Seattle municipal judge accused of violating judicial ethics

Seattle municipal judge accused of violating judicial ethics

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THE THE CITY’S THE CITY’S CRIME THE CITY’S CRIME STATISTICS THE CITY’S CRIME STATISTICS AND THE CITY’S CRIME STATISTICS AND
HAD THE CITY’S CRIME STATISTICS AND
HAD QUESTIONS THE CITY’S CRIME STATISTICS AND
HAD QUESTIONS AND THE CITY’S CRIME STATISTICS AND
HAD QUESTIONS AND CONCERNS HAD QUESTIONS AND CONCERNS HAD QUESTIONS AND CONCERNS
HEARD. HEARD. HEARD.
>>>HEARD.
>>>SEATTLE’S HEARD.
>>>SEATTLE’S CITY HEARD.
>>>SEATTLE’S CITY ATTORNEY HEARD.
>>>SEATTLE’S CITY ATTORNEY AND>>>SEATTLE’S CITY ATTORNEY AND>>>SEATTLE’S CITY ATTORNEY AND
TOP>>>SEATTLE’S CITY ATTORNEY AND
TOP PUBLIC>>>SEATTLE’S CITY ATTORNEY AND
TOP PUBLIC DEFENDER>>>SEATTLE’S CITY ATTORNEY AND
TOP PUBLIC DEFENDER ARE>>>SEATTLE’S CITY ATTORNEY AND
TOP PUBLIC DEFENDER ARE TALKING TOP PUBLIC DEFENDER ARE TALKING TOP PUBLIC DEFENDER ARE TALKING
ABOUT TOP PUBLIC DEFENDER ARE TALKING
ABOUT ACCUSATIONS TOP PUBLIC DEFENDER ARE TALKING
ABOUT ACCUSATIONS AGAINST TOP PUBLIC DEFENDER ARE TALKING
ABOUT ACCUSATIONS AGAINST THE ABOUT ACCUSATIONS AGAINST THE ABOUT ACCUSATIONS AGAINST THE
MUNICIPAL ABOUT ACCUSATIONS AGAINST THE
MUNICIPAL COURT ABOUT ACCUSATIONS AGAINST THE
MUNICIPAL COURT JUDGE. MUNICIPAL COURT JUDGE. MUNICIPAL COURT JUDGE.
PETE MUNICIPAL COURT JUDGE.
PETE HOLMES MUNICIPAL COURT JUDGE.
PETE HOLMES AND MUNICIPAL COURT JUDGE.
PETE HOLMES AND ANITA PETE HOLMES AND ANITA PETE HOLMES AND ANITA
KHANDELWAL PETE HOLMES AND ANITA
KHANDELWAL S.N.P.J. KHANDELWAL S.N.P.J. KHANDELWAL S.N.P.J.
ED KHANDELWAL S.N.P.J.
ED McKENNA KHANDELWAL S.N.P.J.
ED McKENNA HAS KHANDELWAL S.N.P.J.
ED McKENNA HAS VIOLATED ED McKENNA HAS VIOLATED ED McKENNA HAS VIOLATED
JUDICIAL ED McKENNA HAS VIOLATED
JUDICIAL ETHICS ED McKENNA HAS VIOLATED
JUDICIAL ETHICS ARE ED McKENNA HAS VIOLATED
JUDICIAL ETHICS ARE ASKING ED McKENNA HAS VIOLATED
JUDICIAL ETHICS ARE ASKING HIM JUDICIAL ETHICS ARE ASKING HIM JUDICIAL ETHICS ARE ASKING HIM
TO JUDICIAL ETHICS ARE ASKING HIM
TO STEP JUDICIAL ETHICS ARE ASKING HIM
TO STEP ASIDE. TO STEP ASIDE. TO STEP ASIDE.
IN TO STEP ASIDE.
IN A TO STEP ASIDE.
IN A PUBLIC TO STEP ASIDE.
IN A PUBLIC LETTER TO STEP ASIDE.
IN A PUBLIC LETTER THEY TO STEP ASIDE.
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CASE IN A PUBLIC LETTER THEY CITE A
CASE WHERE IN A PUBLIC LETTER THEY CITE A
CASE WHERE THE IN A PUBLIC LETTER THEY CITE A
CASE WHERE THE JUDGE IN A PUBLIC LETTER THEY CITE A
CASE WHERE THE JUDGE ISSUED IN A PUBLIC LETTER THEY CITE A
CASE WHERE THE JUDGE ISSUED A CASE WHERE THE JUDGE ISSUED A CASE WHERE THE JUDGE ISSUED A
364 CASE WHERE THE JUDGE ISSUED A
364 DAY CASE WHERE THE JUDGE ISSUED A
364 DAY SENTENCE CASE WHERE THE JUDGE ISSUED A
364 DAY SENTENCE AFTER CASE WHERE THE JUDGE ISSUED A
364 DAY SENTENCE AFTER THE CASE WHERE THE JUDGE ISSUED A
364 DAY SENTENCE AFTER THE CITY 364 DAY SENTENCE AFTER THE CITY 364 DAY SENTENCE AFTER THE CITY
ATTORNEY 364 DAY SENTENCE AFTER THE CITY
ATTORNEY AND 364 DAY SENTENCE AFTER THE CITY
ATTORNEY AND DEFENSE 364 DAY SENTENCE AFTER THE CITY
ATTORNEY AND DEFENSE ATTORNEY ATTORNEY AND DEFENSE ATTORNEY ATTORNEY AND DEFENSE ATTORNEY
RECOMMENDED ATTORNEY AND DEFENSE ATTORNEY
RECOMMENDED A ATTORNEY AND DEFENSE ATTORNEY
RECOMMENDED A MUCH ATTORNEY AND DEFENSE ATTORNEY
RECOMMENDED A MUCH LESSER RECOMMENDED A MUCH LESSER RECOMMENDED A MUCH LESSER
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>>NOT TO RECOMMEND SENTENCE.
>>NOT TO RECOMMEND THE SENTENCE.
>>NOT TO RECOMMEND THE MAXIMUM>>NOT TO RECOMMEND THE MAXIMUM>>NOT TO RECOMMEND THE MAXIMUM
SENTENCE>>NOT TO RECOMMEND THE MAXIMUM
SENTENCE TO>>NOT TO RECOMMEND THE MAXIMUM
SENTENCE TO RECOGNIZE>>NOT TO RECOMMEND THE MAXIMUM
SENTENCE TO RECOGNIZE OUR>>NOT TO RECOMMEND THE MAXIMUM
SENTENCE TO RECOGNIZE OUR ROLE SENTENCE TO RECOGNIZE OUR ROLE SENTENCE TO RECOGNIZE OUR ROLE
AS SENTENCE TO RECOGNIZE OUR ROLE
AS OFFICERS SENTENCE TO RECOGNIZE OUR ROLE
AS OFFICERS OF SENTENCE TO RECOGNIZE OUR ROLE
AS OFFICERS OF THE SENTENCE TO RECOGNIZE OUR ROLE
AS OFFICERS OF THE COURT SENTENCE TO RECOGNIZE OUR ROLE
AS OFFICERS OF THE COURT AND AS OFFICERS OF THE COURT AND AS OFFICERS OF THE COURT AND
RECOMMEND AS OFFICERS OF THE COURT AND
RECOMMEND THE AS OFFICERS OF THE COURT AND
RECOMMEND THE SENTENCE AS OFFICERS OF THE COURT AND
RECOMMEND THE SENTENCE THAT AS OFFICERS OF THE COURT AND
RECOMMEND THE SENTENCE THAT WE RECOMMEND THE SENTENCE THAT WE RECOMMEND THE SENTENCE THAT WE
THINK RECOMMEND THE SENTENCE THAT WE
THINK IS RECOMMEND THE SENTENCE THAT WE
THINK IS APPROPRIATE RECOMMEND THE SENTENCE THAT WE
THINK IS APPROPRIATE AS RECOMMEND THE SENTENCE THAT WE
THINK IS APPROPRIATE AS A RECOMMEND THE SENTENCE THAT WE
THINK IS APPROPRIATE AS A FINAL THINK IS APPROPRIATE AS A FINAL THINK IS APPROPRIATE AS A FINAL
SENTENCE. SENTENCE. SENTENCE.
>>SENTENCE.
>>THERE SENTENCE.
>>THERE IS SENTENCE.
>>THERE IS RARELY SENTENCE.
>>THERE IS RARELY ANY SENTENCE.
>>THERE IS RARELY ANY MEDIA>>THERE IS RARELY ANY MEDIA>>THERE IS RARELY ANY MEDIA
AND>>THERE IS RARELY ANY MEDIA
AND THERE’S>>THERE IS RARELY ANY MEDIA
AND THERE’S MEDIA>>THERE IS RARELY ANY MEDIA
AND THERE’S MEDIA THAT>>THERE IS RARELY ANY MEDIA
AND THERE’S MEDIA THAT DAY. AND THERE’S MEDIA THAT DAY. AND THERE’S MEDIA THAT DAY.
THERE’S AND THERE’S MEDIA THAT DAY.
THERE’S REALLY AND THERE’S MEDIA THAT DAY.
THERE’S REALLY A AND THERE’S MEDIA THAT DAY.
THERE’S REALLY A PUBLIC THERE’S REALLY A PUBLIC THERE’S REALLY A PUBLIC
SPECTATOR THERE’S REALLY A PUBLIC
SPECTATOR AND THERE’S REALLY A PUBLIC
SPECTATOR AND THERE’S THERE’S REALLY A PUBLIC
SPECTATOR AND THERE’S A THERE’S REALLY A PUBLIC
SPECTATOR AND THERE’S A PUBLIC SPECTATOR AND THERE’S A PUBLIC SPECTATOR AND THERE’S A PUBLIC
SPECTATOR SPECTATOR AND THERE’S A PUBLIC
SPECTATOR THAT SPECTATOR AND THERE’S A PUBLIC
SPECTATOR THAT DAY. SPECTATOR THAT DAY. SPECTATOR THAT DAY.
IT SPECTATOR THAT DAY.
IT IS SPECTATOR THAT DAY.
IT IS HARD SPECTATOR THAT DAY.
IT IS HARD NOT SPECTATOR THAT DAY.
IT IS HARD NOT TO SPECTATOR THAT DAY.
IT IS HARD NOT TO BELIEVE SPECTATOR THAT DAY.
IT IS HARD NOT TO BELIEVE THAT IT IS HARD NOT TO BELIEVE THAT IT IS HARD NOT TO BELIEVE THAT
WASN’T IT IS HARD NOT TO BELIEVE THAT
WASN’T PLAYING IT IS HARD NOT TO BELIEVE THAT
WASN’T PLAYING TO IT IS HARD NOT TO BELIEVE THAT
WASN’T PLAYING TO THE IT IS HARD NOT TO BELIEVE THAT
WASN’T PLAYING TO THE CAMERAS. WASN’T PLAYING TO THE CAMERAS. WASN’T PLAYING TO THE CAMERAS.
>>WASN’T PLAYING TO THE CAMERAS.
>>FOR WASN’T PLAYING TO THE CAMERAS.
>>FOR ME WASN’T PLAYING TO THE CAMERAS.
>>FOR ME THIS WASN’T PLAYING TO THE CAMERAS.
>>FOR ME THIS IS WASN’T PLAYING TO THE CAMERAS.
>>FOR ME THIS IS ABOUT WASN’T PLAYING TO THE CAMERAS.
>>FOR ME THIS IS ABOUT THE>>FOR ME THIS IS ABOUT THE>>FOR ME THIS IS ABOUT THE
INTEGRITY>>FOR ME THIS IS ABOUT THE
INTEGRITY OF>>FOR ME THIS IS ABOUT THE
INTEGRITY OF THE>>FOR ME THIS IS ABOUT THE
INTEGRITY OF THE JUDICIAL INTEGRITY OF THE JUDICIAL INTEGRITY OF THE JUDICIAL
SYSTEM INTEGRITY OF THE JUDICIAL
SYSTEM FIRST INTEGRITY OF THE JUDICIAL
SYSTEM FIRST AND INTEGRITY OF THE JUDICIAL
SYSTEM FIRST AND FOREMOST. SYSTEM FIRST AND FOREMOST. SYSTEM FIRST AND FOREMOST.
>>SYSTEM FIRST AND FOREMOST.
>>JUDGE SYSTEM FIRST AND FOREMOST.
>>JUDGE McKENNA SYSTEM FIRST AND FOREMOST.
>>JUDGE McKENNA ISSUED SYSTEM FIRST AND FOREMOST.
>>JUDGE McKENNA ISSUED A>>JUDGE McKENNA ISSUED A>>JUDGE McKENNA ISSUED A
LETTER>>JUDGE McKENNA ISSUED A
LETTER TODAY>>JUDGE McKENNA ISSUED A
LETTER TODAY SAYING>>JUDGE McKENNA ISSUED A
LETTER TODAY SAYING “I>>JUDGE McKENNA ISSUED A
LETTER TODAY SAYING “I AM LETTER TODAY SAYING “I AM LETTER TODAY SAYING “I AM
DECLINING LETTER TODAY SAYING “I AM
DECLINING YOUR LETTER TODAY SAYING “I AM
DECLINING YOUR SUGGESTION LETTER TODAY SAYING “I AM
DECLINING YOUR SUGGESTION TO DECLINING YOUR SUGGESTION TO DECLINING YOUR SUGGESTION TO
STEP DECLINING YOUR SUGGESTION TO
STEP ASIDE DECLINING YOUR SUGGESTION TO
STEP ASIDE AS DECLINING YOUR SUGGESTION TO
STEP ASIDE AS CITY DECLINING YOUR SUGGESTION TO
STEP ASIDE AS CITY IN DECLINING YOUR SUGGESTION TO
STEP ASIDE AS CITY IN THE DECLINING YOUR SUGGESTION TO
STEP ASIDE AS CITY IN THE CIVIL STEP ASIDE AS CITY IN THE CIVIL STEP ASIDE AS CITY IN THE CIVIL
COURTS STEP ASIDE AS CITY IN THE CIVIL
COURTS PRESIDING

4 thoughts on “Seattle municipal judge accused of violating judicial ethics

  • B uppy Post author

    What was the crime? Who is pandering to thd media now???

  • DenmarkRadar Post author

    These people are showing an absolute disregard for the safety and well-being of law-abiding citizens of Seattle. I'd recommend removing and barring them from any public office.
    The judge should be given a commendation and promotion.

  • sevenzdown Post author

    Violent physical attacks on random, unsuspecting citizens, should be an automatic ticket to jail, even for a 1st time offender.Β  I wouldn't live in a community that thinks that isΒ a 'slap on the wrist' offense.

  • S Barger Post author

    The woman is a nut. She owns fault in the attack on the baby. Get theses insane leftist commies out of all leadership positions

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