Mary Kellett. Her name has become synonymous corrupt legal witch hunts and now she wants to make it allowable by law.
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There is an election upcoming in Ellsworth, Maine, the site of so much interest to the issues faced by men in a legal system gone wrong. Whether you live there or not, you can help.
The Vladek Filler case was just one of many possible ethical breaches by Mary Kellett. Henry Ross has the details of some of the others, and a call to action. What, you thought we were done with these people?
Mary Kellett is suspended then gets her suspension suspended. Justice Gorman has essentially cleared Kellett of all charges and Kellett’s only punishment was to say (paraphrased) “I’m sorry, I won’t do it again. Promise.” Before the decision was handed down Filler gave a moving statement about how Kellett’s criminal actions have permanently damaged his and his children’s lives. After the judgement Kellett was unavailable for comment.
If you’re still trying to put together what the Mary Kellett/Vladek Filler saga is all about, and why you should be in Portland Maine on Monday July 15 if you can be, Girl Writes What has an article that lays out in written form, in very plain and understandable language, what’s happening. It’s a text version of a recent video she did, which is great for those of you who prefer to read–or want something you can search and reference.
Girl Writes What[GWW] offers a searing critique of the corrupt and out-of-control Maine Prosecutor Mary Kellett that will burn your ears and light a fire under your ass. Maybe if we had more women like GWW in the judicial system–who are capable of seeing injustice and calling it out–we wouldn’t have so many men being thrown into the family court abattoir. Sit back and enjoy the GWW burn.
The day is nearing when prosecutor Mary Kellett will possibly face the music for her conduct in the case she prosecuted against Vladek Filler. And as it unfolds it reveals a much more widespread problem of false allegations and the corrupt court officials that pursue them. Robert Franklin reports.
Michelle Sayasane had marital problems stemming from a husband who suffered from PTSD. She wanted to get him help, for her marriage and for her children. But Mary Kellett wanted another conviction and another check from VAWA.
By the time you read this Vladek Filler will be at the gates of Mary Kellett’s jail, or on the other side with the doors slammed shut. And it begs the question…what are you doing about it?
Mary Kellett has been recommended by the Maine Bar Council for disciplinary action. This comming from a report on the Fathers and Families website posted yesterday.