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.
Mary Kellett is going to escape justice. Are you going to let that happen or are you going to take a stand against prosecutorial misconduct and men’s lives being treated like meat in a slaughterhouse? Vladek Filler and every other man who has been thrown into the judicial grinder needs you to give a shit. Remember when you see another man cut down, it means you’re next.
Mary Kellett, the corrupt prosecutor in Maine, may still escape justice. AVfM has received word that a backroom deal has been struck for Kellett. With little advance notice, a hearing for Kellett was scheduled for the morning of Monday, July 15th in Portland, Maine. The system is protecting one of its own at the expense of men like Vladek Filler and we need your help.
The wheels of justice, or as the case may be, injustice, continue to turn slowly in the case of Vladek Filler, which is now a case of prosecutorial malfeasance against Mary Kellett, which has been referred to the State Supreme Court of Maine for action. Paul Elam gives an overview of the cases history, as well as a message to the Supreme Court of Maine.