Sources: Mass State Police Colonel Richard McKeon And At Least One Subordinate Will Be Resigning Over “Do You Know How Many Guys I Had To Blow For That” Scandal
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Multiple reliable sources are reporting to Turtleboy Sports that Colonel Richard McKeon, commander of the Massachusetts State Police, along with at least one subordinate, will be handing in their letters of resignation by this weekend as a result of our blog about the commission of the sentence “Do you know how many guys I had to blow for that” from an arrest report of a Judge’s daughter. The Boston Globe is supposed to be coming out with more details on this, but that’s just what multiple reliable sources from the MSP and other trusted places are telling us.
It was announced earlier today that Governor Charlie Baker and Attorney General Maura Healy have launched a full investigation, and according to our sources Charlie Baker was so pissed about this that he smashed a glass on the floor.
It’s kind of bullshit if the only people to go down for this are MSP higherups. The Colonel definitely deserves what he gets for taking part in this corruption, but it sounds like he’s gonna take one for the team here. The question that goes unanswered is who alerted him to Alli Bibaud’s embarrassing arrest report? Because there’s no way he just found it on his own. Someone made a call. Someone who knew about the report.
Once again, we are simply reporting what three separate reliable sources have told us. Nothing has been released to the public, and it’s quite possible that they hold off after reading this blog. But it’s in the works for sure.
I still don’t get why they did this. What was the point? They knew it was illegal, and it’s not like she’d get leniency because she didn’t say that statement. They all put their careers on the line for a 30 year old junkbox who said something hilarious. Insane.
Anyway, please, tell me more about how Turtleboy Sports isn’t “real news.” This entire story, which is being reported by every major media outlet in the country and overseas, would not exist were it not for the turtle. We’ve created a brand that police officers feel comfortable coming to with critical information they’d never give the MSM. This gives us the ability to report real stories in real time that no one else can. Just a boy on his turtle, exposing corruption and making the world a better place.