Wednesday, January 18, 2012

BMV Will Look Into Lugar Complaint

Greg Wright received word today from Elizabeth Murphy, General Counsel for the Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles, that her office will look into the recent complaint filed against Senator and Mrs. Richard Lugar.  Apparently, the Lugars have been using a phony address to register their vehicles at the BMV. 

"The BMV is in receipt of your letters dated December 28, 2011, regarding Richard and Charlene Lugar.  We will look into this matter to determine the appropriate action, if necessary.  Thank you for the information you have provided," wrote Murphy.

Indiana citizens are waiting to see if the law will be applied equally.

Stay tuned.

4 comments:

Paul K. Ogden said...

Wait until Ms. Murphy gets a call from someone high up in the Daniels administration. That investigation will conclude fairly quickly - in favor of Lugar. If you don't think so, review how indicted real estate broker John Bales was assisted by high up people in the Daniels adminstration when other administration officials started looking into wrongdoing.

Diana Vice said...

I'm sure you're right, Paul. So sad that power brokers can wield their heavy-handed influence while squashing the little people who make it all possible for them to abuse their power.

HOOSIERS FOR FAIR TAX said...

What would happen if I registered my car at a fictional address and lived out of state?

Anonymous said...

Front page of todays Fox news complete with comment section.

http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2012/01/30/indiana-secretary-states-voter-fraud-trial-starts/#ixzz1kwGmyjiw?test=latestnews