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J. Scott Davis takes a dive for Kellett, provincial cronyism at work in America…

November 7, 2012
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J. Scott Davis takes a dive for Kellett, provincial cronyism at work in America…

NCFM NOTE: This is another installment in the horrific story of a man who refused to be railroaded by our judicial system and feminist jurisprudence. It is a story of  systematic corruption and cronyism. An American story of shame… Please read and help out as the articles author, Paul Elam, requests.   By Paul...
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Vladek Filler faces political imprisonment while persecuting ADA Mary Kellett may go unsanctioned after disciplinary hearing

October 13, 2012
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Vladek Filler faces political imprisonment while persecuting ADA Mary Kellett may go unsanctioned after disciplinary hearing

NCFM NOTE: Despicable cronyism at it’s blatant worse. It’s hard to dig up enough words to describe this sham under the guise of justice. The people of Maine are paying huge salaries for district attorneys to persecute rather than prosecute. Maybe the label “Damn Yankees” is appropriate here. How come the citizens of Maine...
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Posted in Action, Activities, Discrimination Against Males, Domestic Violence Industry, Due Process, Feminist Jurisprudence, Government Programs for Women, Horrible, Paul Elam | 2 Comments »

NCFM helps bring ethic charges against Prosecutor Mary Kellet

April 14, 2012
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NCFM helps bring ethic charges against Prosecutor Mary Kellet

This is HUGE news from Maine re Prosecutor Mary Kellet. Bar Counsel Scott Davis has filed formal ethics charges against Mary Kellett.  This is a very serious and rare action by the Bar Counsel and Board of Overseers. While it is not all we hoped it would be, it is definitely a historic action...
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Posted in Action, Corruption, Discrimination Against Men, Persecution, Progress | 4 Comments »