Busted!May 29th, 2013
Just prior to the draft, Deadspin.com ran an article from a telephone conversation between Bucs rock star general manager Mark Dominik and then-Buffalo general manager Buddy Nix.
The information was obtained from an illegal wiretap. Illegal, that is, unless you work for Eric Holder’s Justice Department, which has turned into a KGB-like outfit and is a stain upon this free nation.
Well, today, the culprits of the Dominik-Nix wiretap met the long arm of the federal government and were charged, reports WKBW-TV.
Plymouth, Mass. men were charged Wednesday with intentionally intercepting a wire communication and with making a telephone call without disclosing their identity with the intent to annoy or harass the person at the called number.
Attorneys say 20-year-old Joshua Barber and 20-year-old Nicholas Kaiser called the office of former Buffalo Bills General Manager Buddy Nix claiming to be Tampa Bay Buccaneers General Manager Mark Dominik.
Nix answered the telephone but there was no one on the line. Barber then called the office of Dominik claiming to be Nix.
The dirtbags (no, not THAT Dirtbag) then sold the illegally-obtained recordings to Deadspin.com.
If convicted, the two dopes face a maximum penalty of five years in prison, a $500,000, fine or both.
Joe hopes it is both. A-holes.