Max Mosley and Richard Mellon Scaife Get Poetic Justice
Dickie Mellon Scaife
Max Mosley, Dickie's Twin?
Richard Mellon Scaife
Here's something to be thankful for today on Thanksgiving. Richard "Dickie" Mellon Scaife is being sued for divorce by his second wife Ritchie after a detective she hired discovered that Dickie was a regular in Room #5 at Doug's (seedy rooms by the hour) Motel with a hooker. And it gets even better--Dickie neglected to get a pre-nuptial agreement to protect his $billion + assets.
You may recall that Dickie was behind the investigations attempting to dig up dirt on the Clintons in Arkansas. You might say he has now been impaled on his own sword! Forgive my schadenfreude as a former appointee in the Clinton administration. Here's a link to a recent Washington Post article with all the details of Dickie's downfall.
Dickie Scaife Dunks Dickie
Mosley in Sex Dungeon
Max Moseley Exposed as Sado-masochist
"We're going to get Clinton" Scaife
"The Man Behind the Mask" Salon
Who is Richard Mellon Scaife?
What Happened at the Orgies??
- Mosley: what happened at the orgies - Times Online
A “sick Nazi orgy” or a “commonplace” sadomasochistic session? Those were the different interpretations which opposing lawyers put on the role-play enacted in the Chelsea flat rented by Max Mosley - although both
7-25-08 Judge Rules Mosley's Privacy Violated by "The News of the World" John Burns in the NY Times
- Max Collects $120,000 plus legal costs of $850,000
In a ruling with potentially wide implications for freedom of the press in the UK a Judge ruled that a tabloid breached the privacy of Max Mosley, overseer of gran prix motor racing, by claiming he engaged in a sadomasochistic orgy with a Nazi theme.
7-8-08 Mosley Lawsuit Against The News of the World
6-1-08 Mosley Asked to Quit Formula One Job
- 6- 3-08 Max Moseley Allowed to Keep Grand Prix Job Despite Scandal
Despite the scandal over his participation in a video-taped sex orgy with 5 prostitutes, Max Moseley, the overseer of grand prix motor racing, won a vote of confidence on Tuesday to keep his job.