Maurice Brown Found Guilty!!!

Maurice Brown Found Guilty!!!

Posted in the New Roads Forum

Crystal balls

United States

#1 Mar 3, 2011
Guilty on 11 of13 counts. Including Rico. Looking at your own balls do you see the same future for tn?

Since: Jul 10

Location hidden

#2 Mar 3, 2011
Hope so.
Minsky

United States

#3 Mar 3, 2011
I would imagine so.

Since: Feb 11

Ventress, LA

#4 Mar 4, 2011
I expect the cowardly little ba$tard is looking for a plea deal about now.
Offender

Ventress, LA

#5 Mar 4, 2011
Its sad that these men will face the possibility of over 200 years in prison for taking football tickets, hotel stays, and small amounts of cash from a corrupt make beleive company made up by the feds who paid out over one million dollars of taxpayer money to catch these guys who received trinkets.They stole nothing from the cities that they run or their constituants, but the govenor gets to fill political positions with campaign contributers and run for president. There is no doubt that these people should be punished, but is'nt this a little extreme when compared to the money and time that the government has wasted?I've seen people get less time for murder. This is a sick world when we can applaud this.

Since: Feb 11

Ventress, LA

#6 Mar 4, 2011
Offender wrote:
Its sad that these men will face the possibility of over 200 years in prison for taking football tickets, hotel stays, and small amounts of cash from a corrupt make beleive company made up by the feds who paid out over one million dollars of taxpayer money to catch these guys who received trinkets.They stole nothing from the cities that they run or their constituants, but the govenor gets to fill political positions with campaign contributers and run for president. There is no doubt that these people should be punished, but is'nt this a little extreme when compared to the money and time that the government has wasted?I've seen people get less time for murder. This is a sick world when we can applaud this.
I'm applauding the piss out of it. The sooner we get dishonest politicians on the chain gang the better. Remember, just because this is all they were caught doing, doesn't mean this is all they were actually doing. And I'm sure they won't be spending 200 years in jail either.
Offender

Ventress, LA

#7 Mar 4, 2011
Post Turtle wrote:
<quoted text>
I'm applauding the piss out of it. The sooner we get dishonest politicians on the chain gang the better. Remember, just because this is all they were caught doing, doesn't mean this is all they were actually doing. And I'm sure they won't be spending 200 years in jail either.
I hope you are as extatic to applaud when trouble falls upon you. I bet you will hope that your punishment fits your crime. You would enjoy men being stripped away from their families for years for what the everyday Joe would get probation for. We expect a person to be a saint because they hold public office, but the standard is different for our own brothers and sisters. Karma is a son of a gun.

“Resurected”

Since: Feb 10

Destin, Fl

#8 Mar 4, 2011
Offender wrote:
<quoted text>I hope you are as extatic to applaud when trouble falls upon you. I bet you will hope that your punishment fits your crime. You would enjoy men being stripped away from their families for years for what the everyday Joe would get probation for. We expect a person to be a saint because they hold public office, but the standard is different for our own brothers and sisters. Karma is a son of a gun.
Yes, you are right. We hold our leaders to a higher standard than common citizens. That's why we choose them to lead.

If we picked average Joes to be our leaders, we would be governed by apathetic, uneducated and ignorant people like a large percentage of our general public. They should be elite; and when they get caught on the take, they should pay dearly. Just taking a little bit doesn't make it just a little bit wrong.

Woodsman_1

Since: Jul 10

Ventress

#9 Mar 4, 2011
Offender wrote:
Its sad that these men will face the possibility of over 200 years in prison for taking football tickets, hotel stays, and small amounts of cash from a corrupt make beleive company made up by the feds who paid out over one million dollars of taxpayer money to catch these guys who received trinkets.They stole nothing from the cities that they run or their constituants, but the govenor gets to fill political positions with campaign contributers and run for president. There is no doubt that these people should be punished, but is'nt this a little extreme when compared to the money and time that the government has wasted?I've seen people get less
time for murder. This is a sick world when we can applaud
this.
Maurice only. Brother chief no time.
Do no crime do no time.
Offender

Ventress, LA

#10 Mar 4, 2011
Vigilandy wrote:
<quoted text>
Yes, you are right. We hold our leaders to a higher standard than common citizens. That's why we choose them to lead.
If we picked average Joes to be our leaders, we would be governed by apathetic, uneducated and ignorant people like a large percentage of our general public. They should be elite; and when they get caught on the take, they should pay dearly. Just taking a little bit doesn't make it just a little bit wrong.
Dont you think that the fact that the feds paid two operatives over 1.1 million in taxpayer dollars to bring down these men bordered on criminal. Myles wasnt even a legit FBI agent (trained member of the bureau) he was a regular joe off the streets who was trying to do anything to get his sons federal drug case thrown out, now dont you think he had motive to lie. It was a win win for him, over $600,000 in compensation in the form of cars, clothes, luxury apartments, expense accounts, and getting your dope dealing son off the hook. Then after that get caught defrauding a bank for a million more! You think I would trust any part of his testimony? He could have very well taken the front money himself and offered them the tickets. It seemed that the bulk of his testimony centered around Saints and Hornets tickets that the brothers called him asking for.

Since: Jul 10

Location hidden

#11 Mar 4, 2011
Offender wrote:
Its sad that these men will face the possibility of over 200 years in prison for taking football tickets, hotel stays, and small amounts of cash from a corrupt make beleive company made up by the feds who paid out over one million dollars of taxpayer money to catch these guys who received trinkets.They stole nothing from the cities that they run or their constituants, but the govenor gets to fill political positions with campaign contributers and run for president. There is no doubt that these people should be punished, but is'nt this a little extreme when compared to the money and time that the government has wasted?I've seen people get less time for murder. This is a sick world when we can applaud this.
If you think that these public officials haven't benefited personally from 'perks' while in office I have a bridge to sell you. A $50K vehicle, a $600,000 travel budget. You can bet that that quarter of a million dollar "eyesore' that was to be the new city hall was a SWEET deal for someone. No bid contracts. Mayor's office run amok, wait a minute, no mayor from June through the end of his time in office......Please!! You think that is at no cost to the residents of NR?

Obviously you aren't a federal offender because you would realize that that those pens are resorts compared to state and county facilities. Prisoners with cell phones and weekend furlows. Hell Tommy can keep track of all of his girl friends, visit them on the weekends, and play video games all week. Doesn't sound much different than his life on the outside.

Offender sounds like she could be Tommy's mama......

“Resurected”

Since: Feb 10

Destin, Fl

#12 Mar 4, 2011
Offender wrote:
<quoted text>Dont you think that the fact that the feds paid two operatives over 1.1 million in taxpayer dollars to bring down these men bordered on criminal. Myles wasnt even a legit FBI agent (trained member of the bureau) he was a regular joe off the streets who was trying to do anything to get his sons federal drug case thrown out, now dont you think he had motive to lie. It was a win win for him, over $600,000 in compensation in the form of cars, clothes, luxury apartments, expense accounts, and getting your dope dealing son off the hook. Then after that get caught defrauding a bank for a million more! You think I would trust any part of his testimony? He could have very well taken the front money himself and offered them the tickets. It seemed that the bulk of his testimony centered around Saints and Hornets tickets that the brothers called him asking for.
It always cost's more to fight crime than to let it go, but that's not the point. These guys got caught, plain and simple. The operative is no consequence to me.

Woodsman_1

Since: Jul 10

Ventress

#13 Mar 4, 2011
Li'l Don stated on the news that a lot of valuable lessons were learned in trying this case first.
His office will be much better prepared in the trials to yet come, he stated.

Since: Jul 10

Location hidden

#14 Mar 4, 2011
Woodsman_1 wrote:
Li'l Don stated on the news that a lot of valuable lessons were learned in trying this case first.
His office will be much better prepared in the trials to yet come, he stated.
Can hardly wait.
Yes Indeed

Denham Springs, LA

#15 Mar 4, 2011
Offender, you make some valid points but you have no chance getting these people to see what you're saying. The hate that they have for the ex mayor is extreme.
Aging Too

Denham Springs, LA

#16 Mar 4, 2011
The FBI operative was not paid a million dollars to help catch these small town crooks as their attorneys would have you believe. He was paid about $650,000 over several years for 12 separate cases. And the reason the FBI began investigating Grace, Nelson,and others in the first place was because of allegations of bribery and extortion already occurring. This is probably the tip of the iceberg. If you can't do the time, don't do the crime.
Minsky

Folsom, LA

#17 Mar 4, 2011
Don't make excuses for them. They are corrupt. They are an embarassment. They are poor examples to our youth. And it involved much more than a few football tickets. They were planning to cash in big on the bogus garbage can cleaning project. They should do some time.

“Resurected”

Since: Feb 10

Destin, Fl

#18 Mar 5, 2011
Yes Indeed wrote:
Offender, you make some valid points but you have no chance getting these people to see what you're saying. The hate that they have for the ex mayor is extreme.
This isn't personal on my end, but I suspect you know Tommy personally. I'm sorry if a jail term hurts you in some way, nobody made him take bribes and gifts. It was Tommy's own actions that put him in this spot and no amount of crying about the FBI or trivializing his crimes will change that.
Offender

Denham Springs, LA

#19 Mar 5, 2011
I'm not Tommy's mother nor am I The Brown's, Grace's or any other of these peoples mother's but I do have compassion for people and dont feel that their punishment fits their crime. Like I stated before, these people should be punished if they are guilty. So I guess you hope that the little girl who was drunk and killed the other girl on hospital rd. should get 200 years also? Her crime was far worse.
Minsky

United States

#20 Mar 5, 2011
The little girl who drove drunk and killed the other little girl (as you so trivially characterize them) AND her unborn child should get life PLUS 200 years.

Tell me when this thread is updated:

Subscribe Now Add to my Tracker

Add your comments below

Characters left: 4000

Please note by submitting this form you acknowledge that you have read the Terms of Service and the comment you are posting is in compliance with such terms. Be polite. Inappropriate posts may be removed by the moderator. Send us your feedback.

New Roads Discussions

Title Updated Last By Comments
Couhig Slush Fund Tue Nora on the pole 16
News Family members of Derrick Todd Lee's victims se... Sun GeauxGirl 21
Wakefield Dollar Store Jun 23 Hihopes 10
Think there should be a red light by sonic or nah? Jun 21 225 fel 27
Jarreau's off the Hook Jun 21 Jack 6
Rod Dreher is on the cover of the latest Greate... (Apr '13) Jun 21 identifies as cochon 578
Casket- st Augustine cemerony pulled out mausoleum Jun 19 Boss 1
More from around the web

Personal Finance

New Roads Mortgages