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October 29, 2020


Woman accused of impersonating prosecutor, dropping criminal charges against herself

(Thanks to roughly 13 million people)


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I like to think of being one's own prosecutor as a way of introducing financial cost reductions instead of, well, fraud.

When I see everything else she's accused of, I'm not amused. Or surprised.


I have a feeling she would have passed that competency exam with flying colors. I'm not sure how some of the other court officials would do on the same test.

NMUA is onto something. Think of the savings to the taxpayers. Why, she could even run for office on that issue. So she really would be ready for Washington.

"If Trump can pardon himself, why not me?"

She should gone for a plea deal.

I assume that when we defund the police we can defund the criminal courts. She will win her case !

Solid legal strategy.

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