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1 posted on 08/27/2007 2:14:43 PM PDT by Shermy
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Here is a salient piece of information from another article:

"Karsnia wrote that when the person occupying the stall beside him left, Craig entered it and blocked the door with his rolling suitcase."

Why is this important? Well it indicates the reason why he was standing outside that stall for 2 minutes. He was simply waiting for one to become unoccupied. Now we don't have all the information on exactly how stalls were there and how many were occupied etc. Doesn't matter. For whatever reason Craig was waiting for a stall to empty and then claimed it.

I also have no idea why the cop adds "blocked the door with his rolling suitcase". Why is this material? If I'm traveling I bring my carryon into a stall. I certainly don't leave it outside. So this piece of information is irrelevant and appears to be included as if to imply something nefarious was going on. The way that statement is worded makes it seems as if the officer is stretching to exaggerate his case.

572 posted on 08/28/2007 7:42:45 PM PDT by plain talk
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Whether he's guilty or not, this would have been a real easy frame up if the Dems wanted to take a Republican Senator out, or vice versa for that matter.

Here's how it would work:

Step 1. Organize a rumor campaign to give him a history of gayness. This is necessary to sell the frame up.

Step 2. Wait until your target is in a city where operatives sympathetic to your agenda will slap the cuffs on him. There is no other witness or evidence needed except the word of the cop which makes this crime unique as the most exploitable crime for a frame up.

Step 3. The senator has no way of proving himself innocent. It's his word against the cop's word with the whisper campaign predicate making it impossible for him to prevail so he pleads guilty to get it over with instead of dragging it out in court where it will be in the news every day for months. Whichever way the senator proceeds, the sting will have served its purpose.

I could easily see a conspiracy of D'rats going to these lengths to destroy a conservative but I'm not ready to believe that this was such an instance.

After Bush's term is up he better be careful not to be alone in a room with a liberal cop or that cop could slap the cuffs on him and say Bush asked him to sell him some cocaine. They had the rumor mills working overtime to create that history for Bush so the media would say "well, it's not like we didn't know he was a cocaine user so this is no surprise".

576 posted on 08/29/2007 4:19:20 AM PDT by Perchant
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"Craig’s office told the Spokane Spokesman-Review that the charge was “completely ridiculous,” saying that the allegations had “no basis in fact.” "

What..he just HAPPENED to know that little homosexual, public toilet mating dance? Bet he learned it in one of the many chatrooms where 'straight' and married men look for gay sex (and then go home to their wives and children, ugh). lol

612 posted on 09/01/2007 10:13:33 AM PDT by sweet_diane ("I still come down to talk to me, when the coast is clear." J. Buffett)
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