Skip to comments.Reggie Love explains his look (Obama's "Body Man")
Posted on 05/02/2012 5:06:49 PM PDT by jimbo123
Reggie Love, former special assistant and basketball partner to President Obama, showed up at the Atlantic owner David Bradley's house Friday night with a cute blonde
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Judge for yourself:
(I, for one, don't see much "cute" there...)
It was rather notorious and well known among the student body, that incident, that occurred allegedly “in the basement of the best fraternity on the UNC campus,” according to a comment or two upon local sports blogs that have since disappeared. Notorious enough that during one basketball game between the two bitter rivals UNC and Duke, for which Love played, UNC students showered the court with teabags.
Speaking of “the best fraternity house on the UNC campus,” I don't really know to which fraternity those somewhat cryptic replies referred, but such a reference would often be to the Dekes, DKE. There was a rather sad, peculiar and violent death of the DKE president not long after Obama was elected, shot to death after making rambling threatening cell phone calls, at least one of which apparently was to police, who stopped him along I-85 near Archdale, NC, on his way back to Chapel Hill from his home in Texas. Reports initially described him as suicidal, then drunk or on drugs, but he was shot to death.
His name was Courtland Smith.
I've often wondered about that whole bizarre episode, and if there might be some strange connection to the Reggie Love thing. It's too bizarre to really accept as a possibility, but I've been nagged by a suspicion that it was payback.
Reggie Love, former special assistant and basketball partner to President Obama, showed up at the Atlantic owner David Bradley's house Friday night with a cute blonde, no tie and a hint of pocket square.
"I am very much systematic about dressing," Love said. "I don't give myself a lot of options." He couldn't resist plugging the pocket square: "I actually ordered it off Amazon. $34. Got to me in less than 48 hours. Pretty amazing."
Oh, yes we do. All of a sudden. It's Obama's Not Gay Week, for sure.
That case was confined to a claim of a bribe to perjure on a polygraph test. As I understand it the court ruled that it couldn't be proven that Sinclair had knowingly and maliciously lied about that. It didn't consider or make any judgment on the rest of Sinclair's claims.
I don't know why that libel suit was brought, but if you think about it, dismissing the case like this was what the administration would want. It means they aren't going to have to deal with all of his allegations in court during an election year.
With 13 aliases and several convictions for fraud or forgery and theft, Larry Sinclair isn't the most trustworthy person in the world. When you consider that whatever income he has comes from spreading stories like this one, that's all the more reason not to trust him.