Thursday, December 25, 2008

Paid 6 figures in tax dollars to lie and officially kidnap kids?

Well, in the case of Connecticut DCF Attorney you can pretend you are someone else, forge a document, and act completely unethically and keep your $105,000/year job.

The story of Maureen Duggan found on [OpEd News], posted today.

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What about arrests and prison for behavior like this?:

Attorney, prosecutorial, judicial, official, and police misconduct is an "art form" in the state of Connecticut and too many other states. There are two classes of people. Those that get taxed, arrested, and live in a "State of Fear" and there are those who run the "State of Fear" with immunity from arrest and prosecution, what US Constitution?

MAUREEN DUGGAN, right, addresses the committee reviewing misconduct charges against her related to a fraudulent letter she wrote in 2004 while a staff lawyer with the State Ethics Commission. The letter led to the firing of ethics chief Alan S. Plofsky. Her lawyer, Hope Seeley, is at left. (BOB MACDONNELL / HARTFORD COURANT / November 5, 2008)

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[click here] for pictures and video of the Bill Cosby, Hartford Capitol, Connecticut appearance on the subject of Fatherlessness for the legislative hearing, Fatherhood Task Force.

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Wife stabs husband, gets custody of children

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Justice and Political Influence is For Sale

A blowjob, car crash, politically powerful man dead, and alleged police/court tampering, skewed investigations, and harassment allegedly orchestrated out of a governor's office. ...

The most recent Heather Specyalski saga: [click here] for below post

Police Report Recounts 15-Year-Old's Final Hours

Heather Specyalski, Laurie Latourelle
(HARTFORD COURANT / April 29, 2004)
In this 2004 file photo, Heather Specyalski, left, laughs with her friend Laurie Latourelle after a jury found Specyalski not guilty of felony charges in connection with the death of her boyfriend Neil Esposito in a 1999 crash.

By STEVEN GOODE | The Hartford Courant
December 23, 2008

Fifteen-year-old Brandon Specyalski spent the last hours of his life at home in Ashford drinking beer, downing shots of vodka and snorting ground-up morphine tablets he had taken from his mother, according to friends interviewed by police. [more]

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My continuing thoughts on the US Prison "System"

Self-fulfilling prophecies, an Inmate's version of the holidays, and Prison Rape?

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