In yet another case of bald-faced lying to protect Pennsylvania's corrupt network of prosecutors and judges, the Inquirer published a knowingly false story that Judge Barry Feudale did not give permission nor did he have knowledge that the Office of Attorney General (OAG) obtained his private emails.
Feudale's July 8, 2013 email to the Inquirer's Craig McCoy proves that the Inky knew Feudale turned over a very critical email to OAG Special Deputy Geoffrey Moulton.
Bumbling Barry Feudale
|Feudale fumble: Sent private |
emails to Fina's AG account?
Feudale provided his computer password to two of his secretaries, plus had it written on a Post It note on a pull out shelf in his desk. Additionally, the absent minded judge also kept the key to his office under the base of the American flag in the grand jury room.
In other words, any number of individuals could have accessed Feudale's office. But that didn't stop the bumbling judge from acting as if he was the victim of the crime of the century.
"I am outraged by the invasion of my privacy. It shouldn't happen to anybody. It not only upsets me, it saddens me."
But it gets even worse for Bumbling Barry....
After the paper's latest attempted smear, AG Kane informed the Inky's "corruption defenders" that Feudale's private emails were on the OAG's servers.
Citing yet another anonymous source (likely Frank Fina), the Inky reported that Feudale sent his private emails to a former top prosecutor (likely Frank Fina) in the attorney general's office.
But just when you thought things couldn't go any lower, the Inky, Fina, and others in the corrupt network are questioning the ethics of Kane for not notifying Feudale that he accidentally left a trail of criminal evidence on a government computer system and then exposing his criminal behavior to the public.
Seriously, you can't make this stuff up!
Feudale oversaw the Bonusgate investigation that was also plagued by leaks. The Sandusky grand jury investigation, which he also oversaw, was plagued by leaks to newspapers.
And now Feudale has been caught leaking secret information again.
Does the Inky really think the public is stupid enough to believe that Kane is the person with a leak problem?