FBI Agent John Connolly’s Inexplicable Actions: How To Figure Them Out? 3/5

Kevin Weeks told of a couple of meetings with Connolly when he was with the FBI in 1978 and 1984. They were no more than greeting each other and had no substance to them. He said in 1996 Flemmi  who was in the Plymouth jail gave him a number and told him to reach out for Connolly to find out what was going on with the federal investigation against him. You have to keep in mind Connolly had been protecting Flemmi since he returned to Boston and took over as his FBI handler back in 1973 or 1974 up until he left the FBI in 1990. What was it that made Flemmi think Connolly was still interested in protecting him?

Weeks met with Connolly in Harvard Square. He told him of Flemmi’s request. Connolly said he would see what he could find out and let him know. Why?

The next meetings were at a Cambridge restaurant, Finnegan’s Wake. Connolly told him the government’s case was weak and was breaking down. They discussed the witnesses and what Connolly knew about them. The understanding was that Weeks would carry that information to Flemmi.

It’s not just Connolly’s helping Flemmi he is doing it with Whitey’s strong-arm man Weeks. You have to question what’s in Connolly’s mind. To protect himself from being discovered in touch with these men Connolly had Weeks call his office and identify himself as Chico; when Connolly wanted to get in touch with Weeks he would call his  brother. His brother would then call  Weeks and  say, “your girlfriend called.” Here we have Connolly showing he knew there was something wrong with his doings by using  codes to hide their contact.

The meetings switched from Cambridge to the Top of the Hub on the  56th floor of the Prudential Building where Connolly had his office with Boston Edison. Connolly continued to provide him information apparently from what was said in front of the grand jury.

It gets a lot worse. Flemmi and the guys he was in the can were scheduled to have motion hearings before Judge Wolf on their motions to dismiss the case. They wanted to know the names of the informants who provided information for an FBI bug.  Weeks went to Connolly to get that information. Connolly provided it for him. He went back to Flemmi in prison and gave it to him. Connolly was giving out the names of his informants as well as other informants not his.

Not content with just feeding information to Flemmi and being in touch with his lawyer, Connolly also wrote a letter to Judge Mark Wolf attempting to undermine the case against Flemmi. He provided Weeks with a tape recording which Weeks gave to Flemmi’s lawyer for the purpose of saying it came from FBI Agent John Morris trying to frame Morris.

What does this tell us about Connolly’s character that he would be helping out a most evil man he had to know murdered other people by undertaking to do all these underhanded things to try to defeat the government he worked for?  I mentioned this before that it is not just Kevin Weeks’s testimony  that disclosed this but there was corroboration evidence  from others.

This desperation on Connolly’s behalf is inexplicable and has to be considered when judging his character. If any reason can be given for it the best I can think of is that Connolly  was afraid of what Flemmi knew about himself. He certainly  wasn’t trying to help him because he believed in his innocence. He didn’t owe him anything having protected him for twenty years.  Having done that wasn’t it enough?

What was it that allowed Flemmi to extort more out of him? Friendship? What does it say about an FBI agent who befriended a guy like Flemmi. But then again  he was friends with Whitey.  Money? Flemmi would testify he paid Connolly over two hundred thousand dollars. Whatever the reason it reflects very poorly on Connolly.

Connolly had a chance to explain. He was called to testify before Judge Wolf but took the  Fifth. He had a chance to testify in Boston at his trial but sat silent. Again in Florida he had another change but there too he passed up the opportunity.

He says he will tell all when he gets out of prison. Isn’t that a little late. The time for telling  was a long time ago. Hasn’t the train already left the station? Do we really have to hear anything from Connolly now that we know about his relationship with Flemmi? Doesn’t that tell us all we want to know?

 

28 thoughts on “FBI Agent John Connolly’s Inexplicable Actions: How To Figure Them Out? 3/5

  1. You’re right, Matt. The train has left the station. What the so-called court in Florida did to Connolly (seemingly with the help of Wyshak) is appalling. Connolly had nothing to do with Callahan’s murder (nor did Bulger). But, in saying that, I state again that Connolly was Bulger’s informant. I was convinced from at least 10 days of testimony in Bulger’s trial about the “Bulger FBI informant file” that it was created to protect Morris and Connolly (10 days of testimony that had nothing to do with the jury’s deliberations). It was apparent that Wyshak was determined to convince his audience that the file was real. All those already consumed with Morris’ lie to the Globe refuse to even consider it — tell a big lie often and it will be believed!
    One of your bloggers remarked that Bulger had stated in the past that Connolly didn’t take money — and then, upon learning of the file, changed his story. That blogger was right. But, that certainly doesn’t mean Bulger isn’t telling the truth now. Bulger was protecting Connolly — that old criminal code that Bulger held to — he believed that you always protect your informants. Bulger first learned of the file through his defense team. He struggled with the criminal code — and still does. He realizes now that a lie unchallenged becomes the truth. He was not an informant, and will not remain silent as John Connolly continues to perpetrate that lie in a vain attempt to hide the blood on his hands.
    I realize many have much invested in the “Bulger story” as created by Morris, Martorano, Flemmi, Weeks, Nee, and others — and perfected by Wyshak. Oh, the many books written! To now consider that Bulger wasn’t an informant shakes the decades old tale to its foundation. Easier to continue to believe….
    How far was Wyshak willing to go to hold on to his faithful followers? Consider the plight of Bob Fitzpatrick and Ralph DeMasi. Both upset the highly orchestrated testimony Wyshak, in my opinion, was determined to present to his media and those who had faithfully believed. Both were “properly punished” for their defiance.
    Of course, the followers of the “Bulger tale” can certainly continue to believe — but that doesn’t make it true.

    1. The Bulger-WHG 1980s murders of CEO, Roger Wheeler and CFO Callahan, World Jai Lai were tied to the entity being a money laundering vehicle for drug trafficking profits and witness clean-up of CIA Iran-Contra/$Narco. Major Contra/$Narco drug money was laundered and diverted to the GOP Presidential campaigns.

      The Contra/$Narco operations were run largely by the CIA, NSC, Army Security Agency (ASA) & 10thSF, Fort Devens, Ayer, MA by rogue CIA Officers Duane “Dewey” Clarridge, William Casey, Michael D’Andrea, Michael Taylor, Oliver North, Bill Weld and Richard Secord, et al. Other Contra “Enterprise” drug money (~$373M) was laundered through Trump’s casinos, Weld’s family investment firm, American Financial Group and Demoulas Super Markets/Market Basket.

      When Iran-Contra began to unravel, Casey and Rudy Guilliani got Bill Weld appointed as AAG of the DOJ Criminal Division to obstruct then-Senator John Kerry’s Subcommittee & Congressional Investigations by quashing 200 subpoenas. Later, AAG Bob Mueller appointed AUSA Wyshak, NJ to run sham murder & bribery investigations.

      In sum, Wyshak works for Michael D’Andrea, D/CIA-CTC (2006-16), formerly CIA Chief of Operations for RDI (Kidnapping, torture & interrogation), Drones (& child-molester/rapist) redacted in the Senate 2014 SSCI torture-interrogation report. D’Andrea, aka Michael L. Kettenbach is the brother-in-law of Arthur T DeMoulas. Hence, the acrimonious DeMoulas Supermarket litigation.

      Cover-ups

  2. Bill C :

    I respect your cogitative faculties. Please address, categorically, the concerns MC states in today’s post.

    Juror #12 is lying just off Castle Island in a refurbished CONSTITUTION , guns bristling and awaiting your visit in the Captain’s gig.

    Do let us know how that goes !!!

  3. I believe, as my cousin (retired asst. DA of Dade County) said to me when I first asked her about the case, “There’s got to be more to it.” It is only logical.

  4. Naimovich was falsely indicted because some OC criminal said he was paying him off. So one has to believe another OC criminal, Weeks is telling the truth? Do you credit Flemmi’s claim of a $200 thousand payoff to Connolly? It only occurred 8 years after his arrest as Bill pointed out. It was purchased with a corrupt bargain, a lenient sentence. Clearly a recent contrivance. Wise guys are per se incredible. Both claims were patently false. So why do you insinuate money could be the reason? 2. Because Flemmi was the main source in taking down the Boston Mafia. He provided 90% of the information. The wiretap on Fleet St. The induction ceremony in Medford and the tap at the Prudential Center resulted in a dozen Mafia Dons and Capos going to prison. Whereas the State and local police were totally ineffective against the Mafia the FBI locked them all up. Connolly recognized the essential role Flemmi played. Naturally he didn’t want his great success turned into a failure so he tried to help Flemmi. Remember the murders weren’t discovered for several years. As far as Connolly knew his informants complied with the no violence part of the bargain. If any retired cop was asked by a former informant to help him out he would probably try to assist. 3. This article is just a smear job attacking Connolly’s character. So Flemmi is now credible? You are contradicting yourself. 3. Only a prosecutor would ascribe guilt to someone who remains silent. A Constitutional Right exists for a reason. No matter what one testifies to a sleazy prosecutor would indict them for perjury even if they told the truth. See the Fitzpatrick case.

  5. Boy oh boy. Take the blinders off, please.
    1. Matt, for some reason, perhaps to justify his friend Judge Tauro’s exceedingly harsh ten year sentence, tries to blacken John Connolly’s reputation with every utterance. What is this penchant, to cast John in the darkest light? The Rolling Stones wrote a song, “PAINT IT BLACK” . . . everything Kevin Weeks says John Connolly said and did is accepted without qualification . . .triple hearsay testimony be damned . . . and every interaction with Weeks, Flemmi and John is portrayed as EVIL. Why, Matt. Why? Why the hatred for John Connolly? Why continue to kick a man when he’s down and out and imprisoned and voiceless.

    1. Why did John take the FIFTH . . .upon advice of counsel, who got whiff of Wyshak’s infamy, the obscene deals cut with perjurious killers, to get John to get Billy, to sell down the drain honorable FBI agents like Connolly and RUFO (read the books, not the killers’ books, not Carr’s, not Cullens, but my books and the book titled RUFO by two retired FBI agents). READ. And you’ll realize where the villainy lies.

    2. John Connolly was the one agent most responsible for takiing down the entire New England Mafia(says Joe Pistone, Donny Brasco, who for decades has attested to John’s integrity as have 100 agents who’ve worked with John and know him . . . .Matt doesn’t know John . . .has had one or two bad encounters with him . . .and Matt, not knowing him, but being beholden to his boss Bill Delahunt who was a friend of Tauro and Bellotti, has come to hate John Connolly or at least unconsciously despises him and Matt’s writings over the years reflects this . . .constantly painting John BLACK . . .

    2. John Connolly did not befriend Flemmi as Matt alleges . . .when John captured Salemme in New York (on his own John spotted Salemme walkiing down the street, then gave chase with another agent, putting Salemme behind bars forever until Wyshak, Sterns, Durham decided to cut an obscene deal and put the perjuror on the stand to testify against Connolly.) JOHN’S FBI BOSSES assigned Flemmi to John when John returned to Boston from NYC. He was ordered to manage Flemmi as a TEI .. . .as he was ordered to manage a dozen other TEI’s, none of whom ever said they ever gave him a dime . . .except Whitey, whom John did recruit, and who did say he gave John money after he said John was an honest cop who never took a dime . . . .Janet sat on the Jury that heard allegations from perjurious killers and the corrupt-attemptedmurderer Morris about John taking some cash (petty) and things of value (a ring, a phony ring story manufactured by Martorano who’d never met John) and JANET knows her jury rejected/not guilty every accusation that John took money.

    4. So, John is assigned Flemmi. John recruits Whitey. Whitey and Flemmi meet with John, and several other FBI agents over the years . . .they sometimes have dinner together, they always meet clandestinely. . . .If there is any FOOL in America who believes a gangster (Whitey) who is meeting secretely with multiple FBI agents (others besides Connolly and Morris) is NOT AN INFORMANT, I can’t help them. Everyone in the FBI in the TEI program including Morris and other agents and their supervisors knew Whitey was an INFORMANT. End of the story. Another story: did Morris leak the names of informants hoping they’d be killed. Yes? Was Morris a lowlife? Yes. Was Connolly, No, Absolutely Not . .he was an honorable, highly decorated, FBI agent and all who knew him knew that . . .Connolly was happy to retire in 1990 and get married and start a new life . . .

    4. Why did Connolly tell Weeks to use an alias? The same reason when I worked downtown for a prominent lawyer/lobbyist I told my heroin-addict friends don’t drop in on the office, and stop calling the office. I’ll meet you where we usually meet or I’ll call you from home and we can meet for lunch. DISCRETION. From 1990 onwards John Connolly working in security at EDISON in the Prudential Center. He didn’t want the staff disturbed nor his bosses disturbed by gangsters’ calling. So he said, “If you call, use an alias which will not alarm anyone.” Harmless.
    Secondly, John was living in Lynnfield with his new wife and three young boys quickly came along and he was raising a family and starting a new life and doing a great job for the Edison. Was he concerned that people knew he was a former FBI agent. Hell,no. He was proud of that. Did he sever all ties with his hometown? Hell, No. He went to BC football games in Miami arranged by Southie BC Alum and all the Southie-Dot guys drank at eh same bars downtown (when he was single) and when married he dropped in on Bill Bulger’s Office probably doing P.R. for Edison . . .that’s what you do: interact with top Public Officials when you are a top Private Sector Exec

    5. (forgetthe numberiing) John openly meets with Kevin Weeks for lunch at the Top of the Hub in the Prudential Center and at other public restaurants? Why? Why not? I have openly met with guys for lunch who’ve been heroin addicts and lifelong criminals and I have tried to help out many of them.

    6. Why would he try to help Flemmi? Because having handled himfor 15-plus years . . .that was his job . . .John knew that Flemmi’s info was most responsible for taking down a big segment of organized crime in the Boston Area. . . . .What help was he trying to give him? He was trying to help his legal defense team defend him which every American is entitled to. Why didn’t he just let him sink on his own? Well, maybe he felt a bit of help wouldn’t hurt and it ws the Christian thing to do. Didn’t he know he was murderer. Every TEI, every made man in the Mafia is a murderer, they are still entitled to a defense in America.

    7. Neither John Connolly, nor Matt, nor anyone else in America in 1995-1996-1997-about 1998 . . .knew how evil Flemmi or Martorano or Weeks or Morris were . . .it was only when Weeks and Martorano turned INFORMANTS to the FBI prosecutors that the stories of multiple murders, murders of women, dismemberment and burying of murdered were disclosed.

    8. Janet, a fellow juror said he never would have convicted John of anything if the thought the Judge would sentence him to one day in jail, and your repeatedly right that John has blood on his hands . . .do you realize how many lives John Connolly has saved by breaking up Organized Crime, capturing these Mafiaosa types, these career gangsters. John Connolly has saved far more lives and brought far more murderers to justice than the entire State Police and State Prosecutors Offices during John’s 15 years working in Boston from around 1975-1990.

    9. Janet, you are right to see through the sham show trials put on by Sterns, Durham and Wyshak, et their associates and successors . . .Prosecutorial Abuse of Power . . . .understand that what happened to John Connolly, an innocent honorable FBI agent, is what happened to H. Paul Rico . . . .i beseech you to read my books and to especially read the book RICO, a book review of which is contained within my latest booklet, Three Billboards Outside Boston Massachusetts: Prosecute the Persecutors Who Abuse Federal Prosecutorial Power

    10. Matt “‘PAINTS IT BLACK” with a very broad black brush . . . . every word, every memory of the lifelong bully gangster who barely got out of high school Kevin Weeks is given full credibility by Matt (by the way, Kevin’s siblings are highly educated and accomplished, and Kevin has no one to blame but himself for the criminal life he led) . . .so Kevin spins and Matt spins Kevin’s spins in the light most damning to John Connolly and Janet, of two contradictory stories coming out of Whitey’s mouth, chooses the story most exculpatory of Whitey and most damning of John Connolly. Janet says, Yuh Whitey when first arrested said John Connolly was an honest cop, but after Whitey learned he was being carried as an Informant, he said Connolly wasn’t an honest cop . . .because informants, snitches get killed, rammed, isolated in prison . . .and Whitey has himself to think first and foremost about, as always . . .and Whitey would never lie, nor would Kevin Weeks, nor would John Martorano, nor would Steve Flemmi, nor would JOhn MOrris . . .and none of them would ever spin to sell a book, or cut a lenient obscene deal with Federal Prosecutors, or spin to portray themselves in the best light and portray others in the worst . . .none of these stellar serial killers, perjurors, would ever paint another person in a negative light.

    CONCLUSION: what is inexplicable is Matt’s obsession/compulsion to PAINT IT BLACK. . .to portray John Connolly in the worst light . . .in this he sides with Carr and Cullen . . .my only explanation for it: 1. he instinctively sides with Prosecutors as a lifelong prosecutor himself; 2. he feels obliged to defend his long time boss Bill Delahunt’s friend Judge Tauro obscenely harsh sentence . . .when asJanet knows, one Juror, Juror#1 in my book, said he’d never have voted for any conviction if he thought John would be sentenced to one day . . .that Juror viewed John’s acts as petty; Judge Tauro viewed them as black as tar . . .

    John Connolly is an innocent man framed by power-abusing Federal Prosecutors, an innocent man continuously defamed by the likes of Carr, Cullen, et al, as was and is H. Paul Rico . . . .read the other side . . . open your minds, hearts and eyes to the JIHAD . .

  6. Javert’s Jihad . . .another prosecutor whose penchant is to Paint It Black . . .maybe that’s how prosecutors’ minds are compromised by decades of portraying defendants in the worst possible light possible . . .they come to see us all as defendants, and themselves, the FEDs as the White Knights . . . .of course they’re Black Knights on an Unholy Jihad abusing Federal Prosecutorial Power oftentimes out of spite or venality or pettiness or to settle political scores or to curry favor with the Globe by doing its bidding or by doing the bidding of learned liberal academics at Harvard like Alan Dershowitz . . .or by echoing Mr. Smear’s, Mr. Schadenfreude’s malformed opinions . . .you know Mr. Smear, Mr Schadenfreude who delights in others’ sufferings? Howie Carr! The Murderer of Reputations in Chief!

  7. Hi Matt,
    I’m still very eager to hear what Connolly has to say, in his own words. Hopefully, that will come sooner rather than later. I think we’re all hoping his story will shed new light on the situation.

  8. Are all Harvard professors nuts? Timothy Leary told everyone to use psychotropic drugs. Terrible advice for the young. Dershowitz called all Boston Police liars. Now Pochahontas says the criminal justice system is racist. Comparable to all cops are liars. The new African American Boston Police Chief says the Courts are too lenient with gun offenders. Who is better equipped to opine on the subject. A police supervisor with 20 plus years of experience or some preposterous academic with zero experience in the field?

  9. Major point here … The Top of the Hub is, as the name suggests, on the top floor of the Pru, the 52nd. There is no 56th floor.

  10. John Connolly wrote a letter to a judge. No crime. An exercise in First Amendment Free Speech and Freedom of the Press (print, writing, holding a placard in front of a courthouse)FREEDOMS.

    I myself (an my friends) have written to letters to judges: to federal, state and local judges; we’ve written to Justices of the US Supreme Court; we’ve sent books to all the Supreme Court Justices and sent books/articles/letters to other judges.

    John Connolly wrote to Federal Judge Wolfe, an honorable man. Judge Wolfe said he receives one hundred letters a year from citizens; some he throws away; most he shares with prosecutors and defense counsel, as applicable.

    Appearing before Judge Wolfe was White Knight Javert Fred Wyshak as prosecutor for the FEDs and opposing him as defense counsel for Steve Flemmi was Mr. Cardinale who was claiming Flemmi was exempt from prosecution for non-violent crimes because of an immunity deal with the FEDs/FBI . . .Cardinale was hurling all sorts of dirt on FBI agents, and Wyshak was letting him, in my humble opinion, because down the corridor in another courtroom the Sterns, Durham, Wyshak gang were seeking indictments against FBI agents (viz John Connolly et al) before a secretly sequestered convened Grand Jury.

    Now Judge Wolfe did not know about this Grand Jury or exactly what was up, but Fred Wyshak did. You see Wyshak had a constitutional duty to do his best to defend FBI agents but he was allowing Cardinale to smear them, because, in my humble opinion, Wyshak knew what the GJ was all about and the more mud smeared on the FBI in Wolfe’s courtroom, the better for the Sterns Gang down the road after the GJ issued its indictments.

    So, the press got wind of Wolfe-Wyshak-Cardinale-Flemmi testimony in the openly public trial and printed/aired how damning the testimony was against FBI agents.

    John Connolly likely read this stuff. Then he decided to put pen to paper and write a letter to Judge Wolfe. Why did he do so anonymously? He was a private citizen working at Edison. Why did he put on Boston Police Stationary? Probably so that it’s catch the Judge’s eye.

    Did the letter defame some Boston Police? Apparently so, at least good men in the Boston Police thought so. DEFAMATION is a CIVIL OFFENSE not a crime.

    Writing a letter to a judge is a free speech exercise.

    Is stealing Boston Police Stationary a federal offense? I don’t know.

    I know Sterns, Durham, Wyshak turned the writing of a letter into a Federal Crime of Obstruction of Justice . . .think all you millions of American citizens who’ve written to a judge over the years . . . .the Fanatical FEDs Power Abusers Have You in their Sights . . .live in fear, or fight the bastards until the FEDs fear We the People, and not the other way around as is in Today’s Tyranny of FEDs abusing power . . .

    P.S. I keep forgetting Janet was on Whitey’s jury, not John Connolly’s . . .nevertheless she saw the same Circus, the Stalinistic Show Trials on display . . .I just hope she’ll read the opposing views in RICO and my four books, The Fix, Character Assassins I, Character Assassins II and Three Billboards . . get them on Amazon or the first three on Xlibris and Amazon . . .and elsewhere, I hope, if the FEDs have not censored them . . .

    1. Bill:

      All know that writing a letter is an exercise in one’s First Amendment Rights. However in doing that one must face the consequences of having exercised that right. Judge Wolf testified that when he received the letter he felt duty bound to investigate the matter. He found the allegations therein to be false after several days of hearings.

      The thing I don’t get is why is Connolly trying to help Flemmi and his gangster friends by writing the letter. He knew Flemmi was a gangster. Why is he trying to help him?

  11. And Janet, you fell for Wyshak’s show trial smearing FBI agents . . .
    You say John Connolly “has blood on his hands.” You write that repeatedly.

    DID EVERY FBI AGENT WHO HANDLED A TOP ECHELON INFORMANT HAVE BLOOD ON HIS HANDS?

    HAS EVERY UNDERCOVER COP WHO DEALS WITH NARCOTIC-DRUG TRAFFICKERS “BLOOD ON HIS HANDS” BECAUSE THOSE DRUG DEALERS KILLED AND THEIR DRUGS KILLED . .TO THE TUNE OF 65,000 OVERDOSE DEATHS A YEAR NOW IN THE USA?

    WHEN JOHN RETIRED IN 1990, NOT JOHN CONNOLLY, NOR ANY OTHER FBI AGENT, NOR ANY SUPERIOR IN DC, NOR ANY STATE PROSECUTOR, NOR ANY STATE COP OR LOCAL COP AWARE OF ANY MURDERS STEVE FLEMMI COMMITTED SINCE JOHN CONNOLLY WAS HANDLING HIM . . . .SAME GOES FOR WHITEY . . . .EVERY YEAR, AT LEAST, ALL TEIs were REQUIRED TO AFFIRM AND SIGN A STATEMENT THAT AS A CONDITION OF CONTINUING AS A TEI THEY COULD COMMIT “NO VIOLENCE, NO MURDERS.”

    THE GLOBE DID NOT KNOW WHO WAS COMMITTING THE MURDERS IN THE 1980S, THE LOCAL DISTRICT ATTORNEYS DID NOT KNOW . . .IF THEY DID THEY WERE DUTY BOUND TO INDICT, NO INDICTMENTS CAME DOWN . . .THE STATE AND LOCAL COPS DID NOT KNOW . . .THE FBI AND DEA AND FED PROSECUTORS DID NOT KNOW IF THEY DID THEY WERE DUTY BOUND TO INDICT

    IF A TEI COMMITTED A MURDER HE AS ARRESTED AND PROSECUTED AND TERMINATED AS A TEI . . .IF HE WAS SUSPECTED, HE WAS INVESTIGATED

    NOTHING PREVENTED STATE, FEDERAL AND LOCAL AUTHORITIES, NOTHING PREVENTING THE MEDIA, GLOBE, FROM INVESTIGATING . . .

    THE FACTS WERE NO ONE, INCLUDING JOHN CONNOLLY, KNEW THE MURDERS FLEMMI AND WHITEY WERE COMMITTING AND WEEKS WAS COMPLICIT IN AND MORRIS WAS ATTEMPTING TO COMMIT . . .UNTIL LATE IN 1990, ABOUT 8 YEARS AFTER JOHN CONNOLLY HAD RETIRED FROM THE FBI

    SO, JANET, DO YOU BUY INTO THE STERNS GANG, HOWIE CARR, CULLEN THEORY, THAT ALL FBI AGENTS KNEW AND ALLOWED MURDERS TO CONTINUE, OR THAT MANY FBI AGENTS KNEW AND ALLOWED MURDERS TO CONTINUE OR THAT ONLY JOHN CONNOLLY KNEW AND ALLOWED MURDERS TO CONTINUE . . .

    WHEN I WRITE ABOUT CHARACTER ASSASSINS I INCLUDE PROSECUTORS WHO INDICT FALSELY . . . .WHAT’S A WORSE A CHARACTER ASSASSIN THAN TO ACCUSE AN INNOCENT MAN OF MURDER, AN INNOCENT MAN OF A FEDERAL FELONY, PROBATION OFFICERS OF FEDERAL CRIMES FOR HIRING “NOT THE MOST QUALIFIED” AND LABELLING LEGISLATORS AS “CO-CONSPIRATORS” . . . .WHO HAS FLUNG MORE MUD AND ASSASSINATED MORE CHARACTERS, GOOD MEN’S NAMES, THAN MR. SMEAR, MR. SCHADENFREUDE HIMSELF, HOWIE CARR?

    WHOSE BLOOD IS ON WHOSE HANDS?

    THE REAL VICTIMS HERE, APART FROM THE DEAD MURDERED BY THE MOBSTERS-KILLERS AND THE DEAD’S FAMILIES AND FRIENDS, ARE THOSE INNOCENT PEOPLE FALSELY FRAMED AND FALSELY PROSECUTED BY THE FEDS . . . .AND WE ALL CAN LIST DOZENS OF THEM . . . .FALSELY PROSECUTED BY THE FEDERAL PERSECUTORS WHO ABUSE FEDERAL PROSECUTORIAL POWER AND STAGE STALINISTIC SHOW TRIALS . . . .
    corrupt federal prosecutors . . . read RICO, read my books, open your eyes, face the facts . . . .

    You’ve been conned by Wyshak, the FEDs, Carr, Cullen, the Globe . . .

    Otherwise, have a good day . . . .peace to those of good will, to those not of good will, Special Forces . . .

    1. Alright Bill, you have worked tirelessly to defend your client, in the face of hectoring charges of an Ego run amok and your advocacy being decried as counterproductive to John Connolly’s best interests.

      AND YET, HE PERSISTED !!!

      Skeleton Key : ” If they did, they were duty bound to indict. ”

      Unlock that door and be careful what you wish for .

  12. And Matt, you know better as a lawyer and prosecutor to cast aspersions on anyone who exercises his sacred Constitutional right to take the Fifth, which is oftentimes advised by learned counsel.

    More so, today, I recommend Taking the Fifth, when honest words get twisted by corrupt prosecutors into perjury charges, and when the accused, like Aaron Schwartz, is faced with a dilemma: Untruthfully admit to perjury (or some other felony, in Aaron’s case) or face years of litigation, bankruptcy of your family and 50 years in prison.

    You don’t think Federal Prosecutors abuse power?

    1. Bill:

      You take the Fifth if you do not wish to incriminate yourself. Of course a person has a right to take it but so do people who listen to the person take it have to wonder what crimes the person committed for implicit in taking it is that the person did commit the crimes.

  13. ” The legitimation of violence, against a demonized internal enemy, gets us to Fascism.” …. Robert Paxton

    This describes ANTIFA

    People like Chris Cuomo and other Press darlings cheer on their ANTIFA muppets as they rage, always in staggeringly overwhelming numbers, against their fellow socialists ; the White Nationalists. Adolph Hitler had the same problem with the Marxists in the thirties during the formation of his own party’s identity. The National Socialists reported to Adolph; the Marxists to Moscow. The Nazis demonized this ” internal enemy” and then destroyed them.

    ANTIFA is the military arm, in its nascence, of the radical political Left, (read the Anarcho-Socialists) in the United States of America.

    They are determined to ” Do Trump like Qaddafi .” (And I quote)

    The fanatics at Charlottesville, and Washington over the weekend, who put on their White Nationalist drag and went through that tired routine are a convenient foil for the Left.

    Oh Oh …. HERE COME TEN THOUSAND ANTIFA FREEDOM FIGHTERS TO CHASE AN OLD WOMAN WITH AN AMERICAN FLAG ACROSS THE BOSTON COMMON AND WRESTLE HER TO THE GROUND.

    Mahhhhty …. It’s gonna get worse !!!

    1. John:

      Yes, there does seem to be a lack of condemnation of the Antifa from the left. Perhaps Chris Cuomo is in agreement with his brother Andrew, the governor, who opined, “We are not going to make America great again. It was never that great, . . . ” Who elects these people? You’d think out of 20 million they’d be able to find someone other than a Cuomo.

      Yah think when he runs for president he’ll run on that slogan.

      1. Well, of course Chris Cuomo just informed a liberal reporter, mugged by Antifa in Washington this past weekend, that the rules are different for the Leftist fascists than they are for the Right Wing fascists. His brother, Andrew, sibling rivalry being what it is , in the true egalitarian spirit of his father’s campaign slogan in a past race against a candidate rumored to be a practitioner of the love that dare not speak its name …VOTE FOR CUOMO NOT THE HOMO…. came up with a catchy putdown of his own.

        Andrew , politically, is now what one might call a CUOMOSEXUAL .

  14. Damn , Bill, I just scrolled up and realized that you went Old Testament on Spanky and the Gang and BUSTED OUT THEM CAPS !!!

    GOOD !!!

    ” You’ve been conned by Wyshak, the FEDS, Carr, Cullen, the Globe ….”

    HALLELUUUJAH ……

    ” Otherwise, have a good day….. Peace to those of good will.To those not of good will, Special Forces. ”

    ITE MISSA EST !!!

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