Friday, March 26, 2010

Look who's working?

Dan Rodricks should be happy that a convict is getting a job: Disgraced Mayor Sheila Dixon is close to being hired by the Maryland Minority Contractors Association.

The Velvet Robe Nightclub is fined $3,500 by the Baltimore Liquor Board for the riot incident on February 25th.

Personally, I blame the potholes: Officers are accused of deliberately driving a Police van erratically while a suspect was handcuffed and secured in the back, which led to the suspect's death. A $100 million wrongful death suit against the BPD is currently in the city courts.

If he were in Vegas, none of this would be happening: The House of Ruth and Women's Law Center have filed a complaint against Judge G. Darrell Russell, notorious for marrying a couple involved in a domestic violence incident.

Commissioner Bealefeld continues to raise concerns about the budget proposed by Mayor Rawlings-Blake.


ppatin said...

A theoretical trial date has been set for Thomas Leggs, the sex-offender who kidnapped and murdered Sarah Foxwell. I'm sure it'll be delayed, but I'm glad to see that the case is moving along. I also noticed that the case is set to be tried in Wicomico County, which is odd since capital defendants are entitled to an automatic change of venue.

Cham said...

Not that I am a huge Sheila Dixon fan but it is nice to see that she has chosen Our Daily Bread and My Sister's Place to perform her 500 hours of community service. I hope she is doing some good and learning something at the same time.