In my original post, I “suggested” that it probably wouldn’t take long for Scooter to come up with the $250,000 fine. Well, low and behold, Scooter showed up with a cashiers check for $250,000 plus $400 for court costs. The same day that Scooter was supposed to start serving his sentence. he shows up with a cashiers check which, of course, isn’t directly traceable to any particular person, party, or organization. We’re assuming it’s coming from the Scooter Defense Fund. Can you imagine walking into the 7-11 and handing the guy $250,000 in small unmarked bills to get a money order. I mean it’s cheaper. It’s only about $.79 and the bank charges at least $10.00
Oy, what a bunch of jerks. Is anyone really surprised here? I mean really? Really?