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Bar Harbor Maine prosecutor faces disbarment for prosecuting innocent men for rape

August 26, 2011


Written by Robert O’Hara

Contact: Paul Elam, A Voice for Men
P.O. Box301172

Bar Harbor Maine prosecutor faces disbarment for prosecuting innocent men for rape

A Bar Harbor Maine prosecutor faces historic proceedings after the state Board of Overseers of the Bar Counsel issues a rare recommendation of finding probable cause of prosecutorial misconduct following a 7 month long investigation.  Assistant district attorney Mary N. Kellett has been accused of prosecuting dozens of men for sex crimes even when evidence of their innocence was established.  Several prosecuted men were accused by their wives or girlfriends in the course of their divorce or child custody disputes.  The complaints investigated by the Bar Counsel Scott Davis cited witness and evidence tampering and presentation of false facts and evidence before the Court by prosecutor Mary N. Kellett.

The misconduct first came to light in the case of Vladek Filler, a husband accused of sexual misconduct by his estranged wife during their divorce and child custody battle in the Bar Harbor area[1].  Filler won and maintained sole custody of his children during two criminal prosecutions for spousal rape and the prosecutor’s appeal to the Supreme Court[2].

Renowned private investigator TJ Ward of the Natalie Halloway Aruba case conducted a two year investigation of the Filler rape case and called it a “fabrication,” publicly criticizing prosecutor Mary Kellett’s conduct[3].  The Maine Supreme Judicial Court followed with a decision noting prosecutor’s misconduct in the case[4], and numerous complaints to the State of Maine’s Board of Overseers of the Bar followed[5].

The Filler case shed light on numerous prosecutions of innocent men[6] in this small New England community which have been dubbed “The modern day Salem witch trials”[7].  Even on the eve of Board of Overseers Commission meeting concerning prosecutor Mary Kellett’s misconduct, new charges surface of witness tampering and misinforming the Court.  The misconduct resulted in a mistrial and in the office of Attorney General’s office publicly pointing at prosecutor Mary Kellett[8].  A Voice for Men, an advocacy organization, is calling for disbarment of attorney Mary Kellett by the Board of Overseers of the Bar, and for her immediate suspension in the interim by the Hancock County District Attorney Carletta Bassano.

For more information contact Paul Elam of A Voice for Men at

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6 Responses to Bar Harbor Maine prosecutor faces disbarment for prosecuting innocent men for rape

  1. Mike povich on December 3, 2011 at 8:17 PM

    Theyre alllll fucking assholes and that's why I left that crooked ass state and never once looked back or gone back since!!!

  2. Will_Wallace_LA on August 31, 2011 at 9:55 PM

    Godspeed with that disbarment. Unholy bitch.

  3. lightonfirez on August 28, 2011 at 10:57 AM

    Fuck that cunt:

  4. Masculist Man on August 28, 2011 at 10:28 AM

    I would love to see Kellett in a prison cell.

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