Sentence for Vaughan's bookkeeper sea...

Sentence for Vaughan's bookkeeper sealed

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#1 Sep 18, 2012
Most likely because she got her hands slapped and nothing more so to prevent those who got ripped off by Doug Vaughan from complaining and demanding the Judge be FIRED.

http://www.kob.com/article/stories/S2769084.s...

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#2 Sep 18, 2012
Any bets that this is the work of Kari Brandenburg?

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#3 Sep 18, 2012
CornDogz wrote:
Any bets that this is the work of Kari Brandenburg?
Brandenburg had nothing whatsoever to do with this case, which was in Federal Court. Another opportunity for you to try to blame something on President Obama.

And.... since Vaughan was the big fish here, it would not have been unusual for the U.S. Attorney to trade a lighter sentence in return for the kind of information that only his bookkeeper would have.

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#4 Sep 18, 2012
walterfm wrote:
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Brandenburg had nothing whatsoever to do with this case, which was in Federal Court. Another opportunity for you to try to blame something on President Obama.
And.... since Vaughan was the big fish here, it would not have been unusual for the U.S. Attorney to trade a lighter sentence in return for the kind of information that only his bookkeeper would have.
Where in his post does he mention Obama? Now I am beginning to wonder about you too, and yes Kari can make phone calls calling in favors.

I highly doubt anyone involved with this crook would turn states witness or Federal witness and offer info for a plea deal.

If you worked for this crook you were part of the ripoff, make no mistake about that regardless of which company of his you worked for.

Now again where in CD post did he mention Obama ?

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#6 Sep 18, 2012
walterfm wrote:
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Brandenburg had nothing whatsoever to do with this case, which was in Federal Court. Another opportunity for you to try to blame something on President Obama.
And.... since Vaughan was the big fish here, it would not have been unusual for the U.S. Attorney to trade a lighter sentence in return for the kind of information that only his bookkeeper would have.
Where did I mention the Obama - wally the wanker? Those drugs have really done a number on your feeble little bigoted brain. You are obsessed with the guy, admit it, you wish you were his wife! Lol...

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#7 Sep 20, 2012
Bluntly Spoken wrote:
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Where in his post does he mention Obama? Now I am beginning to wonder about you too, and yes Kari can make phone calls calling in favors.
I highly doubt anyone involved with this crook would turn states witness or Federal witness and offer info for a plea deal.
If you worked for this crook you were part of the ripoff, make no mistake about that regardless of which company of his you worked for.
Now again where in CD post did he mention Obama ?
Barack Obama is President of the United States, which is an elective office. He appoints the Attorney General and the United States Attorney for the District of New Mexico.

The U.S. Attorney for the District of New Mexico prosecuted Vaughan. Kari Brandenburg is the District Attorney for the Second Judicial District of the State of New Mexico.

Since Cornholio erroneously blamed Brandenburg - an elected official - in the context of this issue, it stands to reason that the federal equivalent would be President Obama. And because we all know how much Cornpone likes to blame President Obama for everything except broken pop-tops on beer cans, my reference reflected that.

I'm going to go ahead and post this so you can read it as many times as you need to, but if you need further explanation I will be happy to elaborate further.

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#8 Sep 20, 2012
walterfm wrote:
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Barack Obama is President of the United States, which is an elective office. He appoints the Attorney General and the United States Attorney for the District of New Mexico.
The U.S. Attorney for the District of New Mexico prosecuted Vaughan. Kari Brandenburg is the District Attorney for the Second Judicial District of the State of New Mexico.
Since Cornholio erroneously blamed Brandenburg - an elected official - in the context of this issue, it stands to reason that the federal equivalent would be President Obama. And because we all know how much Cornpone likes to blame President Obama for everything except broken pop-tops on beer cans, my reference reflected that.
I'm going to go ahead and post this so you can read it as many times as you need to, but if you need further explanation I will be happy to elaborate further.
Hey you get a A for knowing the chain of command BUT you still FAIL to understand how dirty corrupt politics works in NM.

Favors gained are owed back and Kari has a lot of favors owed her for all the dirty little plea deals she has made and under the table having Judges CLOSE the books so no one can see what the deals are.

This sneaky dirty little bookie is an example as was her boss who got to keep most of the money from items sold instead of it going to those he ripped off.

Do you ever have anything NICE TO SAY about people here?

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Albuquerque

#9 Sep 20, 2012
Bluntly Spoken wrote:
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Hey you get a A for knowing the chain of command BUT you still FAIL to understand how dirty corrupt politics works in NM.
Favors gained are owed back and Kari has a lot of favors owed her for all the dirty little plea deals she has made and under the table having Judges CLOSE the books so no one can see what the deals are.
This sneaky dirty little bookie is an example as was her boss who got to keep most of the money from items sold instead of it going to those he ripped off.
Do you ever have anything NICE TO SAY about people here?
Sure. Some of them don't pick their noses, at least as far as I can see.

But most of them drink WAY too much, like to reference Nazis and birth certificates like real men used to talk about boobs, and have the same low-information voter profile as the general population. Which is to say they know far more about football than politics. And they adopt a team and then stick with it no batter how shitty they play, how much they cheat, or how silly they look to people who don't give a crap about sports.

The ones who do study politics rely too heavily on Rush Murdoch & the Brainless Blondes on Fox. They believe in God more than smart people do, and they also like guns way more than the average citizen.

[Seriously....Sarah Palin? George W. Bush? Michael Bachmann....Gretchen Carlson's former nanny?????] You can't make this stuff up! My God, the more sensible conservatives ought to be petrified with fear and embarrassment just for having those morons agree with them!

Now, that's not to say they're bad people. I'm sure they'd lend a fellow American the shirt of their back, which is a good thing! But they skew way racist, conservative (which is to say outdated), and incredibly self-unaware and economically clueless. That's the most frustrating thing, since they tend to vote for the idiots who do them far more harm than good.

LIke worshipping a God that alternates between ignoring them and beating them.

Hey, that reminds me. Did you know that the Walton (Walmart heirs) family has the same amount of wealth as 33 million Americans?

And that we pay interest on the national debt - that's money borrowed to pay for their tax cuts - to them? Even if you don't ever shop at Walmart, you're making them richer. Those 6 people are worth $89 billion. And yet they still want to build a store at Coors & Montano, GUARANTEED to clog up the traffic there and over the Montano Bridge. And then WE will have to pay to widen the bridge.

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#10 Sep 20, 2012
walterfm wrote:
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Sure. Some of them don't pick their noses, at least as far as I can see.
But most of them drink WAY too much, like to reference Nazis and birth certificates like real men used to talk about boobs, and have the same low-information voter profile as the general population. Which is to say they know far more about football than politics. And they adopt a team and then stick with it no batter how shitty they play, how much they cheat, or how silly they look to people who don't give a crap about sports.
The ones who do study politics rely too heavily on Rush Murdoch & the Brainless Blondes on Fox. They believe in God more than smart people do, and they also like guns way more than the average citizen.
[Seriously....Sarah Palin? George W. Bush? Michael Bachmann....Gretchen Carlson's former nanny?????] You can't make this stuff up! My God, the more sensible conservatives ought to be petrified with fear and embarrassment just for having those morons agree with them!
Now, that's not to say they're bad people. I'm sure they'd lend a fellow American the shirt of their back, which is a good thing! But they skew way racist, conservative (which is to say outdated), and incredibly self-unaware and economically clueless. That's the most frustrating thing, since they tend to vote for the idiots who do them far more harm than good.
LIke worshipping a God that alternates between ignoring them and beating them.
Hey, that reminds me. Did you know that the Walton (Walmart heirs) family has the same amount of wealth as 33 million Americans?
And that we pay interest on the national debt - that's money borrowed to pay for their tax cuts - to them? Even if you don't ever shop at Walmart, you're making them richer. Those 6 people are worth $89 billion. And yet they still want to build a store at Coors & Montano, GUARANTEED to clog up the traffic there and over the Montano Bridge. And then WE will have to pay to widen the bridge.
I can honestly say I don't listen to any of those talk shows, be it on TV or radio nor do I care for them.

The three Walton kids should not be in any of Forbes 100 wealthiest people as they never earned it nor worked a day in their lives, they inherited it when Sam Walton passed away.

And the squabbling the three of them did banned them from working for Wal-Mart, the son did for a time but was booted out as he had no business sense.

Oh by the way you forgot one thing in that long list that should follow nose picking, it is azz scratching...LOL

Y'all know, for an old hippie ya ain't all so bad after all.

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#11 Sep 21, 2012
walterfm wrote:
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Brandenburg had nothing whatsoever to do with this case, which was in Federal Court. Another opportunity for you to try to blame something on President Obama.
And.... since Vaughan was the big fish here, it would not have been unusual for the U.S. Attorney to trade a lighter sentence in return for the kind of information that only his bookkeeper would have.
You gotta be kidding. Someone mentions Brandenburg and you take it that it is blaming Prez O? It's called Ideas of Reference. Though this is a stretch and really a mutated version.

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#12 Sep 21, 2012
And I am sure your rationale for why you made that connection(s) made sense to you. A lot of jumps and a lot of assumptions. You seem to think that everyone thinks like you. Therefore you ad "hominemed" CD and stereotyped him. Put him into the old black and white category. That he hates Democrats and because K Brandenberg is a Democrat, he is blaming Prez O because he is the Head Dem. Great logic. Hope you didn't use that kind of thinking in your response to people's incredulity over your post.

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#13 Sep 21, 2012
Willothewisp wrote:
And I am sure your rationale for why you made that connection(s) made sense to you. A lot of jumps and a lot of assumptions. You seem to think that everyone thinks like you. Therefore you ad "hominemed" CD and stereotyped him. Put him into the old black and white category. That he hates Democrats and because K Brandenberg is a Democrat, he is blaming Prez O because he is the Head Dem. Great logic. Hope you didn't use that kind of thinking in your response to people's incredulity over your post.
I hate it when you make so much sense.

Actually, you make me smile. I don't mind being wr.... wro.... wrongggg.

But I think it was a simple case of CD blaming Kari for something she didn't have anything to do with, and I called him out on it.

The Obama reference was......unnecessary..... and I regret it.

I do sometimes have my doubts about Brandenburg. I've met her and she's a nice lady, even....dare I say...kind of ....desirable? She lost a husband to tragedy. Maybe two..I can't recall offhand, but she has worked hard and when the cops are less than stellar in building cases or keeping evidence I think you have to cut her some slack. She's stuck between the voters and the cops and the judges..... not an easy job for anyone.

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#14 Sep 21, 2012
walterfm wrote:
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I do sometimes have my doubts about Brandenburg. I've met her and she's a nice lady, even....dare I say...kind of ....desirable?
Careful there, if you are married and your wife reads this you just might end up sleeping in the dog house!

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#15 Sep 21, 2012
walterfm wrote:
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I hate it when you make so much sense.
Actually, you make me smile. I don't mind being wr.... wro.... wrongggg.
But I think it was a simple case of CD blaming Kari for something she didn't have anything to do with, and I called him out on it.
The Obama reference was......unnecessary..... and I regret it.
I do sometimes have my doubts about Brandenburg. I've met her and she's a nice lady, even....dare I say...kind of ....desirable? She lost a husband to tragedy. Maybe two..I can't recall offhand, but she has worked hard and when the cops are less than stellar in building cases or keeping evidence I think you have to cut her some slack. She's stuck between the voters and the cops and the judges..... not an easy job for anyone.
My point was that she is the queen of plea bargains, and it appears on the surface that the same mentality was employed with this case. He personal problems are just that, personal. Instead of going after the criminals we tend to plea down for the sake of numbers of convictions and to hell with justice - be it local, state or federal. What that leads to is closing the files from public view on the sentence, something we see all to often. In the end, money is way more important than justice, and criminals know that full well, that's why they get away with so much and push the envelope of crime.

But all the blame doesn't fall on her. You comment re the police is valid, so to is lousy judges and piss poor case law that is now biting itself in the ass because its come full circle.

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