Well than, I would highly suggest that you instruct your client to re-evaluate the circumstances that brought her to me court.
1. Re-Evaluate the false police report, and the lack of its chain of custody, and the crimes committed in using the fraudulent police letterhead.
2. I would suggest that in private you two come to terms on the fraudulent evidence, and the theft.
3. I would suggest that we throw this particular victim back in the ocean, and that she drops her claims this week.... Let her deal with this case in civil, as it should have been before I willfully mislabeled the evidence you submitted.
4. I would suggest that if she does not, KARMA's a bitch, and her career will be over.
Judge Howard Coates.GIF (44.52 KiB) Viewed 1595 times
Dr. Tjeerd Andringa of the University of Groningen suggested: "one of the reasons for the intimate association of the power elite with child abuse is that they use it to maintain their, somewhat hidden, 'kakistocracy': government by the worst and most evil people; a highly capable brand of psychopaths if you like."
Elite psychopaths, he explains, require a supply of ruthless power hungry individuals with a deep understanding of how the world works. Such depth of understanding often gives people wisdom and a sense of responsibility. Those people are of no use to a kakistocracy, it needs individuals with that depth of understanding combined with an utter ruthlessness and the capacity to appear respectable. Elite child abuse networks are one channel to find such people.
Postby Kakistocracy Kourt » Thu May 18, 2017 3:26 pm
What fills me with doubt and dismay is the degradation of the moral tone. Is it or is it not a result of democracy? Is ours a “government of the people, by the people, for the people,” or a Kakistocracy, rather for the benefit of knaves at the cost of fools?