Kevin Trudeau: Mr. T goes to Washington... and then to jail (maybe)
Early report from the Kevin Trudeau court hearing today (October 16): Chicago's ABC7 reports he will go back to jail, but the judge will allow him to go to Washington DC for his Legal Defense Fund dinner on Monday, October 21, before reporting to his old haunt, Chicago's Metropolitan Correctional Center (MCC) on Tuesday the 22nd. More details -- and court docs -- as they appear. [See below. ~CC]
Meanwhile, here are details about the recent court filings, if you need to catch up.
If you're a Katie fan, don't be too concerned. This newest jail thing will give him a chance to still have his "hero's welcome" and last hurrah in DC, and then he'll get to rack up some more martyr/hero points. Or maybe he can use his mighty mind to manipulate events so that he ends up not having to go to jail after all, or maybe some member of the Illuminutty or GIN Council will come up with some moneys to pay his fine, or maybe he will be able to escape to Canada or Zurich or the Ukraine or whichever planet he's from.
It's all good.
Update, a little later on...
First of all, here is a link to Judge Gettleman's October 16 order. It does indeed appear that Trudeau is a "free" man 'til Tuesday October 22, on which date there will be a hearing at 9:30 AM Central.
Secondly, here's an update by investigative journalist Ryan Kath at KSHB-TV (Kansas City MO NBC). Ryan is one of the few journos outside of Katie's beloved Chicagoland who has kept on this story. And yes, he was alerted in the beginning, last year, by ex-GIN member Abe Husein. I'll give credit where it's due.
Third, the reactions among Trudeau's loudest detractors, including, unfortunately, Abe, are... well, I pretty much as I predicted on yesterday's blog post when I wrote:
If he doesn't get thrown in jail [immediately], we'll see:The GIN destroyers did not disappoint, with ex-Trudeau b.f.f. Mocktor Loony Coldwell leading the charge with all sorts of defamatory allegations about Judge Gettleman. Loony once again shows how obsessed he is with homosexual sex and bisexuality. And the level of anger -- and obsession with prison rape -- on those forums is really quite disturbing. Here's just one shot...
- Grumbling among the "GIN destroyers" about how the judge is corrupt or cowardly or gay-with-the-hots-for-Katie, accompanied by the reassurance that Judge Guzman, who is presiding over the criminal trial, will for sure have the gonads to throw Katie in the clink once the jury finds him guilty as sin for criminal contempt. And they will add that once he's in prison for criminal contempt there will be more charges from the IRS and FBI and the US Postal Service and on and on, and he will spend the rest of his life in prison, and it will be -- at last! -- a neat and tidy Hollywood ending for the "kid" who singlehandedly set the whole thing in motion (never mind that the kid was still in diapers... or actually not even born yet... when the Feds first turned their Big Eye on Katie).
It gets worse...
But that's more than enough space wasted on screen shots of idiotic conversations.
Now, I realize there are many legitimate questions about Judge Gettleman's order and even his reasoning, particularly in light of his stern words to Katie in the court room, time after time, not to mention his own signed orders over the past few months. Well, call me a softy, call me crazy, call me an ignorant slut, but at this point I am still tending to give him the benefit of the doubt because I think he's truly conflicted about the whole jail issue.
There are also many legitimate questions about Trudeau's fund raising event in DC. Is there anyone -- even the most ardent Katie fan -- who is honestly going there to learn seekrit seekrits of success that True-dough has never revealed? I mean... REALLY? On the other hand, there are people who still support him in his alleged fight against government tyranny, and if they want to go to DC to lend him their moral or financial support, it's their right to waste their time, energy, and money.
Anyway, here's a little vid for you to watch, courtesy of NBC Chicago.