Saturday, September 27, 2014


Ray Nagin got a letter in prison from a conspiracy nut.  Nagin wrote back to him.  The conspiracy theorist then sent Nagin's responses to the press.. because this is how conspiracy nuts get themselves into the news.  The Advocate ran a story about it.. for some reason.

I did enjoy this part, though.
Christenson has tried to intervene in a number of high-profile federal criminal cases, filing third-party motions in which he typically invokes the “Katrina virus” and asserts a massive cover-up. He also has floated conspiracy theories about the 2010 BP oil spill.

In July, he filed a motion to intervene in Nagin’s case, but Berrigan threw it out, saying he lacked standing.

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