Published: Wednesday, Jan. 16 2013 5:30 p.m. MST
I just wish us law abiding taxpayers could get some of our money back.It
seems Mr.Swallow and his colleagues have taken millions to fight against the federal government.Well the way I see it, our ROI(return on investment)is
netzero.Now we learn he and the same people are involved in cover-up and
inproprietiesbeyond conciousness.I think we need the F.B.I. and an
independent outside source to look into all of Mr.Swallows law firm,
colleagues and consulting partners endeavers over the past 6 yrs.
Follow the money.
A quick end is not what should happen. This mess requires a through, open,
careful investigation by a totally non-partisan body.John Swallow
and his predecessor in the the AG's office both have very long records of
questionable actions. So too, does Mr. Johnson.It's very
interesting to note that the Tribune is doing a much better job of reporting on
all this. In fact, there are new allegations out this morning.This
is a great opportunity to begin rooting out some of the foul smelling antics
that have too long been endemic in Utah politics.
I was surprised to read Swallow did not know about Rawle's affidavit. If
that is the case, how did he get a hold of it and when?
So what's all the fuss about? Sounds like Swallow barely had anything to do
with this, other than referring someone to a lobbyist. Talk about
much-ado-about-NOTHING! Shessh. The Manti Teo conspiracy talk had more substance
than this overblown story.
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