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has been victimized by Lawyer Governors: Lawyer Judges to the Murder of http://cpljimanderson.blogspot.com/ , Disparagement from the 9th Judicial District as property owners http://sharon4council.blogspot.com/
"In case you didn't know Al Quie might have a vested interest in changing the Minnesota Consititution on behalf of his bad Judicial appointees.
In the 2006 Election, Former Justice Terrance Holter was removed from office, by the voters, in Beltrami County
In the same time frame, Former Justice Holter held another ex parte meeting, against a Native American woman, and wrongfully took her custody of her child and ordered the
Now, if the voters had had their constitutional rights taken from then to remove a judge via the election process, as Al Quie suggests, Former Justice Holter would likely still be enrobed, moving ahead with his ex parte and secret meetings, in violation to the U.S. and Minnesota
It may also be interesting to you to know that Governor Pawlenty's Judicial selection committee had chosen Kristine Kolar as one of the 3 prime candidates for being appointed as a 9th District Court Judicial Judge in Beltrami County, after and regardless of her being involved in the secret meeting in the crimianl case. So you can see the electorate
Exerpt from Bemidji Pioneer October 28, 2006, entitled: "Holter discusses role of Judge at forum"
"In an audience question, Holter was asked if he ever held an "exparte" conversation with an attorney or had been admonished by the district's chief judge for doing so, suggesting it is a violation of judicial cannons for a judge to discuss a case with an attorney without the attorney for the
If any thing, should the Minnesota Constitution need to be changed, it needs to be changed to remove the Governor from doing any appointing of Judicial officers, and all Judical officers need to be elected by the people they serve."
Saturday, February 2, 2008
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