Wednesday, August 5, 2009

Senator Debbie Stabenow's Husband Admits To Sex With Alleged Prostitute Alycia Martin

The husband of U.S. Sen. Debbie Stabenow told police he paid a prostitute $150 for sex at a hotel, according to a police report.
Thomas Athans, 46, co-founder of the liberal TalkUSA Radio network, was stopped by police who were investigating prostitution at the hotel, according to a police report obtained Wednesday by The Associated Press under the state Freedom of Information Act. FULL STORY

John Conyers' wife accused of taking city property

Monica Conyers, wife of Rep. John Conyers (D-Mich.) and former president pro tem of the Detroit City Council, has been accused of taking more than $21,000 in city-owned electronics from her office upon resigning in late June.

According to a memo sent to council members from City Council President Kenneth Cockrel Jr., an inventory done on the vacated office showed 29 items missing, including eight laptop computers, two digital cameras, two printers / copy machines, a camcorder, computer software and several other items.

The items range from a nearly-$4,000 Mac laptop to a $25 leather carrying case.

A spokesman for John Conyers said he was unaware of the report and would not offer comment until reviewing the situation.

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Bungalow Bill said...

Maybe it's her husband paying to join the mile high club that's she's mistaking for global warming.

Christopher said...

I was very upset a while ago to find out that US Senator Debbie Stabenow husband got caught in a prostitution sting, and then got away with the crime with no charges filed and no citations issued. Who cares if he's the husband of a Senator no one is above the law and when it comes to anyone who commit crimes whether you are a common person or a high profile person the law is the law and if you commit the crime, then you deserve to do the time. Period!