Friday, June 12, 2009

Pied Piper Plays Again in Mississippi

Remember the Pied Piper Ed Peters of Mississippi? Here's a link to our previous post.

Now the Pied Piper has played his tune and carried the State Supreme Court on the path to a drowning river. From the Jackson Clarion Ledger:

One-time Hinds County District Attorney Ed Peters, who has been given immunity in exchange for his cooperation in a judicial bribery investigation, is getting his wish to be disbarred. On Thursday, the state Supreme Court agreed to Peters' resignation from the practice of law. In December, Peters submitted his "irrevocable resignation" rather than contest a complaint filed against him with the Mississippi Bar. In his resignation letter, he said, "In view of my retirement and resignation, I do not desire to defend this matter."

What is so mind-twisting is that the media even calls the action, Peter's disgraceful disbarment, a "wish."

This Southern "Gentleman" is so narcissistic, so deep in self-denial that everyone but the legal community in hillbilly Mississippi sees it!

The biggest scandal is that Rove Republican Racket prosecutors gave this "wishful" man, Ed Peters, a free ride: 100-percent genuine Southern-style immunity in a bribery scandal and partial reimbursement of $1 million in proceeds from the bribe. The two other co-conspirators are in jail and a judge is under indictment, awaiting trial.

And today we confirmed again, that deal is under close scrutiny especially since the Pied Piper has more skeletons in his closet.

Looks like prosecutorial misconduct or foolishness in Mississippi comes sweetened or unsweetened.