“Mickey Loomis” Source Fired By Saints Back in 2007

Fox8Live.com has an interesting piece on the latest saga surrounding the Saints, and it involves GM Mickey Loomis, and an electrical worker that reportedly had something to do with wiring the box to listen to the visiting coaches.

Multiple sources, including those close to the Saints and the Superdome, tell FOX 8 News a former sound and electrical worker for the Saints, Tim Landry, is the initial source who told ESPN’s John Barr that Mickey Loomis’ Superdome box had been secretly re-wired to listen in on visiting teams’ coaching staffs.

We went by three homes owned by Landry or his wife on the North Shore — he was never there. When reached by phone, Landry told us he had no comment, saying, “There’s nothing to say about it… keep me out of it.” Sources say ESPN’s investigation of the Saints started with phone calls from reporter John Barr to a number of people with current and former ties to the Saints.

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One Response to ““Mickey Loomis” Source Fired By Saints Back in 2007”

  1. boom says:

    when wvue says “sources,” they probably mean their fucking boss, benson