Skip to comments.Graham cuffed, jailed after ‘minor traffic infraction’
Posted on 02/13/2009 12:36:31 PM PST by ConservativeStatement
Conservative WTKK yakker Michael Graham was handcuffed and arrested early this morning, the latest Boston radio personality to have a run-in with the law.
Graham, 45, was arrested around 5:30 a.m. in Framingham and charged with failure to stop for a red light and operating a vehicle after his drivers license had been revoked, said Lt. Paul Shastany.
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The article is not there any longer, it looks like.
Should have spoken only Portuguese and claimed
to be an illegal alien on the way to his surgical theatre,
or the Romney Alien Sanctuary.
Try the next post.
Oh, it wasn’t Grahamnesty.
Thanks—I did, it worked, and he’s innocent IMHO.
This was a setup sting by the Tax-it-All Deval and his brownshirts.
Please, people. You MUST under stand two simple things.
1. Michael Graham is an EVIL RIGHT WING RADIO talk host.
2. Michael Graham lives and works in the PDRM (People’s Democratic Republic of Massachusetts)
Is there anything one needs to know?
note: I heard him admit to being wrong in a very minor traffic occurance. The problem was NEVER being notified of the revocation of his license. Also the PDRM no longer notifies, as it has for generations, that one’s driver’s license is about to EXPIRE. Can you say REVENUE GENERATION?
I was so hoping this was Lindsy.
If you were caught driving on a revoked license would you have been arrested? Is driving on a revoked license considered a minor traffic infraction in your state?
That's what I was wondering. I guess they just applied the illegal alien rules to him. I doan need no stinkin license.
“If you were caught driving on a revoked license would you have been arrested?”
Yes, but only if you are a white non-hispanic who is a US citizen.
Blaquety, if you don’t have a valid license, you cannot be legally allowed to leave the scene in your own vehicle. It gets towed, and so do you, unless said vehicle is legally registered and insured to you, you can prove who you are, and have a licensed driver with you or immediately show up to drive you home, at the attending officers’ discretion. Or the cops can cuff you and take you to the station, where your loved ones can pay your fine and then drive you home.
The minor infraction was a “U” turn. The license problem is a result of the RMV’s new policy of no longer notifying drivers that their licenses are about to expire (it’s too expensive). His license was revoked automatically when he failed to have it renewed (licenses have to be renewed every 5 years). They will cuff and arrest you for that and you will go through bureaucrat Hell and pay $$$ to get it back.
Can you say, "PERSONAL RESPONSIBILITY & ACTING AS AN ADULT WHO DOESN'T RELY ON THE STATE TO REMIND YOU OF EXPIRATION DATES YOU CARRY IN YOUR WALLET DAILY"? Come on, if this guy didn't know his license was revoked it's not the arresting officer's problem. Tell it to the judge.
Try reading the Herald article; he had moved and the suspension notice was from the previous state; he couldn’t have gotten it.
It began as a notice that his insurance had expired, probably a red-tape issue.
It’s easy for Michael to avoid all prosecution. Simply change his affiliation to (D).
The only problem with the above statement is that although intended to be a joke, it is not a joke.