Thursday, February 25, 2016

A little late, but better than never

Rick Perry (remember him?) is vindicated:
The top criminal appeals court in Texas just dismissed the nearly two-year-old felony indictment against former Texas Gov. Rick Perry. The first of two charges against Perry was dismissed last July.
You might not remember why he was indicted, so a little refresher was in order:
Perry was indicted in August of 2014 by a Travis County jury for the twin crimes of threatening to veto a bill and then vetoing a bill. The ordeal began when Travis County district attorney Rosemary Lehmberg was arrested for driving drunk in 2013. Blood tests taken after her arrest showed that Lehmberg had a blood alcohol level of .239. Daschcam and police station videos, which went viral shortly after her arrest, showed Lehmberg lashing out at police and threatening to use her power as district attorney to punish them for arresting her.
Here is a look at the witty and charming Lehmberg:

By the way, Rosemary Lehmberg is still in office.

1 comment:

Bike Bubba said...

Threatening a cop and she's still a prosecutor? So nice that her associates protect her from the consequences of her alcoholism. At least unless you're one of the people who are victimized by people that go free because of this nonsense.