19 March 2005
The Guv goes down
Former Connecticut Governor John G. Rowland was fined $82,000 and sentenced to 366 days in the pen at Fort Devens, Massachusetts. He had entered a guilty plea to a corruption charge in December.
I spent about 550 days at Fort Devens myself, but this was before it became "an administrative facility housing male prisoners ... requiring specialized or long-term medical or mental health care."
Posted at 10:42 AM to Dyssynergy
Rowland get to April first to report.
I tried to get the Feds to investigate Rowland and other corruption.
I wrote in newspapers and was a general pain.
A police informant threatened and terrorized me.
He finally caught me out in my yard, and Connecticut State Police were there to arrest me for using pepper spray.
I was wrapped in chains and sent to prison with no previous record, losing $500,000 in real estate.
I'd like to see Rowland hang.
Try putting my name in a yahoo search engine,
"Steven G. Erickson"
Is this like Peter Schickele's famed "Irrelevancy Alert"?