Thursday, May 28, 2009

Beverly Masek Sentencing Delayed, Bill Wiemar Moves to Halfway House, and a Recommendation for You


Three notes:

1. Former State Rep. Beverly Masek's sentencing has been continued (legalese for postponed) from today until Thursday, June 25, 2009 at 10 a.m.

2. As the Anchorage Daily News reported, long-time halfway house magnate Bill Weimar has moved from federal prison to a halfway house where he will finish the sentence of institutional confinement he began in January. Once out of the halfway house in Montana, he starts a period of home confinement under the sentence.

3. If you're noticed that I've been posting less lately and you're wondering what to do with all your time, I've got a suggestion: Start making lists of all the friends and relatives you can make a gift of the book I'm writing on the subject of this blog.

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