Friday, February 29, 2008

Judges immune from ethics and following rules?

the below [from here]:

AN ACT CONCERNING THE ETHICS CODE FOR GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS.

Excerpt: "... shall not include a member of an advisory board, a judge of any court either elected or appointed ... "

This survey scammed taxpayers and is BS propaganda:


"Public" comments were not made public.

Connecticut Judicial Branch insiders blow the whistle on felonies being committed by higher ups in "the branch":


The Cover Up, the Judicial Branch in Connecticut gives themselves high marks after skewing a survey


The panel was informed of felonies being committed. If the judges and others on the panel were informed of felonies committed and didn't pass of the information to investigating authorities, should all members on the panel be arrested and charged?

Did these members cover up for crimes of others committed while acting officially for the Judicial Branch at taxpayer expense?

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