“I Thought If I Did That They’d Be Satisfied?” Senator Brian Joyce’s Road To Prison

Senator Brian Joyce from Milton’s lawyer said back around February 17: “Senator Joyce  has been cooperating with each inquiry that has taken place . . . ”  Too bad the senator never read this site. Had he, he would be a much more contented elected official. He would have learned that the last thing that would help him was to cooperate with the Boston U.S. attorney’s office.  To read more go here:

4 thoughts on ““I Thought If I Did That They’d Be Satisfied?” Senator Brian Joyce’s Road To Prison

  1. I wondered why my reporting to the Boston office of the FBI and the United States Attorney’s office was dead on arrival and why the media has been silent for years regarding a pattern and practice of public corruption and criminal activity by several AUSA’s allowed to operate above the law.

    The following excerpt, (“I Thought If I Did That They’d Be Satisfied?” Senator Brian Joyce’s Road To Prison) Posted on March 7, 2016 by mattathubgab explains it all:

    “A fundamental rule for all persons who have become targets of the Boston Tag Team consisting of the Boston Globe and the Boston U.S. Attorney is to not cooperate. Once you have the faintest hint they are after you the only thing is to be silent. That not only goes for when the Tag Team is running. It applies to any inquiry by the feds and most state law types.

    I’ve been around a long time and I’ve never known anyone who helped himself by cooperating. When the spotlight shines on you lawyer-up. Remember if you don’t tell the whole truth they’ll whack you for lying; or perhaps add to that obstruction of justice. You need a lawyer who also understands how the Tag Team works.

    The Globe decides upon the target and then sics the other half on it. They coordinate the matters. One has subpoena and warrant powers which they will use liberally; the other has the power of the press which will be fed by the one that extracts information by force.”

    If true, the “Tag Team” has it backwards. The FBI and the US Attorney’s office is mandated to investigate public corruption and government crime and the Globe is supposed to report it.

    I guess law enforcement’s mantra, “If you see something, say something” is just an empty slogan selectively used to cover up as law enforcement sees fit.

    dougkinan@yahoo.com
    Sworn & Commissioned Officer, Massachusetts Trial Court (Retired)

  2. Doug:
    This is why I plant all these Trojan Horses
    manipulating Matt so he will take a leadership
    role and help us create a volunteer civilian review
    police board with subpoena powers that would
    set and enforce standards of performance for
    OUR criminal justice system.

    wink,nod, know what I mean?

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    Glenn Beck

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    Editor’s note: The Greenville News has a policy of not identifying
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