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Post by Gnarly Goat » Thu Aug 14, 2014 2:50 pm

P&E Non Stop Coverage Continues and this is permitted for reprinting, see below:The Post & Email has recently learned of a corruption case in Tipton County in which prospective jurors are alleged to have lied in order serve on the jury with the intent of finding him guilty. In 2007, Mike Parsons had run for county executive against Jeff Huffman, whose acquaintance had arrived on Parsons’ property and, unprovoked, shot and killed one of his dogs who did not pose a threat to him. As did Fitzpatrick with Pettway, Parsons attempted to conduct a citizen’s arrest of the shooter, which began a downward spiral of retaliation by sheriff’s deputies, a compromised judge, and [highlight]malfeasant defense attorneys[/highlight].So there is more than one in TN?


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Post by nbc » Fri Aug 15, 2014 1:25 am

More stupidityMike Parsons, 52, was found to be in compliance with state law and Tipton County Animal Control regulations, but he was arrested at 444 Hughes Road in Brighton for being a felon in possession of a firearm.Investigators and detectives recovered a Remington 700 .308 rifle with scope, a loaded Smith and Wesson 357 revolver, magazines for an AR-15, over 850 rounds of ammunition for various calibers of weapons including .22, .308 and 357, and a bayonet for an AR-And yet he blames others?... Sharon again, got what she deserved, a fool



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Post by Notorial Dissent » Fri Aug 15, 2014 8:24 am

OK, little point of information here. A wolf hybrid IS NOT a dog. In most cases they are more wolf than dog, and considerably more unstable. We have cases around here periodically, or at least did for quite a while until they made illegal to own without a special license where someone's "pet" got out and attached either people or other animals always with a bad result. I would not be happy seeing ANY large dog charging at me and even less so if I knew it was a wolf hybrid. I suspect from what was said and not said that Parson was pretty well known locally, and probably not well liked, as he seems to be of the chip on the shoulder "I'm not going to let you interfere with MY rights" sort of guy. They are always so much fun to deal with, and the fact that the police when they showed up arrested him makes me think it even more so.I would say this one is definitely in the same vein as Fitzfundfilcer, only actually inclined towards violence, and probably bullying as well. Nice of him to provide evidence of his actions to the court, much like Walt now that I think of it.


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Post by nbc » Fri Aug 15, 2014 11:25 am

I would say this one is definitely in the same vein as Fitzfundfilcer, only actually inclined towards violence, and probably bullying as well. Nice of him to provide evidence of his actions to the court, much like Walt now that I think of it.Both like to record their actions and interactions and are surprised that this is subsequently used against them in a court of law. Then they argue minor issues while avoiding the overall issue. In Parson's case, the issue is not so much the dogs but rather the citizen's arrest and the threats made to those he tried to arrest. The Jury found that the evidence supported some of the charges and the appeal's court concurred. The presence of a third party who was held at bay by Parson only served to make it simpler for the jury to convict. The court on appeal was not impressed by Parson's behavior after the incident either. It's never wise to represent yourself in a trial...



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Post by Notorial Dissent » Fri Aug 15, 2014 11:36 am

It's never wise to represent yourself in a trial...Particularly not when you're a total ass to begin with, and then go in to overdrive for the spectators.I'm still not sure about the kidnapping charge, as in why they filed it, or why the jury didn't go for it, but the threatening an otherwise innocent by stander off the property, not the smartest thing he could have done, but then the smart thing would have just been to have called the cops and gotten himself arrested for having a dangerous dog at large, but no, he had to add all sorts of major things to it and get himself a 7 year sentence, sounds like sovcit logic to me.


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Post by nbc » Fri Aug 15, 2014 2:36 pm

The Post & Email has recently learned of a corruption case in Tipton County in which prospective jurors are alleged to have lied in order serve on the jury with the intent of finding him guilty. In 2007, Mike Parsons had run for county executive against Jeff Huffman, whose acquaintance had arrived on Parsons’ property and, unprovoked, shot and killed one of his dogs who did not pose a threat to him. As did Fitzpatrick with Pettway, Parsons attempted to conduct a citizen’s arrest of the shooter, which began a downward spiral of retaliation by sheriff’s deputies, a compromised judge, and malfeasant defense attorneys.Read the Appeal's Court alternative interpretation of the facts. As with Fitzpatrick, the jury rejected his arguments and found him guilty on some of the charges.[/break1]tba2.org/tba_files/TCCA/2011/parsonsm_121611.pdf]http://www.tba2.org/tba_files/TCCA/2011 ... 121611.pdfWhile Parson may insist that the dog posed no threat to the party involved, Parson's claims were not accepted by the Jury, and worse, Parson's response, which he taped himself, showed how he threatened deadly force against the shooter and someone who joined the scene later.Parson's responses were the beginning of the downward spiral and his claims that it were the judges or defense attorneys etc indicates that he still has not fully grasped the seriousness of his responses.the CourtThe victims in this case were threatened with serious bodily injury. The defendant put a weapon to the head of the victims, told them he would kill them if they did not do as he demanded.The courtThe defendant acted out of anger. The jury heard the actual tape recording of the incident itself. The defendant acted with the belief he could do whatever he wanted. The jury accredited the testimony of the victims, that the wolf was charging and that Mr. Laxton was justified in his actionsNick King had done nothing toward the defendant. He was working and minding his own business, yet [the Defendant] placed a gun on him, threatened him, and continues to express that everyone else is in the wrong and that he acted appropriately.Despite what the defendant alleges, there are not substantial grounds, in this Court’s opinion, to excuse or justify his conduct..The court document makes for an interesting read and shows how Parson, like Fitzpatrick, made poor choices that led to a downward spiral. No need to invent conspiracies of judges etc...I wonder if the reporter has done her homework in these cases?



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Post by nbc » Fri Aug 15, 2014 2:37 pm

It's never wise to represent yourself in a trial...Particularly not when you're a total ass to begin with, and then go in to overdrive for the spectators.I'm still not sure about the kidnapping charge, as in why they filed it, or why the jury didn't go for it, but the threatening an otherwise innocent by stander off the property, not the smartest thing he could have done, but then the smart thing would have just been to have called the cops and gotten himself arrested for having a dangerous dog at large, but no, he had to add all sorts of major things to it and get himself a 7 year sentence, sounds like sovcit logic to me.Well, the kidnapping charges were rejected by the Jury. As the Appeal's Judge observed however, Parsons made some pretty strong threats against these two people and he had left his own property and was thus no longer under covered by the 'stand your ground' statute.I fully understand that Parsons must have been furious and quite upset that one of his dogs had been shot. He claims that the dog never attacked, however that is of minor relevance to the indictments and the jury appears to not have found this to be relevant enough to warrant Parsons' response.Interesting that he did record the audio and that the audio was recovered and used in the trial. Even if he did not hold a gun against their heads or even if he never approached to close distance, the statements heard on the tape sound quite damaging to Parsons' case. Instead, he focuses on some minor issues and ignores his own response to the situation. The Appeal's judge draws similar conclusions and is not impressed with Parsons' behavior before and during trial.I see no evidence of any conspiracy... But Parsons believes that by serving a lawsuit against a judge he can force the judge to recuse himself. Parsons made some very poor decisions and he is now suffering the consequences. His most recent interactions with the law involved his ownership of firearms even though he is disqualified from such because of his prior conviction.Again, a personal choice, a poor one but still a choice he made.... I also noted that some articles mention that his ranch is part of the "sacred" grounds of some tribe and covered by a treaty with the US. What's that about?...Armed officers demanded to enter the Nemenhah Sacred Ground property which by treaty with the US Government is off limits to government employees under most circumstances.According to Mrs. Parsons, Tipton County deputies and under cover police demanded to enter the farm threatening to crash through the farm gate. According to Mrs. Parsons, Mike Parsons parked his vehicle in front of his farm gate, police seized his car keys, moved his car out of their way, and trespassed onto the Parson’s farm.[/break1]libertyroundtable.com/2014/02/12/police-raid-farm-mike-parsons-radio-broadcaster-commercial-pilot-and-farmer-arrested-by-tipton-county-tennessee-sheriffs-office/]http://www.libertyroundtable.com/2014/0 ... fs-office/



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Mike tried to argue that the judge in his "election fraud" case should have recused himself





10. THE TRIAL COURT ERRORED BY PRESIDING OVER THIS CASE WHEREAS THE JUDGE HAD A VESTED INTEREST IN THE OUTCOME. The Judge presiding over Plaintiff’s challenge to the election was himself on the ballot of said election. In the event the Judges ruling is overturned, he would be on the ballot of the new election and another candidate could pose a challenge.


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Mr. Parsons also contends that the trial judge should not have presided over the case because the judge “was himself on the ballot of said election,” and if a new election were held, “a write-in candidate could pose a challenge.” Again, Mr. Parsons cites no authority regarding this issue. Mr. Parsons apparently assumes that if his election contest was successful, a new election would have been held as to all officials elected on August 3. We will not address this argument, as the only suggestion that the trial judge was in fact elected on August 3 comes from Mr. Parsons’s brief on appeal. Facts recited in a party’s brief, but not included in the record on appeal, will not be


considered by this Court. DuBose v. Parker, No. W2005-01320-CCA-R3-HC, 2005 WL 3384723, at *4 (Tenn. Crim. App. Dec. 9, 2005) (citing State v. Seyler, No. 01C01-9801-CR-00050, 1999 WL 357348, at *3 n. 3 (Tenn. Crim. App. June 4, 1999); Tenn. R. App. P. 24(b)). The record does not disclose any facts regarding this issue, as Mr. Parsons did not raise an objection to the trial judge presiding over the case. “An objection to a judge’s competence cannot be made for the first time on appeal.” Dupuis v. Hand, 814 S.W.2d 340, 342 (Tenn. 1991); see also Obion County v. Coulter, 153 Tenn. 469, 284 S.W. 372, 374-75 (1924) (“The incompetency or disqualification of a judge . is waived in civil cases by failure to make the objection in limine on the hearing, and the parties are conclusively presumed to have consented to his presiding at the trial.”) Recusal motions must be filed promptly after the facts forming the basis for the motion become known, and the failure to assert them in a timely manner results in a waiver of a party’s right to question a judge’s impartiality. Kinard v. Kinard, 986 S.W.2d 220, 228 (Tenn. Ct. App. 1998). Courts frown upon the manipulation of the impartiality issue to gain procedural advantage and will not permit litigants to refrain from asserting grounds for disqualification in order to experiment with the court, and raise the objection later when the result of the trial is unfavorable. Id. (citing Holmes v. Eason, 76 Tenn. (8 Lea) 754, 757 (1882); Gotwald v. Gotwald, 768 S.W.2d 689, 694 (Tenn. Ct. App. 1988)).



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Post by Notorial Dissent » Fri Aug 15, 2014 7:18 pm

Basically, he's innocent and the whole world is out to get him, otherwise he'd have won that election and so on and so forth.He's probably right in that most of the people who've had to interact with him DON'T like him for good and obvious reasons.


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Post by mimi » Mon Aug 18, 2014 1:20 pm

You're allowed to have 70 wolf-hybrids in Tennessee? [/break1]wmcactionnews5.com/story/24698388/felon-found-with-70-wolf-hybrids-and-other-animals-arrested-for-weapons]http://www.wmcactionnews5.com/story/246 ... or-weaponsThat's crazy.I read just a bit of that pdf link from nbc, and it's a doozy. [/break1]tba2.org/tba_files/TCCA/2011/parsonsm_121611.pdf]http://www.tba2.org/tba_files/TCCA/2011 ... 121611.pdf



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Post by ArthurWankspittle » Tue Aug 19, 2014 4:08 am

You're allowed to have 70 wolf-hybrids in Tennessee? I'm more worried that someone has to look after them for him. "Could you just pop round my place and feed the dogs? They may be a bit hungry." Riigghht! 70 Wolf hybrids that haven't been fed for a day or two. No problem.


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Post by mmmirele » Sun Sep 03, 2017 3:50 pm

We've talked about Mike Parsons before. He wanted to kidnap a judge and a sheriff, he also slipped his monitoring bracelet and flew from Tennessee to Nebraska:

http://www.thefogbow.com/forum/viewtopi ... ns#p903853

His wife, Patricia, has pled guilty to one count of aiding and abetting Mike's attempt to kidnap a judge and sheriff.

Here's the DOJ press release:
Tennessee Woman Pleads Guilty to Aiding and Abetting an Attempt to Kidnap Judge and Sheriff in One-Count Criminal Information

Memphis, TN – Patricia Parsons, 49, of Brighton, Tennessee, pleaded guilty to a one-count criminal information charging her with aiding and abetting solicitation to commit kidnapping. Lawrence J. Laurenzi, Acting U.S. Attorney for the Western District of Tennessee, announced the guilty plea today.

According to the facts revealed during the plea hearing and alleged in the criminal information, from February 2017 through May 2017, Parsons conspired with Suzanne Holland, a self-appointed Chief Justice of the Universal Supreme Court of the Tsilhqot’in Nation in Canada, to kidnap a Tipton County judge and a Nebraska sheriff.

On January 10, 2017, Michael Parsons (the defendant’s husband) was scheduled to appear in state court in Tipton County, Tennessee on two counts of being a felon in possession of a firearm. Mr. Parsons did not show up for court, removed his ankle monitor and fled the jurisdiction. Two days later, he was located and arrested in a small airport in Arapahoe, Nebraska after flying himself there in a plane.

On February 16, 2017, FBI New Orleans received information that Suzanne Holland, self-appointed Chief Justice of the Universal Supreme Court of the Tsilhqot’in Nation in Canada, was attempting to hire a bounty hunter to kidnap Sheriff Kurt Kapperman of Furnas County, Nebraska and Judge Joseph Walker of Tipton County, Tennessee and to break Mr. Parsons out of jail. Ms. Holland contacted an FBI Confidential Source in New Orleans, Louisiana and solicited the source to execute what were purported to be duly-issued "arrest warrants" for the sheriff and judge issued by the Tsilhqot’in Nation. Holland emailed "arrest warrants" to the source along with an "order to release Michael Parsons from jail." Further investigation revealed that the Tsilhqot’in Nation was a Sovereign Citizen group located on an Indian reservation in British Columbia, Canada.

On February 17, 2017, Ms. Holland provided a telephone number for the source to facilitate further discussions. FBI Memphis determined this number to be that of Mr. Parsons’ wife, defendant Patricia Parsons.

Based on initial telephone conversations, Ms. Holland and the source agreed to draft a contract, signed by both parties, describing duties and payments. A final negotiated price of $250,000 was agreed upon for the arrest of the sheriff and judge and the facilitating release of Mike Parsons from jail. Mike Parsons was described as an Associate Justice of the Tshilhqot’in Nation.

On February 23, 2017, the source and Ms. Holland agreed on an initial payment of $5,000 to begin arranging all travel and other details related to the operation. Holland told the source that Patricia Parsons would have the money and be available to meet in Memphis. On March 6, 2017, the source advised Holland that a business associate would meet Patricia Parsons to coordinate the payment. An amended contract was drawn up and signed by both parties. The source then contacted Patricia Parsons to discuss the transaction.

On March 3, 2017, Ms. Holland requested the source to accept a Corvette in lieu of the $5,000 payment. The Corvette was owned by the Parsons and located on Patricia Parsons’ property in Brighton, Tennessee. In telephone conversations, Patricia Parsons advised that the Corvette had some problems but was worth approximately $7,000. Three days later, during a series of phone calls, the source advised the defendant that an associate was traveling to the Parson’s property to complete the payment transaction.

Further the source explained to Parsons what the overall operation would entail, including: selling the vehicle to help fund the operation; breaking Mr. Parsons out of jail; kidnapping the Tennessee judge (who was scheduled to preside over her husband’s impending trial) and the Nebraska sheriff; using the plane to transport the abducted individuals to Holland in Canada; and using 30 operatives divided into two teams to accomplish these objectives.

During these calls, defendant Parsons advised that her phone was tapped by the FBI and agreed to call the source on another phone. The defendant called on a different line and indicated that she was ok with the source taking the vehicle and using the plane in Nebraska "as long as the FBI don’t come knockin at my door again." The source explained that the operatives would need to go to Canada because "once we kidnap a judge and a sheriff, our heads are gonna be on the choppin block… and once we do what we gotta do we can never come back." After these discussions, the defendant agreed to meet one of the operatives to complete payment transaction.

On March 6, 2017, an undercover FBI employee posing as an associate of the source exchanged phone calls with the defendant and subsequently met at her residence in Brighton, Tennessee to obtain the Corvette. Due to the fact that the Corvette was inaccessible at the resident, the defendant agreed to provide the associate a 1991 Ford Ranger truck as the down payment for the operation. Parsons could not find the title but signed a note transferring ownership of the vehicle and gave the associate keys to the truck.

Between March 11 and March 15, 2017, the associate made three separate telephone calls to Parsons in order to gain further information on Tipton County Judge Joseph Walker. The associated asked about an address and photo of the judge’s house. The defendant responded that she did not know the specific address but that the judge’s name was "Joseph Walker III" and advised that he was located in Ripley, Tennessee in Lauderdale County. She also agreed to find out more information on the judge. On another call, the defendant advised the associate about a Ripley P.O. Box for the judge and stated he presided over courts in Tipton, Lauderdale, Hardeman, Fayette and one other county. At no time did Parsons attempt to notify any authorities of the impending plot to kidnap a sheriff and judge and free Mr. Parsons’ from jail.

Parsons faces a maximum penalty of 20 years’ imprisonment, a $125,000 fine and five years of supervised release. Sentencing is scheduled for December 1, 2017, before United States District Judge Sheryl H. Lipman.

This case was investigated by the FBI. Assistant U.S. Attorney Stephen Hall is prosecuting this case on the government’s behalf.
https://www.justice.gov/usao-wdtn/pr/te ... heriff-one

It sounds like Mike Parsons' trial is still to come.



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Post by Northland10 » Sun Sep 03, 2017 5:13 pm

mmmirele wrote:We've talked about Mike Parsons before. He wanted to kidnap a judge and a sheriff, he also slipped his monitoring bracelet and flew from Tennessee to Nebraska:

http://www.thefogbow.com/forum/viewtopi ... ns#p903853

His wife, Patricia, has pled guilty to one count of aiding and abetting Mike's attempt to kidnap a judge and sheriff.
In the earlier post, I did not find anything about the original felony case. Here is the Tennessee Appeals court opinion.

http://law.justia.com/cases/tennessee/c ... r3-cd.html

Spoiler alert... he's a jerk and he lost.


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Post by Northland10 » Sun Sep 03, 2017 5:23 pm

I guess I should check the P&E thread for stuff on Parsons. Rharon did a write-up on him a couple years ago.

http://www.thepostemail.com/2015/03/17/ ... e-parsons/

Spoiler alert, Tennessee is corrupt.


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Post by Northland10 » Sun Sep 03, 2017 5:34 pm

mmmirele wrote:It sounds like Mike Parsons' trial is still to come.
He was recently sentenced for skipping but it sounds like he still has the felon in possession counts.
On Friday, both Mike Parsons and his wife, Pat, made headlines as he was sentenced in Tipton County Circuit Court and she pleaded guilty to attempting to kidnap a local judge and Nebraska sheriff.

Following his conviction last month for failing to appear for a January court date, Mike Parsons, of Brighton, was sentenced to three years in prison.

He will serve 35 percent of that and, unless a transfer is made before then, will then be released to the federal authorities for charges of being in possession of a weapon.

As is his modus operandi, Mike represented himself, repeatedly questioned the policies and procedures of the courtroom. Frustrated with a neighbor who spectates at every court appearance, Mike also asked him to get on the stand to testify about anything he wanted to, but the man refused.

http://www.covingtonleader.com/news/pol ... e-nav-prev


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Post by mmmirele » Sun Sep 03, 2017 7:53 pm

Northland10 wrote:I guess I should check the P&E thread for stuff on Parsons. Rharon did a write-up on him a couple years ago.

http://www.thepostemail.com/2015/03/17/ ... e-parsons/

Spoiler alert, Tennessee is corrupt.
Didn't we know that already, from Rharon's rants? :-D



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Post by mmmirele » Fri Sep 08, 2017 10:33 pm

When sovcits go international...

Here's a story about Suzanne Holland, aka Zsuzsanna Hegedus, who was apparently a participant with Mike and Patricia Parsons in the plan to kidnap a judge and sheriff in Nebraska. Unlike the Parsons, she's in jail in British Columbia, where she faces a number of counts of failure to appear and kidnapping a person under the age of 14. She was ordered to stand trial on the latter charge on August 9.

The article gives a bit more detail about the plot to kidnap the judge and sheriff. It is unclear as to whether Holland will be extradited to the US to face charges.

The Tsilhqot'in people want absolutely nothing to do with these whackjobs:
Based in Williams Lake, members of the "sovereign citizens" group have already been called "vexatious" litigants by a number of B.C. judges over the years.

Holland's group has also been disavowed by the Tsilhqot'in National Government, which has written to both provincial and federal ministers to explain the Universal Supreme Court of the Tsilhqot'in group "does not represent or speak for the Tsilhqot'in people," Tsilhqot'in communications manager Graham Gillies said Wednesday.
http://www.princegeorgecitizen.com/news ... 1.22517330



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Post by Notorial Dissent » Sat Sep 09, 2017 9:25 am

FWIW, Suzanne/Zsuzsanna Holland and her ex-husband have quite a track record for vex lit and general all around abuse and harassment using the court system in BC. They both also seem to have a thing for being pretend First Nations and making quite outlandish claims as a result. Both are also equally disliked and repudiated by the very nations they claim to represent. Suzanne Holland, aka Zsuzsanna seems to have, surprise surprise, a "thing" against the BC version of child services. Now where have we seen that before??


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Post by neeneko » Tue Apr 10, 2018 12:31 pm

mmmirele wrote:
Fri Sep 08, 2017 10:33 pm
The Tsilhqot'in people want absolutely nothing to do with these whackjobs:
Based in Williams Lake, members of the "sovereign citizens" group have already been called "vexatious" litigants by a number of B.C. judges over the years.

Holland's group has also been disavowed by the Tsilhqot'in National Government, which has written to both provincial and federal ministers to explain the Universal Supreme Court of the Tsilhqot'in group "does not represent or speak for the Tsilhqot'in people," Tsilhqot'in communications manager Graham Gillies said Wednesday.
Bit of a necro post, but this guy just came up in a channel I follow and I was wondering : does anyone know what their connection to the actual Tsilhqot'in is? Did they just pull a random nation out of a hat? Is there a 'my grandmother was indian' thing going on? Are they actually members of the nation claiming to speak for it? or just a bunch of white nationalists coopting the name?



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Post by Notorial Dissent » Tue Apr 10, 2018 11:15 pm

He and the pretend chief justice got all buddy buddy for some reason, and my suspicion it was the usual buy a pretend tribal membership mutual sovcit cray cray. She just didn't follow though on her promises.


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Post by scirreeve » Fri May 18, 2018 8:21 pm

I was on Rudy's page today - he says Pretend Judge Suzanne's Canada case went to the jury today - he also says more charges have been filed against her but didn't say what they were.



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Post by Notorial Dissent » Sat May 19, 2018 12:01 am

Ah, couldn't happen to a more deserving crazy person, she is crazy and, I think, potentially dangerous. I'm not sure her grasp on reality is too tight, but I also think she is also just being herself. I do wonder what the additional charges were.


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Post by scirreeve » Sat May 19, 2018 12:32 am

Guilty - sentence time served plus 3 years probation. New trial for charges I don't know about May 28. Erin made a thingy about it. IDK if there are any charges or an extradition request in US for the pretend Judge's nonsense in TN and Nebraska - I haven't paid much attention to this nut. Here is Erin's "report".



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Post by Sam the Centipede » Sat May 19, 2018 3:54 am

According to that video report, Sue Holland thinks that the foreman of her jury was "hateful" and "infected" the other jurors with his hatefulness. That appears to me to demonstrate the conspiracy theory element of the typical sovcit mindset: it couldn't be that the jury collectively reached a verdict, oh no, they must have been polluted by an enemy.



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Post by Notorial Dissent » Sat May 19, 2018 4:55 am

I'm curious as to how she came to the conclusion the Forman was "hateful" and "infected". I wonder if one of the lamps told her. she does remind me a lot of HAT now that I see her, that same sincere deranged look.


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