Written by queen mudder

Thursday, 14 June 2007

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The Paris Hilton Suite awaits Libby at the Twin Towers in LA

Washington DC - (Ass Mess): Lawyers representing convicted lying, cheating, perjuring toerag Lewis Scooter Libby have demanded that their client comes under the LASD jurisdiction of Sherrif Lee Baca and is sent to the Twin Towers' Paris Hilton Suite for medical assessment to determine whether he really and truly actually needs a period of incarceration.

Today US District Judge Reggie B Walton indicated he saw no reason not to grant Libby's request "unless the Court of Appeals overturns my decision, of course."

Libby's wife, Harriet Grant, was seen on TV today wiping away tears as the decision was given amid fears her husband 'might try something sleazy with the peroxide socialite' while incarcerated so close to her at the Twin Towers.

And in a new twist to the whole disgusting Libby saga
Judge Walton told the press himself today that he
had received "harassing, mean-spirited" letters and phone calls that targetted him and his family ever since he sent Libby down for 30 months for lying to Special Prosecutor Patrick FitzGerald and obstructing the course of justice.

"I bet Larry Seidling didn't get half this aggravation when he ruled in the Anna Nicole Smith paternity fiasco!" he said, to the overwhelming agreement of the assembled Press Corpse.

Libby is now standing by to be flown to Los Angeles where his assessment Suite awaits him complete with a VIP fast-track visitation service on Sundays should any of his relatives still be speaking to him and want to pay a visit.

The story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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