Friday, April 27, 2007

BlackBerry emails about marital infidelity implicated in NJ Governor’s car crash


BlackBerry emails about marital infidelity implicated in NJ Governor’s car crash by ZDNet's Russell Shaw -- According to reports in the Philadelphia Inquirer and Newark Star-Ledger New Jersey State Police are investigating an allegation that the trooper who was driving Gov. Jon Corzine's SUV two weeks ago when it crashed going 91 m.p.h. may have been distracted by e-mails sent to his mobile phone or BlackBerry. It gets juicier. The [...]

4 Comments:

At 10:42 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

As Glen Beck would say.. just another isolated incident.. The mafiaso Governor of PA Eddie R. believes he is above the law, also. Understand he uses State POLice to fly him up and down the PA turnpike. Sometimes you win. Sometimes you loose..

PA is building a casino on the site of the Bethlehem Steel plant thats been closed and torn down. Of course a casino is more important than a unionized steel manufacturing plant. Maybe unionize them casino workers.. at around 50 bucks an hour, or bring in some Mexicans.

 
At 11:20 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Obviously someone is at fault here. Accidents don't just happen. Police dog bite, maybe? Faulty workmanship in the manufacture of the police car? Doctor hospital malpractice? Defective BlueBerry..? Just call.. 1-800-for-tPpl. Ask for Juan.

 
At 8:24 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Just more spin to point away from the NJ Gov. Corzine had to have known how fast they were going. Like I have said before, Corzine told the cop to step on it. If your the cop, what are you going to do? "Sir, that would be illegal." I don't think.
Corzine is scum.

Jim in PA

 
At 11:34 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

HA! Check this! On the way home from the hospital, the dope was clocked at 70 in a 55 zone! This moron should be in jail.

http://www.nytimes.com/2007/04/30/nyregion/30cnd-corzine.html?ex=1178596800&en=823e9355881c338b&ei=5099&partner=TOPIXNEWS

Jim in PA

 

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