Peter Kinder has friends in high places, too.Daily RFT was just forwarded the invite to next week's "Lawyers for Kinder" fundraiser at Cafe Napoli in Clayton. The list of sponsors for the September 29 event includes several prominent Missouri attorneys-turned-political-heavies, including: Cather ... More >>
Wikimedia CommonsWelcome to the poker "lobby." We'll start you with $300,000...The Washington Post published an interesting read earlier this week about Dems in Congress who are gunning to overturn laws that make Internet gambling illegal. Rep. Barney Frank and others want the government to regul ... More >>
Robert Douglas Hartmann pleaded guilty to bank and mail fraud charges stemming from his now defunct real-estate firm DHP Investments, U.S. Attorney Catherine Hanaway announced today.Hartmann's DHP Investments was once involved in the rehab of hundreds of homes and buildings in the metro area -- part ... More >>
golf.about.comAndrew Moss, a Hawaii based sports agent, has pleaded guilty to a wire fraud charge for embezzling from a local golf sponsor. United States Attorney Catherine Hanaway announced the guilty plea today.Moss represented Edwardsville golfer Scott Yancy III, who gained notoriety a few year's ... More >>
It's been a rough year for Milton "Skip" Ohlsen III. A year ago I wrote how the Democratic operative and owner of St. Louis political consulting firm Global Management Solutions had gotten into hot water with his creditors. At the time, Ohlsen was masquerading as an ultimate-fighting promoter with a ... More >>
Week of December 27, 2007
Joe sounds off about Michael Devlin's plea bargain.
And other questions about law-and-order
Unreal chats with some lovely ladies and gets the scoop from Jay Farrar-endorsed candidate Mark Smith (who's perfectly lovely too); plus, Bill Haas gets a love letter and Unreal heads to court
In less than four years, Grant Williams has turned a weak union local into one of Missouri's most potent political forces. So why's he placing all his bets on One-Term Bob?
Republican hopeful can't seem to fight like a man
State lawmakers just can't say no