There are 17 empty Republican slots for Cuyahoga County common pleas judgeships 17 civil rights-minded American attorneys could have sought

CLEVELAND, OH – I was stunned when I voted for myself for Congress in the 11th Congressional District and saw that 17 Republican attorneys had not filed for one of 17 court of common pleas judgeships for this year’s primary election.  It means 17 Democrats on the other side of the ballot will have no Republican opponent in November.  The filing deadline for Independent candidacies is May 2. The salary of a court of common pleas judge is $155,000 anually.  A municipal court judge earns $146,000.  Terms are six years.  Democratic Cuyahoga County Prosecuting Attorney Michael O’Malley, again, has no…

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Judge Larry Jones’ sudden death four weeks after he received the CoVid injection is being investigated by Cuyahoga County’s medical examiner

CLEVELAND, OH – As a 68-year-old man with known heart disease and a pacemaker installed in his body, the late Judge Larry Jones’ cause of death would be normally listed as “natural.” Jones was golfing in Florida with his wife and Clerk of Court Earle B. Turner when he died.   It was their golf party’s turn to tee up.  He hadn’t answered his wife’s calls.  Turner went to the room to get him and found Jones to be unresponsive.  Florida EMS workers said his pacemaker wasn’t firing. Jones was the third Cuyahoga County judge to die within 9 days.  Leading…

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Larry Jones becomes the 3rd Covid shot taking judge to die within 9 days as Sheehan and Early threaten healthy employees with termination for not taking the injections they prescribed

CLEVELAND, OH – News that Eighth District Court of Appeals Judge Larry Jones died without warning within 9 days of the deaths of two other judges has their colleagues in Cuyahoga and Cleveland courts quietly fearful that their rush to be injected with an unproven concoction of “immune stimulating” ingredients could make them next. Judge Nancy McDonnell died on September 28 at 62.  She was already living with an immune system weakened by the multiple ailments, surgeries and medications she was prescribed from lung transplants.  Judge Joseph Russo died unexpectedly at the age of 59 on October 2.  He was reported…

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Brandon King has debate opponent who humiliated him arrested, jailed and instructs cops not to let him make bond on his word only that he was “assaulted”

CLEVELAND, OH – Richmond Heights resident Brandon King lost a mayoral debate miserably to a first time candidate with a lengthy criminal record who simply outclassed and outknowledged him with every response.  “Name-dropping” King was humiliated in front of an audience of supporters to a repentant ex-offender who made the mayor and his two ex-offending brothers look more like a criminal than he’d ever been.  He even made the mayor’s master’s degree in business look like nothing than just a piece of paper since King’s never been hired by a major corporation or government agency to use it. According to…

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Beaten attorney Heather McCollough “retires” 4 weeks after Judge Dawson confirms arrests like Basheer Jones’ disappeared between police and prosecutor’s office without a court hearing

CLEVELAND, OH – In a letter dated July 2, 2021 troubled attorney Heather McCollough advised attorney Willa Hemmons that she was “retiring” effective July 2, 2021.  McCullough wrote that she’d like to wait and return to the administration within two months; and hoped the city of East Cleveland had benefitted from her presence in her request to work as a “double dipper.” At the bottom of McCollough’s letter below her signature were the words “Attorney for Defendant City of East Cleveland.”  McCollough hadn’t bothered to remove the words that gave her correspondence the appearance of being the signatory page on…

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Gowdy encourages Americans stopped, arrested and pursued by uncertified East Cleveland cops to use council’s “impersonation” ordinance to file criminal charges against them with Judge Dawson

Council vice president Juanita Gowdy started asking the hard questions about contracts, police warrantless pursuits the media calls high speed chases and Brandon King's spending as soon as she joined council on January 1, 2020.

CLEVELAND, OH – People who are detained, pursued, ticketed or arrested by individuals discharging police duties in East Cleveland should be using Ordinance Number 525.03 Council Vice President Juanita Gowdy, Councilman Nathaniel Martin and Council President Korean Stevenson enacted to validate their credentials.   State laws instruct police that if their appointing authority hasn’t ensured they’ve received state approved retraining, annually, by December 15th; they are to “cease discharging the duties of a law enforcement officer and wearing a weapon” on December 31st. The ordinance is captioned the Tamia Chapmann Act and amends the city’s “impersonation of a law enforcement officer”…

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