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September 06, 2012


David Sibley

Unless the Commission names all the lawyers who supposedly praised his impartiality and knowledge of the law, I don't believe them. Even if it is true, they "cherry picked" lawyers. Their sample was not representative. They know for a fact that very serious allegations of corruption against Judge William Adams where he among other things ignored an outcry of child abuse in fact retaliated because his personal lawyer was one of the abusers (an undisclosed conflict of interest) and he held that it was irrelevant that a child care provider was homicidal, psychotic, etc. (he obstructed discovery on this and then after the facts came to light nevertheless held that this was irrelevant). He is corrupt, and they know it.

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