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Balch Bonanza: Spring Fever and Two Criminal Trials

Welcome back from a wonderful Spring Break!

This spring two criminal trials are set to begin. One local case is against the alleged pedophile and ex-Balch attorney Chase T. Espy and the other is a federal case against Paul Daigle, the ex-CEO of Balch’s former client Black Hall Aerospace.

While Stan Blanton, Balch & Bingham’s managing partner, was busy patting himself on the back with a make-believe award for “diversity and inclusion,” the alleged racist law firm among others appears to be under federal investigation.

Spring fever has arrived, and the Three Stooges (Balch, Alabama Power, and Drummond) are under intense scrutiny.

Independent sources confirmed that the feds are apparently investigating Larry, Moe, and Curly. And now investigators and national media are looking deep into the connections between Alabama Power, Balch, Sloppy Joe and the Matrix Meltdown.

The Matrix Meltdown has caused a state investigation in Florida over alleged “ghost candidates” and now sources claim, the feds are involved looking at a multi-state probe.

And disgraced ex-U.S. Attorney Jay E. Town may have caused this cascade.

Since Town looked the other way on corruption, the fact is there is an alleged “don’t ask, just cut the check” bribery ring among the most powerful entities in Alabama.

And for those who doubt the possible existence of a bribery ring, just look at the money-laundering and corrupt entity Alliance for Jobs and the Economy (AJE) used to funnel over $360,000 to ex-State Representative Oliver Robinson in the North Birmingham Bribery Scandal.

Many of those that donated had no idea what it really was for and who was getting paid. They appear to have “just cut the check.”

An alleged bribery ring, secret star chambers, alleged indemnity deals, secret multi-million contracts, non-disclosure agreements appear to be the tools of a horrific criminal enterprise that has not only corrupted the legislative and executive branches of government in Alabama, but the judicial branch as well.

The feds need to clean this mess up and put the perpetrators behind bars.


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