Sunday, June 30, 2013

Yes Virginia, Feds Fuck Up, Too

  • Rogue FBI supervisor John Morris has testified that he gave his underling information that got a cooperating witness killed.

    He slept with his secretary and let accused Boston mobster James "Whitey" Bulger buy her a plane ticket. When his wife tossed him out, Morris lived in another informant's apartment.

    He took envelopes stuffed with cash along with so many expensive deliveries of wine that Bulger's Winter Hill gang nicknamed him "Vino."

    But, other than that, John Morris told the court in Bulger's trial, his "record was spotless."
"other than that...." Now that is comedy gold.

Every cop knows that the feebs will let 100 dope dealers or gun runners go, just to get one cop. We aren't defending crooked cops (though we'll be accused of that in half-a-dozen comments shortly) but America's supposedly top law enforcement agency has it's share of fuck-ups. They're just better at covering it up because there's no one to investigate them.

So when they're caught assisting mobsters and abetting numerous homicides so that Whitey Bulger could cement his hold over the Boston mafia, it's a big deal.

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    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Don`t forget the 2 carat diamond ring!

    6/30/2013 12:33:00 AM  
    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Whitey was no angel, but he did pal around with a lot of devils. that said, with everyone testifying against Whitey, could it be that he is being set up as the fall guy for things others were more involved in? Morris, FBI supervisor that he formerly was, admitted that he "couldn't take it anymore" and became the first to strike a deal with his own employer to testify against his friend, colleague in crime, and underling convicted felon and former FBI agent John Connolly.

    And of course, where is the politician in this? Why Whitey's brother, former president of the Massachusetts state senate, William Bulger was the lead in that role. William led the state senate for 18 years before "retiring" (with a pension i am sure) and getting a nice revolving door job as president of some state university. he had to quit that when he decided that he owed more allegiance to his fugitive brother than all the taxpayers and citizens he swore to serve in his oaths as a politician.

    And how come no one has asked if Morris, after being granted immunity for being the first to confess his crimes, still gets his FBI supervisor pension.

    6/30/2013 01:43:00 AM  
    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Whitey's brother William Bulger was a DEMOCRAT who ran the Massachusetts state senate for 18 years and then was president of U Mass until asked to retire for refusing to condemn his brother.

    6/30/2013 01:51:00 AM  
    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    "but America's supposedly top law enforcement agency has it's share of fuck-ups..."

    I can name one Cro-Magnon-headed one real quick!

    6/30/2013 03:22:00 AM  
    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Is j-fled going to put the arm on USBOP to house this feeb turd 1100+ miles away from HIS family and in gen-pop when he hits the shit-house?

    6/30/2013 03:31:00 AM  
    Blogger Mr. SouthSide said...

    Again, I can't stop smiling.

    6/30/2013 06:56:00 AM  
    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Their retarded leader who didn't know anything about investigations, was quickly replaced when he seemed drunk on TV. Thee Feebs should be admired for their great investigations on Benghazi and screwing over Tea Party investigations with the IRS.

    6/30/2013 07:06:00 AM  
    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    The FBI has a long history of being fake. For decades it was run by a Queen hiding in the Closet! Yet because of Hollywood they have created an "Image" of being the toughest Crime Fighters in the history of the world, and in reality they are just Hillbillys with better computers and unlimited financial resources. There have been other scandals involving DEA, FBI, INS; but the Media is afraid to bring them to light. Look at the current IRS scandal. No, the Media would rather "Expose" some moron cop taking a couple of bucks from a tow truck company. It is all fantasy, and I hope I am around to see when it confronts reality.

    6/30/2013 07:09:00 AM  
    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Yeah but at least they were able to lock up Sgt.Jabba da Hut from 012 for being a petty thief and a liar.

    6/30/2013 07:13:00 AM  
    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    FBI claims the lie detector test works so well. That's a crock and they know it. Its a stupid machine that just measures nervousness. Ya think being strapped in to a chair wouldn't make anyone nervous??

    6/30/2013 07:17:00 AM  
    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    The "Chicago" field office of the FBI,enough said.

    6/30/2013 07:26:00 AM  
    Blogger john said...

    If you read a couple of books about this, some things come out.
    1. John Connolly is a total corrupt goof that leads the other fbi goofs down this road.
    2. Connolly got his spot in Boston through political nonsense ( sound familiar). He was from Boston and an fbi agent. He wanted to go back to Boston but could not get back ( new on the job). So some congressman made a few phone calls and got Connolly back to Boston. The congressman was a guy named McCormick ( former speaker of the house).
    3. Connolly is in prison in florida for being an accessory to a Bulger induced murder.
    4. Whitey was up to his ass with politicians.

    A couple of good books about this out there.

    old retired guy

    6/30/2013 08:04:00 AM  
    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Picky, picky picky. It was just a few murders, bribes, and lil stuff like that. Nothing relly important like taking money for towing cars. Get real.

    6/30/2013 09:25:00 AM  
    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Not much has changed with the FBI.

    FBI Director, Mueller was before Congress recently and asked about the IRS 501(c) harrasments that may have had a cummlative effect on influencing a Presidental Election in consert with Ballot stuffing and other Democrat electoral fuckery.

    Mueller was asked if the FBI has yet interviewed anyone at the IRS on the 501(c) abuses. Answer, No. He was also asked who was heading the investigation. Mueller's answer, He doesn't know.

    I seem to recall reading that, decades ago, Mueller was in some way involved with the assasination of a high level South American politician. Sound familiar to anybody?

    Any way like the CPD, there are a lot of good FBI people but the agency has serious problems that that a few are responsible for and its a serious danger to our Constitutional Republic.

    6/30/2013 10:04:00 AM  
    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    To think that at one time, Bulger was the No. 2 man on the FBI's most wanted list, then moved up to No. 1 after OBL was removed from the list.

    But in this nation of WASPs, the trial of a crooked irish gangster who oversaw a poor irish neighborhood while he paid off corrupt irish FBI agents hardly merits a mention in the mainstream media.

    This will all change if somehow a crooked irish catholic priest gets mentioned during the trial.

    6/30/2013 10:24:00 AM  
    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    For future reference, Americas top LE Agency is the US Marshals Service. FBI isn't even close but "other than that" they are ok.

    6/30/2013 11:02:00 AM  
    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    "Yes Virginia, Feds Fuck Up Too"

    "...America's supposedly top law enforcement agency has it's share of fuck-ups. They're just better at covering it up because there's NOBODY to investigate THEM."

    One melon-head Fed by the name of Jody P. Weis should have been put in the Federal shit-house for the remainder of his natural life for criminal negligence in the Joe Airhart debacle.

    Some motherfuckers just have the luck of the very Devil himself...

    You KNOW the dirty prick and the rest of the feebs WAITED and played games with CPD in hope that Joe would die or be unable to lay Weis and his crew out for being cowards.

    Heh... Coppers go eye to eye with all manner of Devils on a daily basis...

    Coppers realize they're the last line of defense and really don't have the luxury of running, let alone making 20 to 30 year careers picking, choosing and playing both ends against the middle on putting a mad, murdering dog in the shit-house where he should have been half a lifetime ago.

    6/30/2013 11:25:00 AM  
    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Do as I say, not as I do . . .

    6/30/2013 11:35:00 AM  
    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    politics corrupts and absolute politics corrupts absolutely.

    6/30/2013 12:52:00 PM  
    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Actually, the Department of Defense acts as IAD for the FBI.

    You'd be very surprised at the amount of shenanigans the FBI get themselves involved in off-duty...the same as CPD. Woman, booze and company cars driving through the living rooms of ex-lovers.

    They definitely do a better job of keeping a tight lid on things, but they also send out a monthly, world wide listing of their fuckups as a "don't do this" guide.

    It's also very CPD-ish to think they'd rather let 100 dope dealers go to catch a cop. There are only a handful of agents to do that and they also have to go after the politicians. Their violent crimes and Gangs squads routinely look the other way on a lot of stupid CPD shit unless it is downright criminal. Catching a dirty cop for them actually pisses them off because it might throw off a year or two worth of UC work.

    If they were hellbent on catching coppers do wrong, they would. No shortage of dummies on this Department, from my experience.

    6/30/2013 02:15:00 PM  
    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    "Is j-fled going to put the arm on USBOP to house this feeb turd 1100+ miles away from HIS family and in gen-pop when he hits the shit-house?"

    6/30/2013 03:31:00 AM

    Absolutely not!

    That's a punishment reserved only for Chicago Policement...

    The feebs don't even exile the TRUE menaces to society ("they have rights, you coppers don't") but will needlessly fuck a copper's head and life up to try and "scare" the rest into meek submission.

    The law of the land says that would be cruel and unusual punishment but the feebs do everything to hurt a copper.

    Since they're feebs and held to much higher standards that a poor peon cop who gets jail time for slapping a mutt, why not march these unfailing paragons of L.E. virtue to the gallows to set the example and prove the point?

    6/30/2013 06:16:00 PM  
    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    I've been hearing this bit about the FBI loving to hang coppers for my entire 26 year CPD career. Yea, they investigate coppers, and doctors, and teachers and lawyers and judges and spies and drug dealers and bank robbers and kidnappers and sex criminals and a ton of other shit. And yes they take their time on investigations and yes they even fuck up themselves. Take a look at any LE agency and you will find fuckups. They win some cases and they lose some.

    Can anyone name a copper that was railroaded by the FBI? Maybe identify one guy that was completely innocent and got a case put on them by the FBI? Shamah and Doroniak? No. The guys who got wrapped up in Greylord? No. Medzianowski (sp)? No. Capt. Nash? No. Hanhardt? no. All jagoffs who were committing crimes and got caught.

    Leave Cozzi out, that was the US Attorneys office after Weis who was (like it or not) CPD at the time.

    Give me a name or a scandal where I'm wrong and I will be happy to admit it.

    Fire away.

    6/30/2013 09:31:00 PM  
    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    "...America's supposedly top law enforcement agency..."

    They've got an *incredible* public relations mechanism, furthered by our "don't-bother-to-ask-too-many-questions" media nitwits.

    They're good, and they certainly have a seemingly bottomless cup o' money, but that's where it ends.


    6/30/2013 11:06:00 PM  
    Blogger poppa india said...

    If you're interested in the Whitey Bulgar case, read "Most Wanted", by Thomas J. Foley, a former head of the Massachusetts State Police. He spent most of his career pursuing Bulgar and Really does not like the FBI.

    6/30/2013 11:13:00 PM  
    Blogger poppa india said...

    Read "Most Wanted" by Thomas J. Foley, former head of the Massachusetts State Police. He spent his career chasing Bulgar and really, really does not like the FBI.

    6/30/2013 11:15:00 PM  
    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    If they were hellbent on catching coppers do wrong, they would. No shortage of dummies on this Department, from my experience.

    6/30/2013 02:15:00 PM

    Hold on. Who drove their company car through an ex-girlfriend's house?

    6/30/2013 11:23:00 PM  
    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    What are ya, defending crooked cops?

    7/01/2013 08:19:00 AM  
    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    "...Fire away."

    6/30/2013 09:31:00 PM

    Their formidable reputation. Inexhaustible bankroll. Impunity from sanction when they fuck up. (which is not only quite regularly regardless of the amount of smoke they blow, but also very wrong.)

    Their ability to drop the curtains at will to shield themselves from proper oversight and rightfully hostile and adversarial scrutiny.

    Their ability to run the game clock in perpetuity on criminal investigations while everyone else under the wide umbrella of Law Enforcement has to hurry up and get their shot off.

    The FBI hasn't really laid all that MUCH on the L.E. altar in the scheme of things.

    The performance of the Chicago office is especially lackluster...

    Too many big, grinning, stinking, fat, full of shit and totally unfit for sport or consumption political, corporate and media catfish were/are allowed to grow and fatten to the point of being too fucking obvious to miss even in the muddy, shitty, oxygen starved, stagnant and wholly corrupt waters of Chicago...

    What was the excuse when they let Operation Greylord lapse?

    If they hang everybody deserving of being hung, then there would be nobody left TO HANG?

    Build the scaffold big enough in the first place even if every tree north of I-80 has to be sacrificed.

    That was nothing but one pulled punch of many by the FBI.

    The FBI always take down investigations before they're allowed to reach their "logical" conclusion.

    Some bullshit about "not exceeding their scope" or something like that.

    Their expertise seems to lie in hooking up morons, misfits and thieves in CPD uniform.

    We're not complaining, they NEED hooking up but nobody is asking hard questions about a soft and intentionally porous pre-employment screening process designed to keep anti-Police press and sentiment hotted-up.

    It's like they know these people are garbage when they walk through the academy doors only to be harvested when a Police scandal is needed.

    Them and the mid/upper echelon membership of dope trading, gun banging local "youth organizations."

    Old, decaying alive mobsters who should have hit the federal shit-house for the remainder of their lives five and six decades ago.

    And a host of other things these paragons of L.E. virtue managed to look the other way on for MANY YEARS...

    The wide view is that Police misconduct is made out to be more than it really is for the purpose of distraction and is only a small part of the endemic rot that's native to Chicago.

    You could frame it as, "If the Police were so wholly corrupt and out of control, (which they aren't) wouldn't it be a damning indictment of the population from which they're chosen?"

    Coppers don't fall out the sky...

    Those who know the score have always said that Chicago blessed to the point of being spoiled for having the Police Department it does.

    The FBI stock in trade is parading the locals on TV to make it looks like they're "doing something" about "all this Police corruption."

    Public Relations and Spin.
    You see, it's like this...

    Disgraced local L.E. who are being joyously pimp-walked in front of a Federal Magistrate for their misdeeds don't have the benefit of buffers or firewalls.

    Or for that matter, loyal underlings or unfortunate dupes to fall on a sword or be found at a later time sucking on a .380 breath mint.

    Nor do they have hundreds of agile, fast and slick greased weasel municipal and corporate criminal lawyers along with tight control of local media as to what gets play and what stays hidden...

    You've allegedly been a cop for 26 years and you're putting forth with a "scandal" in particular as a false counter to your argument?

    Your "scandal" has been happening all around you and you've been up to your eyeballs (figuratively speaking) in it all along.

    Cease fire...

    7/01/2013 12:19:00 PM  
    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    To: 6/30/2013 09:31:00 PM

    OK, I'll play ball. It has to due with towing scandle in 014. In essence, Wodnicki stated to FBI, I'll tell you everything just don't put me in jail. He then was prosecuted and put in jail. Yes he was greedy, but he gave the rope to the FBI to hang himself. That's railroading.

    7/01/2013 02:46:00 PM  
    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    .... sucking on a .380 breath mint.

    God that was funny. Thanks for the laugh.

    7/01/2013 06:13:00 PM  
    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    The BLAGO wiretap says it all. Afraid of who was coming on the phone, then arrest a sitting governor ( who was a POS) on probable cause. The monitors know who was going to call. And they pretend to be legit.

    7/01/2013 06:16:00 PM  
    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Your "scandal" has been happening all around you and you've been up to your eyeballs (figuratively speaking) in it all along.


    You make some very good points. I agree that there have been multiple instances where the feeds let things lapse, didn't go after people that they should have gone after etc. and I also realize that all of this was happening "around me". That being said, you did not answer my question or provide the name of any railroaded officers. And if you don't want to believe that I was on the job, that's your right. But I was. Don't be a part of the group that says that anyone who disagrees with a certain premise couldn't have been a copper. When I was given a star I did not surrender my ability to think.

    Be safe!

    7/02/2013 12:20:00 AM  
    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    OK, I'll play ball. It has to due with towing scandle in 014. In essence, Wodnicki stated to FBI, I'll tell you everything just don't put me in jail. He then was prosecuted and put in jail. Yes he was greedy, but he gave the rope to the FBI to hang himself. That's railroading.


    I have to admit that I have not followed all of the twists and turns of the towing scandal. But based on what you say, I would ask if Wodnicki was given immunity in exchange for his testimony. If he was and they prosecuted him anyway, a first year law student could get him out. If he was not and he rolled the dice, too bad. And in my world, the definition of being railroaded is an innocent person gets arrested, charged and convicted. Again, based on what you say here it sounds like Wodnicki was far from innocent.

    But on the topic of the towing scandal? Those dumb fucks risking a 50-80K job to take $50.00from some jag off tow driver? Good riddance to bad rubbish.

    7/02/2013 12:29:00 AM  
    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    The Blago wiretap should have changed the face of Chicago politics for ever.

    7/02/2013 01:29:00 AM  
    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Give me a name or a scandal where I'm wrong and I will be happy to admit it.

    Fire away.

    Mandel (Manning)

    7/03/2013 11:52:00 AM  

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