Broward Sheriff Al Lamberti Listed Son as BSO Member to Get Him Into Super Bowl

As the football playoffs are about to start and you can feel the inevitable commercially hyped push toward the Super Bowl, here's a thought to ponder:

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BSO
Sheriff Al being sworn in, with son Nick behind him.

How'd you like to go to the game for free?

Not only that but have an all-access credential that gets you everywhere in the stadium, including the locker rooms?

Well, when the game is in South Florida, as it was last year, it doesn't hurt to be related to the Broward County Sheriff.

I just obtained an internal BSO document showing that when Sheriff Al Lamberti oversaw security at the Super Bowl last year at Joe Robbie-Land Shark Stadium, his son 16-year-old son, Nick, was listed as a member of BSO's detail.

UPDATE: Sheriff's spokesman Jim Leljedal responded to my questions with this emailed statement: "Nick Lamberti did not work the Super Bowl and was not paid.  He was credentialed, as were hundreds of others who were there, so that he could accompany his dad on game day." 

Well, there are surely hundreds of people credentialied for the Super Bowl, but for BSO, it's actually a very short list. Leading off that roster, under the banner "Credentials Matrix 'Game Day,'" were Sheriff Al himself and Lt. Col. Rick Frey. They formed "BSO Command." Then six other BSOers were assigned to work security for the AFC team, the Baltimore Indianapolis Colts, who would lose to the Saints in the big game. Those included two BSO captains, a sergeant, two detectives, and... son Nick.

All have BSO identification numbers except for the teenager, whose number is listed as BSO0000.

Understand that people pay thousands of dollars for tickets for the game. They generally face at about $500, and on Stubhub right now, you can't one for next month's game for under $1,300. An all-access credential would obviously fetch many thousands of dollars.

Inside, see who else was on the detail and see a blast from the past when the sheriff and his son were photographed at the Orange Bowl with one of South Florida's best-known scoundrels. 

Here's the document:

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We know that Nick Lamberti also was put on the detail for the previous Orange Bowl at which a snapshot was taken of the sheriff with Scott Rothstein. Nick Lamberti, at left, wore matching credentials with his dad on that too:

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It's sort of an Eng and Chang Bunker look. On the right, by the way, is Lt. David Benjamin, whose face was somehow strobed out.


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RosaMelNavo
RosaMelNavo

With everything that is going on in Broward County and in Dade County these days, the best story you can write about is sheriff taking his son to Super Bowl??? Talk about mailing it in!! Journalism is not what it used to be.

KennyPowersSays
KennyPowersSays

It's all about free rides and fraud. For people who don't care, a pox on you. He got the tix because he is the Sheriff. Pay for the ticket and there is no problem. Welcome to the Coliseum.

Ministry of Truth
Ministry of Truth

This story is very relevant. To its critics: No one is picking on the Sheriff's son. That's not the point and the kid's role is NOT insignificant. The son is simply another pawn, symptom and symbol being used by the Sheriff in an illegal manner. It cannot be excused. The man's very soul is corrupt and twisted. All should pay further attention to the other ranking Deputies who accompanied the Sheriff to the games. Two of them are his personal pals and hold the rank of Captain. As such, they are also absolutely required by the State of FL to declare the ticket gift on their annual financial disclosure. I promise you that neither Fondo nor Schnakenberg did so. And unlike the Sheriff's lame excuse about Undersheriff Tom Wheeler not having financial signature authority for purchasing decisions, both Captains run divisions (SID and CID) and are the prime keepers and signers for vast budgets of over $15 Million dollars. Check it out.

Just Thinkin'
Just Thinkin'

No one is allowed to bring their child on a detail period at BSO. In addition ,the lowly detectives got paid for the detail and this money will count towards their retirements that we the taxpayer will pay. I have no problem with law enforcement as long as it is played by the rules and does not violate ethics standards.

So does this mean a deputy working an event can now bring their child with them to a detail or does this only apply to the Sheriff and his personal friends. Remember folks, the sheriff's election is in 2012. Stop listening to all these advertisements paid by folks like Lamberti's buddy convicted felon Rothstein to smear a candidate in order to fear in your minds. That's why behind closed doors they call us voters dummy's!

Stories like this need to be told. Keep it up. Expose them when they're wrong!!!!

Rume
Rume

Employees at the the Sheriffs Office are disciplined and sometimes fired if they receive any gifts. So why is the Sheriff being treated differently, he doesn't live by his own policies that he enforces. If the Sheriff was "on duty" why would he put his child in harms way. I certainly would not send my child to work with my spouse if he was a LEO

Patti Lynn
Patti Lynn

jad,

Your dissertation was excellent, but, it made my heart heavy. That's why a strong Ethics Law is needed in Broward and in Florida. It seems like such a little thing, take your child to a football game...but, in reality, I think that it's going to turn out to be an expensive lesson for the Sheriff and many others. Happy New Year, Pulpsters. Hopefully, all my wishes will come true, (did anyone get arrested today?)

skydove
skydove

@ Model Citizen

Thank you. Maybe it's time to swap out RTFM for ETFM (where E = explore and M = menus).

Model Citizen
Model Citizen

Of course, everyone would have to be on the Absolute mode to understand your references to "@ 2:15 PM", etc. And it only appears to work for comments posted more than an hour ago.

wendy
wendy

The colts stayed at the marriott harbor beach in fort lauderdale, which is likely the reason BSO provided security.

skydove
skydove

@ DNU Reply

Thanks for your explanation. I thought it was just me. It doesn't work to include time in the @ line because Disqus automatically moves the time ahead.

@ Virgil

Yeah, but what good has 10 years of all that data done? I know, it's classified -- but still, all it really shows is that certain persons were in certain places at the time photographed (though not necessarily long before or after). Presumably the expensive software screens for so-called high-value targets, and if a match shows up, LE acts accordingly, whatever "accordingly" might be. But if this program has been in effect all these years, and you know about it, isn't it possible that intelligence services worldwide know about it too, and act accordingly?

There's no need for people not on the watch list to be alarmed by the news that crowds at sporting events are under surveillance. Opponents of the Vietnam War figured this out maybe a quarter-century ago when rumors that the FBI was photographing peace marches and rallies were supported by sightings of guys with crew cuts appearing to be using cameras. With film in the cameras? (We didn't think so.) Then even more than now, just asking what possible use all that raw data could be was sufficient to alleviate the most deep-striking paranoia.

But those expensive systems have one undeniable effect: whoever sold them to the government, along with associated training and analysis assistance, has made out very well.

Model Citizen
Model Citizen

Skydove, FYI if you click on "edit profile" by your name you can change the way Disqus displays when comments are posted. Click on the Account tab, select Date & Time, then select Absolute (instead of relative). Instead of showing "10 minutes ago" Disqus will now display the actual time the comment was posted.

skydove
skydove

@ DNU Reply

Thanks for your useful explanation. I thought it was just me. Unfortunately, it doesn't work to add the time to the @ line because Disqus is forever updating -- by the minute in the first hour and by the hour thereafter.

@ Virgil

Virgil Starkwell
Virgil Starkwell

Here is an interesting little factoid. Beginning in Tampa in 2001, the Federal Government implemented facial recognition software at the Super Bowl. Everyone in the crowd who watched the Ravens destroy the Giants had their photograph taken, at which time it was downloaded into a facial recognition software program.

Apparently, a lot of high value targets--domestic and foreign--show up on Super Bowl Sunday.

Cerebus
Cerebus

RECALL LAMBERTI! Dade County is doing it to Mayor Alvarez let's bounce LAMBERTI and the DIRTY DOZEN! Pulp lead the way the masses will follow.

ANON
ANON

Absolutely, we'll follow. And let's use the Grand Jury report to take action, since it clearly states that Broward County is corrupt as ever. Unless we change it, the cronyism will continue and the people will continue to be supressed. Recall should include several of the county commissioners, Lamberti, the mayor, Satz, Adderley, and that is just for starters.

Gator
Gator

Wolf! Wolf!

OK, maybe not a real wolf this time, but all the other times I cried wolf it really was a wolf. You gotta believe me.

WhiskeyForMyMenBeerForMyHorses
WhiskeyForMyMenBeerForMyHorses

p.s. Pulpster please make sure the tax payers didnt foot the bill for Ritters shiteous new haircut...Something inside me says its possible!

WhiskeyForMyMenBeerForMyHorses
WhiskeyForMyMenBeerForMyHorses

Who doesn’t love credentials! Daddy gets his son in with credentials to the big game! What a joke! BSO identification numbers except for the teenager, whose number is listed as BSO0000. That’s BULLShit----

The Pulp Challenge
The Pulp Challenge

Here it is again....the Pulp can't say anything good about BSO or the sheriff. Shame on you for bringing his 16 year old son into your constantly lop-sided articles. So what....as many other posters have said. He brought his son to the game....tell me you would not do the same if given the opportunity. How about a New Year's resolution Pulp....lay off the sheriff for awhile and write about things that matter.

Pianoplayer
Pianoplayer

Number 1 why are Broward taxpayers paying for security in Miami Dade county. If security was really a concern you would never place a family member on the list and in harms way. As a security team member what if Lambertis son was taken hostage, could Lamberti make a prudent decision if his son was being held. I dont think so. Now, that pass was obtained only because Lamberti is the Sheriff and a 15 year old pimple face has no security expierence. This is a gift which Lamberti should have disclosed on his financial disclosure form, no an's, if's or but's.Lamberti also had obtained free Super Bowl tickets to the Tampa Super Bowl and took Fondo with him. When does this type of behavior stop. Lamberti was just found guilty of an elections violation and paid a $500.00 fine.I will file a ethics complaint.

Eduardo Especial
Eduardo Especial

That's what I want to know -- why is BSO providing security at a stadium located south of the county line? Shouldn't MDPD or even the Miami Gardens PD be in charge of security? And even if it is a moonlighting thing, in the same way you can hire off-duty cops to provide security, isn't there a limit on how far afield an off-duty sheriff, deputy, or cop can go? What's to prevent Sheriff Al from offering to provide security at the Florida-Georgia game in J-ville?

Model Citizen
Model Citizen

One of the teams probably stayed in a Broward County hotel and needed to be escorted to and from the game. Had a Dade County LE agency escorted the team to the Broward hotel, then THEY would be out of their "jurisdiction" at times. I guess they could conduct a "hand-off" at the county line but is that really necessary?

Christy
Christy

Sheriff lamberti is officially part of the corruption problem. Lamberti runs bso like it is his own company and gets jr. Into a superbowl for free. Lamberti if you had that ability why not get some teenager who has only 6 months to live access because going to a superbowl is his last wish. Lamberti, where's bags Benjamin, wheeler and all the rothstein stolen money paid out to your officers. Getting your son into the superbowl for free is not what we the people expect you to do. Your now officially part of broward corruption . You had an opportunity to be a role model and you only proved your part of the problem

Christy BSO0000You work for us and you owe broward the price of junior's superbowl ticket . make it payable to the make a wish foundation or resign.

jad
jad

There was a revolution to rid the States of those who felt more rights had been bestowed on their persons (through blood or marriage) or those who pranced around (as the nobility or aristocracy) enjoying a higher social status than others. At a former time in the history of the law of this land, this sense of entitlement in the hierarchy had lead Americans to throw off the chains of tyranny that had enslaved them (that had enveloped them through peculiar rites and authoritarian rule). When the people removed themselves from the clutches of debtors’ prisons & woke up from their slumbers (after being silenced from the stifling burden when carrying a yoke of indebtedness), they made a sound decision that the rights of the people would no longer be overruled by any self-possessed braggart boasting of a higher ranking or a so-called superior position in society.

There would no longer be a Bill of Attainder or Bills of Pains and Penalties, and there would be no ex-post facto laws that could be used to incarcerate the citizenry (after the citizenry rose up to rid themselves of the blight of those self-serving, narcissistic, self-righteous, aristocratic autocrats and sycophantic & simpering friends & family members of such mentally deranged self-important potentates). There would be no royalty in America. America was a different state altogether, in that the laws would be suited to governance “of, by, and for the people.” No one would be arbitrarily singled out for treatment as a pauper or criminal, and no one would be singled out to lord over any member or group of citizens. There would be no dictatorship, and there would be no princely rule.

So, how did we convert back into a nation where it is OK for the chief law enforcement officer of the locale to play around with the rules in order for any member of his family (like his son) to benefit (contrary to the rules)? The question is not “should the sheriff be permitted to have his son in attendance with him while he works?” There have been special occasions where it has been found to be proper to bring your child to work (on a bring-your-child-to-work-day). And, there are circumstances where an employer will permit a child to come to work when the employee can not find an adequate sitting service, or some form of emergency requires a child to accompany the parent. This was not the case with Sheriff Al Lamberti and his teenage son, where his teenage son was given an opportunity that would be denied to all other young males the same age. Thus, the question is one that is in regards to whether the sheriff is entitled to violate the rules, in order that his son benefit in a deal that is not offered to any other person in society.

Could any person be given a special status, the same as given the 16-year old son of the sheriff, when the sheriff brought his son along with him to the Super Bowl, with an all expenses paid plan? Even if (it was not a shakedown and) an offer had been made (with no expectations), should a person in a public position of trust, be able to accept the offer and/or cavalierly pass the offer along to a relative? Since the sheriff is a public officer, which is an elected constitutional position (per art. VIII, sec. 1(d), Fla.Const.), his action must be guided by his (art. II, sec. 5(b), Fla.Const.) oath of office, and watched over for any ethics violations (per art. II, sec. 8, Fla.Const.). (Not considering what the IRS charges for the acceptance of such a prized gift, that is most definitely a private gain) if there were truly an ethical Florida Commission on Ethics, it would seem that such a commission would have to find Al Lamberti would have breached the public trust, (not only for the acceptance of benefits for himself, but) for that particular gain for his son. The sense of entitlement that has driven a public servant of Broward County to believe that the acceptance of gifts (not offered to the public in general) is just the way of doing business is an absurdity, when Al Lamberti does have full knowledge that the former-Sheriff Ken Jenne was removed from office for just such a breach of public trust when receiving a private gain (in the Procacci brothers small investment in Ken Jenne’s vacation home).

Broward County must learn by previous mistakes. During the reign of the Fort Lauderdale Chief of Police Ron Cochran, while he was a Broward Sheriff, a deputy sheriff was assassinated by a person or persons, in which the trial brought out the fact that the deputies had been shaking down the establishment for protection money (or like-kind services). In exchange for promising protection to the clerk (with a quick response) if a 9-1-1 call was made for assistance, these deputies had been receiving the federally recognized Monica Lewinsky government perks. Could these benefits have been transferred to other persons or family members? If a decision was made to partake of a benefit that was not included in the package for government employment, but had been added because of a sense of entitlement, how does such a benefit be given a value on a person’s tax return (that IRS agents would find agreeable)? If a crime occurred because of the partaking of the benefit, who would be responsible for payment of restitution or other costs? And, in this particular case, where an innocent (17-year) young man went to prison for the crime (under the watch of Michael Satz), does the taxpayer take care of remuneration for the years of life lost sitting in the big house and any prosecutorial misconduct that had been involved in the pursuit. These should all be concerns to the taxpayers when the sense of entitlement overwhelms our constitutional officers (public servants & contract agents) who seem to believe that the law is there for their protection, while the law can be used to silence or punish the members of the general-pubic-at-large if the entitlement is questioned.

One of the stories out tonight concerns the son of a chief of police in Sanford, Florida. In that case, the chief of police who was weeks from retirement has been removed from office, while an investigation proceeds into whether the son of the Police Chief was treated differently than others and given leeway where others would be denied. It seems that the young 21-year old man had beaten up a homeless man, but had been excused (and not arrested or cited) because the first responders and other police officers felt they owed their allegiance to the chief, not the law.

I suppose that Sanford, Florida is a little bit different than Fort Lauderdale and other municipalities in Broward County because it appears that the State Attorney in other Florida jurisdictions really does investigate the taking of benefits and perks (not a part of the job) and actions, a sense of entitlement carries, that forces internal review of the event. Early-on in this blog, a person took on the moniker of Son of Santucci to reveal how the son of an officer with the Broward Sheriff’s Department (in Pompano Beach) was not charged for drug possession and related crimes to the incident (like prostitution, disorderly conduct, etc). The story was downplayed by several bloggers, because the officer’s son had a clear addiction problem (where it was felt he needed help). So, the discussion about the cover-up of the crime (even though small, a cover-up nonetheless) by law enforcement went on the back burner (letting officers believe that they could carry on in the same fashion of protecting their own, while crime busting any other person not connected by blood or without any money to buy justice in this locale). Afterwards, there were several other stories bandied about. About the time that an officer smashed into a vehicle, around Dixie Highway and 56th, by Northeast High School, killing the beautiful young teenage student (with many years of life in her), it was reported that another officer with BSO had problems with his son. The story related on this blog was that there were several officers involved in falsifying police reports and manipulating evidence so that no crime could be associated with the son of one of Al Lamberti’s officers (involved with a problem of responsibility of ‘payment by the insurance carrier’ of the SUV stuck on the railroad tracks in Dania).

The residents & citizens have known for some time now that police officers and deputy sheriffs can commit crimes and disobey the rules; yet get away with no punishment. The same is true for blood relations & other family members, in the munificent care taken by law enforcement officers. The troubling part to that is that there are more officers & deputies that do not commit crimes or violate the rules (for their own benefit or the benefit of those family members & close associates), but these guileless law enforcement officers (protecting John Q Public & family) have been lumped into the category of bad cop through guilt by association.

The stories about Fort Lauderdale Police Chief Franklin Adderley and his cronies on the force have besmirched any of the good reputation that had been remaining for Fort Lauderdale Police Officers. In Broward County, the State Attorney will madly prosecute almost any person (so long as poor or thought of as no significance) if there is a gun involved. But, that would not be the case with the wife of the Police Chief. Franklin Adderley’s family member received a major benefit, and she avoided all of the penalties of the 10-20-life law for the use of a firearm when shooting at her husband. In addition, even though the IRS is probably examining the freebies given to the Police Chief by the convicted racketeer Scott Rothstein, the State let Franklin Adderley do a little song and dance about his flight out of State on a private jet (with the enterprising racketeer), so that he could attend a sporting event (like Al Lamberti’s attendance at Super Bowl).

In the stories involving the overlord, Scott Rothstein, it was revealed that there were 40 City of Fort Lauderdale Police Officers on his payroll and the top 2 henchmen of Al Lamberti’s force to watch over the money-making enterprise that was Scott Rothstein. None of this was reported because Lamberti & Adderley seem to think that if the off-duty detail is not recognized, they would escape any acknowledgement of involvement in the criminal activity. They just kept everything off the books. Instead, 2 officers controlled the doling out of money for payment, while taking a cut. This kept the amounts unrealizable, and the off-duty job descriptions unknown. The criminality of Scott Rothstein was able to take root because so many in local law enforcement (& made State agents) could protect whatever it was that the major ego of Rothstein demanded.

So, as the article reveals, Lamberti oversaw security, for his off-duty employment at the Super Bowl. Lamberti deployed those he chose for the detail, and gave his kid an all-access credential. Maybe Al Lamberti’s kid will join the group as he gets older. He is being well-prepared right now. He is learning that he has to have a sense of entitlement, where he is given what no one else can have. He is learning that he can abuse his authority without the fear of punishment, because he can see that his father abuses his authority with impunity. Maybe Lamberti’s kid is being groomed to take over the void left by Rothstein. Someone has to control law enforcement to keep the enterprise popping. A couple more Super Bowl tickets could do it. I think that it has become clear as to how crime continues in Broward County. The article about Lamberti’s kid is just one fine example of the acceptance of graft.

Sheriff Lamdirti
Sheriff Lamdirti

Jad;that was the most intelligent piece I have ever read on this blog. But go to hell anyways.sheriff Lamdirti.

Sum
Sum

There is a day set aside for this kind of thing annually. It's called "Take Your Kid To Work" Day. And it's when not too much is happening. Deciding to take your kid to work, during the superbowl, giving him credentials like maybe he could present himself as an office. Isn't this when the real hoodlums steal your car?

Azaylea
Azaylea

Oh those embarrassing pictures of people rubbing shoulders with the ponzi crook. You never saw the really smart folks hanging on Rothstein, trying to snap a photo with him. Bet you never saw Bob Norman cozying up to SR, not one photo. Why is that? Are some of us smarter than our elected officials?

Do not use Reply
Do not use Reply

One of the reasons Disqus blows so much is the stupid REPLY function. When you hit reply your comment and all relies to you are hidden until someone opens the tab. Also there can only be two levels of reply, which ends interesting threads. I recommend you avoid using the reply function and us the old "@ so and so 8:56pm" method. That will make the comments easier to read/follow. This multiple threads within threads is bullshit.

CriminalswithaBadge
CriminalswithaBadge

Dear Misters Pulps

I truly bees offended at's the abuses of Shiriffs Lambfartii he has truly abussed his oath to office of non corrupt law enforcements. I tooks its upon my self and went undercover to find out the tru cost of the little lambdirtii tickets value and dis isses what I's founded, it costes $16.73 to prints the tickets at unions scalee so that falls under the threshold of havin to reports it. I too wasses under the macroscopes at one points in my kareer for attendin a ball game soe i paid the $68.43 for the flight ands ticket to the game and that got me out of a jamb (it bee under the threshold). I still thee CHEEF, that mans he be wif in thee picturee do look like iove seen befour but just kant plase da face.

RaspectfillyCheef Franklin AdderleyFLPD Cheef and certified accident investigator

Red Sonja
Red Sonja

Actually I hope the kid enjoyed the game. Nice that his dad can do those kind of things for him as a dad should when they can.

The Strand
The Strand

OB about to kick off, take the Hokies with 3.5!

Looks like a small turn out, the old Miami OB had better attendance.

@Virgil, for me the Denver v. Atlanta (1999) was the last SB at Pro Player Stadium for me. I was on the opposite side of the globe in 2007....

Czar Nicholas
Czar Nicholas

I completely agree with Pulp calling Lamberti out on taking his son to the game. It was a serious error of judgment to create the appearance of impropriety. We're supposed to have ethics laws here. What was Lamberti thinking about? You don't just give shit to your family because you're supposed to represent the county. If you're willing to do the small stuff, how will you react when being seduced with the big stuff? Why, you might even put your arm around the biggest crook in town (did Lamberti ever notice this crook had to have bodyguards around him, so maybe the sheriff was being used, too?) The next thing you know, your under sheriff will be carrying bags of money on a private jet on its way out of the country. Honestly, it's appalling that any of these Rothstein associates in LE positions still have JOBS. That any of the Rothstein law partners and associates still have law licenses. That the "whale" was able to hookwink the Feds while relocating his wife and treasures to Israel on his private jet (did Benjamin assist in that heist, as well?) If I ruled Broward County, I would give his thieves 24-hours get out of town. Or else.

AnyOneOfUs
AnyOneOfUs

ATT: Pulp (Bob Norman):

So the Sheriff allowed a few friends to attend the game, what is the big deal? Everyone from local all the way up to the Federal level do the same thing, and am sure you would probably do the same if you were in the same position.

BTW: What have you done with your life lately?

Just focus on crime and not on this petty crap!!!!!!!

LOL and Happy New Year!

Steve-O
Steve-O

@All That Glitters, Gatorfl, Best Damn looking Politico

This isn't a case of "a kid going with his Dad" to the Big Game. The Superbowl is the most sought-after ticket in all of sports. Why the fuck is the BROWARD COUNTY Sherriff allowed such a perk in the first place? Not to mention, he is credentialed in an event which has the most stringent standards in security. This only adds to the impression that our public officials are todays' aristocracy. How much do you want to bet that they choppered into the Big Game too? No parking in Orange or Blue Lots for them

Mikesartin
Mikesartin

I am not Bum Farto. Discus is making me out to be Bum. I am Michael Owen Sartin and Bob Norman needs to get 10K from Columbia

Mikesartin
Mikesartin

OK, folks I have news. Real honest-to-gosh previously unreported news. So important is this story that I am reporting it to you under the name on my passport and my driver's license. According to an email I recently recieved (and this information has not been confirmed but is believed to be reliable) a source (whom I could name, but will not as I await confirmation) close to the NewTimes organization states that Bob (What do you want in your orange juice? Lotsa Pulp) Norman has been nominated by his peers for a Pulitzer Prize in Ingestigative Journalism. It had been rumored that he had been nominated for the award last year. This is a developing story and I will update it as needed. Damn, I feel just like Jimmy!!!

Guest
Guest

If this is true, then CONGRATS to Bob Norman! Very well deserved!I hope he rubs it in all the corrupt Bastard's faces

BumFarto
BumFarto

It is (999.000%) true, I just look like an idiot because of discus. NewTimes associate editor D. Funcheon sent me an email and it looks legit. I will F/U tomorrow.

Mikesartin
Mikesartin

OK, folks I have news. Real honest-to-gosh previously unreported news. So important is this story that I am reporting it to you under the name on my passport and my driver's license. According to an email I recently recieved (and this information has not been confirmed but is believed to be reliable) a source (whom I could name, but will not as I await confirmation) close to the NewTimes organization states that Bob (What do you want in your orange juice? Lotsa Pulp) Norman has been nominated by his peers for a Pulitzer Prize in Ingestigative Journalism. It had been rumored that he had been nominated for the award last year. This is a developing story and I will update it as needed. Damn, I feel just like Jimmy!!!

eponymous
eponymous

Can you believe that I flunked out of J-school because of my spelling?

Judge Roy Bean
Judge Roy Bean

I think Lamberti has his problems. Taking his kid to the Super Bowl and writing about it is a little much. I normally agree with what you do Bob. Not this time.

Guest
Guest

I agree with you on this one Judge Roy. As I wrote in reply to Bob earlier, there's so much corruption in our town I would be willing to cut some slack here. Sometimes we have to choose our battles and to this I say What's the harm? A teenage kid(The sheriff's son) had the opportunity to go to the big game.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Chang Bunker always got to accompany Eng to the football games when he worked security details.

IrvingFeiner
IrvingFeiner

Why is Rothstein's pic with the sheriff blurred, Pulp, is that a witness protection program requirement in case Scottie decides to go to the superbowl next month?

Dont feel bad--I said AFC Central Div a couple weeks ago and the kids laughed at me. But they laugh at me anyway. Whats it been since 2002 AFC North, South?

Pulp
Pulp

Interesting choice Irv on lil wayne.

Robertwalsh
Robertwalsh

What an abuse of power or postion. I am not really impressed w/ his record anyways. Enjoy the game ,along w/ evidently your son and subordinates that work for you. How about concentrating on your jails.

Ynot be Anonymous
Ynot be Anonymous

Bob, there is a difference between a perk and out-and-out graft of the kind you detailed with regard to Stacy Ritter's campaign expense reports. The relationship between the BSO brass (Wheeler, Benjamin) and Scott Rothstein is another matter.

What happened to the investigation by the Feds?

Dustin Mifartz
Dustin Mifartz

It pretty much ended when Scotty started singing.Villegas probably would have skated if she kept her trap shut.Two confessions, case closed.

We could use an update on Kimemememe however.Is the meatball still hittin it?Still buying 10k Prada purses or selling the old ones on Ebay?Does the mobile eyelash extension truck still show up at the house?Who is paying the rent?

These are things that inquiring minds want to know.

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