Please don’t make me do this! You know how upset I get when I have to listen to Mike Zullo or Carl Gallups.
One commenter at Obama Release Your Records got all excited:
Falcon: Zullo seems to have probable cause to have search warrants issued for specific computers after the allegations that a digital recording appears to have been made – and he knows the person and their phone number due to his own phone records.
Recording interstate phone conversations is a tricky legal subject, and it depends on the laws in the states on both ends of the call. If Zullo knew the state RC was calling from, then perhaps he might be able to draw a conclusion, but he probably doesn’t know that. We presumably do know where Zullo was, in Arizona, and Arizona doesn’t require all parties to give consent for a conversation to be recorded. If RC made a recording, then he has his own consent. The Wikipedia has a list of “all party states” for telephone recording.
Falcon doesn’t explain exactly who is going to issue that warrant and who is going to serve it. It’s especially tricky since Zullo doesn’t have a clue who RC is, despite Falcon’s imagined name in the phone records. He’d probably need a federal warrant to get that information, and on what basis? Pretty sorry stuff.
Gallups, who claims that he is on a first name basis with God (I didn’t even know God had a first name), suggests that they know who RC is:
One of the Obots who had your phone number through a connection in the past, and I’m not gonna say his name because I don’t want to give him any credit or any undue publicity…
I think Gallups is lying about knowing who RC is. Gallups then made it clear that he is just a radio host, and NOT a spokesperson for the Cold Case Posse. Now that really undermines the story at ORYR on September 6, “Team Arpaio: Obots persons of Interest in Obama ID Fraud Case.” They want Gallups to be the Cold Case Posse “shock jock” but give themselves plausible deniability with it hits the fan.
Zullo then said:
“I just refused to give him any information. … He didn’t like the answers that I was telling him.”
Which was it?
I quit after 6 minutes.