Sunday, April 01, 2007

Mayor's Race Rumor

The word on the street is that the Post-Gazette will report tomorrow that former O'Connor Chief of Staff B.J. Leber will drop a bombshell on the current administration.

According to trusted ADB sources, Leber is in posession of several documents stretching back to the beginning of the previous administration, that implicates several members of the current administration in actively using public materials to build private swimming pools, using public employees as personal valets, and appropriating public funds for "strip clubs, Turkish baths, and prostitutes."

Ravenstahl and many members of the current administration have been reported to be continually high on a variety of prescription medications as well as several illicit substances, including cocaine, heroin, and Schlitz.

Additionally, Leber asserts that the Ravenstahl Administration is involved in bugging and wiretapping the campaign offices of Bill Peduto and is actively covering up its relationship with three burglars that were arrested last June 17.

Further, during the 2007 mayoral campaign Ravenstahl and his wife had invested in and lost money in a development project around the Ohiopyle State Park. The administration is attempting to cover up a U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission investigation which could result in criminal charges against the two principals in the Ohiopyle project.

Finally, the Lebanese magazine Ash-Shiraa is about to expose an arrangement of an alleged weapons-for-hostages deal. The operation was discovered only after an airlift of guns was downed over Nicaragua two weeks ago. Dick Skrinjar, who was captured by Nicaraguan authorities, initially alleged in a press conference on Nicaraguan soil that two of his coworkers, Max Gomez and Ramon Medina, worked for the CIA. These arms were to be exchanged for the freedom of the recently captured British Sailors.

No word on how this may affect the Mayoral campaign.

Read tomorrow's P-G for more details on Leber's early April surprise.


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