Municipal Court Judge Dawn Segal and Common Pleas Court Judge Angeles Roca
The culture of political corruption within the Democratic Party began decades ago in the early 60’s with LBJ’s “Great Society” and continued unabridged through the years with a laundry list of scandals beginning with the drowning death of a young campaign worker named Mary Jo Kopechne in 1969 on Chappaquiddick Island, at the hands of then Massachusetts Senator Ted Kennedy, who simply walked away from the accident and allowed Kopechne to die an agonizing death hours later.
Then there are former President Bill Clinton’s sexual escapades with a young intern in the Oval Office and his subsequent false testimony to both a federal judge and to Congress, which resulted in his impeachment.
Fast forward to the Obama years where the climate of corruption has continued unabated with perhaps the biggest Ponzi scam within the annals of American politics, “ObamaCare” right up to and including Hillary Clinton’s email debacle and attempted cover-up of thousands of “top secret” and “classified” emails which were incompetently mishandled, causing perhaps one of the biggest breaches to our national security interests, moreover without anyone ever going to prison.
By comparison what took place recently in a Pennsylvania court-house seems almost inconsequential.
According to local news reports, two judges were removed from office for “case-fixing schemes.”
The two, of course, are Democrats, which simply continues the long seedy and seamy legacy of the Democratic Party.
The official decree stated, “The Pennsylvania Court of Judicial Discipline ruled on Friday that Municipal Court Judge Dawn Segal and Common Pleas Court Judge Angeles Roca be removed from office for their involvement in separate case-fixing schemes.”
In October, a tax case involving Roca’s son came before Municipal Court Judge Segal in which Judge Roca unethically intervened reaching out indirectly to another judge on her son’s behalf, who in turn contacted Judge Segal, who then reversed herself and issued a ruling favorable to Roca’s son.
It has been reported that: “Roca and Segal, both Democrats, had been on unpaid suspension. If the rulings stand, they would be ineligible to hold judicial office in the future.”
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