I am, however, resurrecting last years video on Titanic Day as well as the petition that goes with it. On the first drive for Titanic Day we ended up with 218 signatures. I think we can beat that this time.
Tonight we are joined by Robert Franklin of Father’s and Families and Lisa Scott of TABS, two attorney’s with a great deal of expertise in this area of the law.
Tonight at 9:00 p.m. EST US, I will be making another appearance. This time I have been invited to specifically talk about A Voice for Men Radio and avoiceformen.com. It’s also likely we will be discussing the Vladek Filler case, chivalry and other topics now relevant to the mission here.
It is sexual profiling at its most egregious and arguably the most corrosive attack on the 4th and 6th Amendments to the Constitution in American history.
I thought that the propensity for manginosity had a bottom; that a man could only go so far in self denigration and obsequious groveling, at least outside the confines of some comedy routine.
I was left thinking one thing after reading Bill Trotter’s article in the Bangor Daily News.
Not good enough.
From the Bangor Daily News: “Several websites and blogs encourage supporters of Filler’s cause to contact the media and state officials about Filler’s situation and Kellett’s handling of the case. One of the sites is called “A Voice for Men””
Mary Kellett’s professional conduct in this case breeches virtually all canons of legal ethics where it concerns prosecutors, from intentionally misleading jurors to avoiding pretrial discovery to actually asking a law enforcement officer to refuse to comply with a valid subpoena in order to help her conceal exculpatory evidence.
With sincere thanks to Chapin, The Maestro.
Over the course of the past few days I have been made privy to a very large collection of information related to the Vladek Filler case and prosecutor Mary Kellett. This information includes many court documents, rulings, a lengthy legal complaint against Kellett and even email communications relevant to the case. That being said, let […]