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Friday, June 29, 2012

Rep. Tierney brother-in-law says Tierney sat with bookies in Fenway Park but Tierney denies it

He knew everything that was going on in my family for years,” Eremian told the Herald. “He sat with bookies in Fenway Park [map].”" (Tierney denies this). "The solon’s name is John Tierney, but his constituents on the North Shore know him simply as “Pockets,” on account of his exalted ethical status. Yesterday, outside a federal courtroom in Boston, Pockets was verbally excoriated by a crook who also happens to be his brother-in-law.

This doesn’t happen very often, a racketeer putting the blast on a politician. Professional courtesy and all that.

But Daniel Eremian, age 62, is under a lot of pressure. This morning, he begins a three-year bit for racketeering, conspiracy and illegal gaming. An admitted alcoholic, he also had to forfeit $7.7 million in ill-gotten gains.

His sister, Patrice Tierney, also known as Mrs. Pockets, has already done a month in Club Fed. She handled $8 million for Dan and her other brother, Robert, who remains on the lam in a sunny place for shady people.

The very ethical Rep. Pockets has claimed he knew absolutely nothing about the $8 million flowing through his bank account. He and Patrice have a “21st century marriage,” he explained.

For two years, Dan Eremian dummied up. He wouldn’t tell you if your coat was on fire. Think omerta — silence. But yesterday, outside the courtroom, he told the Herald about his brother-in-law, the extinguished, I mean distinguished, statesman.

Lemme tell you something about Tierney,” the raspy-voiced hood began. “He’s the biggest liar in the world. ...”...

But Tierney to this day sticks to his Sgt. Schultz defense. He knows nothing. His brother-in-law begs to disagree.

He knew everything that was going on in my family for years,” Eremian told the Herald. “He sat with bookies in Fenway Park [map].”

Oh really? Anyone we know?"...

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