August 7, 2008, - 11:07 am

BREAKING: Detroit Pimp Daddy Mayor Kwame “The Kingpin” Kilpatrick Sent to Jail for Violating Bond

By Debbie Schlussel
I never thought any judge would have the guts to jail Detroit’s Pimp Daddy Mayor Kwame Malik “The Kingpin” Kilpatrick. But, just minutes ago, 36th District Court Judge Ronald Giles–who donated to Kilpatrick’s campaign–jailed Hizzoner Kilpatrick for violating conditions of bond by making an unauthorized trip to Windsor, Canada. Kilpatrick will spend the night in jail.
Kilpatrick used as an excuse that he needs to close the deficit of the City of Detroit and that if he is jailed, 2,000 people will lose their jobs. Uh-huh. The judge didn’t buy it.
Kilpatrick’s lawyers went across the street to appeal the decision in Circuit Court, but I bet they lose. There is no “palpable error” or any other reason to reverse the decision. The hearing on that is tomorrow, Friday, at 9:00 a.m.


And if you don’t believe that the people of Detroit get what they deserve, keep in mind that on Tuesday, a good chunk of Detroiters returned to office the mother of The Kingpin to represent them in Congress.
Yup, the City of Detroit . . . the Joke That Keeps on Givin’.
Local news anchor Guy Gordon just said on the air that he feels sorry for the Mayor’s wife, Carlita Kilpatrick, and his sons, because she will have to explain to them that “Daddy’s not coming home tonight.” Um, Guy, come on. You know that’s something she’s had to tell them on very many nights before this one. The Mayor’s extensive harem is a major element of many of the legal problems he’s now in.

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6 Responses

I was listening to the radio in my car when the good news came in. It is a great sign that Kwame will get a taste of his future. After getting out tomorrow, he should also end back up in the clink next week for what he did to assault the process server about 10 days ago.
Let’s see if pathetic Mike Cox (our attorney general in Michigan) will do his job this time instead of providing cover for this thug–to charge him with assaulting an officer of the court. The officer reported that fat boy Kwame shoved him and ran off at the mouth against him and a female officer–against whom he also injected a racial slur. I hope Kwame will be in jail to serve time after his conviction(s) for a long time. What a thug!

BB on August 7, 2008 at 12:12 pm

He deserved to have the book thrown at him. The one thing no judge is going to look kindly at is contempt of the court. Its time Kwame was held to the same standard as the rest of us. I kept a court date. He didn’t and now time behind bars will hopefully teach him some humility. Odds are good though, the experience won’t teach him the lesson he needs to learn.

NormanF on August 7, 2008 at 1:05 pm

Well, maybe not 2,000 jobs, but at least one job — the taxpayers would probably be better off if all 2,000 jobs were lost.

c f on August 7, 2008 at 3:39 pm

maybe the judge should have jailed all the voter that voted for him, this guy is nothing more than a common theft for the people of his city, i declare that debbie should enter the next election. i know she will stop the dead people from voting

PNAMARBLE on August 7, 2008 at 8:48 pm


samurai on August 9, 2008 at 9:40 am

Wow. A judge who actually puts an overpaid big shot behind bars. Maybe this guy should be in charge of prosecuting all politicians. Put them where they all belong. In jail or out of a job.
If this guy now has a criminal record, that should automatically put him out of office.

savage supporter on August 9, 2008 at 11:48 am

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