Tag Archives: Kwame Kilpatrick
It is really a sad, sad story. This guy gets to be mayor of one of America’s largest cities at the age of 31. He resigns in 2008, pleads guilty to obstruction of justice in a scandal involving sexually explicit text messages and an extramarital affair with his chief of staff. The Democrat spents 14 months in prison for violating probation in that case after a judge finds he failed to report assets that could be put toward his $1 million restitution to Detroit.
Kwame Kilpatrick Has it Really Tough: Texas is Just Too Big for Him (Does He Know John Wiley Price?)
Comes news today that Kwame Kilpatrick, the shady former mayor of Detroit, is asking Michigan officials to change the terms of his probation because Texas is just too darn big. According to exclusive emails obtained by The Detroit News, which YOU MUST READ, the former Detroit mayor has to drive too much in Texas because we are such a big state, he cannot walk, so doing community service is a super duper burden. Continue reading
Monday Afternoon Millionaire: A Mid Century Mod That Is Not Your Usual North Dallas Ranch… Perfect Dallas Real Estate News
Sorry for the delay, between T.O. and Kwame Kilpatrick, I’ve had my hands full. You know that location is the primary corollary of real estate, right? You know you can change almost anything with paint, hammers, nails, sheetrock, fabric, even tarps. So what if you got a home that was not just purely, sheerly orgasmic but also located in a location that is just perfect?
Kwame Kilpatrick Keeps Up DFW Rental Market, Moving To a Bigger, Better Grand Prairie Pad — Detroit Asks Who’s Footing The Bill?
Remember former Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick — he’s the one who pleaded guilty in 2008 to obstruction of justice charges, something to do with lying about the fact he was having an affair with a staffer, something about sexting — and then got five years in the slammer for violating terms of his probation? He has been gracing North Texas with his presence. Now comes word out of MoTown that he has moved, again, this time into a $372,000 home that is “larger and more expensive than his last rental, while claiming poverty to qualify for taxpayer-funded lawyers and low restitution payments.”