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Reporters get arrested while covering Clinton wedding

Chelseas Wedding 

Chelsea-clinton-marc-mezvinsky Former President Bill Clinton and Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton will NOT be requesting the pleasure of reporters' company at the marriage of their daughter Chelsea Clinton to Goldman Sachs investment  banker Marc Mezvinsky on Saturday, July 31st, at 6 p.m., at their Astor Estate in  Rhinebeck, NY.

State police Maj. Michael A. Kopy warned that any one caught snooping on any of the 500 guests would be arrested. 

Already two Norwegian reporters were arrested for taking pictures of the gate of the house, and may be facing up to 15 days in jail and/or a fine up to $250, the Christian Monitor is reporting. 

Some of the VIP guests have had some legal issues of their own.

The groom's father, former Iowa congressman Edward Mezvinsky, also known as the one-man crime wave, was convicted and served  prison time in 2001 on 31 different counts of fraud.

Chelsea-clinton-marc-mezvinsky-v3 The mother of the bride made history in 1996, after she became the First Lady to be subpoenaed to testify before a Federal grand jury during the Whitewater controversy. There was insufficient evidence of any criminal wrongdoing.

Let's not forget the father of the bride was   impeached for perjury and obstruction of justice after a certain indiscretion with a White House intern.

Al Gore will probably be smiling brightly in wedding pictures after news that Portland Police Bureau recommended the district attorney drop sexual assault charges against him.

The elephant in the room at this wedding will smell like money. Considering the poverty the Clinton family has seen in places like  Haiti, the cost of the wedding -- reportedly between $2 to $6 million  -- is nearly criminal.

 

Chelsea-bill-clinton Fox News and the Examiner have the scoop on their extravagant expenses:

Security: $200,000 (Not including the public cost of closing roads, no-fly zone and the secret service) 

Toilets: $15,000

Tents: $600,000 (air-conditioned with glass walls) 

Music: $40,000

Alcohol: $30,000 

Cake: $11,000 (Gluten-free)

Catering: $750,000 (Oprah's Chef Laura Pensiero)

Tables and crockery: $109,000

Flowers: $500,000 (Celebrity florist Jeff Leatham)

Bride's gear: $25,000 Vera Wang dress and $250,000 jewelry 

Wedding Planner: Bryan Rafanelli, of Boston: $200,000

View more photos of the affair.

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ILLUMINATI

SO THE GROOMS FATHER SERVED TIME IN JAIL, THE BRIDES FATHER IS A SEXUAL PERVERT AND THE GROOMS MOM WAS INVOLVED IN THE WHITE WATER "SCANDAL' (OVER NOTHINg)

WHY WHEN THE BUSH DAUGHTER JENA MARRIED, YOU DIDNT MENTION THE MAN WHO STOLE THE ELECTION, GOT US INTO A BOGGUS WAR WERE HIM AND HIS CRON IES HAVE STOLEN BILLIONS OF DOLLARS AT THE EXPENSE OF THE BLOOD OF OUR TROOPS AND IRAQUIS, THE TERRORIST WHO DID 9/11, THE HEAD OF THE LARGEST HEROIN CARTEL IN THE WORLD, AND THE GRANDSON OF ALISTER CROWLEY...

I GUESS YOU MUST BE A REPUBLICAN.

Andrea Torres

Thank you for reading the Crime Scene blog. I am not a Republican. The intent of this blog entry is not political.

wasting my time

"His buddy Al Gore recently faced a sexual misconduct scandal of his own. But he will probably be smiling brightly in wedding pictures after news that Portland Police Bureau recommended the district attorney drop sexual assault charges against him. "

It wasn't a scandal.

Andrea Torres

Thank you for your feedback. I deleted that.

charley 2na

"Those who would trade freedom for security deserve neither freedom nor security"

Benjamin Franklin

Carrey

Arrest On a Wedding?
Very tight security I can see.

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