Tuesday, April 01, 2008

DeNaples lawyer meets with the Inky

How about this for unusual: Richard Sprague, the attorney for Louis DeNaples, had a lengthy sit-down with the Philadelphia Inquirer's editorial board to talk about the DeNaples case. It's a pretty interesting story for those following the DeNaples matter closely. Will Sprague meet with the Times-Tribune staff next?

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hilarious. These are the guys who have hyperventilated for weeks about Dauphin Co. DA Marsico's "prosecution by press."

Save it for the judge and jury, Dick.

Anonymous said...

Big Louie belongs in jail. But that will never happen.

Anonymous said...

we can dream can't we??????????

Anonymous said...

Awwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwshit! Father Sica says, God bless you.

Anonymous said...

Poor Louie never would have found himself in this mess and lived out his days both beloved and filthy rich had he not gone for the casino brass ring.

But PA ought to have a higher standard for casino ownership than regular mass attendance, promiscuous philanthropy and a probability that the guy wasn't mobbed-up enough to give orders or have someone whacked.

Anonymous said...

OK.

What the hell happened to the post preceding 9:44 about the Bullshead junkyard, the club, the philanthropy and so forth?

Long-Time Gone said...

Well, ya think he's gonna talk to the Times-Leader? Puhleeze. Do people in Northeastern Pennsylvania even know that deNaples is in trouble? And if so, how?