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Thursday, May 4, 2017

Our collection of Judge Bill Pryor's gay-porn photos grows to four, raising levels of titillation and questions about his fitness to serve on the federal bench


Bill Pryor: Gay-porn photo No. 4
(Box expertly applied by Carol T. Shuler,
 aka Mrs. Schnauzer)
A few months ago, it looked like federal judge Bill Pryor would become known as the guy who replaced conservative icon Antonin Scalia on the U.S. Supreme Court. Now, it looks as though Pryor might go down merely as one of the most hypocritical public figures in the first 16-plus years of the 2000s.

As evidence of that, we present the photo at right. It is the fourth gay-porn photo of a young Bill Pryor, three of them found by dedicated Legal Schnauzer readers, that appeared in a gallery of eight to 12 images. (Even Schnauzer readers, it turns out, are diggers.) Taken when Pryor was an undergraduate at Northeast Louisiana University (now University of Louisiana Monroe, ULM), the photos first surfaced in one or more print publications during the 1980s, made a brief appearance in the digital age at badpuppy.com in 1997, and now have spread to any number of  Web sites near you, especially Europe-based tumblr sites.

(Note: An NSFW version of the photo can be viewed by clicking on a link at the end of this post.)

And yes, it's the same Bill Pryor who grew up to become George W. Bush's pick to sit on the U.S. Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals, mainly because of support from right-wing zealots like Karl Rove and Jeff Sessions. It's the same Bill Pryor who, because of Sessions' never-failing support/affection and powerful perch as Donald Trump's attorney general, once was the favorite to replace Scalia -- only to finish no higher than No. 3, with the nomination and appointment going to Neil Gorsuch, of Colorado. It's also the same Bill Pryor who has been virulently anti-LGBT in public statements, even though evidence of his past ties to homosexual activity continues to grow.

That is where rank hypocrisy enters the picture. And as our readers dig up more Pryor nudie pics at a rapid pace, the hypocrisy will only grow. At this rate, we might have a complete set of photos by the end of summer, even earlier.

Such a prospect comes with a certain level of titillation, of course. But it entails a number of serious issues, including the fact that Pryor is subject to blackmail because powerful Republicans know of his gay-porn past and pushed him for a spot on the federal bench because they knew he could be controlled.

According to multiple reports, Pryor is a "gatekeeper" or "fixer" for conservative interests on the court -- he does their bidding or risks being outed, even though we already have outed him. I've seen evidence during my own legal travails that suggests Pryor does, in fact, dictate the outcome of certain cases from his "duty station" at the Hugo Black Courthouse in downtown Birmingham. That rises (or lowers?) to a level of corruption most vile.

Am I just sitting back and taking it? No, I am not. I'm collecting that evidence into a nice, organized format that will be presented to the proper federal authorities in the near future. If Jeff Sessions goes down in the KremlinGate scandal, we suspect Pryor could be vulnerable. Our intent is to strike when the time is ripe. God willing, we will help Pryor exit the federal bench and enter federal prison, where he belongs.

In fact, Pryor and Sessions might make a nice matched set in the slammer. We already know Sessions has lied to Congress about his communications with Russian officials during the 2016 election. And there is little doubt Pryor lied to Congress during his confirmation hearings. Consider this from one of our first posts on the gay-porn subject:

Pryor has known the photos were public since at least September 1997, and our sources say it's unlikely he disclosed their existence to FBI and U.S. Senate investigators during the pre-confirmation process for the federal judgeship.

Could Pryor face serious consequences if it is shown he made false statements to officials looking into his background? Based on the impeachment and removal of Louisiana federal judge Thomas Porteous in 2010, the answer might be yes.

One of the articles of impeachment against Porteous involved his failure to disclose information to investigators--and his false statements during pre-confirmation regarding any background information that might prove embarrassing to him and the president who nominated him, Bill Clinton.

We addressed the subject again, along with allegations that Pryor is a court fixer, in a March 2015 post:

How many cases have received unlawful interference from Bill Pryor? Could they include the high-profile case of former Alabama Governor Don Siegelman? God only knows at this point, but if proven, such conduct would point to obstruction of justice, racketeering, conspiracy, and probably other crimes.

That brings us to Pryor's Senate confirmation hearing. It is standard for a federal nominee to be asked, under oath, if there is anything in his background that might embarrass him or the president who nominated him. Pryor has known the nude photos were public since at least September 1997, and our sources say he likely did not disclose their existence to FBI and Senate investigators.

Is Bill Pryor fit to serve as a federal judge? Absolutely not. Based on allegations that he lied to Congress and has engaged in obstruction of justice/racketeering/conspiracy, does he belong in federal prison? The answer, most likely, is yes. We intend to do everything in our power to put him there.


Bill Pryor No. 4 (NSFW)

33 comments:

Anonymous said...

If I'm Pryor I appreciate you releasing this. It looks less like him than all the others.

legalschnauzer said...

@9:17 --

Not sure how you figure that. It's the same guy as in the other three pictures, and it's Bill Pryor, so I doubt he appreciates it.

I gave him every opportunity to comment on it, and he didn't respond -- passed up a chance to express is appreciation.

Anonymous said...

It's encouraging to know we have an exhibitionist on the federal bench, and he almost made it to SCOTUS.

Anonymous said...

@9:17 --

Is that you, Judge Pryor? Are you one of his clerks, perhaps a "boy toy" who has been assigned to put up a ridiculous comment that nobody is buying. It's obviously the same guy.

Snickers said...

Bill Pryor did not reach the heights of the legal world by receiving undue help from anyone. He made it by standing on his own three legs.

Anonymous said...

Folks like 9:17 are in a lather because they can't explain this one away. The story is playing out just as LS described it back in fall 2013 -- there were multiple photos, and they are sepia toned, etc.

Anonymous said...

I hope your readers remember that Bill Pryor probably had more to do than anyone else with the bogus prosecution of Don Siegelman. Pryor knowingly caused an innocent man to go to prison, so that he could advance his own career. That is sick. Siegelman has called Pryor "evil and pernicious," and I think those words fit.

legalschnauzer said...

@10:49 --

Good point. Pryor started the investigation as state AG, when Siegelman barely had been in office, then it morphed into a federal probe. Both were so incompetent that the alleged wrongdoing, which wasn't unlawful, occurred way outside the 5-year statute of limitations.

Anonymous said...

My understanding is that Pryor spoon fed supposed dirt on Siegelman to Eddie Curran. Much of the "dirt" wasn't unlawful and never made it into federal indictment. Curran, of course, couldn't investigate his way out of a wet paper sack. But he and Pryor were the evil sickos of the Siegelman case. Curran did produce a book, which he had to give away. I think three people actually paid money to buy it. Someone gave me a copy, and it makes an excellent door stop. I hope Pryor and Curran both rot in hell.

Anonymous said...

There's is no way in hell Pryor disclosed his gay-porn past with Congress. So yes, he lied to Congress. How ironic that Jeff Sessions might go to prison for the same thing.

Anonymous said...

Same crossed eyes as in all the other pictures. Has strabismus, just as does Judge Bill Pryor. It's him, no doubt.

Anonymous said...

Pretty funny that Pryor probably thought his problems were solved when someone managed to intimidate badpuppy.com into removing the photos. I guess the judge didn't see tumblr coming in the future.

Anonymous said...

This is the most disturbing image of Pryor so far. The one with the coconut was kind of funny, and so was the one with the block of wood. But this is just disgusting. He's an ugly guy now, and he was an ugly guy then, with a truly warped mind.

Anonymous said...

Remember all those letters sent to the judiciary committee recommending Pryor be approved; where are those individuals public positions now that were so important then that they be publicly influential making known their utmost respects, close ties and associations with Alabama Attorney General Bill Pryor?

legalschnauzer said...

@12:08 --

Good point. If I remember correctly, that included letters from a number of "Democrats," people like Bill Baxley and Doug Jones, who have been right-wing whores for quite some time.

Anonymous said...

comparing close-ups of Pryor now and this subject's face, the nose appears to be much different. Did Pryor ever have his nose broken and then later fixed? The difference would seem to cast doubt on your allegations.

legalschnauzer said...

@4:33 -- You are late to the party. I've been reporting on this subject since 9/13. My reporting has been picked up by probably several dozen Web sites. I interviewed roughly a half dozen people, who either were involved in an investigation re: these photos or who knew Pryor in college at NE LA, and all said it was the Bill Pryor who became a judge. I didn't just come across this photo, say, "Hmm, that looks like Bill Pryor," and publish it. Again, you don't seem to know much about the background of this story. You are free to have all the doubt you want, but to those who have followed this story for 3-plus years, there is no doubt who that is. Both subjects have strabismus and both have attached ear lobes. Pryor himself has passed up multiple opportunities to take questions on the subject. But if you want to focus on some difference you think you see in the nose, have at it.

Anonymous said...

Very interesting that the ones who found these photos and used it to their advantage were Republicans.

legalschnauzer said...

@6:24 --

Karl Rove has stated many times that if you control the judicial system in this country, including the justice department, you've pretty much got the nation by the delicates. The GOP has long wanted corrupt courts, and they've engaged in an effort to get them for 22-plus years, starting with Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice race in 1995. Karl Rove pulled that one out of the fire, like Bush v. Gore in 2000, and we now have the corrupt courts King Karl has tried so hard to give us. Rove, of course, was Pryor's campaign manager for AG of Alabama, so the timeline in all of this is very clear.

Shaheed said...

Ms Piggy!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Karl is in the closet too!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

So Mrs. Schnauzer was tasked with putting a box over Pryor's junk? I hope she was well compensated.

legalschnauzer said...

Yes, and I thought she did a good job, despite the "ick" factor. Nice, artistic touch.

Anonymous said...

Remember the story in The Guardian titled something like, Hitman for hire, referring to Sessions when serving in Alabama's U.S. Southern District; the unlawful and illegal use of FBI agents out of the Mobile office to do his dirty work, eventually evolving into furthering his political career[s], subsequently employed by Ala AG Sessions and tag along asst Pryor to be asst Ala. AGs? Remember January 2017 senate judiciary hearings involving confirmation Sessions as U.S. Attorney General? There were several witnesses testifying under oath, but two in particular having close ties that binds, namely one, him too having been an asst. AG under both, but never previously as an FBI agent. This individual testifying before Grassley and the boys was along with The Guardian's main FBI topic in fact actually engaged in entering into a close Alabama Ethics Investigation appointment meeting in Montgomery with one specific goal in mind that late morning; to get answers having to do with who had the black-books and where were they located, a matter of official records from November 1999. One at the time being the Attorney General's office Chief Investigator--------------Bentley and Strange both are aware of.

legalschnauzer said...

@7:50 --

Thanks for your insights. Is this the story:


https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2017/mar/04/jeff-sessions-legal-past-democrats-trump-administration


Headline: 'Gun for hire': how Jeff Sessions used his prosecuting power to target Democrats

legalschnauzer said...

A key section from the Guardian article:


Opponents concluded that Sessions used his federal prosecutor’s office, and the FBI agents who worked for him, as political weapons, according to more than half a dozen veterans of Mobile’s 1980s legal and political circles. Some alleged in court filings that the ambitious young Republican actually worked from a “hitlist” of Democratic targets.

“Sessions was a gun for hire,” said Tom Purvis, a former sheriff of Mobile County, “and he went after political enemies.” Purvis was acquitted of charges against him that Sessions oversaw after Purvis unseated another Outlaw ally from the elected sheriff’s position.

Anonymous said...

Yes, this is correct. But with regards to 7:50 PM it was mentioned FBI agent, who later Sessions brought along with him into AG's office that when Pryor AG sent him and other testifying before congress unannounced into Alabama Ethics Commissions investigation for purposes specifically referred too.

Anonymous said...

The previous commenter appears not to be conveying political malfeasances in such a way as could be read into this maybe, but possibly the commenter bringing to your attention that it was Pryor the target of blackmail, should he as attorney general pursue any investigations after having been so advised not to do so. Therefore such investigations never originated, public never knew about.

legalschnauzer said...

Memo to @9:41 --

I hope you understand that these comments come in anonymously, so I have no way of knowing if one, two, three or more people are involved. If they all are from you, that's great. I appreciate your help. Hope you can find some more.

S C said...

Question for 7:50 p.m.

Regarding the late morning goal you mentioned, to find "answers about the black-books, a matter of official record from 1999"
Can you clarify what kind of info was rumored to be in these books?

Also this part: "at the time being the Attorney General's office Chief Investigator--------------Bentley and Strange both are aware of"
Did you mean the Chief Investigator had participated in activities that were documented in the black-books?

e. a. f. said...

OMG, it is a wonder he is still a sitting judge. You'd think some would have fired him already. What also is a wonder to me is that not one major news outlet has dealt with this. You'd think given all the pictures some how the MSM would have picked up on this story. Oh, well, for some ignorance is bliss and profitable.

Now that Sessions is the A.G. of the U.S.A. THINGS could go very wrong. Lets hope he is removed from office sooner than later. He is a very weird man. Given Trump's agenda he couldn't have picked a better person for the job. wonder how much input Bannon had into that one.

good work and lets look forward to what happens next in the MSM given all these pictures. If there is nothing in the MSM I'd suggest they are complicit in protecting Sessions and perverting the American justice system.

Anonymous said...

Repeat--I will put up some cash for the complete collection of photos or the magazine or magazines in which they appeared.

Anonymous said...

Responding to SC May 06 2017 @ 11:04 PM

meeting was being audio taped by three different sources
Both Strange [first], then Bentley, AELA, made aware of
subsequent to meeting, events paralleling purpose for meeting continued involving era from Sessions and Pryor and their Chief at particular time and [staff, whether knowlingly, or not]; but nevertheless witnessed first hand by at minimum three adult individuals at same time, also via U.S. Mail.

S C said...

Responding to Anon at 2:24 p.m May 11.

Thanks for the response. I'm still struggling to grasp the original late nineties reference. Also, the 'witnessed first hand by at minimum three adult individuals at same time' - that is a bit of an odd phrasing.
Did you mean to imply there was an investigation into child pornography or abuse of some kind? Maybe I misunderstood that part, although the reference to U.S. Mail is unclear as well.

thank you.