Wednesday, October 1, 2014

Harrison continues Prim exposè

The Northwest Herald continues to expose the Bill Prim campaign with material about Prim supporters. See today's article by reporter Chelsea McDougall, in which Prim campaign supporter Mickey Schuch's escapade of almost 14 years ago comes back to haunt him.

Three felony charges in November 2000 and some misdemeanors were bargained down between November 2000 and August 2001, and former Judge Ward Arnold approved the deal, resulting in a large fine and court costs and probation. Schuch's defense attorney firm was Campion Curran Lamb and Cunabaugh. No doubt they earned their fee by avoiding a felony conviction for their client.

According to the Northwest Herald article, "Prim called out Harrison's campaign rhetoric as 'KGB tactics.'" I don't remember much of the Russian history that I studied 50 years ago, but I don't see the relationship between the KGB and Jim Harrison's revelations.

It seems to me that Jim is calling into question whether Prim asked any questions of the supporters who are prominent in his campaign.

Who's next?

1 comment:

Big Daddy said...

Gus, this has what to do with Bill Prim? You are starting to remind me of those two " investigators" ffom ABC and CBS Chuck Goudie and Dave Savini. Thry promise you they have the expose of the century and then you find out its all hype. Even the most ardent Harrison supporter would have to agree that this is a nothing story.
As far as the guy's arrest, the fact that the charges were reduced from a felony to a misdemeanor should tell you something, that something being that if there was anything to the case they would have used the felony. They SA's office does that all the time with nothing cases.