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A Great View Of Where Alabama Supreme Court Justice Roy Moore's Robe Has Cut The Oxygen Off To His Brain

Rickey Stokes

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Posted by: RStokes
Date: Mar 19 2013 11:35 PM

NOTE:   In another article I made the comment that apparently the black robe worn by Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore has cut off the oxygen to his brain and killed some brain cells.

Case in point:  Does the Alabama Judicial Canon of Ethics not state that a Judge cannot comment on cases before him? Are there not issues before the Alabama Supreme Court concerning electronic bingo before the Alabama Supreme Court? In fact, there is still an issue pending concerning Houston County/Country Crossings and orders concerning now retired Thirty Third Judicial Circuit Judge P.B. McLaughlin. Those issues stayed by the court several years ago have yet to be resolved.

The following is an article in Tuesday's Montgomery Advertiser in an article written by Sebastian Kitchen.

Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore applauded Attorney General Luther Strange on Monday for his fight against gambling and also said the court system has lost 498 employees since 2001 and would lose an additional 300 in Bentley’s proposed budget.

Moore, speaking to the Montgomery Rotary Club, said Strange “has done an excellent job” trying to enforce gambling laws in Alabama.

Moore, like Strange a Republican, said that gambling has been an issue since he first arrived on the court in 2001 for his first term as chief justice.

Strange has sought to shut down gambling operations with so-called electronic bingo in the state through raids.

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QUESTION:  Am I just stupid or does that not give a great idea of how fair and impartial the Alabama Supreme Court is in deciding issue before them? Does this really give you confidence in the Alabama Supreme Court being fair and impartial, reading the testimony taken in trial court, and deciding on the "rule of law"?

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