Saturday, November 25, 2006

Erie Voices remembers

Special Prosecutor Requests Temporary Suspension
Thursday, June 16, 2005, 08:34 PM
Special Prosecutor Requests Temporary Suspension Of First Amendment During Baumgartner Case
[parody alert]

“How am I supposed to convict this lady on grand theft auto charges with Erie Voices around?” said Assistant Cuyahoga County Prosecutor Daniel Kasaris. “It’s like – we’ve counted so much on the fact that the local newspapers won’t report on our underhanded, illegal conduct that it’s getting increasingly difficult to operate illegally.”

Elsebeth Baumgartner is being prosecuted illegally by a handpicked special prosecutor picked by Erie County Prosecutor Kevin Baxter who was the target of political speech by Baumgartner before his publicly funded private ferry boat business went belly up.

Kasaris joins the ranks of other seemingly dishonest public officials who have enjoyed the lack of media scrutiny on the Northern shore of Ohio. In a brief statement to the press after leaving the Erie County Courthouse Kasaris suggested a “temporary suspension on the first amendment.”

“I just need a media blackout for a few weeks until I put this bitch in jail. Is that so much to ask?”

Elsebeth Baumgartner Pharm D., J.D.

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