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November 24, 2014


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Posted by gerardvanderleun at November 24, 2014 11:25 AM. This is an entry on the sideblog of American Digest: Check it out.

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What makes it sweet, didja catch the irony? DC had to use all it's schmooze to put together a package that followed The Algebra of Need:

1- Never give away anything for nothing;

2- Always take back whatever you can;

3- Always keep the buyer hungry, always make him wait;

And all sides were "seen" to get something of value, the public view. Allowed them no way to refuse. Backstage they gathered the entrails in buckets. Image comes to mind: Godfather, ""Either your signature on the contract or your brains" I think the PTB, which was a sub tabla cooperation of both sides, they didn't have to get to the horse's head stage.
Too much coffee and chemo lets me go there, the dark side. I'm good with that; I have learned not to stay there long. It's, um, chilly.

On a serious note consider this:

My predictions, the rest of the story:

Back room wheeling and dealing, civil suit and lotsa hush money;
Cop fades from view but the remaining cops won't be walking easy;
Media paid off with the coin of their realm – intel.;
DC comes away with clean hands. Holder fell on his sword; he was half-gone anyway.

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