Tuesday, September 23, 2014

Grand Old Police Blotter: Dinesh D'Souza's America Edition

Megyn Kelly's pal Dinesh D'Souza got five years' probation and eight months in a halfway house for criminal violations of federal election laws. He also got exposed as a thug, according to his ex-wife, Dixie:
Contrary to the statement made in Mr. D'Souza's sentencing memorandum, it is my former husband who has an abusive nature. In one instance, it was my husband who physically abused me in April 2012 when he, using his purple belt karate skills, kicked me in the head and shoulder, knocking me to the ground and creating injuries that pain me to this day.
Mrs. D'Souza also charges her former husband with having their daughter submit a letter containing false statements to the court: 
Dinesh lied to me, he lied to the government, he encouraged others to lie for him, and now he has allowed our daughter to submit multiple false statements to a federal court in order to avoid punishment. Dinesh D'Souza is not a truthful person.
The only question that remains: Will the halfway house allow D'Souza to install a remote studio for his Fox News appearances?

Update:  The daughter's letter states that Dixie was "abusive" toward D'Bag and that Dixie "had an affair with multiple people [sic]."  She also claims that D'Bag "would die for me. In a way like Jesus did."  (No link because, although a public record, the Exhibits to the Sentencing Memorandum contains addresses and contact information for other persons.)


Montag said...

Y'know, I have a pretty tough time imagining D'upe D'Judge giving his life for anyone.

He's not exactly a model of selflessness.

hellslittlestangel said...

... D'Bag "would die for me. In a way like Jesus did."

Well, I've always imagined "Eloi, eloi, lama sabachthani?" spoken in a whiny tone not unlike D'Souza's.

Roger said...

But JC didn't die of autoerotic asphyxiation, like D'ouble D will.

Susan of Texas said...

That's going to be a fun divorce if he's hiding assets. The courts don't let you pretend to be sorry and cut you some slack.