Weeks have gone by and what we thought would be an indictment in an open and shut case of tampering with the mail has still yet to be filed. Liberty Dispatch broke the news story when District Judge Chap Cain’s mail was tampered with and video of the perpetrator making copies of a check that was in the mail had been found. The obvious reason for the delay in this all being made public information is that there is more to this case than just arresting the person who is seen on the video at the Kinko’s in Beaumont making copies. Liberty Dispatch knows the wheels of justice tend to move slowly mostly when there is other evidence and other co-conspirators involved and it takes investigators some time to properly prepare their case.
In the meantime, the public is left wondering exactly what is going on. But since Judge Cain recently switched to the Republican Party, let’s set up a pretend scenario and see what the possible implications would be if the person who tampered with the mail had a strong connection to the local Democratic Party.
Let’s just say for the sake of trying to understand the possible implications that the person who tampered with that now infamous mail was not, as some have suggested, Phil Fitzgerald. Instead, for the sake of discussion about the possible broad effect this crime could have on this county; let’s just say it was a Democratic Party Chairman or Chairwoman. In fact, let’s just say it was the last non-Archer to head the local Democratic Party. Let’s use former Liberty County Chairwoman Liz Beausoliel as our example. Now for a period of time readers of this website please think about the different ways that her involvement and those who may have helped her would effect this county. Think about what her motivations would be and who might have helped write the letter that falsely accused Judge Cain of campaign violations.
The alleged conspirators involved include Judge- CT Hight, Michelle Merendino and Zack Zbranek. Stay tuned for part two as we wait impatiently for the details to be revealed to those of us who pay the salaries of almost anyone that could possibly be connected to this.