Drew and Joel’s Payola Radio Shakedown.

Best chicken wings and best burgers in Chicago, but you didn't hear it from me, Drew Peterson!

Best chicken wings and best burgers in Chicago, but you didn't hear it from me, Drew Peterson!

I’m sure that many people were disappointed today when they tuned in to WGN radio to  listen to  the Drew Peterson interview scheduled with Randy Miller.

It didn’t happen.

During the one o’clock hour, Miller explained why. During a phone conversation with Drew everything seemed to be fine but Drew asked him to contact his attorney, Joel Brodsky, which Miller did.  Brodsky surprised him by saying, “Yeah Drew will do it. It’s going to cost you some money.”

Miller was not going to pay for the interview and said, “Goodbye.” but  Joel assured him that all was not lost. The interview was still on and, “We’ll work something out.”

Then Randy Miller received an e-mail which he read on the air verbatim:

“To Randy Miller. This will confirm that you will be plugging the following establishment at least two times tomorrow and two times on Friday and that the plug will not be connected in any way to Drew Peterson or his attorney. The establishment is … Bar and Lounge which has the absolute best chicken wings in the city. A great place to drink, eat listen to music, and watch the game.”

A personal affirmation that you went there and loved the wings would be good.

Please confirm this agreement and I will confirm Drew’s cooperation on tomorrow’s show.”


Miller said that he was nauseated by the email but before he could respond he got a call from Drew’s publicist, Glenn Selig, who informed him that Drew was pulling out, “We’re not going to be in. It’s not going to be good for Drew.” Miller joked that it appears Mancow Muller is now managing Drew’s media appearances, because it was on his advice that Drew decided not to do the show.

An isolated and strange incidence of Pay per Play?

Well, flash back to Drew and Joel’s Sunday night appearance on Geoff Pinkus’ show at WIND 560. By gosh, there were a couple of mentions of wings during that appearance, in particular the wings served up by the Addiction Sports Bar and Grill on 1023 West Lake Street.

Pinkus’ disgust was evident when he prefaced the plug saying, “Alright, get this out of the way because we made a deal. A deal’s a deal Mr. Brodsky.” While he and Amy Jacobson laughed, Brodsky went on to say that he and Drew had eaten at a place that served, “the best wings and hamburgers in the city.” Jacobson mocked him saying, “…because he says so” and Brodsky replied, “Because Mancow says so.” Pinkus asked Brodsky, “You know the owner?” and he answered, “Yeah, I met him”.

No doubt Joel Brodsky has met the owner.  He looks at him every day in the mirror.  The Addiction Bar and Grill is the assumed name of FORMISANO, INC. and a search of the principals reveals none other than Joel A. Brodsky. Make of it what you will.

Meanwhile, I’ll leave you with a few reviews of the Addiction Sports Bar and Grill (which was up for sale as of January of this year ). The first review is from this month:

I’m not even sure if this place deserves one star. It’s a joke of a bar. I was in there last weekend with a couple friends and we were the only people in the place.!The bartender looked bored out her mind and it just kinda made me uncomfortable. And theyre were out of nearly half the items on the menu and didn’t even have patron, it was really just pitifull. I’m surprised theyre even still open, not for long I suppose…

…We had stopped by to catch part of the Bears game on Sunday. There were several people at the bar and a couple of tables were occupied. We got up to play some darts and when we got back to the bar the place was closing. Turns out- the owner only opened for the Bears game so when the game was over- chairs were put up on the tables and we had to leave. I get that the place wasn’t packed but to ask people to leave at 3:30 in the afternoon when they are buying drinks is wrong in oh so many ways!

The owner, Elizabeth, stood around the entire time complaining about how cold she was, and made herself a couple of martinis to warm up. The bartender, Elena, had what was called by a member of my party the “Eastern European charm”–unfriendly, cold and not interested in wasting time chatting. Both, along with the waitress, spent the entire time doting on two regulars, one of whom I believe was a relative of the owner.

This bar is Terrible! Bartender and Owner are rude!!! We were 4 girls out for a Saturday night and decided to check this place out since it’s in the neighborhood. The owner practically glared at us as we walked in the bartender was a total witch, not friendly at all!

And a recent Tweet from Elizabeth Brodsky:

How can I save my bar! Help!!!
11:03 AM Mar 12th

UPDATE MARCH 22:At Geoff Pinkus’ request we have removed his email excerpt from this post. He initially gave us permission to take it public (we wouldn’t have used it otherwise), but Joel Brodsky has threatened him with legal action if it remains up on our blog.

Humungous Kudos to womescorned for the MP3 of Randy Miller on WGN. Or watch the Youtube video she posted.

Download Hour 2, part 2 of Geoff Pinkus March 15 show to hear the plugs. One right at the beginning and one at 18:22 (thanks, Thinkaboutit).

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336 thoughts on “Drew and Joel’s Payola Radio Shakedown.

  1. I’m glad Randy Miller didn’t agree to this. I’m a little disgusted that Pinkus did except that it’s recorded for all to hear. Thanks to everyone for playing their part in getting it to us.

    I guess this isn’t the “much nicer place” and “a much nicer class of people” that Drew was hoping for. :roll:

  2. Noway, trust me, Geoff Pinkus CAN’T STAND Peterson. It is obvious that he was disgusted by this, and since we don’t know all that was involved, it’s just best to leave it at that. Pinkus and Jacobson were the first to do a candid, in-your-face kind of interview for a change! It was the best I have heard so far.

  3. Good on Miller for reading out the email.

    What I would like to know is whether or not Brodsky is violating some kind of ethics code by doing this?

    The ISP must be rubbing their hands together with glee. These two clowns are just digging their own grave really. The longer they are allowed to be let loose in public, the more damage they are doing to themselves.

    As rescue said, ya just can’t make this stuff up!

  4. This was a great team effort. Rescue was researching like mad while I was listening and typing. She’s the one who located the Brodsky connections to the crappy bar. I thought there was something interesting there when the one review mentioned the owner, Liz.

    WomenScorned says she’ll post a youtube video later so it will be easier to hear the audio from WGN.

  5. If you are on facebook, please join the group “Justice for Stacy Peterson & Kathleen Savio.” Let’s make a statement that enough is enough and it’s time for an arrest!

    Peace,

    Neil

  6. Thanks Neil. I’m at work right now (it’s 10.30am in Australia) and I can’t access facebook at work, but I’ll definitely join when I am on the net at home.

  7. Just read, and OMG I cant stop laughing..Joel Brodsky, what a schmuck…Just when you think he cant get any more stupid…BINGO..he proves me wrong…Well I guess when he is dis-barred, he better look into another form of business. He sucks as a lawyer, and the way this sounds…he sucks at this too…still laughing

  8. OMG! I don’t think even “Lionel Hutz, Attorney At Law” from The Simpsons has ever sunk to Chicken Wing Payola!!
    And, which is worse: that it occurs to him to do something so incredibly inappropriate and crass, or that he can’t even pull it off?

  9. These poor guys have financial problems. No one wants to pay Drew anymore for his clueless monologues on TV, and Brodsky’s business seems to be a similar mistake as the choice he had made wanting to be a CRIMINAL lawyer.

    If Brodsky wants to have more visitors in his bar, one of the solutions might be exhibiting Sgt Peterson in a cage there. I would even pay 50 bucks for the possibility of throwing a dozen of eggs at him and I bet crowds would follow me. Placing Chrissy with him would even improve Brodsky’s turnover.

    Hurry up, Joel. This is your last chance before Drew goes to prison.

  10. Pinkus made his opinion of Drew loud and clear. :D It could be that a higher power was involved in agreeing to the wings plug. It is what it is, and the end result is that we have the plugs recorded, Pinkus’ remarks about the plugs, and the email from Randy.

    Top that with an arrest in the next day or two and all is well.

  11. Thanks very much for telling us about the group, Neil. I’ve joined and am reaching out to others I know feel the same now.

  12. I am so impressed with you guys. Great work! Miracle Brownies all round. Too bad the story itself makes me sick. Well, JB’s got his new career sorted out since the talking head gig’s down the Swanee.

  13. womenscorned made a Youtube video with the audio from Miller’s broadcast today. Here it is:

    It also should show up in the video sidebar on the homepage of the blog.

  14. From another review of the bar: “Maybe it is the location, maybe it is the staff, not sure but something is missing…”

    * * * * * *

    Stacy and Kitty :-(

  15. Interesting Bucket:

    From Elliebrod:

    want to invite all you fellow twitterers in chicago to stop by my bar for at. Pats , 1023 west lake chicaog west loop! Pls say yes!
    7:02 PM Mar 15th from TwitterFon

    fellow Twitters, come to my bar & celebrate St. Pats. New bar, Need biz! Addiction Bar, 1023 west lake, chicago! Help Me!!
    8:01 AM Mar 16th from web

    Can you all send me some good wishes and prayers for the strength to turn my biz around! Bar is going down! Help!
    7:59 PM Mar 16th from TwitterFon

    Who believes Drew Peterson is NOT guilty? I have a bridge in Brooklyn for sale!
    9:28 PM Mar 16th from TwitterFon

    http://twitter.com/Elliebrod

    Elizabeth brodsky
    ***
    The couple admits they were arguing, but Elizabeth Brodsky only went to the police in hopes of speaking with a social worker, she said.

    http://www.suburbanchicagonews.com/heraldnews/news/687034,4_1_JO08_PETERSON_S1.article

    ***
    Mentions DP. Connection?!
    Sounds desperate for business. Wonder why.

  16. I thought I’d paste here an article that mentions Mrs. Brodsky. What better one than the one where she (and he says Morphey has issues) had to call the Swat team in.

    Initially, Brodsky welcomed the publicity. But now, Brodsky, who is 50 and has practiced law for 25 years, says he got more than he bargained for. He receives hate mail, is besieged with interview requests, and in recent weeks, reporters have focused on his own background.

    Among other incidents, they found several police reports over the years, including three domestic calls, one involving a SWAT team responding to Brodsky’s Wilmette home.

    According to a report of the Sept. 2, 2002, incident involving a “suicidal person,” Brodsky’s wife, Elizabeth Brodsky, told police “Joel Brodsky was in the house armed with a shotgun.”

    He had gone to his car to get a shotgun, police said. Elizabeth Brodsky “screamed at [her daughters] to get their shoes and leave now,” the report said. “Mr. Brodsky exclaimed, ‘That’s right. You leave, get out of here, now I’m going to do it right and blow my head off with this shotgun.'”

    No one was arrested.

    The Brodskys admit they were arguing but say the matter was the result of miscommunication and that police portrayed it inaccurately.

    Joel Brodsky said he never planned to harm himself.

    “I’m in my living room watching TV. Next thing I know, I’m getting a call from a hostage negotiator,” Brodsky said.

    “Most of this stuff is blown out of proportion,” Elizabeth Brodsky said.

  17. So, this is a tweet sent out by Elizabeth Brodsky on the 16th? It’s nice she sides with us. Too bad her bar sucks.

    Who believes Drew Peterson is NOT guilty? I have a bridge in Brooklyn for sale !

    10:28 PM Mar 16th from TwitterFon

  18. Well, geesh, using Drew Peterson as a marketing tool to plug the place is a really good idea. Not working? Oh, too bad, so sad.

  19. Yeah a murder suspect spruiking your business is a great marketing idea.

    It’s like putting Dracula in charge of the blood bank !

    Oh well if that business weren’t in financial trouble before, they will be now !!

    LMAO !!

  20. facsmiley Says:

    March 19, 2009 at 9:14 pm
    So, this is a tweet sent out by Elizabeth Brodsky on the 16th? It’s nice she sides with us. Too bad her bar sucks.

    Who believes Drew Peterson is NOT guilty? I have a bridge in Brooklyn for sale !

    10:28 PM Mar 16th from TwitterFon

    +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

    Even Mrs Brodsky (isn’t she Joel Brodsky’s secretary as well ?) doesn’t believe Stacy ran away or Kathleen drowned in her bath tub !

    Pretty embarrassing if your own wife doesn’t believe in the work you do !!

  21. And telling people to pretend they don’t know it’s connected to Joel is pretty bad, too.

    He’s “met” the owner.

    It’s bad enough asking for money for interviews!

  22. facsmiley Says:

    March 19, 2009 at 11:17 pm
    And telling people to pretend they don’t know it’s connected to Joel is pretty bad, too.

    He’s “met” the owner.

    It’s bad enough asking for money for interviews!

    +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

    It’s amazing how much slime connected to Drew and Joel gets discovered time and time again !

    How can Joel ever proclaim to have any kind of credibility with his conduct and behavior ??

  23. I think this was a lame attempt to see how many people out there believed Drew was innocent. Doesn’t seems like she got much of a response to that tweet either.

  24. What, in terms of media ethics, is the problem with paying for an interview?
    Basically there are two rationales that suggest that checkbook journalism is unwise. The first is that journalists are supposed to be independent of the sources they cover. Their allegiance is supposed to be with the viewers. That’s the covenant: “We’re telling you the truth, we’re on your side.” When you engage in contract for pay you are doing business with them, you are no longer independent.

    The second problem is that when you enter into a financial arrangement you’re creating an incentive for the source to hype or aggrandize the truth because the juicier the story, the more they are going to get paid. Not only are you incentivizing the source to make the story more dramatic, but once you sign a contract you also have a financial incentive for the story to be that dramatic. You are creating obstacles which will get in the way of your priority as a journalist, which is the truth.

    http://www.newsweek.com/id/33575

  25. Well said.

    The additional aspect of media ethics in connection to Drew is that they let the VERY SUSPECT profit from committing crimes.
    There were just few reporters and journalists who did not let him rule interviews.
    It has always been sick to me: two (or more) arrogant goat heads on the screen, blaming the victims and trying to discredit everyone but avoiding talking about the clue.
    All the stuff like might be acceptable but only in court where both sides have their legal right to prove the truth and evidence (and have no financial interest in it). In court it does not matter if Stacy followed her mother and had problems with PMS. It is not evidence and would be rejected.
    Media letting only Drew saying what HE wants to say (and paying him for that!)is ridiculous…Drew has been ruthlessly honest since the very beginning that he was not going to speak for free.
    The only excuses I have for the media – and really appreciate that – is that they want to keep us updated and the two cases have not been forgotten.
    But from any legal and media ethics point of view it is a sort of shame. Witnesses must not speak openly because of the ongoing investigation and the murder takes advantage of this! I only hope some people will sue Drew after he is arrested.

  26. Intersting to read:

    Write-in candidate, Claar tackle issues in mayor’s race

    http://www.suburbanchicagonews.com/bolingbrooksun/news/1486469,6_1_NA20_MAYOR_S1.article

    [...]
    One resident recalled his campaigning in her neighborhood early in his political career. When she asked what he did, he replied, “I get things done.”

    Since then, she said, that has meant intimidation tactics including sending police to shine search lights into the windows of his last opponent’s home late at night.

    When The Bolingbrook Sun asked about it last week, Claar said that was the first he’d heard of the incident with write-in candidate Bob Abrams. He did not order it and would not condone it, he said.
    [...]
    Claar, 63, said he considered retiring from the post he’s held for years, but he had unfinished business. Literally.
    [...]

  27. Read the article and watch the video:

    http://www.theweeklyreporter.com/wr_news_exclusive.php

    A check of the license plate “BB First” confirmed that the plate belongs to Roger Claar of Bolingbrook. Roger Claar was charged with a DUI in DuPage County August 30, 1997 but plead not guilty on November 03, 1998. We are awaiting word of the final judgment from the Secretary of State’s office.

    —-
    If you read more about the case, and I did, the way of getting away with wrongdoings seem to be identical as in Drew’s case: denial and getting rid of people who are not comfortable (the police who arrested Claar/McGurry in Peterson’s case/the investigator responsible for KS case).

  28. Verry interesting. I’d read something before about Claar drunk driving, but 10.5 years ago and still not dealt with properly? Bah. But not surprised a all.

  29. Dzień dobry, bucket ;)
    I really hope we will because McGuiry seemed to involved in Peterson’s case.
    Now, I think, Claar’s next election is under a big question.

  30. For some reason the video won’t play for me :-(

    I hope someone posts it on youtube…it sort of belongs there ;-)

  31. It works very slowly because lots of people from Topix are watching it now; I found the link over there and took the opportunity to see it to the very end.

    In a few hours, it will be posted in more places with better speed, I think ;)

  32. You mean Claar’s actions, don’t you?

    Claar has been discrediting Bonnie since the very beginnig and simply cannot play fair.

    As for the video, I think it is fair. BB FIRST (btw, I love it!) should not have such an arrogant attitude. Any other person would have been arrested for DUI. In what light does it show the jurisdical system? Judges and the police?

    The other thing about it is that this man was sitting at the bar table for 6 hours drinking and you could read in papers he was doing great job supporting those who suffer from cancer. Liar!

    He would make a great visitor of Brodsky’s empty bar LOL

  33. I do not think so. I think it was kept secret since (I am trying to find out the date) with the intention of being published right now, just before the election, but who knows?
    If he has no idea it exists he is going to have a really hard day, isn’t he? ;)

  34. You guys are great sleuths! I tried looking up the ownership of the bar but ran out of time and then didn’t get a chance in the evening. Very interesting that Joel is one of the principals (but not surprising).

    Keep opening your mouth Team Drew!

  35. In all seriousness there has to be a rule against using your client as a method of advertisement for your own company while you are representing them. I think that email is going to come back to haunt Joel.

    And if he does get charged – then much like there are investigations into how Casey Anthony’s attorney is being paid – the same thing seems to go here IMO.

    The last thing that we would want is for him to lose the case and then say that he lost it because his lawyer was freaking incompetent or wasn’t doing his job in his client’s best interest. (I think that could easily be argued.)

  36. Here is the information that officially lists him as the contact for the business:

    http://www.ilsos.gov/corporatellc/CorporateLlcController

    CORPORATION FILE DETAIL REPORT
    —————————-

    Entity Name FORMISANO, INC.
    File Number 65990369
    Status ACTIVE
    Entity Type CORPORATION
    Type of Corp DOMESTIC BCA
    Incorporation Date (Domestic) 02/22/2008
    State ILLINOIS
    Agent Name JOEL A BRODSKY
    Agent Change Date 02/22/2008
    Agent Street Address 8 S MICHIGAN AVE STE 3200
    President Name & Address
    Agent City CHICAGO
    Secretary Name & Address
    Agent Zip 60603
    Duration Date PERPETUAL
    Annual Report Filing Date 01/06/2009 For Year 2009
    Assumed Name ACTIVE – ADDICTION SPORTS BAR, LOUNGE & GRILL

  37. Just for shits and giggles, here’s the bit from Pinkus’ show where Amy Jacobson and Geoff were obviously disgusted by Joel and giving him a hard time during the plug:
    **************

    PINKUS: Alright, so I get this out of the way because we’ll make a deal. A deal’s a deal Mr. Brodsky.

    BRODSKY: Well, no. No. You don’t have to.

    PINKUS: Well, a deal’s a deal!

    JACOBSON: You said you went out with Mancow to…

    BRODSKY: yeah, we went to this place that had the best wings and hamburgers in the city.

    JACOBSON: Because he says so.

    PINKUS: Because he says so.

    BRODSKY: Because Mancow says so.

    JACOBSON: Oh, if Mancow says so…

    BRODSKY: Addiction Sports Bar and Grill on 1023 West Lake Street.

    PINKUS: Best chicken wings and best burgers in Chicago

    BRODSKY: You better believe it.

    PINKUS: You know the owner?

    BRODSKY: Yeah, I met him.

    PINKUS: Keep kissing yourself. Nice.

    BRODSKY: They’re really good.

    PINKUS: You get that shiner there? Is it a rough place?

  38. I wonder if Brodsky’s ex-wife (they did get divorced didn’t they??)knew that he was going to do something as stupid as this.

  39. Has anyone heard anything about the AIGFU rally that Randy Miller was trying to round up for today during the radio hour he was going to spend with Drew? I really wanted to go but haven’t heard anything about it actually getting done.

  40. Roger Claar is about as pompous as they come. (disclaimer IMO)

    Problem with alcohol? Well that video pretty much speaks for itself.

    His previous DUI arrest? I believe that those charges were SOMEHOW miraculously dropped in court. That was an arrest in Naperville when he was pulled over for swerving and supposedly coming back from some political event that had a luau theme. He indicated to the officer he was swerving because he was trying to remove the lei he had around his neck. Refused field sobriety tests or blowing so it should have been a suspension of his DL. But it was dragged out and dragged out in the DuPage courts and he finally got his case assigned to a sympathetic judge who apparently believed his lei (lie?) story and dropped it. That simply does not happen in Naperville/DuPage people with out a little “something” going on.

    2 weeks ago he sat his butt in the bar at TnT lounge (Mrs. T’s pizza) all afternoon mostly BY HIMSELF drinking away.

    And he spends so much time drinking at Bar Louie you’d think he has key’s to the place. What was it Tuesday, March 3rd that he drank it up at Bar Louie from 5pm til close? Yes it was Tuesday, March 3rd.

    His dictatorship needs to end and it needs to end now. Every village board meeting seems like another episode of the bobbleheads. With trustees that are afraid to express an opinion against what Claar expresses. He speaks kicks his little rocking floor lever and the trustees heads all bob, yes, yes, yes.

    I wonder if he can answer some questions about 4 lots out at Americana Estates that appear to enjoy certain tax advantages? ;) ;) Roger. ;) ;)

    Let’s have drinks and talk about it!

    Is it a common practice for a village like BB to buy the land for a development like Americana Estates and then sell the lots? Hmmm, I wonder who had a hand (or should I say HAND OUT) in those dealings?

    Let’s have drinks and talk about it!

    Why build another golf course with taxpayers money when the one that is there isn’t turning a profit and are looking at loans maturing to huge intrest rates?

    Let’s have drinks and talk about it!

    And it is the taxpayers whos taxes are going to explode when the loans for the GC and the airport explode.

    Let’s have drinks and talk about it!

    And why would the mayor need another seperate office in the GC clubhouse? Hmmmm? An office where he personally specified a whole bunch of fancy and very costly woodwork
    from a local businessman and then STIFFED HIM for a big chunk of the bill!

    Let’s have drinks and talk about it!

    Intresting the tenure he had on the Illinois Tollway Board. He got out of there just about the time most of the land was purchased for the I355 extension down to I-80. Hmmmmmmm.

    Let’s have drinks and talk about it!

    So how would one reap benefits from land deals on something like the I355 extension? (of course I’m not specifically talking about the toll extension but let’s just say “general” land deals). Probobly wouldn’t draw much attention if a known developer was to get in the works of the dealings of such land. Maybe a BB developer. Maybe one named Bill. Maybe one who Claar felt good about naming a street after.

    Let’s have drinks and talk about it!

    Let’s look into the Magic Mirror children. I see Pat Claar retiring at the end of this school year. And I see another Claar retiring very soon also…..and leaving a huge tax mess behind for others to clean up and pay, pay, pay.

    I propose a toast!

  41. Bucket, let it download for 10 minutes or so ;( and then it works.

    Generally it looks like that:
    1. Claar drinks a lot
    2. Claar leaves and goes to his car
    3. Claar is driving his car having some difficulty with keeping the lines
    4. They leave him when he suddenly take the turn left.

  42. Are there more EMPTY warehouses in Bolingbrook that OCCUPIED warehouses?

    Kinda stinks that the tax revenues from empty warehouses are nowhere near the revenues from occupied ones.

  43. Has anyone forgotten the feds getting a warrant and searching his house a few years back.

    I know that was probobly absolutely nothing.

    The feds do that alot. You know getting a federal judge to sign a warrant and search a mayor’s home………all for nothing.

    They were probobly just conducting a training maneuver of something.

  44. Oops! I was confused for a moment. I think Elizabeth is his current wife not his ex-wife. But I wonder if she knew.

  45. I seem to remember a contentious divorce in Joel’s past (claims that his wife was an alcoholic, etc.) but I believe he is currently married to Elizabeth.

  46. I’ve mentioned Claar today because of Stacy’s case. Removing him from his position will help to convict Drew and find Stacy, I think. I was afraid Bonnie had little chance to win, but now I’ve changed my mind.
    I think the report in WR is just the beginning.

  47. From Neil Schori’s twitter:

    neilschori@elliebrod I’m glad you are more realistic than Joel is about Drew Peterson. Good to know.

    about 13 hours ago from web

    Maybe Ms. Brodsky would like to visit the blog and talk to us…

  48. Yep. That was when he sued the man she left him for for alienation of affection. He sued for a huge amount I can’t remember and won by default when the defendant didn’t show up. (could he be forgiven for thinking it was ridiculous?)…did not end up with the massive sum, but settled for someting or other in the end.

  49. Hmmm. And then he says all of these people are money hungry. Men and women get divorced all the time due to someone cheating yet they never go to try to get money from the person that stole their spouse’s heart.

  50. This is Ms. Brodsky’s explanation for her tweet about Drew’s innocence:

    Elliebrod@akadrewpeterson: I wanted to know the general opinion so I sent a note to see what’s our there!

    9 minutes ago from Tweetie in reply to akadrewpeterson

  51. She “wanted to know the general opinion”?

    OMG, the woman must live in a vacuum. Poor thing. She needs to get out more. Get out of the bar business, since it seems to have consumed her whole life in that she doesn’t know what the general opinion is regarding Drew Peterson’s innocence.

    Chuckle. Chuckle. Laugh.

  52. Glad to know there are plent of other people pissed at Claar too. I remember hearing about his drinking. Makes him the perfect buddy for Drew and Joel then. And the strong arm tactics are worthy of a third world dictator.

    Of course, I still wonder about his possible connection with drug trafficking. After all, an addictive personality might lend itself well to a coke addiction. At least something to consider.

  53. > Are there more EMPTY warehouses in
    > Bolingbrook that OCCUPIED
    > warehouses?

    Sounds like lots of great places to hide drugs or bodies… like of missing wives…

  54. Now she’s taking on Pastor Schori:

    Elliebrod@neilschori: guilty till proven innocent?I thought it was the other way around! Read the constitution!

    8 minutes ago from TwitterFon in reply to neilschori

    Elliebrod@neilschori: I am realistic about how the media can vilanize one man and let our politicians destroy our lives without any consequences!

    9 minutes ago from TwitterFon in reply to neilschori

    I predict Liz taking her Twitter feed private in five, four, three….

  55. Hmmm… Will she share with us when she learns the “general opinion” of the public as to DP’s painfully, disgustingly, obvious, unrepentant, unremorseful guilt?

  56. Does She even realize that Stacy Peterson met with the Pastor and she told him that Drew killed Kitty?

    I’d say if anyone has a right to his opinion, it’s Neil.

    He doesn’t need to be lectured by a tequila-tippling defense lawyer’s wife.

    (BTW – she’s the one who said she’s drinking tequila)

  57. Ms. B should double check the Constitution. There’s specific mention about an inalieable “right to life” that her husband’s scum wad of a client seems to have missed.

  58. The spelling is because our letters and yours don’t match up entirely…

    In Arabic, her name is written ريم عودة.

    Those letters come out as R-Y/EE-M and ‘-W/OO-D-AH/EH.

    Short vowels aren’t written, some sounds don’t exist in the latin script, and long voels can be read two different ways.

    That aside, she chooses to transliterate her name as Reem Odeh, which is a pretty famous last name actually (though I don’t know if she is from the same family or anything; us Arabs have big families lol)

    As to whether or not it is her, I don’t think so. The girl looks similar, but I’m pretty sure its not Reem.

  59. In all fairness, though, Elizabeth B. has as much right to an opinion as anyone else. I’m not entirely sure it is appropriate to flood her personal page with stuff about Drew and his antics.

    Yes, her HUSBAND is defending Drew and that would be a whole ‘nother matter. But then, Joel is also the one who makes alot of this public (and Drew doesn’t do much to help).

    Until Mrs. Brodsky shows otherwise, I would without being too harsh on her. From what I’ve seen, she seems like a good enough person. She is going around partying with Drew or helping him commit crimes

  60. Maybe they should rename the bar… something catchy and inspired by Boobsky’s high profile media-fame & exciting clients… How about…”The Paunchy, Man-Boobed Blue Line” or “Sure I’m Disgusting, But I Have Booze & Wings”….

  61. FTR, Joel’s ex-wife is named Darlene. They divorced in 1997 and he alleged that she had substance abuse problems.

  62. I won’t lie here. I’m not sure its appropriate to go around harassing someone on their personal site over this and can easily see things getting out of hand. Thats just how the internet and human nature work.

    I openly admit I think Drew is guilty, but she is just as entitled to her opinion regardless of her husbands antics. If it were someone directly involved, I might say differnt, but as is, she isn’t paling around with Drew or going on talk shows with him. To me, that is a difference.

    That said, I wouldn’t mind seeing her chime in here, either to defend herself or her husband and Drew. She seems like a nice, reasonable woman, and if she wants to participate, I think it would add some interesting debate.

    Not that I think Drew is innocent or anything…

  63. I wouldnt’ call Twitter a ‘personal site’. It’s a social networking service. If Mrs. Brodsky doesn’t want to receive tweets or respond to people it’s completely within her power to curtail it.

  64. What a goof! She’s the one that put the Twitter out there. She must have learned how to back pedal from another experienced back pedaler (sp??)

  65. She should just change the name of the bar to White Noise. No one would ever guess there was a link to Brodsky and Drew then.

  66. It has happened with lawyers before. From what I’ve heard about Brodsky, he’s one of those guys who wants to be a celebrity. Its part of the reason he goes around the news radio circuit, but also part of the reason he fits in there (quite a few big egoes in my experience, though I won’t name names).

  67. I haven’t put anything on her site either as I’m not sure if she was a party to this plot by “Brot”.

    She did put the post up there though so Twitter is for Twittering your thoughts. She put her thoughts out and now she is getting some back.

    People questioning her thoughts isn’t harrassment though and I hope no one goes down a path of harrassing her.

    Momma always told me “Don’t ask a question if you don’t want to hear the answer.”

  68. I see what you mean, cerastes, but she was the intended beneficiary of chickenwingate. I certainly won’t be bothering her again. Not her opinion I object to but the lame backtrack and blame for the media.

    DP villianised himself with able assistance from his attorney.

  69. Hey! I was hoping to use that name for my band :-D

    We could even have a Drew Peterson themed rock opera or something

  70. This is true, and so far it has all been civil. I’m just acting as a voice of reason for once in my life. That’s all.

  71. Yup – If Team Drew would just have kept their traps shut, Drew would only have looked like a quarter of the villian that he does today.
    :)

  72. True, and I said myself that Brodsky’s behavior has been unprofessional and possibly a violation of his ethics as a lawyer. Certainly within the news media this IS a very big line to cross, and I should imagine it would be the same for him. Most legal teams don’t have company logos on their jackets like you see in, say, Nascar, for a very good reason.

    I’m just saying that she is entitled to her own stuff outside of what her husband does, regardless of whether I agree or not. Like I said, I would love to see her give a debate or something in defense of her positions. I don’t know if she would, but who knows?

  73. Cerastes – no offense, but aren’t you just a little concerned that her Bozo husband is trying to promote his wife’s bar using his crime suspect as a marketing tool? Promote it on a radio, asking for silence that it is in any way tied to HIM or his DEADBEAT client?

    I don’t think anyone here gives a rat’s ass about Mrs. Brodsky and her lack of self-control by publicly displaying her twitters! She should have thought of that in the first place.

    She was THE ONE who mentioned Drew Peterson on her own. Oh, I get so mad when I think that bloggers who vent their rage in non-violent ways take heat, rather than a suspected double murderer and his ignorant attorney!

  74. > DP villianised himself with able
    > assistance from his attorney.

    Hehehe. I think he was quite the villian before, albeit not on par with Doctor Doom or Lex Luthor. Maybe more like Bizaro.

  75. You know, with all this shameless promotion being done, I can’t help but wonder if Drew is struggling for money now. His legal and travel costs must be through the roof, and if he can’t pay Brodsky somehow… well, he needs some way of raising money.

  76. When both she and her husband are using Drew Peterson’s ‘celebrity’ to promote her business, I’d say she is not keeping her business outside of what her husband does.

  77. I thought so! (if you missed my post on March 19, 2009 at 11:53 pm).

    It must be part of some weird marital agreement she has with Joel.

    LMAO … the general opinion is that your husband’s client is as guilty as sin. Does that help?

  78. Rescue, you’ve been here a long time. I respect your opinion and no doubt you know mine.

    Just trust me on this one. I don’t support her actions, at least, not on the on-air advertising thing. Pay-to-interview is a big deal. A VERY big deal.

    It may not sound it. I mean, after all, how many radio people advertise for their favorite resturants or businesses? Mancow does it almost every fifteen minutes. But the difference is, giving ads for a business is different than giving ads in exchange for an interview with someone.

    So yeah, absolutely an ethics violation in my opinion,and I think it reflects badly on Joel.

    But, there are other issues that complicate it. I don’t know how much of a role she played in the whole sordid affair. From what she has posted, she doesn’t seem like her husband. She seems like a nice enough woman, and I would like to see her defend her views, even if I don’t agree with them. Diplomacy rules the day.

    Now, mind you, if she was hanging out with Drewpy at her bar… well, that would be another issue entirely. I’m very interested tosee how this plays out. Just not sure what to make ofit for now.

    Thats why I’m holding back on some things for the time being.

  79. Typically the media outlet pays for transportation and lodgings costs. Those shouldn’t be costing Drew a dime. And since we now know that he charges for interviews, it appears he’s actually profitting from his appearances.

    As for his legal fees, he can pay them with the money he received from Kathleen’s estate, or his share of the proceeds from the Armstrong book.

  80. Or if he can’t afford an attorney he can use the public defender like many other people have to do.

  81. Yeah. And it’s gonna be hard for him to come up w. cash the way he usually does… illegally stripping assets from the wife he murdered most recently or stealing inheritance from his children.

  82. Just wanted to share a few more wing-gate details from Geoff Pinkus:

    Brodsky asked Amy if he could mention his restaurant and she agreed.

    I let him mention it once and after the interview he was pissed off at me for not giving him more airtime. I told him if he wanted to plug his restaurant he should buy air time just like everyone else.

    FYI, we never would pay that pig and his attorney a nickel. Brodsky wanted to send me up wings on my overnight show to plug his restaurant and I told him I would rather choke than eat his food. My luck he would probably poison the wings.

  83. A lawyers wife taking a poll on her husband’s client that is a suspect in Stacy’s case? Really? Is that ethical? Did she send this tweet all on her own or at someone’s request? Tit for tat, you plug my restaurant, I’ll take a poll for you??

    Just a thought here, but, perhaps Liz Brodsky needs to visit the GJ?

    May justice for Kathleen and Stacy come soon.

  84. Temporary topic change…

    Someone on another forum I’m on posted news regarding reports that Aruban authorities may have discovered the remains of Natalee Holloway.

    It is an early story that hasn’t been fully confirmed yet. But my prayers go out to Natalee’s family during this time again and any time this stuff comes up in the news it has to hit them very hard. They will never even begin to rest until they find her one way or another:

    http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,509967,00.html

  85. “They think they’ve found where Natalee Holloway’s remains are, and they’re taking the dog down there to confirm that,” the flight attendant told the paper. “They’re not telling anybody because Aruba’s trying to keep this quiet.”

    So the flight attendant thought she’d take care of the telling for them?

  86. Yup – Or it was just someone on the plane with a dog and a bad sense of humor or that wanted to pick up the flight attendant.

  87. WARNING: We’re going to try a new theme out in a little bit. The cascading replies will stay for now so we can see if they work better with the new theme (they’ll still be peppered through the thread, but there should be more room).

  88. How do we actually know for sure this really is Mrs Brodsky herself twittering ??

    I’m beginning to think the grandstanding and self promoting reeks more and more of her husbands style (!!)

    I find it extremely hard to believe that family would have two such identically self absorbed people at the helm.

    If so that would be tragic (!!)

  89. jeepers4 Says:

    March 20, 2009 at 2:25 pm
    A lawyers wife taking a poll on her husband’s client that is a suspect in Stacy’s case? Really? Is that ethical? Did she send this tweet all on her own or at someone’s request? Tit for tat, you plug my restaurant, I’ll take a poll for you??

    +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

    Yes exactly jeepers4, you hit the nail on the head, that doesn’t make any sense !!!!!!!

  90. Now it doesn’t seem like as much as originally reported. My heart goes out to her family.

    http://www.google.com/hostednews/ap/article/ALeqM5gM4lWnpFfSI8U0EzxCHT8WVehRowD9720JJ80

    Natalee Holloway’s dad sends search dog to Aruba
    16 minutes ago

    ORANJESTAD, Aruba (AP) — Aruba prosecutors say Natalee Holloway’s father has flown a search dog and a handler to the island to look for the missing teenager’s body.

    A spokeswoman for the Prosecutors’ Office says the dog is searching a reservoir that witnesses have previously identified as a possible location where Holloway’s remains might be found.

    But Ann Angela says neither police nor prosecutors have received any new leads in the case.

    She said Friday in a statement that Dave Holloway took the initiative because he will not rest until he finds his daughter.

    Natalee Holloway, from Mountain Brook, Ala., was last seen in May 2005 leaving a bar in the Aruban capital Oranjestad. She was 18 at the time.

  91. :D
    Each time I come back to my computer, I mentally prepare myself for the theme that required a warning!

    It’s like waiting for the other shoe to drop!

  92. That was just her backpedaling for getting caught making a stupid twitter like that when her husband is representing the currently most notorious crime suspect in the news. Sellit probably thunk it up!

  93. JAH – I can definitely see why a “double Dose of Brodsky” family is something you find hard to believe. However, I think “water seeks its own level” occurs much more frequently than “opposites attracting” and they sound a team to me.

  94. My thought is, regardless which cowpie brain produced the idea that the wife of the lead counsel for DP should send a personal communication requesting response from strangers as to their opinion(s) on the guilt or innocence of one of her husband’s clients, she shouldn’t have done it.

  95. What a great Post !

    Roger Claar would probably be retiring the same way Drew Peterson did:

    As soon as he gets word the heat is going to be unbearable (!!)

  96. To get the truth about someones character it’s always more relevant to speak to the ex-wife, ex-business partner etc than the current one and in Joel Brodsky’s case that would certainly make very interesting reading, at least worthy a book title “Joel Brodsky Exposed”

  97. Elliebrod@neilschori guilty till proven innocent?I thought it was the other way around! Read the constitution!

    Hmmm … which one does this sound like? Joel or Liz?

  98. The one thing I miss already in the new format are the great pictures of Kitty and Stacy you had up top. They were really good, happy pics of them both and a great reminder of why we all come here.

  99. I agree about the pix. I also like the numbering of the posts so you could easily reference a post without necessarily copying it.

  100. That’s temporary. We just need a new banner image to fit that area. Didn’t want to make one yet if we aren’t going to stick to this theme…

  101. I removed the ‘reply’ option and it looks like all the comments have been arranged in chronological order now. Hope it’s not too confusing.

  102. gatekeep,

    I like this format. Had a hard time adjusting to the reply option in a post. Also, two great pictures of Stacy and Kathleen.

    cyrhla,

    Not sure how long, but call the village and ask Carol Penning. I worked with Carol during the Bike Run fundraiser she organized. Stacy had worked with Carol some time ago.

  103. Good morning!
    My business is failing! Help!..but not just yet, I’m on vacation.

    I had a dream last night that E. and J. Brodsky decided to go for broke, rename the bar “Drew’s” and run with the theme….best wings in Chicago with a bowl of mommyblood on the side for dippin’. Drew’s “fans” probably spend beaucoup bucks on booze, too.

  104. Nah, I’ve blocked her. I did, however, have a request from eyesforlies to follow me this morning. (?)

  105. Oh I missed a direct message from Ms. Brodsky to me (which seems weird as I haven’t sent her any messages or tweets and apparently she is not following me).

    ElliebrodHave: u thought maybe just maybe he is innocent?

    about 21 hours ago

  106. Facs – You know what’s next, don’t you? She’s going to begin plying you with the ‘best wings in town’ to try and sway the perspective of Justice Cafe!

  107. Heh – must be boring for her, Facs, just sitting around the beach, drinking Tequilas. So, Twitter dee, Twitter doo.

  108. “Have you thought maybe, just maybe, your husband is an amoral, money grubbing, lying sack of scum?”

    (Come to think of it, if I had to deal w. him, I hope I’d have AT LEAST tequila to assist.)

  109. I guess I should have just sent her back her own Twitter: “Elliebrod: Who believes Drew Peterson is NOT guilty? I have a bridge in Brooklyn for sale !”

  110. I was looking over some of the reviews for Addiction, and came across this one – which is the very first one! Coincidently, this reviewer has the same first name and last initial as Elizabeth Brodsky. Amazing.

    I’ll just post my favorite part. Chuckle, chuckle. Someone is really stuck on herself:

    elizabeth b.
    Wilmette, IL

    ….The staff is really friendly and they actually came and talked to us. The owner who was a really sharp looking woman, greeted us and chatted about the bar for a little…

  111. oh, Rescue! I’ve been trying to post “lol,” but been he-he-he-ing too much to type!
    She & her husband both have a way with words, don’t they?

  112. Bucket, I am also looking for it, but could not find anything yet. Are they going to ignore it or negotating prices?;) Or maybe they keep it in the pocket until the election. I am thinking about mailing Hosey or someone else. I am curious if Greta or Suzan know about him driving drunk. IMO if it was published to bigger public, he would be a total loser during the election. I hope Bonnie will make good use of it.

  113. Cyrhia and Bucket – If you want to write to someone about the Mayor of The Kingdom, a/k/a Bolingbrook, I have a better idea.

    This writer, David Murray, is the gentleman who wrote the piece for Chicago Magazine last year, Unanswered Cries, about Kathleen Savio. We had a thread here recently about his lack of “like” for the Mayor. But, if you follow this link and scroll down, you can again read piece about Mayor Claar.

    *****

    What’s New in Bolingbrook? Not Much

    4 Comments | Posted February 17, 2009 | 01:06 PM (EST)

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/david-murray

  114. Thanks, rescue, for his email. Yes, I think it is a good idea to write to him since he loves the BB FIRST (I can’t stop laughing at it!) as we do. I will and give him the link to Weekly Reporter.
    BTW, I love his articles :)

  115. The Levi Page Show
    Date/Time: 3/22/2009 10PM EST/9 CST/8 MST/7 PST
    Category: Current Events
    Call-in Number: (347) 838-9781

    Sheryl McCollum w/ Cold Case Investigative Research Institute discusses the Chandra Levy murder case. Crime writers Diane Fanning, Dennis Griffin and Burl Barer discuss the Caylee Anthony case, the search for Haleigh Cummings & the latest in the case of Drew Peterson. We take listener calls @ 347-383-9781.

  116. Cyrhla – Thomas Burek is based out of the area, so I imagine that’s why not much has been heard from him. He did once say he would be packed and ready to come back here when needed, since he will be responsible for following this case through to the end.

    P.S. I noted your request. ;-)

  117. Thanks, Cyrhla. I uploaded the PDF to my Scribd account and I’ll add a link from the documents page.

  118. rescueapet Says:

    March 21, 2009 at 10:45 am
    I was looking over some of the reviews for Addiction, and came across this one – which is the very first one! Coincidently, this reviewer has the same first name and last initial as Elizabeth Brodsky. Amazing.

    I’ll just post my favorite part. Chuckle, chuckle. Someone is really stuck on herself:

    elizabeth b.
    Wilmette, IL

    ….The staff is really friendly and they actually came and talked to us. The owner who was a really sharp looking woman, greeted us and chatted about the bar for a little…

    ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

    How child like and immature are these Brodsky people to engage in these type of silly anecdotes.

    Now the news is out Joel Brodsky/Mrs Brodsky (ahem) own this Bar one can only wonder if Joels “fame” will attract the so desired increase in patronage.

    LMAO !!

  119. From early interview on CNN.com

    http://transcripts.cnn.com/TRANSCRIPTS/0711/08/ng.01.html

    UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: How in the world did he get away with dating a 17-year-old girl? It is illegal in Illinois. If an 18-year-old boy is caught having sex with a 17-year-old girl, he is arrested and then has to register a sex offender. How did he get away with it?

    LALAMA: That`s a good question. But Joe Hosey from “The Herald News,” my understanding is he claims he went to the department, said, I have a 17-year-old girlfriend, and they said, No problem, right?

    JOE HOSEY, “HERALD NEWS”: I don`t think he necessarily went to the department. The department found out about it, and they went to the state`s attorney`s office, he says, and he was given an opinion that it was OK. The problem — she was 17, he was 47. That`s legal unless he`s in a position of authority. The department was saying as a police officer, he`s in a position of authority, but apparently, the state`s attorney`s office felt otherwise.

    It is something new for me. I have always though the BBPD had accepted the situation and now I have learnt this is the state’s attorney who helped/ignored sth [again] (!).

    So Drew wasn’t in postion of authority with 30-year difference and Yelton with 5-year difference of age was, right?

  120. Involvement of some sort at ISP likely? They ‘investigated’ Kitty’s death, didn’t they? I firmly believe that despite his alleged boast of ‘committing the perfect crime’ and calling LE a bunch of F’in idiots, he knew he had help.

  121. The trouble with half these stories is that most of them are Drews account of events, which is totally meaningless as Drew only ever relates whatever keeps his nose clean.

    One day we will hear the real truth about the early Drew/Stacy relationship and it is not going to be pretty !

  122. Videos pretty much need to be on Youtube or another public “upload-it-yourself” site for me to be able to add them to the video library, or the Vodpod thingy in the sidebar.

    Whatever happened to Ric Mims, anyway?

  123. I was wondering that myself. Last I can remember he was DJing and had a baby granddaughter, I think. Yonks ago.

  124. Jeff Tomczak served as WCST between 2000 and 2004, so I am sure Bucket, it was the same person. What a coincidence, right? ;)

  125. http://www.jefftomczak.com/biography.html

    Tomczak organized Will County’s first Faith Based Advisory Council, chaired the Will County Juvenile Justice Council, Will County Children’s Advocacy Center, Petan Victim’s Fund, was past Chairman of the Policy Prevention Board, was a member of the Family Violence Coordinating Council.

    What made me laugh: 20 years od success http://www.jefftomczak.com/resume.html

    A man with great experience and knowledge who cannot recognize on what side of body livor mortis should be and it was moved after dead.

  126. Sounds like the perfect candidate for Drew to nominate as Guardian ad Litem.

    WTF? Policy Prevention Board???

  127. cyrhla Says:

    March 21, 2009 at 6:32 pm

    http://www.jefftomczak.com/biography.html

    Tomczak organized Will County’s first Faith Based Advisory Council, chaired the Will County Juvenile Justice Council, Will County Children’s Advocacy Center, Petan Victim’s Fund, was past Chairman of the Policy Prevention Board, was a member of the Family Violence Coordinating Council.

    What made me laugh: 20 years od success http://www.jefftomczak.com/resume.html

    A man with great experience and knowledge who cannot recognize on what side of body livor mortis should be and it was moved after dead.

    ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

    Yes utterly disgraceful isn’t it !

    And all this would have stayed swept under the carpet if Drew hadn’t outdone himself in his arrogance to think he could just keep doing what he was doing (!!)

  128. I wonder if anyone of those people who helped Drew will ever be punished or just will go on like Drew, thinking they did their best?

  129. A man with great experience and knowledge who cannot recognize on what side of body livor mortis should be and it was moved after dead.

    +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

    I’m just trying to work out what would have been the “quid pro quo” (there is that word again)for Tomczak to let Drew get away with murdering his (3rd) wife.

    Must be very deep seated corruption in the upper echalons otherwise it doesn’t make any sense !!

  130. Jeff Tomczak began his legal career as an Assistant State’s Attorney for Will County (Illinois) in 1986, and became the Chief of the Narcotics Prosecution Unit three years later.

    1985/”Drew Peterson was fired from the Bolingbrook Police Department after the village board of police and fire commissioners found him guilty of disobedience, conducting a self-assigned investigation, failure to report a bribe immediately and official misconduct. He had been indicted two months earlier on charges of official misconduct and failure to report a bribe. Peterson was working under the auspices of the Metropolitan Area Narcotics Squad at the time. Indictments alleged he solicited drugs in exchange for information about his agency.”
    1986/”The charges later were dropped. Special prosecutor Raymond Bolden said at the time the charges were not provable. Drew Peterson won reinstatement with the department in March 1986. Judge Edwin Grabiec ruled police and fire commissioners lacked sufficient evidence to find Peterson guilty of the charges.”

  131. 1986 must have been a very important year. Beside all above, Mayor Claar was elected the King of BB for the following 23 years :)

  132. The review comments of Addiction are a hoot. I spent some of yesterday reading them (my favorite included B.B. in Chicago 12/12/2008 … The owner is crazy though. Overall a good addition to the nieghborhood.)

    http://www.yelp.com/biz/addiction-sports-bar-chicago (Just in case the rest of you want to waste a few minutes of your life.)

    I’m guessing the same marketing genius who chose the name Addiction decided to Tweet to save the bar and have the bar linked to Drew Peterson, suspected murderer.

    P.S. Love this look. Wasn’t sure if I needed to wait a week to let you know.

  133. Heh, or print up a bunch of shirts for Addiction Bar and Grill with a big pic of Drew kissing Joel’s bald head on them.

    …the plug will not be connected in any way to Drew Peterson or his attorney.

  134. Then Randy Miller received an e-mail which he read on the air verbatim:

    “To Randy Miller. This will confirm that you will be plugging the following establishment at least two times tomorrow and two times on Friday and that the plug will not be connected in any way to Drew Peterson or his attorney. The establishment is … Bar and Lounge which has the absolute best chicken wings in the city. A great place to drink, eat listen to music, and watch the game.”

    A personal affirmation that you went there and loved the wings would be good.

    Please confirm this agreement and I will confirm Drew’s cooperation on tomorrow’s show.”

    ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

    I can hardly believe my eyes Joel Brodsky would confirm his shady dealings in an email !!

    And this man is thinking of defending a two time (possibly more) murderer in a high profile case ???

  135. cyrhla Says:

    March 21, 2009 at 7:48 pm
    I wonder who helped Brodsky when he was in trouble?

    ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

    At the time Joel Brodsky had a Chicago Police Officer attest to his “good character”

    Hmmmm how many Chicago Police officers know about Joel Brodsky’s “good character” ??

  136. Peterson was a good policeman.Only good people all around and two women are dead:)

    Isn’t it funny (in fact it isn’t)that some judges do not want to accept the man was abusive and you have to submit tons of testimonies, but they drop all the charges basing on one person saying the man is GOOD?

    Did Brodsky and Peterson have the same people to testify? LOL

  137. FYI – a little birdy told me we might be reading about wing-gate in the papers, but not until after Monday…if it happens.

  138. The staff is really friendly and they actually came and talked to us. The owner who was a really sharp looking woman, greeted us and chatted about the bar for a little…

    ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

    The sharp looking owner will greet you and chat about the bar.

    Will she chat about the projected turnover, their Media advertising campaign or the dividend pay out on her investment ?

  139. A couple twitters from last night.

    neilschori@elliebrod OK…would you trust Drew with your daughter?

    about 22 hours ago from web

    Elliebrod@neilschori No, but honestly, I don’t trust anyone with my daughters! I thought them self respect and confidence and knowledge which =power!

    about 22 hours ago from TwitterFon in reply to neilschori

  140. OT — Stolen from another board regarding the Haleigh Cummings case.

    Cobra, the bounty hunter who is involved in her case is talking here.

    Some bad language, so you might want to make sure your child who repeats everything is not around when you listen to it.

    [audio src="http://imgsrv.thesky973.com/image/wsky/UserFiles/File/SNWCOB1cobra.mp3" /]

  141. One resident recalled his campaigning in her neighborhood early in his political career. When she asked what he did, he replied, “I get things done.”

    Since then, she said, that has meant intimidation tactics including sending police to shine search lights into the windows of his last opponent’s home late at night.

    When The Bolingbrook Sun asked about it last week, Claar said that was the first he’d heard of the incident with write-in candidate Bob Abrams. He did not order it and would not condone it, he said.

    http://www.suburbanchicagonews.com/bolingbrooksun/news/1489453,4_1_JO22_BOLRACE_S1.article

    Drew used to drop into Mayor house to talk about ‘town’ issues, right? ;)

  142. Do they have anything in common?

    Robert Abrams

    Robin Renea Abrams
    To this day, Robin’s mother, Barbara Abrams, thinks someone wanted her daughter gone for fighting back, said NCMA founder Kym Pasqualini. “This case is very disturbing because her boyfriend was a law enforcement officer.”

    A Will County grand jury ordered the officer and his stepbrother to submit hair and blood samples and appear in a line-up.

    Their lawyers argued the two weren’t charged with a crime, so the subpoenas were too broad. The Illinois Supreme Court agreed.

    Recently, the case was reopened under a $455,000 federal grant received by Will County State’s Attorney Jim Glasgow’s office, targeting some 155 cold cases.

  143. ? You have to be charged to donate samples or be in a line-up??

    Today is Mothers’ Day in the UK, and I am a lucky Mum to have all 3 of my children with me. I invite you to join me in remembering Kitty and Stacy and Lisa among the millions of mothers around the world who are separated from their children by domestic violence, war, slavery, illness, poverty and injustice.

  144. Recently, the case was reopened under a $455,000 federal grant received by Will County State’s Attorney Jim Glasgow’s office, targeting some 155 cold cases.

    ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

    OH MY – Just let that sink in for a minute and realize what is written here !!

  145. I wonder if Dr Dan (?) the psychology expert/rehab guy who has a bar gave them the idea for the name Addiction.

    That’s 3 in a row, but it’s not my record lol

  146. I wonder…How many days of freedom does the two time murderer have ??

    I wonder…Is he going crazy not knowing when he is going to be arrested ??

    Oh Happy Day ! ;)

  147. Wonder, the time is coming soon, I am sure about it seeing what is going on in the media. IMO, it will be soon after the election. Until then I hope Claar will retire.
    Is he going crazy? I do not think so. He must be conviced he will be arested, pays the bound at once and be free for a long time. After he had managed to get rid of so many things he may be convinced nothing gonna happened to him.
    IMO he is wrong. I think all the campaign against Claar will start on Monday, Tuesday and he will resign.
    We will see. I would like to be right:)

    BTW, I can’t wait for the final list of people starting at the election.

  148. I, too, think things are winding down and a conclusion is coming soon. It doesn’t appear that the GJ is meeting anymore. So, obviously, something was resolved during the long, continuous session. Peterson, himself, apparently told his house guest, which she relayed to her father, that he probably would get arrested, but would bond out. I wouldn’t hold much stock in what Brodsky has said many times, that an arrest will never, ever happen, since we’ve seen what a lying sack of shit he is.

    I don’t think Peterson is going crazy,I think he is crazy. All that Livin’ La Vida Loca hasn’t worked well for him!

  149. At Geoff Pinkus’ request we have removed his email excerpt from the main post.

    Initially he gave us permission to take it public (we wouldn’t have used it otherwise), but Joel Brodsky has threatened him with legal action.

    We appreciate Geoff’s honesty and directness in his dealing with that slimeball and wish him all the best.

  150. I guess that’s pure Brodsky style. Didn’t he try to get Joe Hosey fired when he didn’t like Drew’s coverage?

  151. Quelle suprise! The loudmouth jerky POS attorney is threatening someone with legal action for doing nothing more than quoting him verbatim.

    Nobody damaged your business. Look at the reviews, you wife’s twitters. So. What grounds? You make people sign the Official Secrets Act?

    You just keep on dippin those wings in mommyblood because it’s OK if no one finds out. ;-)

    Prosecutors are going to squash you like a bug, you just wait and see.

  152. Facs – Yeah, that’s just what we heard recently on Susan Murphy Milano’s blogtalkradio show. Brodsky called Hosey’s boss and said something about hack and computer in the same sentence.

  153. We had such good intentions wanting to advertise his bar!we were helping Liz to redesign it and increase her profits taking a huge group of our friends with us. We did not even want anything in reward. No Drew speaking, dancing, singing, whatever. What an ungreatful man! And now we will be probably blamed for his second divorce…

  154. justanotherhen Says:

    March 22, 2009 at 9:44 am
    Recently, the case was reopened under a $455,000 federal grant received by Will County State’s Attorney Jim Glasgow’s office, targeting some 155 cold cases.

    ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

    I’m still stuck on this particular piece of news, which I think is absolutely riveting, especially if you know how hard it is to receive these type of Grants !

    Targeting 155 cold cases !!!!!

    God Bless James Glasgow and all the amazing work he is doing !!

  155. cyrhla Says:

    March 22, 2009 at 5:22 pm
    Justanotherhen, the information comes from 2007.

    ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

    How far back in 2007 cyrhla ?

    Pre or post the disappearance of Stacy ???

  156. cyrhla Says:

    March 22, 2009 at 5:32 pm

    http://www.suntimes.com/news/metro/missing/613521,cst-nws-abrams21.stng

    October 21, 2007

    +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

    THANK YOU –

    Looks like the grant was well before Stacy going missing, so James Glasgow was already looking into cold cases well before Drew decided to attract attention to himself (!!)

    Nevertheless 155 cold cases seems an awful lot for a fairly small State like Illinois.

    Does anyone know how that figure compares to other States ??

  157. Who believes Drew Peterson is NOT guilty? I have a bridge in Brooklyn for sale!
    9:28 PM Mar 16th from TwitterFon

    http://twitter.com/Elliebrod

    **************

    Maybe Mr. Brodsky should spend some time explaining to his client why his wife is sending out twitters like this and leave the media types alone that don’t kiss his client’s ass.

  158. Reminder

    ******************

    facsmiley Says:

    The Levi Page Show
    Date/Time: 3/22/2009 10PM EST/9 CST/8 MST/7 PST
    Category: Current Events
    Call-in Number: (347) 838-9781

    Sheryl McCollum w/ Cold Case Investigative Research Institute discusses the Chandra Levy murder case. Crime writers Diane Fanning, Dennis Griffin and Burl Barer discuss the Caylee Anthony case, the search for Haleigh Cummings & the latest in the case of Drew Peterson. We take listener calls @ 347-383-9781.

  159. Oke murder rate Chicago:
    33 out of 100.000

    Detroit
    52.9 per 100.000

    Highest:
    District of Columbia
    70 out of 100.000

  160. No sorry, these figures are murder rates and per City only, not per State either !

    Cant’ see anything about percentages on unsolved murders or cold cases so far, but I’m still looking ……….

  161. Should we establish a Joel A.(heh heh)Brodsky Defense Fund to defend Hosey, Wahlberg, Pinkus, Miller, Eliz Brodsky, Facs, Rescue et al from Joel A. Brodsky? …nothing ambitious, perhaps enough to cover the cost of chaining him to a table somewhere out of the way with his blackerry just out of reach (put it up high lol)so he can’t get into more trouble, and a box of chocs with a friendly note of encouragement to the victims. lol

  162. Thank you cyrhla !

    Staggering figures – crime figures in the South are nearly more than double than anywhere else.

    Anyway I was hoping to see if there were any pockets of unsolved murders/cold cases around Drews stomping ground (other than the two we already know about) to get an idea if States Attorney James Glasgow may be able to cross some of them off his list in the very near future (!!)

    Oh well, just the fact a small community like Bolingbrook having two unsolved murders and both linked to the same person is already a bit of a novelty as what are the changes of that being a complete coincidence ??

  163. Are there any Radio Stations, T.V. Stations, Book Publishers, Journalists left that Drew and Joel did not want to try bully/corrupt over the past 18 months ???

  164. I’m dying to see if they pitch up anywhere to respond to wing-gate. You guys notice DP wearing Mr-Rebel-in-a-leather jacket/ I’m a radio personality with ‘cans’ on (headphones)at the top of the thread. Gawd, I wouldn’t be surprised if he keeps logging on here to look at himself.lol

  165. http://murphymilanojournal.blogspot.com/2009/03/drew-petersons-latest-addictions.html

    Drew Peterson’s Latest Addictions?

    Besides being addicted to power, control abuse and murder? Drew Peterson’s latest appetite includes burgers, fries and greasy pre-packaged chicken wings washed down with several vodka gimlets.

    Last week Peterson took his dolls and dishes elsewhere when WGN’s Randy Miller said no way to plugging the pre-packaged food on his show. As most abusers, when someone doesn’t do as they are told, you get punished. So Peterson attempted to punish Randy Miller and stiffed him the day of the interview….

  166. Just one little comment more about E.Brodsky’s Twitter: Noway gives her too much credit. I can’t believe it was any kind of poll….she just ran with Noway’s suggestion.
    1. You ask a question when you want a reply.
    2. Looks like it was for the consumption of her twitter-mates Lance and Martha…in case anyone knows who she’s married to, she’s distancing herself from the mommykiller. It’s about her, not polling public opinion.

  167. Thanks for the link, facsmiley :)

    Drew’s additions are so clear as his connections with different people in authority.
    We could see from his court papers and other documents that lots of facts were ignored, changed or missing. The list is long. Much too long.

    What makes me angry about it, except lack of justice, is that all these people have been in power for so long and still have opportunity to do these things. They are still judges, mayors, investigators, businessmen and run their posperous lives. Is that why Drew feels so sure he will never be sentenced?

  168. Good morning…….Hmmmmmmmmm I wonder…When will the announcement for DP’s indictment arrive ??

    I wonder…How will it arrive ?

    I wonder…Will there be a press conference ?

    I wonder…Will he be taken into custody without incident ?

    Hmmmmmmmm so many things to wonder about. ;)

  169. The injustice of this entire case just cries out to be heard. I can’t believe this two time murderer is still free to continue on his criminal path to god knows what else. It makes me want to kick him in the balls and say “Whew Ok, now I feel better”…

    I’ll just apologize now..I am feeling wicked today ;)

  170. Wanted to share a Facebook message from Tom Morphey’s sister:

    Sue Cathcart wrote
    at 8:37pm yesterday

    I am one of Tom Morphey’s sisters and (unfortunately) related to dumbass Drew by marriage. The entire Morphey family is anxiously awaiting SOMETHING to put this murderer away! It is incomprehensible that Drew is walking around a free man, destroying the lives of his innocent children and mocking the justice system. I pray for some closure for Kathleen & Stacy’s families, and normalcy for the Morphey family. Thanks to everyone who has encouraged and supported my brother, Tommy, during this difficult time for him!

  171. Please, read this:

    http://murphymilanojournal.blogspot.com/2008/10/no-justice-as-victims-left-to-die-in.html

    Timeline of Events

    July 24, 2005- According to the Kankakee State’s Attorney’s Office, a 93-year-old, legally blind and handicapped woman is sexually assaulted at the River Valley Supportive Living Facility in Kankakee County. [Journal, July 31, 2005]

    August 15, 2005- The Kankakee County State’s Attorney’s Office presents a Bill of Indictment handed down by the grand jury for three counts of sexual assault against Jason Thomas Curl (DOB 11/09/1982). [Kankakee County Court Records, Case No. 05-CF-435]

    October 17, 2007- Jeff Tomczak is hired by defendant Jason Thomas Curl as his attorney, after his first attorney quit in order to go on a one-year sabbatical.

    March 11, 2008- The People of the State of Illinois (Case 05-CF-435) is set for trial on August 18, 2008.

    July 16, 2008- Jamie Boyd receives a contribution of $500 (the second largest contribution of the campaign for Kankakee County State’s Attorney) from the Law Office of Jeff Tomczak, P.C.

    August 18, 2008- Defense attorney Jeff Tomczak asks for yet another delay for trial. Jamie Boyd and the State’s Attorney Office of Kankakee County do not object to the delay.

    In the meantime, a no, 26-year old Curl, accused sexual predator has been out of jail on bond, free and awaiting a trial that may never come. If Curl’s accuser dies prior to her being able to testify, or her lucidity is called into question again by the defense due to her age, it is likely that charges will dropped.A former prosecutorial and political powerhouse, Jeff Tomczak knows how to play ball. And so it seems does a man who holds an office that I consider, important. A State’s Attorney is a gatekeeper. And when a gatekeeper allows a sexual predator to walk the streets, we are all in danger.
    ————

    It’s unbelievable! Not only as a story itself but that this creature, Jeff Tomczak, claims he serves abused people! Shame!

  172. No, no, no…he abuses ‘served’ people. He was just doing his job as a defense attorney. The adversarial system not really working out well for actual justice, is it?

  173. Heh, Contempt. BTW, I realize the thread is getting very long. We should have a new post up tomorrow or so. We’re just waiting for inspiration (or an arrest).

  174. LMAO … I see elliebrod has now protected her Titter page.

    Was Lizzie Brodsky’s original Tweet about how guilty Drew is posted on Neil Schori’s Twitter page?

    I wonder if it could have been Joel Brodsky making the Peterson Tweets.

  175. Bucket … lol … well, they’re not breaking any firecodes with the number of people in the place!

    This must have been a Friday night. Their busy nights are Thursdays. :D

  176. Noway – I am laughing so hard right now. Sometimes things drop a little south as we get older. At least your’s only dropped one post down as some people’s w’s drop 3-5 posts down!! :D

  177. @todayshow hey guys it’s your biggest fan Elizabeth Brodsky( Joel brodskys wife), say hello to matt Immerman 4 me!

    3 minutes ago from Tweetie

    Today show has 32,094 followers, but I’m sure they’ll make sure to let Matt know that Liz says, “hi”.

  178. OK. Now I understand how she can be married to/partnered with JB; they’re both delusional! ;-)

    And don’t be harsh, facs – perhaps Mr. Immerman likes pancakes!

  179. OK. Now I understand how she can be married to/partnered with JB; they’re both delusional! ;-)

    And don’t be harsh, facs – perhaps she knows Mr. Immerman likes pancakes!

  180. A local missing person case resolved, but sadly:

    Body found in river identified as missing Wisconsin man

    By KATE SCHOTT – kschott@daily-chronicle.com

    A body found in the Kishwaukee River on Sunday has been identified as a Wisconsin man who was last seen in DeKalb on Christmas Day.

    The body of James C. Verduin was found about 2:45 p.m. Sunday in the river near Hopkins Park in DeKalb. DeKalb County Coroner Dennis Miller identified Verduin during an autopsy performed Monday.

    Preliminary autopsy results show Verduin, 56, drowned, Miller said.

    “We don’t suspect any foul play,” Miller said, adding there were no wounds, bruises or other marks on the body. “There was no sign of a struggle.”

    Verduin, of West Allis, Wis., was expected to attend a family gathering Dec. 27, but left a message for his family that he needed some time away by himself, his brother, Bill Verduin, told the Daily Chronicle in January. The family is not sure why he was in the DeKalb area on Christmas Day, when he was involved in a one-car accident on Interstate 88.

    After his car crashed into a tollway truss, it was towed from the scene, and the tow truck driver dropped Verduin off at the Best Western DeKalb Inn & Suites, police said…

    http://www.daily-chronicle.com/articles/2009/03/23/88846238/index.xml

  181. Good morning:)
    I found a tapescript of an interesting interview related to the Foxes’ story. I find it interesting not only because of Jeff Tomczak’s involvement in it again (how to win the 2004 election)but also some information on DNA tests. They say you have problems with identifying DNA after body has been in water for longer time and that they have to use special Y STR method which has been just recently introduced do police laboratories. However, it takes even up to 8 months to have the test done.
    The other story is the way the police were interviewing Fox. It looked the same to me as with Thomas Morphey.

    http://www.bc.edu/bc_org/rvp/pubaf/08/Burgess_2020.pdf

  182. John Paul Carroll who has joined Joel Brodsky in representing Peterson with returning his properity is also a licensed private detective in Illinois.

    http://www.johnpaulcarroll.com/firm_overview.php

    I wonder if he is going to defend Drew.
    “If you want to fight the charges against you, John Paul Carroll should be the first choice for the defense. ”

    “[...] As a former Chicago Police Homicide Detective, undercover narcotics officer assigned to the federal Drug Enforcement Administration and a criminal prosecutor in Chicago, Mr. Carroll brings a unique perspective to the courtroom. He knows through personal experience the legal limitations the police and prosecutors must obey and he can identify and exploit any violations of those legal boundaries. This experience brings a tremendous advantage to those under the cloud of a serious criminal accusation, a situation where the outcome can change your life and drastically affect your future.[...]”

    John Paul Carroll received his Juris Doctor from the John Marshall Law School in Chicago while working as a detective in the Chicago Police Department in the elite Homicide/ Sex unit.

    His work with the Chicago Police Department began as a uniformed officer and resulted in a promotion to detective after just two years. Initially assigned to the Intelligence Section, Mr. Carroll was soon loaned out to the federal Drug Enforcement Administration where he served as an undercover narcotics agent making buys of cocaine and heroin in Illinois, Wisconsin and Indiana.

    After finishing his law degree, Mr. Carroll took a leave of absence from the police department and accepted a position as a Cook County Assistant State’s attorney, prosecuting criminals in Chicago. Ultimately he formed his own law firm specializing in criminal defense and major personal injury cases. In Connecticut, while his wife completed her medical residency at Yale, he was appointed by the State to be a Special Public Defender for serious felony cases.

    In seven of his personal injury cases he secured settlements in excess of 1 million dollars. His largest court award was for $12,000,000, awarded in a personal injury case.
    He holds a private detective license in Illinois (#115-000883) and is a member of the Bar in Illinois and Connecticut. He has both U.S. and Irish citizenship, and is conversant in Spanish.

    John Paul Carroll has handled numerous cases involving the death penalty, white collar crime, narcotics, murder and serious personal injury. Mr. Carroll’s straightforward approach is as an experienced criminal trial attorney, who has spent over thirty years in the courtroom. His unique background as a Chicago Police Department officer, private investigator and prosecutor affords him a multi-dimensional perspective on your case. After review of your specific issue, he will consider accepting your case only if you are interested in fighting the accusations against you.

    Serious Criminal Defense

    John Paul Carroll has represented five different men in death penalty cases, either at the trial or appellate level. He has argued two death penalty cases before the Supreme Court of Illinois. His other clients were charged with crimes including murder, narcotics violations, robbery and white collar crime. Mr. Carroll has won Not Guilty verdicts in both state and federal courts.

    Chicago Private Investigation Services

    Mr. Carroll is a licensed private detective in Illinois, and has operatives throughout Naperville, Chicago, and the entire state. With his unique background as a Chicago police officer, and current experience as a lawyer, he knows the law. He understands the implications of an improperly conducted private investigation and so he aggressively, yet carefully, conducts this work. He directly supervises all investigations of his operatives.
    Fees for the private investigation services are $100.00 an hour, with a minimum of three hours per case assignment.

    Defense in a murder prosecution :: $25,000
    Defense in a death penalty case :: $50,000

  183. If you think it is too long, please, leave just a link. I haven’t realized it will take so much space here ;). I found his profile very interesting.

  184. I have no idea, noway, but I suppose so. The same last name as of James B Carroll (Drew’s uncle) who took over the control over Kathleen’s money. I will try to find out what is the relationship between these two men.

  185. hmmmm. I know a little bit about US citizenship. Was he born in Ireland of American parents? Because that is the only way you can legitimately hold both passports. In the USA you cannot be a citizen of the US and somewhere else. If born abroad of at least one American parent, he has a choice. He would be recognised as an Irish/American co-national, but it is not allowed to be a citizen of US and somewhere else. It is America’s rule. Most countries are happy to recognise both. If he is indeed a citizen of Eire, I think the US government would prefer if he made the declaration to renounce it.

    Otherwise, narcotics,eh?

  186. “I have no idea, noway, but I suppose so. The same last name as of James B Carroll (Drew’s uncle) who took over the control over Kathleen’s money. I will try to find out what is the relationship between these two men.”

    Rescue, that was the man who was the executor (sic!) and the other one helping Brodsky was John Paul Carroll of whose website excerpts I cited above.

  187. noway406 Says:

    March 23, 2009 at 2:17 pm
    LMAO … I see elliebrod has now protected her Titter page.

    Was Lizzie Brodsky’s original Tweet about how guilty Drew is posted on Neil Schori’s Twitter page?

    I wonder if it could have been Joel Brodsky making the Peterson Tweets.
    _____________________________________________
    Isn’t is obvious, Hosey has hacked into Lizzie’s tweeter acct and started sending strange messages…(I’m sure that is Brodsky’s explaination!)

  188. http://www.prnewschannel.com/absolutenm/templates/?a=1297&z=4

    Rod Blagojevich to Fill-in as Host on Top Chicago Radio Program
    The former governor accepts invitation to guest host on popular morning radio show.
    thepublicityagency.com – March 24, 2009

    (PRNewsChannel) / Chicago, Ill. / He’s done dozens of interviews since being thrust into the national spotlight–and countless more during his political days. Now, for the first time, former Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich will ask the questions when he takes over as guest host on a top Chicago-area radio station, the PR firm that represents the former governor confirmed today.

    Blagojevich will fill in Wednesday morning for the vacationing Don Wade and Roma – “the dynamic duo” on WLS 890 AM…

    …Guests for Blagojevich’s fill-in show will be announced later today, Selig says.

    Are you thinking what I’m thinking? No. Please not….just….no.

  189. I wonder…Will the disgraced ex gov take questions on haircare ?? It is all he is qualified to talk about ! LMAO

  190. You can see here a reason for Duckhead to be worried about his mom talking to GJ or anyone else. I don’t mean to be unkind when I suggest that for one reason or another his 80yr old may not have been fully engaged ;-) with the Savio estate. One reason or another…..

  191. Just realized I won’t be here on Thursday. ;)

    So cyrhla, back to my original question: Is John Paul Carroll related to Drew?

    I knew that James B. Carroll was Drew’s uncle (in charge of Kathleen’s estate). Is John Paul also brother to Betty and James B.?

  192. RE: Rod Blagojevich to Fill-in as Host
    We are not the only ones calling Sellit out on his slipshod writings.
    DiPs “dream team” sure turned into the “delusion team”

    from capitolfaxblog:

    Ryan Hermes – Tuesday, Mar 24, 09 @ 8:21 am:
    Nice proofreading on that release
    “He thinks fast on his feet, is *energenic* and knows…”
    ——————–
    – Yellow Dog Democrat – Tuesday, Mar 24, 09 @ 8:31 am:
    He thinks fast on his feet, is energenic and knows how to speak about complicated subjects so that anyone can understand what he’s saying.
    Translation: He’s a face-paced liar who understands that the easiest lie to tell people is the one they want to hear.
    And thank you Ryan Hermes. I thought someone slipped “energenic” into the dictionary while I wasn’t looking.

    Perhaps Selig hopes to coin a new term
    en-er-GEN-ic: adj. 1. neurotically hyperactive; 2. sociopathic juggernaut; 3. One whose genetic make-up enables their mouth to tell unceasing lies at the speed of sound

    ——————
    also
    dan l – Tuesday, Mar 24, 09 @ 9:16 am:
    Any chance he’ll team up with Drew Peterson? Rod And Drew in the Mornings? Or maybe call the show “the league of wrongfully accused gentlemen

    There are some pretty funny comments there.

    http://thecapitolfaxblog.com/2009/03/24/wls-loses-its-mind/

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