Just Like We Said, Government Officials Claim DA Joe Early Communicated Directly With Colonel McKeon To Redact Alli Bibaud’s Arrest Report
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BiBlow gate might be the biggest story we’ve ever broken at Turtleboy Sports, and it doesn’t appear to be going anywhere anytime soon. Everyone knows that Colonel McKeon jumped on the grenade and “retired” with a $188,000 pension to avoid implicating his co-conspirators in the coverup of Judge Tim Bibaud’s daughter’s arrest report. Obviously he did not find out about the report on his own, and someone clearly told him that he needed to do Judge Bibaud a solid and help his daughter avoid further embarrassment.
We said from the beginning that it was District Attorney Joe Early doing his buddy and former coworker Tim Bibaud a solid by forcing troopers to redact pertinent information from Alli Bibaud’s arrest report that could embarrass her.
DA Early with Judge Timothy M. Bibaud at his swearing in as the presiding judge in Dudley District Court. pic.twitter.com/fQRkt4VUZ3
— Joseph D. Early Jr. (@worcesterda) December 6, 2013
Alli Bibaud also used to work for the DA’s office, and clearly she has influence.
If you don’t think he was involved in this then I have a horse ranch in Nantucket I’d like to sell you.
Now we find out that Joe Early agreed with Alli’s lawyer to impound the original police report:
The case against Ms. Bibaud was filed Oct. 17, when the criminal complaint was issued at Central District Court in Worcester. That day, the defendant’s lawyer filed a motion to impound the police report, and the motion was not opposed by the Worcester district attorney’s office.
And the stuff that was taken out of it just so happened to be the same stuff that Colonel McKeon ordered to be taken out of the report:
The Worcester DA’s office filed a motion to redact sections of the police report on Oct. 20. The Sceviour lawsuit alleges that material the court allowed to be redacted from the police report is similar to what the trooper says his commanders wanted removed.
What a coincidence!!!
Early himself said that it was necessary to take out the parts in the report where she offers to sell herself to trooper Sceviour, as well the rhetorical question about how many guys she had to blow to get the heroin she had on her, because it would make her look bad:
In a statement Friday after his office was asked why the DA did not oppose the motion to impound the police report, Mr. Early said the woman “would be at risk from prejudicial pretrial publicity.”
Pretrial publicity? If the report was never changed this trial would not receive ANY publicity!!! Do they think we’re this stupid? Do they expect us to believe that Alli Bibaud is OJ Simpson or Jody Arias? Her case wasn’t gonna get an ounce of media coverage and no one would have any idea she said these things, nor would they care. She’d just be another ratchet caught up in the opiate epidemic.
Then today the Boston Herald revealed that government officials are blowing the whistle on Early and alleging that he communicated with McKeon early on about Alli’s arrest report:
Someone in the Worcester DA’s office communicated with former state police Col. Richard McKeon “early on” about the arrest of a judge’s daughter by state troopers, a government official told the Herald.
“There was communication between both the Worcester District Attorney’s Office and McKeon on the Alli Bibaud case,” the official said yesterday.
The official did not provide further details, including who in District Attorney Joseph D. Early Jr.’s office spoke with McKeon or what specifically prompted McKeon’s order to alter the report, only to say it was “early on” after Bibaud’s Oct. 16 arrest.
Oh look, Turtleboy was right again. Shocking.
Here’s my question – who is gonna investigate Joe Early? Maura Healy? Early’s good friend? These people are all in bed together and could never be trusted to investigate one another. What we really need is an independent outsider to come in and get to the bottom of this. All these people do is scratch each other’s backs, donate to each other’s campaigns, and hold signs for one another, because ultimately they’re all playing for the same team.
Oh, and Charlie Baker is full of shit too:
Baker stressed to reporters — twice — that McKeon said he “initiated” the order to trooper Ryan Sceviour to erase several embarrassing details from the arrest report of Alli Bibaud, the daughter of Dudley District Court Judge Timothy Bibaud.
If you believe a State Police Colonel did this by himself, that would mean that he reads every single arrest report in the entire state. Of course he didn’t do this on his own. Someone asked him to do it, and since he’s a politically appointed hack he did what he thought he was supposed to do.
The bottom line is that Joe Early was involved in this and he’s skating free.