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Yep PeacefulCat, you’re definitely right about the judges. In fact the corrupt judges should be the top priority because they wield the most power. But because of that power and because of constituents and governing bodies often covering for them, bringing a corrupt judge to justice will practically always prove to be an epic battle. For instance an undeniably criminally-corrupt Florida judge (and former prosecutor) by the name of David P. Kreider has been under fire for months. The judge and his co-conspirators are in serious trouble and during recent months desperate measures have been taken by the judge and various parties allied with him. As evidence of how serious this battle for justice has been I’ll inform you that subsequent to this battle the Chief Judge has resigned from her post. It was announced yesterday (04/09/2012) that Martha Lott had resigned from her post as Chief Judge of Florida’s 8th Judicial Circuit. She has been replaced by Robert Roundtree Jr. For more information take a look at the following url:
For the record,everything stated here is 100% true and corroborated by two reports and extensive irrefutable evidence that is in the possession of agencies. Some of those agencies are within Florida’s 8th Judicial Circuit (within the circuit included in those entities that are in possession of the aforementioned reports and evidence are the Chief Judge’s office and the State Attorney’s Office Chief Investigator Spencer Mann).
Apr 10, 2012