Gee, Who Could Have Seen This Coming?

Where there’s smoke, there’s fire.

Unless you’re in New Jersey, where’s there’s a body

JERSEY CITY — Jack Shaw, a Jersey City political consultant who was among 44 people charged in a federal corruption probe, has died.

Two officials with knowledge of the investigation said Shaw was found at home with several bottles of pills nearby. One of the officials said Shaw, 61, had an unspecified medical condition (as in “He’s now dead”), and authorities are not jumping to conclusions about the cause of his death.

Jumping? I thought it was pills?

Shaw was a longtime political lieutenant for former Governor Jim Florio, joining his camp while Florio was still in Congress, before becoming an operative for the Hudson County Democrats around 1991.

How convenient. Someone who knew pretty much everything about all the folks involved accidentally messes up his heart medicine.

What with the stress of the indictment and all, perfectly understandable.

Perfectly.

9 Responses to “Gee, Who Could Have Seen This Coming?”

  1. mojo says:

    COD: a surfeit of knowledge

  2. major dad says:

    Let’s take a vote, all who think this was just one of those things say aye….

  3. ricki says:

    Did they check to see if he had had his kidneys removed first?

  4. JeffS says:

    Sounds like Obamacare has already been implemented in New Jersey……

  5. Gunslinger says:

    If it happened in Chicago they wouldn’t have found the body.

  6. greg newson says:

    The guy didn’t look very healthy
    anyways.The government always
    seems to get people when they’re sick and weak.They never
    get the strong ones.Like Lions
    who wait to attack the slow gazelles,they only bred stronger criminals.

  7. gregor says:

    I’m shocked, shocked, I tell you…

  8. greg newson says:

    They won’t get the mayor.Usually
    resignation stops the fervor of
    the Feds, and a show trial will be arranged.25 thousand:How
    cheaply these whores in government sell their souls for.

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