story has just penetrated a whole 'nother market. Heh heh heh.

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