It’s in an article by Amanda Marrazzo and Robert McCoppin’s entitled,
says Bianchi out
to get him
That’s the article about the Monday hearing on former Deputy Zane Seipler’s suit asking that a Special Prosecutor be named by Associate Judge Thomas Meyer to probe whether Sheriff Keith Nygren used office resources for campaign purposes.
Here are Bianchi’s words:
“If I was out to get him [Sheriff Keith Nygren], I could impanel a grand jury, question a couple of witnesses and indict him.”
What does that mean?
Should be understood in the defense attorney’s parlance that a prosecutor can indict a ham sandwich, that is, it is so very easy to indict someone, if a state’s attorney wants to do so, he can?
Or should it be interpreted that Bianchi knows people working in the Sheriff’s office who would be willing to testify that Sheriff’s employees worked on Nygren’s campaign on office time and/or using office resources?
As the 1966 song asked,
“What’s it all about, Alfie? Is it just for the moment we live? What’s it all about when you sort it out, Alfie? Are we meant to take more than we give?…Is life only to the strong, Alfie? So long as I believe there’s a heaven above, Alfie, I know there something much more..”
Sort of a meaning of life song, don’t you think?