Wednesday, July 04, 2007

The Crux to my Angst

Post, found here, called, "Two time loser?"

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My letter to former Connecticut Governor John G. Rowland meant to arrive for his first day of prison, found here. Caution: I use foul language and the theme may be disturbing to some.

[Click Here] for "Police Retaliation for Spurned Love"

http://thesrv.blogspot.com/

http://judicialmisconduct.blogspot.com/

http://thegetjusticecoalition.blogspot.com/

This blogger's email: stevengerickson@yahoo.com

2 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Complain more. You aren't safe where you are.

Wednesday, July 04, 2007 12:50:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Lawyer's Illness Prompts Mistrial
Husband, Wife Face Embezzlement Claim

By ALAINE GRIFFIN | Courant Staff Writer
July 7, 2007
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NEW LONDON - A judge declared a mistrial Thursday in the case of a Lyme couple accused of embezzling close to $3 million from the son of legendary race car driver Luigi Chinetti after the prosecutor in the case was hospitalized.

Assistant Chief State's Attorney John Malone became ill late last month, officials said. On June 12, Malone began presenting evidence in the state's case against Richard F. Anderson and his wife, Janice M. Anderson. Both are charged with first-degree larceny and one count of conspiracy.

On Thursday, while Malone was hospitalized, another prosecutor with the chief state's attorney's office met with defense attorney William F. Dow III and Judge Stuart M. Schimelman. During the meeting, both sides determined that the case could not proceed without Malone. Schimelman then excused the jurors.




Officials declined to discuss what is ailing Malone and how long he will be hospitalized. He is expected to recover.

The Andersons, both 62, are accused of misappropriating about half of the $6.5 million Luigi Chinetti Jr., 64, was supposed to make from the sale of a 1956 Ferrari Model 290 MM in 1998. Chinetti Jr. testified that the proceeds from the car sale went into an account the Andersons had access to that they used to fund a number of things including a down payment on a Mercedes and their son's college education costs.

If convicted of first-degree larceny and conspiracy charges, each Anderson faces a maximum prison sentence of 60 years and fines of up to $15,000.

As of Friday, no new date was scheduled for the Andersons' re-trial.

Monday, July 09, 2007 2:13:00 PM  

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