Judge Bibaud Is Calling Turtleboy A Liar, And The State Police Higher Ups Just Randomly Redacted His Daughter’s Arrest Report
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Judge Tim Bibaud is denying any involvement in the coverup of his daughter Alli’s arrest report, in which the phrase “do you know how many dicks I had to suck” was redacted per orders of Major Susan Anderson:
Dudley District Court Judge Tim Bibaud is striking back at a claim by a Holden-based blog that he asked authorities to alter his daughter’s arrest report. Speaking to Worcester Magazine, Bibaud addressed the allegation in a blog post by Turtleboy Sports, that Bibaud sought the removal of an embarrassing comment allegedly made by his daughter, Alli, during her drug arrest earlier this month, from a State Police report.
“It’s a bald-faced lie that I orchestrated it,” Bibaud said.
According to the post on Turtleboy Sports yesterday, Bibaud was arrested recently on several charges, including heroin possession. While she was being taken into custody, and her heroin was taken away, Bibaud allegedly remarked, “Do you know how many people I had to [perform a sex act with] to get that?”
No, none of this is “according to Turtleboy.” This was according to State Troopers who spoke anonymously through Turtleboy. Of course this article was published by Worcester Magazine editor Walter Bird, who is still mad at us because we published several allegations from women who were accusing him of sexual harassment.
Judge denies asking for daughter's arrest report to be altered https://t.co/anOnPor91i @TweetWorcester @worcesterda @CharterTV3 @mariastephanos @Fox25NewsFeed @MassStatePolice pic.twitter.com/BMcGBwsMpA
— Worcester Magazine (@worcestermag) October 27, 2017
That line, according to the blog, which also published Worcester Magazine content without permission, was removed from the report. The blog alleged Bibaud first reached out to Early, who then contacted State Police Col. Rick McKeon. The colonel then alleged instructed State Police Major Susan Anderson to alter the report. While Early’s office has declined comment to Worcester Magazine, State Police spokesperson Dave Procopio released a lengthy statement to the newspaper that was published online last night. In it, Procopio acknowledged the report was changed, saying it was standard practice for supervisors to make “appropriate revisions” to be made to police reports.
So we were right. The report was changed. Turns out Turtleboy is real news after all.
I believe the judge!! Everyone knows that Turtleboy Sports is fake news!! The only people who read it are white trash cousin fuckers!! pic.twitter.com/5X4SJqzKro
— Party Waren Kebber (@WebbDawgTG) October 28, 2017
In a phone interview with Worcester Magazine today, Bibaud said he has not seen any copies of his daughter’s arrest report, and that he did not ask anyone to make any changes. Bibaud said he first became aware of the report in a phone call from Worcester Judge Michael Allard-Maddaus, who he said told him the report was “outrageous.” He said he was later told the report had been changed.
“I absolutely, vehemently deny making any contact with anybody [to alter the report],” Bibaud said. “The first I heard of it was Monday night, driving back from Pennsylvania when [Maddaus] called. He said they did that to the report. It wasn’t even an issue for me.”
Wait…..Monday night? He heard about it Monday night?? But we didn’t blog about it until Wednesday night. Keep going your honor…..
In fact, Bibaud said, he was driving back from visiting a long-term care facility for his daughter, who he admitted is “sick.”
“We’re trying our asses off to get her help, to get her into treatment,” Bibaud said.
“I never read the report,” he continued. “I never read the blog. I never had anything to do with contacting the State Police or the DA. My sole concern was toward my kid.”
You didn’t know about the report? You never read the blog? But here’s an email that a turtle rider sent you in which you called them “pure evil”
Keep going your honor…..
“I haven’t talked to Joe Early in months or Col. McKeon in years,” Bibaud said, acknowledging Early as a friend and saying his relationship with McKeon goes back some 30 years. “I did not pick up the phone. I did not call anyone [asking for a favor].”
HAHAHHAHAHAHAHA!!! “It wasn’t me!!” This guy must’ve graduated from the Joe Petty school of PR. Let’s assume for a moment he’s telling the truth, and he never called up Joe Early to ask him to amend the report. That would mean that Colonel McKeon randomly decided to call up Major Anderson and tell her to redact one particular sentence from one random arrest in Worcester. A random of arrest of someone who just happened to be the drug addict daughter of a judge. So he wants us to believe that the man in charge of the MSP goes through EVERY SINGLE ARREST REPORT in Massachusetts on a daily basis and calls up Majors to discipline troopers who have printed embarrassing things defendants have said while under arrest.
Give me a freaking break Judge Whopper!! You don’t actually expect us to believe that do you? Of all the people in this state who were arrested, the one who got the embarrassing statement redacted just so happened to be your daughter. I’ve seen more believable things CNN.
Then came the real whopper:
Bibaud said he returned home last night to find TV news trucks in front of his house, with news crews informing him he was being investigated for altering a police report. He also said he fielded a phone call recently at 2:36 in the morning from a person he said identified himself as being from Turtleboy Sports. Bibaud said the caller said, “You must be proud of your daughter, eh, dad?”
Which one of you assholes did that? Oh wait, none of you did. He’s just turning this on us and trying to victimize himself. SJW 101 stuff. It’s what everyone always does when they get featured in one of our blogs for doing something they’re not supposed to do.
Nevertheless the butthurts are lining up because they smell blood. They think this somehow proves Turtleboy is fake news and the judge is one of our unfortunate victims:
Addiction doesn’t discriminate? Sure it does. It discriminates against people who don’t do it in the first place. Ya know who gets addicted to heroin? People who experiment with it. Ya know who doesn’t? People who don’t touch it. This is like the definition of discrimination.
Then the lawyers came out:
Paging attorney Richard N. Vulva!!
According to other losers Turtleboy is filled with “half truths.” They just can’t seem to name any of these half truths:
Here’s my question – when cops say, “anything you say can be used against you in a court of law,” does that only pertain not non-hilarious statements about handing out felatios in exchange for heroin? Because that’s apparently what they want us to believe with this coverup.