October 19, 2012 11:16 am
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Mr. Michael Mee
Broward Inspector General’s Office
Hey Mr. Mee;
Long time, no email. Hope all is well your end.
In today’s Sun-Sentinel (more good stuff from Brittany), I read the following bit about your boss, Mr. John Scott:
Agencies with criminal prosecution powers are “considering bringing criminal charges against several persons” as a result of investigations by the inspector general’s office. Those cases, he said, will reveal “millions of dollars in questionable governmental costs and expenditures.”
Two words about this:
- Oh goodie.
- Jonathan Allen.
- He’s busted.
- Booyah beatch!
- Go directly to jail. Do not pass Go! Do not collect $200.
Well, the last one seems to be more than two words, but you get the idea.
Suggestion: Keep an eye out for a letter (like the one we got) from Allen’s daddy. Seems that when push comes to shove, Junior hides behind pop’s grass skirt. What a twat.
Let me know when Allen gets his perp walk — as I’m itching to try out my new really really loud bullhorn.
Keep giving him hell and should the opportunity present itself, punt that cretin right in the nuts for all of us.
I stand ready to assist.
Chaz Stevens, Genius
PS Also, keep your other eye looking north to Deerfield Beach, as I expect, in the upcoming days, the US Department of Justice will smack the living snot out of another corrupt dirtbag (someone get Pastor Anthony Davis on the blower).
And it will be glorious.
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