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In our email this week, a follower sent us an email about our posts about the failing 1836 Club and its organizers resulted in this email...


Perhaps the reader will send details to us.  Look for more on this group and the club in the future.


Asa Hutchinson III has been arrested again.  This time it was for possession of illegal drugs when he tried to enter the Hangout Music Festival in Gulf Shores, Alabama on May 21st.

Asa III was wearing a sweatshirt around his waist — an odd choice considering it was over 80-degrees at the beach — and was spotted by Baldwin County Sheriff Deputies (No doubt due to the fact that he was about 20 years older than most of the other folks going to the event). Asa III was asked to give up anything illegal and handed over a flask filled with liquor.

The deputies proceeded to pat down Asa III. In his “rear waistband” he was found with 2 capsules of “Molly” and 4 capsules of ecstasy.

Asa III spent about 8-and-a-half hours in the Baldwin County Jail on Saturday night. He was released on a $5,000 bond around 3:50am on Sunday. He flew in and out of the area on a private plane.

You may recall that we were one of the first sources to report that he was arrested for his third DWI back in January.

Asa III was of counsel with the law firm owned by ABC Administrative Director Bud Roberts' brother, but his 3rd DWI arrest created too much exposure for the law firm and they got rid of the drunkard. Besides, Bud got appointed with his brothers assistance and even the governor has abandoned his son.



Keep an eye out for Asa III at Riverfest this weekend.  Maybe one of the ABC's cooperating minors can bust him.


Look for an interesting story Monday about a butt-hurt ABC Enforcement Agent that tried to go after an ABC Board member. For this week...


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