Kellett’s dominos need to fall

Word has reached editors of AVfM that a plea deal is forthcoming in the case of corrupt Bar Harbor Maine prosecutor Mary Kellett. We are not pleased by this deal and we urge legal authorities in Maine to reject it in favor of a full public airing of the charges against Kellett.

While a guilty plea might bring some small measure of satisfaction to Vladick Filler, we suspect that Kellett’s corruption did not begin and end with his case, and indeed, all of Kellett’s cases, regardless of their outcomes, deserve a full public review, and all the guilty pleas and verdicts obtained during and under Kellett’s tenure as prosecutor should be thrown out.

We understand that, for the legal system in Maine, this would cause an expensive legal nightmare that could drag on for decades. Real justice, however, is not easy or cheap. A corrupt prosecutor can force the innocent to make otherwise unconscionable plea deals. A corrupt prosecutor can obtain faulty and unjust convictions. A lone defendant, facing the awesome power of the state, is in a bad enough situation already without the evil machinations of an evidence-hiding, man-hating ideologue behind the prosecutor’s table.

The legal authorities of Maine have no one to blame except themselves for tolerating Kellett’s antics for so long. The trail of unstable dominos built over the years by Kellett and those in her office need to start falling, and falling hard, on camera and in public, to send a clear message that Justice still matters in a culture that seems increasingly content to blame the innocent for the crimes of others.

Additionally, the people of Maine should demand, as the editors of AVfM do, an additional inquiry into the office of Kellett’s supervisor, District Attorney Carletta Bassano, to determine her degree of complicity in Mary Kellett’s malfeasance. Corruption usually starts at the top, and attempting to shield the District Attorney’s office by cauterizing Kellett’s crimes should be rejected by the people and authorities of Maine.

The world is watching.

[In October of last year JTO madethis impassioned rant and, in response, Suzanne said this:

JtO, thanks for this; it’s perfect.
My suggestion to every person reading this, is to link and/or copy and paste it in an email, or print it as snail mail, and send it to the Maine state legislature.

This site has contact information for every member, including home emails, phone numbers, and addresses.

Open it and spend an hour sending emails.

We here at AVfM are asking you to do just that right now. If you’re in Maine, contact your state legislature, if you’re outside of Maine, Hell, do it too.

And if you can get to Portland Maine, give JTO a shout at:

We’ve managed to push this rock up to the top of the hill and if we manage just one more ounce of effort, it’ll finally be over the crown and then there’s no stopping it. 

Just DO it!–AVfM Editors]

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  • Typhonblue (Asha James)


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  • scatmaster

    Darn, I cancelled a planned vacation for that week to Portland Maine because of what I have read on AVFM. Had free accommodations at the Marriott/Residence Inn by the Waterfront. I wasn’t prepared however to spend a dime in that corrupt state on food, gas, etc. Not a tourist dime. Guess I am going to miss out on the fun. Should I not book a vacation to West Virginia? I was seriously thinking of staying at the Greenbrier Resort but once again after reading about the judiciary on AVFM I won’t be going there either.

    Working on my letter now to email off.

  • Dr. F (Ian Williams)

    A backroom deal has been struck for Mary Kellett and a hearty blow struck for freedom. Hers it now seems.

    What a shock it is to see her rabble hurriedly pitch a tent and bringing in the hand picked kangaroos for the whole team. The legal system holding a ‘conference’ all about how the legal system has held a series ‘conferences’? That’s odder than a Mad Hatter’s tea-party taking place in the kitchen of an insane asylum.

    Geoffrey Lawrence was a Judge during the Nuremberg trials and he said this in 1946 right before the tribunal began.

    “It will be remembered that after the first world war alleged criminals were handed over to be tried by Germany, and what a farce that was! The majority got off and such sentences as were inflicted were derisory and were soon remitted.

    Mr Lawrence warned of getting it wrong and cool heads listened to him and they got it right. We don’t need a retrospective crystal ball to see what would have happened if Germany had hosted those trials and not by four other countries.

    So where are the “four other countries” with the Kellett holocaust?

    Feminists roll their eyes when MHRA’s dare utter the word ‘Nazi’ because for them it’s the purest N word there is. They hiss and bare bloodied fangs at it like like Bella Lugosi’s vampire does to garlic and wooden stakes. Unfortunately, for these persnickety truffle fungi, the truth does not factor in the brittleness of glass ears. (Sorry team Kellett, your pom-pom parade just lost a little bounce in their flounce)

    Will the actors in the Kellett’s Turd-Reich get away with the duplicity and silence of the whole matter? For now, yes, and I see a fire-twirler inside an inflated kid’s plastic castle and she’s asking for another jug of 150 proof schnapps. Something’s going to fall on July 15 at 205 Newbury Street in Portland, and I suspect it will be the knees of Kellett as she genuflects before the higher cupcakes that cut her a muff-pass.

    So whatever happens in Maine will stay in Maine? Umm, that’s a big arsed “no”.

    Justice was there for Simon Wiesenthal and Tuviah Friedman when they watched the gavel come down for Hermann Göring and Wilhelm Frick. So why has it gone for Gordon Smith and Vladek Filler?

    The list of government email address is a gem and I’m starting the list with Brian L. Hubbell in the Bar Harbour district.

  • Astrokid
  • scatmaster

    thanks AK was having trouble slogging through them all.
    this is why I love MRA’s

  • Phil in Utah

    She needs to be Nifonged (yes, that’s a word I made up just now) without delay.

  • Mr. XY

    There needs to be a peaceful protest.

  • Andy Bob

    I am sending this letter to all legislative representatives immediately”

    Dear (fill in name),

    Re: The prosecutorial misconduct of Mary Kellet (Bar Harbor Maine).

    I am writing to voice my shock and concern that Bar Harbor Maine prosecutor, Mary Kellet, will accept a plea bargain in the forthcoming hearing over her prosecutorial misconduct during the trials of Mr. Vladick Filler.

    Ms. Kellet has already pleaded guilty to all nine counts, which included directing police officers to destroy exculpatory evidence which would have proven that Mr. Filler was innocent of the charge of domestic violence against his then wife, Lygia Filler, who was, in fact, mentally disturbed, as well as the actual perpetrator of the violence directed at Mr. Filler, and their children.

    Mary Kellet also lied to the supreme court of Maine in an attempt to mislead them about her unethical, not to mention, illegal, conduct, and further condemn Mr. Filler. The fact that the judicial establishment of Maine does not consider Mary Kellet’s actions worthy of disbarment, and criminal charges, is a stain on the integrity of the legal authorities of the state you have the privilege to represent.

    Mary Kellet is a radical feminist who has zealously targeted innocent men like Vladick Filler and secured a rate of conviction for the crime of domestic violence which is forty times higher than the national average. This disparity raises many questions, especially in light of what we now know of the motives and methods employed by Mary Kellet.

    It is your duty to ask those questions, and demand an enquiry into the convictions secured by Mary Kellet and her office – all of which are now under suspicion of similar misconduct. The case of Vladick Filler is unlikely to be an isolated incident of such prosecutorial corruption.

    Mary Kellet was entrusted with the obligation to uphold the highest standard of prosecutorial conduct and transparency, but chose to wantonly disregard this obligation. Through her office, she proceeded to inflict what amounted to a state-sanctioned campaign of terror and persecution against Vladick Filler, a man with neither the resources, nor the sufficient support network, to mount the defense needed to fight such a powerful and corrupt adversary. The results for him, and his children, have been disastrous.

    For her integral role in this tragedy, Mary Kellet will walk away with barely a slap on the wrist. As an elected legislative representative, it is your responsibility to ask why this has been allowed to happen. I urge you to fulfill your public duty and respect the trust of your electorate by taking whatever action is necessary to ensure that Mary Kellet is punished appropriately for her crimes.

    Yours faithfully,

  • Howard Gordan

    Done. Emailed all on the Hancock list.

  • Andy Bob

    Be prepared for Mary Kellet, aided by the sisterhood, to torture credulity by posturing as a victim who has been unfairly targeted for standing up for women’s rights. That has been the ploy adopted by Julia Gillard’s sob-sisterhood since the ex-Australian prime minister was ousted from office.

    Anne Summers, senior diva of the Australian Misandry Choir, wrote a tear-soaked rant for ‘The Sydney Morning Herald’ in which she accused the Australian people of hounding poor Julia from office through a mixture of “bullying” and “stalking”.


    The feminist narrative is so narrow and predictable that you just know that Ms Summers is going to throw in the wage gap somewhere. Yep. Here it is:
    “And don’t for a moment think if you are a woman and upset that you, say, get paid 17.5 per cent less than the man you work alongside or you’ve been denied promotion blah, blah, blah…”

    Let’s not forget sexual harassment. Poor Julia. How did she manage to pass all that misandric legislation with the nation’s collective hand down her cleavage? Mary Kellet’s prosecutorial misconduct will be spun into a tale about stalking, sexual harassment and the wage gap. She may even accuse Vladick Filler himself of being her stalker.