Sunday, April 2, 2006
Who's Sorry Now?
Ah, how about practically EVERYONE Abramoff knew?
The latest involves the old saying, "All's fair in love and war." In this, the Mother of All Scandals, the tentacles seem to be far reaching, the latest being Emily Miller, former fiancee of snarkity, smarmy, smug Michael Scanlon. Michael Scanlon received $82 MILLION DIRTY DOLLARS along with Wannabe Gangsta, Jack Abramoff, from Indian tribes. Then Miller was dissed by Scanlon for a 'younger woman' and now Emily's singing like a canary. We say, "Emily, at least keep the 4-carat engagement ring!'
Don't get us wrong, Miller has a hard edge of her own: Miller shared the pugnacious style of her new colleagues. She was once quoted in a Washington Post profile of DeLay yelling at a reporter: "You lied! . . . You twisted his words! . . . We don't know you. You don't exist . . . You are dead to us." (story here) We want to know what Emily knows about Scanlon's involvement in the SunCruz murder.
And the worm turns.....Justfor the record, we do believe the Jackster was somehow involved in the SunCruz murder and that is why he' s spilling so many toxic beans. Reminder of some of the details in this part of The Jackster's sleaze: "... the Fort Lauderdale murder-corruption case surrounding the SunCruz casino stands out as possibly the biggest embarrassment for the Republican power structure, since it may feature appearances by Abramoff and his onetime aide Michael Scanlon.
Fort Lauderdale homicide detectives are interested in questioning Abramoff about the 2001 murder of SunCruz casino owner Konstantinos “Gus” Boulis. Prosecutor Brian Cavanaugh told me he most certainly “will be spending time with Mr. Scanlon.”
Boulis was gunned down in his car on Feb. 6, 2001, amid a feud with an Abramoff business group that had purchased Boulis’s SunCruz casino cruise line in 2000. On Sept. 27, 2005, Fort Lauderdale police charged three men, including reputed Gambino crime family bookkeeper Anthony Moscatiello, with Boulis’s murder.
As part of the murder probe, police are investigating payments that SunCruz made to Moscatiello, his daughter and Anthony Ferrari, another defendant in the Boulis murder case. Moscatiello and Ferrari allegedly collaborated with a third man, James Fiorillo, in the slaying." (here)