Wednesday, March 24, 2010

JUDGES; TOTAL CONTEMPT

Image by Eugenio Hansen, OFS

In the UK, on 21 March 2010, in the News of the World, we read that the rent boy judge still gets £2,500 a week

Judge Gerald Price QC allegedly had a relationship with a £250- a-night rent boy.

Reportedly, the judge let the rent boy sit on the bench with him, during court trials.

An inquiry was begun.

Nine months later the inquiry remains "ongoing".

The judge is still receiving his salary.

"Defrauding America" by Rodney Stich details evidence of corrupt judges in the USA. (Rodney Stich: Defrauding America)

A woman judge 'ran a sex ring that killed a boy aged five'

Melchior Wathelet was the top judge who released Marc Dutroux from prison in 1991.

Wathelet was Belgium's judge at the European Court of Justice. (MADELEINE AND DUTROUX LINKS TO GHENT, KORTRIJK AND BRUGES)

"According to a police document from the Dutroux enquiry, obtained by The Sprout, serious allegations about Wathelet’s involvement in paedophilia came to light." (Werkgroep Morkhoven)

According to his ex-wife, a judge gave a child a sexually transmitted disease, viewed child pornography websites and misused transcripts from child abuse cases that he had presided over. (Child abuse cover-up allegations over top policeman who quit ...
)

Former policeman Lenny Harper claims that the island of Jersey’s Attorney-General, William Bailhache, and his office are held in 'total contempt' by victims of child abuse after repeatedly failing to bring offenders to justice. (JERSEY CHILD ABUSE COVER UP; VICTIM SENTENCED)

A little girl called Alicia Owen gave evidence in the Franklin child abuse scandal.

(Reportedly, the Omaha police chief, Robert Wadman, had got her pregnant -Alicia Owen’s brother. Her brother was murdered.)

She named top politicians.

A judge sentenced her to 27 years in jail for perjury. (BOYS TOWN AND THE POPE)

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1 comment:

Marycatherine Barton said...

Thanks for linking to that passage from DEFRAUDING AMERICA. I definitely will read it.

I attended a luncheon of the Indianapolis Bar Association today, and U.S. Judge David Hamilton, Southern District Indiana, announced that the market for attorneys there is the worsTe it has ever been. The law students with whom I spoke are very pessimistic about their chances for employment, and about their high student loan costs they face. And so it goes.

 
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