- J.A.I.L. News Journal Los Angeles - January 24, 2001 ____________________________________________________ Listen to HotSeat4Judges daily on Internet RadioMessage 1 of 1 , Jan 25, 2001View Source
J.A.I.L. News Journal
Los Angeles - January 24, 2001
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Judges Say Colleague Took 400 Sick Days, Appeared Well
Courts: He reportedly attended medical school in the Caribbean during some of his time off. A state panel is considering disciplinary measures.
* Let us not forget that judges are seldom, if at all, prosecuted for misconduct or wrong doing. It is embarrassment for which judges are prosecuted. The system is forced to "cut its loses" to spare the embarrassment. The system just could not survive in an atmosphere of honest judges, so they look to the judges cover for government wrongdoing to maintain their survival, and in return, the system provides cover for all judges. It is a secret sweetheart deal at the expense of our country, our Constitution, and We, the People.Judge Patrick B. Murphy crossed over the line and embarrassed the judicial system, and for that he must pay as the sacrificial lamb. But who knows, after being dismissed, he may thereafter receive a sizable bonus and a vacation trip to Dominica. What do I say this? Consider Judge Patrick Henry who was continually transferred around the County of Los Angeles to out skirt county courthouses, and finally was of such an embarrassment everywhere he was transferred to that the Commission on Judicial Performance was forced to come down on him. To get away from the hammer, he agreed to an unrevokable retirement from the County of Los Angeles, and was publicly thrown out the front door in disgrace, only to be secretly hired in the back door of the same county with a raise to defend wayward judges like himself. When I called the county on this outrage, County Counsel defended the county's action by saying he was doing a good job of defending the judges of Los Angeles.There is a saying, "Fool me once, shame on you, but fool me twice, shame on me. Mock disciplinary proceedings against judges are taking place regularly. Haven't we learned our lesson yet? It's time for JAIL.-Ron
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