Monday, March 23, 2015

Michael Blue Story - redux 2013

Sources close to Liberty Dispatch state that long time democrat; Liberty County District Attorney Mike Little is set to run for re-election.

Mike Little has made it known to those close to him that he intends to run for office as a Republican. Readers of Liberty Dispatch will remember that Mike Little has been accused by an African American prisoner Mr. Michael Lynn Blue, of homosexual (sodomy) assault which allegedly took place on Little’s office desk. The prisoner has sued Liberty County and Mike Little for the claimed sexual assault. That assault case is active and being heard in the Liberty County 253rd District Court. Additionally, there are charges and also current suits that have been filed against Liberty County DA Mike Little for selective prosecution and official oppression.

The Republican Party in Liberty County is in pretty good shape with the exception of a few infiltrators who are of no real threat to the people or the party at this time. The inclusion of Mike Little into the Republican Party will be one of the worst things to have ever happened to the Liberty County Republican Party in its almost 50 year history.

Mike Little is one of the last of the most corrupt public officials to ever have served office in Liberty County. The damage he has visited upon many innocent people will never be forgotten, history will remember him as a claimed homosexual and masochistic evil person. Unfortunately, most of the people he surrounds himself with are not much better and have more than likely been poisoned by his hate and evil. Most of his staff including Frank Huff, the Texas Ranger who offices with him have been tainted by the tentacles of Little's evil corruption.

In the coming election year, we finally have the chance to change Liberty County for the better with a new era of thoughtful, clean, open, and honest government.

POST FROM LIBERTY COURIER- Liberty County DA Mike Little's brother sentanced to 13 Years in Federal Pen

Albert D. "Bodie" Little
This is a reprint of a story concerning Liberty County Mike Little's brother, a public official in Winn Parish Louisiana, sentenced to federal prison for selling and trafficking meth.

SHREVEPORT -- Albert D. "Bodie" Little, a former Winn Parish tax assessor and sheriff, was sentenced Friday to 13 years, four months in federal prison after his conviction earlier this year on methamphetamine and other charges.

U.S. District Judge Elizabeth E. "Beth" Foote also ordered that Little be supervised for three years once he's released from prison, U.S. Attorney Stephanie Finley said in a release.

Little, 62, was convicted in February of one count of conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute 50 or more grams of meth, one count of possession with intent to distribute meth, and two counts of use of a police communication facility to facilitate drug trafficking.

Little and 10 other defendants were indicted on the drug charges in July 2011. All of Little's co-defendants pleaded guilty before they went to trial. All have been sent to prison for sentences ranging from five years to 12 years.

Little still faces state charges. He was indicted by a Winn Parish grand jury in August 2011 of malfeasance in office, abuse of office and perjury.

Little was the parish tax assessor before he won the sheriff's seat in 2008.

"Former Sheriff Little knowingly chose to break the law and now he is paying the price for his betrayal of the trust the citizens of Winn Parish placed in him," Finley said.

The case was prosecuted by Senior Litigation Counsel Joe Jarzabek.