How about the Globe headlining Sal’s lawyer’s suggestion that his cancer spread because the feds let it? Buried in the story was the as yet reported fact that the guy has stage 4 cancer. Most likely he’ll be dead by this time next year.
That’s the story. Instead the Globe uses the subtleties of the news to paint Sal as a phony trying to gain public sympathy.
Instead the story should be the boundaries the feds push in trying to manufacturer criminal indictments. They don’t want truth or justice. They want headlines and professional advancements.
So make this guy suffer mentally, physically, and emotionally then put him in front of a grand jury and start pushing him to say things that would lead to indictments of powerful people. You know what I mean. Get Sal nice and marinated so when on the hot seat the sizzle just oozes out.
Sal was suppose to be in the whatever-you-want-hear-mood which probably meant lying.
It didn’t end that way so no Con Air for Sal. Back on the Chinatown bus to Kentucky. Tongue cancer? Too bad Sal. That sucks. Watch your step. It’s a shame you didn’t “remember” things differently.
Now Speaker Deleo, Senate President Murray and others who make the show run are so distracted by the feds that the place is like a subway train stopped dead in the tunnel.
In the meantime it’s no secret that kingmaker and House majority leader Ron Mariano is dropping mumble and grumbles about the speaker that harken back to Speaker McGee and his majority leader George Keverian. Unlike McGee, DeLeo has done nothing that I am aware of to warrant this distancing. WTF.
I have a shout out to Rep. Michael Moran, an up and comer in the House.
Yo Mikey. I’m gonna need some B.U. tickets next season and I hear you can hook me up. I have cash. Thanks dude.