Sunday, October 2, 2016

The Most Dangerous Prosecutor In New York State | Huffington Post

   Good to see our local gal making the national news.

The Most Dangerous Prosecutor In New York State | Huffington Post

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

A national embarrassment in our midst ,Shameful !!

Anonymous said...

This is even more of a story than when you and city council made the national news for the roomers law.

It's always interesting to see what NYT's and huffing think.

Anonymous said...

Hey, how's that poor little kitty doing with bum paw?

Anonymous said...

Was listening to the police scanner Friday night and heard a call about creepy clowns down at jb wise. Not sure what became of it.

Anonymous said...

I would never read a story from that rag. But from the title I have to wonder about that prosecutor who charged four cops with murder and none of them were guilty and all of them were fond not guilty. Is that why they limited the title to NYS?

Or how 'bout the guy who prosecuted the Dukie gaystick team. Non of those players were guilty and the accuser ended up going to prison for murder. That's another reason to limit the "most dangerous" title to NYS.

But the truth is that we have a much more dangerous prosecutor right in in Jeff co. She once pleaded a baby murderer down to one year in jail after she killed her baby in the hotel across the street from the SOB. And another mother killed all her kids in a fiery crash, she got off with a slap on the wrist too.

But I guess our old DA can't take the title because she is a non prosecutors, rather than prosecutors..

Anonymous said...

What is very sad is that once the DA has decided that a person is guilty, the only investigation that goes on is to gather evidence to convict who is accused. TV shows a "search for truth"in all the shows about crime. We get the idea that is how our system operates. It doesn't.
The St.Lawrence DA and politics are no different. Other "evidence" that was present during this "investigation" was ignored that might have led to the truth.
Did anyone ever think that other "kids" might have done this? That someone or group of people might be trying to "cover" for who IS guilty? We will never know. The crime scene has been erased. And whoever did it now breathes a sigh of relief because DA Rain and the police will NOT continue to seek the truth.

Anonymous said...

Getting confused - is This about DA Rain or some other clown?

Danny M. Francis (Eyepublius) said...

Stunning story and very enlightening to say the least ... what the hell are the voters in St. Lawrence thinking? This should be the final nail in her coffin as it were ... to be disbarred in NYS forever, maybe even charged herself and locked up ... not my call, but seems logical.

Really a troubled woman and dare I say: "A piss-poor attorney."

Anonymous said...

I am no fan of Rain but this author is a joke. I take offense that he finds just bringing the charges was wrong. SOmetimes we know a person did it and the case will never get better. Bring it on and hope for the best. Of course Rain then ruined what little they had.

Anonymous said...

420.. What wasnt revealed was the fact that DA Duve had the case and went over the evidence which was none and was smart enough to put a halt on the thing until more might show up.. Her radical nature during the campaign for office wasnt working so she made it an issue and people bought it.. You know, the Republican die hards that vote party lines...
Its them to fault and the Lawyer associations of this State..
Patty Ritchie and Addie Russell should immediately attempt to bring legislation to bring a responsible law to this state so as a responsible ay to RECALL our elected officals.

Anonymous said...

I'm certain that a District Attorney leads a very solitary lifestyle. Would you all want a "sweet, loving, shy" District Attorney? Not so much! It takes a certain precise personality to hold that position. They don't take on that position to make friends that's for sure. They merely have a job to do. Think about it before being so quick to judge.