Sunday, March 28, 2021
Wednesday, February 24, 2021
Jeffrey Parker of Rincon Georgia is Sentenced to Six Months in Federal Prison For Making False Statements
Our law enforcement partners work tirelessly to protect the community by solving real crimes, and cases like this only divert time and resources from critical tasks,” said Acting U.S. Attorney Estes. “Jeffrey Parker’s fake complaint needlessly alarmed the victim and health care workers, but his scheme ultimately unraveled under the questioning of a perceptive FBI agent.
Many hours of investigation and resources were wasted determining that Parker's whistleblower complaints were fake, meant to do harm to another citizen,” said Chris Hacker, Special Agent in Charge of FBI Atlanta. “Before he could do more damage, his elaborate scheme was uncovered by a perceptive agent and now he will serve time for his deliberate transgression.
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Fake whistleblower sentenced to federal prison for trying to frame a former acquaintance for violating patient privacy
Sunday, February 14, 2021
Alexandra Murphy, Daughter of New York's Chief Judge Janet DiFiore, Takes Seat as a Judge in the 9th District
DiFiore’s Daughter Secured Judicial Post in Wake of Cuomo Move
When a main opponent was elevated to a judgeship on the Court of Claims, attorney Alexandra Murphy sailed to a state Supreme Court seat in the Hudson Valley, political insiders say.
Thursday, February 4, 2021
|Washington State Supreme Court|
The action by the Washington State Supreme Court in Leishman v Ogden Murphy Wallace that law firms hired by the government are "persons" under the State's anti-SLAPP statute and are immune from retaliatory litigation draws attention once again to the subject of placement of anyone, at any time, and for any reason, above the law.
We should be very careful to not overuse this placement, which allows agencies/groups/law firms who may abuse their obligations and responsibilities to protect the innocent to "get away with the malfeasance".
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State High Court Ruling Gives Law Firms Hired by Government Agencies Immunity
A split Washington state Supreme Court ruled that a government contractor—in this case, a law firm that was hired to perform an independent investigation of the Washington Attorney General’s Office—qualifies as a "person" under the state’s 1989 anti-SLAPP statute and is entitled to civil immunity from retaliatory litigation.
Tuesday, January 12, 2021
|James F. Kobel|