Sexual Harasser Walter Bird Tried To Discredit Turtleboy’s Coverage Of Bibaud Blowgate, Claims Joe Early And Judge Bibaud Dindu Nuffin
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If you wanna see the most pathetic piece of “journalism” ever, check out this propaganda from Wacky Walter Bird:
— Party Waren Kebber (@WebbDawgTG) November 13, 2017
As you can see he has both a pen AND a tiny spiral bound notepad, so clearly he was going to get to the bottom of this.
We completely own the brain of this sad, pathetic man, who clearly wrote this column while drunk. How many times does he wrongly try to out who “Turtleboy” is in that column? It’s quite sad actually. He’s been doing this for a while now (accusing everyone who criticizes him of being “Aidan Kearney”) and everyone’s laughing at him:
Walter’s been trying to discredit us forever because not only did we expose him for being a pervert who constantly hits on politicians he’s covering in local election, but after we won the annual “Best Local Blog” award every year, he got rid of that award and we ended up winning “Best Local News Outlet” instead. Then he claimed we hacked the voting.
He claims we’re just a smut site:
“Can we just stop having that discussion? When you start blogging about fat people with tattoos, who beat up their sisters, we’re not talking about news anymore, so let’s just drop that. It’s an entertaining blog if you like that stuff. It’s not a news site.”
And he cannot believe that a judge would actually give him a story, so naturally he’s going out of his way to cover for him. And he asked a billion questions he never answered as part of his “investigating”:
Did he, on his own, direct subordinates to scrub out alleged comments made by Alli Bibaud, the unfortunately drug-addicted daughter of Judge Tim Bibaud?
In this whole sordid affair involving state police, a judge, his daughter and who knows who else, was the even the colonel outranked?
Is it, however, a controversy?
Then what happened? Perhaps more important is this question: Did anything happen beyond what was supposed to?
Did someone ask McKeon to order the report altered – and, if so, who?
So, did McKeon, on the strength of a 30-year-or-so friendship with Tim Bibaud do something he doesn’t ordinarily do and order those below him to take out what comments he may not have considered relevant to the legal proceedings?
Was the state trooper’s report in the Alli Bibaud case relevant?
But if she, in fact, offered to do the same with her arresting officer, isn’t that akin to bribery? Wouldn’t that be considered relevant?
Is it, in fact, standard procedure, even if there does not appear to be a set practice in place, to edit arrest reports for sensational or salacious content?
Was this special treatment or is it done all the time, regardless of the suspect’s last name?
After babbling on over and over again he ends the column by asking this question:
Did someone go out of their way to ask McKeon to review the report himself and/or order it amended?
The same question he started with and never bothered to answer as part of his “investigation.” But it’s OK though, because Wacky Walter believes him:
Bibaud insists he did not. I believe him.
Well then, case closed!!
Hey Walter, here’s a question – how much would you cover up if we just let hacks like this control the media?
He also interviewed the Worcester Police, who claimed this was routine:
“The supervisor either signs the report as written by the officer, or suggests changes,” Lt. Sean Murtha said. “Generally, the officers make the changes suggested, and the supervisor then signs the report when he or she is happy with it. Supervisors do not make the changes themselves.”
The most important factor sergeants are looking for when reviewing arrest reports, Murtha said, is the presence of probable cause.
Key word – sergeants. A sergeant did look at Alli Bibaud’s report, and he determined that it was fine so he signed off on it. If Walter were a real reporter he’d ask the WPD, “Does the Chief order reports to be altered?” since the Chief is the WPD’s equivalent of the MSP Colonel. But of course the answer is “no,” and Wacky Walter isn’t a real reporter. He’s a sexual harasser who works at a free magazine.
The cop he spoke with also said this:
“Other things they look for,” he said, “are spelling and grammar, explanation of legal points, appropriateness, etc.”
If we were interviewing Lt. Murtha we’d ask him if sergeants check each arrest report for spelling and grammar, what’s up with this arrest report we blogged about in March?
Random capital Letters in the Middle of a Sentence are perfectly Normal. Especially when writing about school “assembles.” So clearly the Lieutenant’s story checks out.
And according to District Attorney Joe Early, who let cop killer Jorge Zambrano out of prison because “jail wasn’t working for him,” he also dindu nuffin:
On Saturday, after he took part in Veterans’ Day services at the Vietnam War Memorial at Greenhill Park in Worcester, Early also adamantly denied asking anyone to change the report. And Bibaud, he said, never asked him to make such a request.
And he answered Walter’s question about whether or not altering arrest reports was standard procedure:
Early was deliberate and adamant in responding to that question, pausing in between each word and using his hand for emphasis.
“All. The. Time.”
He. Used. Periods. A. Lot. Therefore. He. Must. Be. Telling. The. Truth. FAX!!!
Anyway, most of you probably have no idea what Worcester Magazine is, since it’s just a free magazine that they leave at Bushel N’ Peck and hope you’ll pick up so they can justify charging local businesses $2,500 for an a full page ad. But Walter seems to to think he matters because he writes drunken investigative articles like this in order to “outdo” Turtleboy. And by “outdo” he means interview a bunch of hacks and print their lies.