Friday, February 18, 2011

Saradise Lost - Book 5 - Chapter 38 - Is The State Sitting on Palin's Emails to Wait Out the Statute of Limitations? - Updated

Andrew Halcro broke the news this morning, followed by others - Frank Bailey's book is finished. A manuscript has been mailed out without authorization from the author or his collaborators, and bits are being published. Jeanne Devon from The Mudflats was one of Bailey's collaborators, and writes about the experience at her blog. The Anchorage Daily News and Alaska Dispatch are covering the manuscript's contents and unauthorized release.

The item that caught my eye most, though, is this one, posted at Jesse Griffin's Immoral Minority:

In BLIND ALLEGIANCE TO SARAH PALIN: A Memoir of our Tumultuous Years, Bailey explores such key events as Palin’s gubernatorial victory, Troopergate, illegal coordination with the Republican Governor’s Association, never-before-revealed scandals such as a judicial appointment as payoff for a favorable child custody ruling for Palin’s sister.
That, I believe, is a serious felony in the State of Alaska. Could it be that the State, by holding onto Palin's emails for so long - they say the emails will be released in May - is covering up this crime and others by the Palin family until the statute of limitations makes prosecution improbable or impossible? If that is the case, then we need to see the emails the state has on why they're holding onto her emails.

Update - Saturday 1:00 a.m:

In the long, detailed Anchorage Daily News article on the leaked manuscript, Sean Cockerham quotes Christine Johnson from the Alaska Court System, stating Judge Morgan Christen's role in the custody case was "very limited."

So far, it appears both the Alaska Dispatch and the Anchorage Daily News first got their copies of the manuscript from Joe McGinniss, whose own book on Palin has a publisher, unlike Bailey's. McGinniss isn't returning a lot of calls, so we don't know why he did it, other than he thought the manuscript was somehow becoming widely available, so felt obligated to help pass it on.

How thoughtful.

image - The Immoral Minority


Anonymous said...

I'm sure you're correct, Phil. The good Christian Parnell (cough cough) is an accessory to these crimes and should be prosecuted right along with Spudnutz Barbie and her hooker-loving husband.

AKjah said...

All need to be prosecuted. Parnel right now. If our AG is not on this tomorrow then prosecute him also. Add all the other appointees.

Anonymous said...

All Alaskans instead of wondering "who leaked this" need to be pro-active and prosecute! Get the DOJ involved! Palin is still the Governor! Parnell is a sockpuppet.
I know for a fact she still has ties to the gov!Big ties like to IT!
Fucking go get her and all the other cockroaches too!
We in the lower 48 can't do this but Alaskans can!!

Anonymous said...

If it is determined that the State of Alaska intentionally withheld the release of public documents to hinder the possible prosecution of a crime committed by a former governor, then the State could most assuredly be sued. And, it would be.

Anonymous said...

Time to CYA Parnell, and let Sarah's ass hang in the wind. You don't need to ruin your life and career covering up her horrible past behavior. Just let the truth chips fall where they may.

Anonymous said...

The State of Alaska should be smart about what it redacts out of those emails (as in don't redact much). Evidently, there are lots of original copies around just waiting for the right moment to be revealed to the world. If the State is purposely editing them to save the Worst Governor Ever from jail, then we Alaskans will find out and there will be repercussions.

Anonymous said...

Hey all Sarah Palin minions, are you willing to ruin your lives and reputations to protect Sarah, who would not care one wit about your life or reputation being ruined and would let you swing in the wind.

Wake up, smell the coffee, quit covering for her the truth is coming out, take the blinders off!

People deserve the truth!

Anonymous said...

Also too, are Sarah Palin minions willing to perjure themselves for her? that is crazy, do not do it, you are the ones who will be charged with perjury, not Sarah. You are the ones who will lose your job and have a felony record. Good luck finding a job then.

Think about it.

Anonymous said...

There should be a support group for former supporters of the Quitter Queen. Being a lover of Sarah is an addiction that takes over and eventually ruins your life.