Wednesday, March 30, 2005

Judicial Oligarchy Watch

We regularly see examples of abusive exercise of judicial power. Here is some more. Steve Dunleavy at the New York Post has a few things to say about has a few things to say about Judge Phyllis Gangel-Jacob.

On her nitwit orders, Shavon Stewart Skinner, 25, a tragic quadriplegic, was removed from her guardian's custody, with the threat of police action if she didn't comply.

Her guardian, her aunt, Cynthia Stewart, 52, said, "She called me dangerous. What kind of judge is this? She is asking for three days evaluation of my baby in New Jersey.

"My sister, Oro, had her for 19 years before she had a heart attack and died."

"If Oro wanted her institutionalized, she would have done it," said distraught Cynthia before her charge was sent away by court order.

"I know what they will try to do. They will try to institutionalize her forever. Sweep her under the carpet. Get rid of her like Terri Schiavo. People do not like people like Shavon around."

Yesterday, Shavon was taken forcibly into a van and she started to cry.
I completely agree with Mr. Dunleavy's conclusion;
Please, Gov. Pataki, you know how to remove this arrogant fool.
This piece of judicial trash needs to be removed, and laws passed that will better enable people to get these decisions overturned.

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