Thursday, March 22, 2007

Clifford's Campaign Sinks Further Into the Abyss

What the Hell is Ms. Clifford trying to do, exactly?

According to the report filed in the matter, deputies were called to the Justice Center parking lot at around 8:45 a.m. on March 9, responding to a call from a Justice Center employee who saw the men snapping photos of the building.

When deputies arrived, the report stated, Moree repeatedly asked what the problem was and said it was legal to take pictures of a public building.

A sheriff’s supervisor who was called to the scene said the men were not breaking any laws, but asked if they were working for an architectural firm or some other like publication.

Either Moree or Fuld then allegedly identified themselves as a team working for the Wisconsin State Journal in Madison, according to the report. Moree identified himself with a driver’s license. The men were driving a rental vehicle that had been picked up in Madison, according to the report.

They were the allowed to take their pictures and leave, the report stated.

As a follow-up, sheriff’s investigators determined the car had been rented by Fuld and MSHC Partners, the report stated, at the Madison airport. MSCH was then identified as a political consulting firm. A call was also placed to the State Journal, and the editor there said the men were neither employees of the paper nor on a freelance assignment.

The Sheriff's office was on solid ground when questioning these two dirtballs, as public buildings are, ah, interesting to terrorists.

So why did they lie? And why didn't Ms. Clifford respond to phone calls on the matter?

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